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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 February 1852

VOL 2—NO. 94. f lIITDAILY DISPATCH. =ZT S COWARDIN. Proprietor. ..nil! K. I LKAWANTH, Editor. TERMS - —£0 .Ml I 1 •q**re t 1 tnonth 00 i mw , r ' n ; ( r» do a mon«h. ?oo * 2° VdoWi d " a »<» i d 0 '? ~ k 1:511 do 6 do 18 00 1 do iw«* d 0 , y ,. ar 30 00 1 rar Communication, are charged at the same «.irrrtißo!TionU. . n nake a ">"V ; lo ", grr ■* in exact pn.port.on, and payable inad- "££- tdvcrtisetnentt Inserted once a week, twice **V or three times » week. «"ll barged V) • 7 r -he tirst insertion, aud .VT* cents tor each tents u> notice, inserted for 25 cent. ; Fu- W ■'_ $ cents , Death., without obituary or ggrn: nout' ° *- , f "Tuily Z\lriTCM" is .erred to .übscriber. jr o"i«<,»*' ur crn " r* r r< a \J2* 3 ' R -° £rrier weeify. Price for mailing, 64 a yearm ad ftcct*. _ — the weekly dispatch . sfced every Friday morning, and mailed • r P ov £,«!. x vk.k To CI.V.S for 65 .ixco- ISL for 610 thirteen copiea; tor 615 twenty co p 'f >r gOP twenty-seven copier .., i...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. 0T Til ADVlßTlMHß—Tbxlroaaia Of tin Disratch is THUS ri**a m large m that of any other Daily paper i» the city of HthnMßt. It ts tn<rr*fbne t mtly luperlor to anf ofear M • ••diurn ->f *dv<Tti«lßf. RICHMOND. TA.i Friday .Morning, Febrssry 6, 18S*. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH is issued this morning. It coniains "The Convict's Bride" and ** A Curious Page of Family His tory two most interesting afories; the full and thrilling details of the loss of the steamer Amazou, with which one hundred and fifteen human beings perished ; Poetry, including the piteous and teurful story of "Phmbe Broun and Reuben H'ritrh;" amusing and interesting selection*; news from all quarters; interest ing Californian intelligence ; interesting letters from New York and Washington ; the defence of Consul Hodge and Captain Long, in the matter of the caprices of Kossuth ; Legisla tive proceedings; Editorials, including a notice ol Lieut. Maury's interesting letter on the trade of the Southwe...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 February 1852

THE latest news. *RRIV AT OF fSTEAMim NIAGARA. Three Days I.Wr Fr»i Rarepe. Promulgation of the St* French Con*t\t*tion Some of its Detail* —National Guard* pithanded—Mort French Victim if*. Halifax, l>ec. 4.—The steamer Niagara, which wiled from Liverpool on the 17th ult., hound for New York, put in here this morn ing short of coal, having experienced a suc tion of heavy storms thioughout her pas- Mie sailed for New York at 4 o'clock this afternoon, having obtained a sufficiency of coal. FRANCE. It is announced that the Constitution will be promulgated between the loth and 20th, to al low'time for the publication of the most im plant organic law*. The Moniieur publishes the new Constitu tion. As indicated in the proclamation, the President is to be the responsible Governor for , en \ears. Justice is to be dispensed in his ns'iie. H" h-«s the initiation of all laws, and the right of pardoning—commands the land find ttie sea forces —declares war and makes j re aties —appoints nil ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. miCHMOND MARKETS. for the wttk ending ThurtHaf Evening, Feb. 5. friitrtTLLV r>Aß*«Awn 1 BACON is in good demand. Virginia cured, hog round, 10| eta; prime Western and Baltimore Sides 9} to 10 eta; Shoulders 9 to 9J ; Hams 10} «o 111. BUTTER—Firkin 10 •16 eU. per lb. Fresh Roll 10• 25eta. Goahen, in kegs, 13 to 19 eta. BEESWAX—22 • 23 eta. per lb.—with small re -Cttpta, no change. COTTON AND COTTON VARNB.—The trade la Cotton here is limited. The quotations are 7} a 8 eta. Cotton Yarns 17 cts per lb. COFFEE-Old Java 11} to 12}; Laguayra9to9Jc; Bio £} a 9} cents ; Cape 8} a 9 cts; Manilla 12}. CANDLES—TaIIow 10} a 11}; Hull's patent 13; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22} a 27j. Jackson's patent 12}. COAL—IO cents on board for good mixed, fine and lump; Bto 9 cents for blacksmith's coal. CORN—6O to 65 cents per bushel of 56 lba. for old and new. CORN MEAL—7S to 80 cents per bushel. FLOUR—Last sales of Scottsville and Richmond, at $4} to *4} —with light recei...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 February 1852

VOL 2-NO. 95. XHITTVA 11 - V DISPATCH. A COWARDIN, Pioprletor. HHJII B. rLEA»AXTB», Editor. r*-JH TKKMS OF ADVERTISING. . .mi.w 1 insertion #0 50 I 1 square 1 month W 00 | square, 073 1 do 2 mon'hs 700 I *> V do 1 W 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 2° ; week 17511 do « do 1600 1 j ' week* 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 fp Communications are chargad at the same maktatqnar*; longer ad inexart proportion, and payable mad advertisement* Inserted once a week,twice r? o times * week. wiU be .harmed W ,; >r the first insertion, and .?7j cents lor each ■°raf* M«niage notice* inserted for 25 cent.; Fu fn.'uces 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or Jn-ifH. invitation, 124 cents. rt', lUTLV DisrATCH" is served to subscriber* „<J a rent* V<r weir payable to the »«rHer w<*kly. Vrier for mailing, S4 a year in ad ftflce. _______ the weekly dispatch .. pub Ashed every Friday morning and mailed for oxk dom.ab A vkak ToCi.VBB. for to .isco oJes for #10 thirteen copirt; tor $15 twenty co pV«' i>r *t y°n...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tr TO of the Dispatch U thui trnn m large as that of Mt other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It I. therefore greatly superior to any other at a Medium of *iiv<?rti«iag. RICHMOND. TA.t Hawriay Morning, February 7, 1832. BT See Flrat Page for Llat'of |I<ettera, Correspondence of the Dispateh, Arc. 'SEVENTH OF FEBRUARY. Upon this iky sixty-five years ago, (1787,) Sheridan delivered, in the House of Commons, before the moat Crowded auditory that had ever assembled within those venerable walls, his celebrated speech in the case of Warren Hast ings. It occupied five hours and a half in the delivery, and is reported by Wraxall, who was a member of the House, to have produced an effect, the like of which had never been wit nessed in that assembly. It received the ex traordinary compliment of having been praised by Burke, Fox, and Pitt, who seemed to vie with each oihei in their expressions of extrava gant admiration. The first declared that it was "the most s...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 February 1852

the latest news. CAPT. JONAS P. LEW. The following ia a copy of tbe letter upon which this gentleman baa been arretted, far ft violation of the law of 1799, Capt. L. is a brother of Cept. Levy of the U. S. Navy, and said to have rendered material aid to Gen. Scott in the disembarkation of the troops at Very Cruz. He commanded a merchant Tea sel there ; Washington-, Nov. 7, 1851. Sik —I have addressed your Excellency sev eral letters since my arrival in the L\ S. from vour city, but sorry to say, have not had the pleasure of a reply to any ot them. 'I'hc main object of this letter is to warn you of the pend ing danger of your government and loss of your territory. The principal object of my visit to this capi tal is to defeat the nefarious plans of Jose de Garav and his companions in the Tehuante pec matter. They are now in this city with the Hon. 0" ! Webster, concocting pfans to make a political question of Tebuantepec for the Whigs, which our party, the Democrats, \» ii! not allow...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Tat* Albatross !—Our readers will remem ber lb* beautiful lines in the Ancient Mariner, where tha AlbajroM in described aa n aort of •ncred OeniuMf the Sea. The fate of the Bird is associated with superstitions of the Bailor, and it usually passes unharmed by the followers of the sen. At Portland, last week, before the Society of Natural Hiatory, Lieut. George H.Preble, of the United States Navy, read a paper prepared for the occasion, on the Wandering Albatross, the Diomtdea Exa lan* of Linneus, giving many particulars of thua species of bird, which are not found in the writings of standard ornithologists. These bird* are found in great numbers •bout Cape Horn and Cape of tiood Hope, and at certain seasons of the year, along the Pacific coast as far North as Bhering's Straits. But a favorite resort seems to be about the gloomy regions of Cape Horn where they are neen hour after hour, and according to Dr. A mutt, sometimes for days together constantly on the wing,...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 February 1852

VOL 2—NO. 96. THE OA 11.V DISPATCH. "jAS A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HCUII u. imTk x-ANTS, Editor. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. , .cuare 1 insertion 60 50 I 1 square, 1 month *4 00 , 75 i do 2mon»h« /00 1 2° V do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 1° 1 week 175 | I do 6 do 16 00 1 j° I aWI 1 <*o 1 year 30 00 1 r?* Commanicntioh* *n< charged at the i«me _rs» s advertisements. "t-L* Ttn ii>tts or make a tqvart: longer ad menu in exact proportion, and payable In ad- Advertisement* inserted onee a week,twice r? k -three times » »eek. orill be .-harmed W for the nist insertion, and .Hi cento tor each notice. inserted for 25 cent.; Fu *f„ ' , •>-, . Death*, without obituary or 12$ cent.. Th All. v Dispatch" is .erred to subscriber, at nr « fiww <■"•» f" _««*, P»y«We to the MTtter weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad vance. . THE WKKKIiY DISPATCH i. imW.hed every Friday morning, and mailed for ONE DOLLAR A.VK AE. To CLUBS, for *> .IX CO nJes for 110 thirteen copie*; for 815 twenty co- P«hi...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ZT TO ADVBMTIBKK».~Tbe«II«aMISi «T the Dispatch ia thui timss aa large u that •T my other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It aa<tt«rriur« greatly superior to aay«rfber aaa Medium of advnrtiaiag. RICHMOUP. TA.t Kcadny Mora lay, Frbraary 9, ISSi. ty See First Page for Proceedinga of the Legislature, Correspondence of the Diapatch, fce. A SCRAP OF HISTORY. The New York Times givea a history of the for under which Capt. Levy stand* indicted, pretty much as follows: During the days of the Directory, in France, that body, as is well known, conceived a vio- lent animosity against the Government of this Ooaotry, partly on account of its refusal to as eist France in her struggle with the Powers of Europe, and partly on account of the treaty concluded with Great Britain, and known as Jay's tresiy. This hostility was still farther increased by the recall of Mr. Monroe, who wen supposed to be favorable to France.— Gerry, Marshall, and Piockney were sent out as envoys...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 February 1852

the latest news. _ - ca 11l I i■. ... ■ LATER FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Steamer Bttropa. Baltimore, Feb. 7. The steamer Europa arrnved thia morn : ng, fc ri,, K ing Liverpooldateato the 24th ofJanua r-v FRANCE. The President has issued a decree of a moat „ rhl!rsr v ch ft racier. It prohibita the Orleana f !v forever hereafter from holding propetty .* t l ,. ince . He daily makes some inroads up on the public liberty. It is rumored that three f versl attempt* have been made to assassi nate him. An officer snapped a pistol in his il-o. ninl the wHe of a prefect attempted to ftab him with u poinard. The Lounciltors of State and Re prfjontativi s, were all arrayed ill brilliant dis tinctive dresses, similar to those worn under ,b« Empire. kngland The English papers evince great trepidation or . snh; 'et of a French invasion, and are tehement in the exhortations to the Govern .,t to rcc.i.l all such ships of war as are not absolutely requited in foreign seas for the pro tection of 0 j...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 February 1852

HE DAILY DISPATCH DON'T RUM IN DEBT Don't ran in debt: —never mind, never mind, ! If thy cloth** ere faded and torn; Fix 'em up, oaake tbi-m do; tt U better by fa-, Than to have the heart weary and worn, Who'll love yon the more for the aet of your hat, Or your ruff, or the tie of your shoe, The shape of your veat. or your boot* or eravat, If they know you're in debt for the new. There's no comfort, I tell you, in walking the street ln|fne clothe*, it you knew you're in debt: And teel that perchance you tome tradesmen may meet, Who will sneer—"they're not paid for yet." Good friends, let me beg of you.don't run in debt, If the chairs and the sofas are old,— They will lit your back better than any new set, Unless they are paid for—with gold; If the house is too small, draw the closer together, Keep it warm with a hearty good will; A big one uupaid for, in all kinds of weather Will send to your warm heait a chili. Don't run in debt—now, dear girls, take a hint, (If the fashions have c...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 10 February 1852

VOL. 2—NO. 97. TH E DAILY DISPATCH. '/AS. A. cowARDIN, Proprietor. Hl*<?H R. ybKAaAWTBrMtW. n.«){ TERMS OK ADVERTISING. . l insertion #0 50 I 1 square, 1 month H 00 \ •***"' I «.* 0751 do 9 months 700 \ f a 3 do ICO 1 do 8 do 10 00 J ao 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 ry ComsnunicatioM are charged at the *ame advertisement*. rv Tti hM * u ** maie * >luart1 uart > longer ad »ertseroent* in exact proportion, and payable in ad **2Sr Advertisements inserted once a week, twice . «£k or three limes * week, wilt be «har*od SO iests for the first insertion, and 574 cent* tor each Man-lag* notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Fu •erfl notice* 25 cent*; Deaths, without obituary or f.j«ra'i invitation, 124 cent*. ... The " Daily Dispatch" is *erved to *übscriber* M sii Bid a quarter cents per **ek. payable to the Jarrier weekly. Price for mailing, *4 a year in ad vanoe. the weekly dispatch ft nubtfshed every Friday morning, and mailed for OXK DOLL AR Avk a«...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 10 February 1852

THE DAILY DISBATfIfI, CT TO AUVKKTlHKitS.—TttaatroalMoa of tfce DisfATCH is mil ram aahHrge as tint of aay other Daily payer la thaafty of Hlehssood. It U therefore greaitiy superior |# flay other as a saw Hum <*f •drertJstag. RICHMOND, VA.» Taenia 7 Meratag, Mtaarr !•. 189' i INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. The exteasion of th-* Manasaas Uap Rail road is the next in order, among the four great improvements noticed by the Report of the Bwsrd of Pnblic Works. This extension it is propooad to begin at its present terminus at Strasbnrg, and to continue to a point upon the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, equi-distant be* twecn Baltimore and Parkeiaborg, snd about seventy-five miles West of Strasbnrg. This road would place Alexandria in direct com munk-ation with the Ohio River at Parkers burg, and, as a matter of course, with Cincin nati, and the whole system of railroads and canals which intersects the State of Ohio.— By making a rosd only twenty-five miles in leogtl>, from Fredericksburg to...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 10 February 1852

rtfE LATEST NEWST Kb. 8, P. 11.-By an arri lire we have advice* from the city of Men* a '. n ,hp 24th January. C °Th« Mexican Cong re m had assembled ami l-efded to business. r The President's Message waa handed in and liir !v read. It gives a very deplorable ac r'.'i of the Mate of affairs throughout the R.'oublic, and camplaioa greatly of the want oiicv to carry out (he designa of the exe- i, averts that the country had very narrow ,, (.(icaped the necessity of a war with En ' , I confluence of the debt due her.— r.-tunately, however, an arrangement has Le'j made to «>crt so fearful a calamity. 1 The President, in his message, also com s'rCi loudlv of the encroachmeots making [.'ion the Republic and upon piivate citizens •! General Carvajsl snd his companions. The H>'v. Mr. Gross, bearer of despatches f- r the I'oited States Legation in Mexico to Irto Government at Washington, has arrived <rr stales that he has succeeded in pur a piece of ground, by consent of the Mexican...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 10 February 1852

aiom of a6m sale respoaeibitUy aboai6 weeks which ha thtoa apeak* fat a law aamber 4f trie paper: "MeCarty, Jr ? doe* not meddle ranch in f iai » ■Bent apoa moat vexed ques tions of dm •», bat from indications «• are iaetiani ta thiak he is not Car Scott. In feet, •fef w MWfrt him the other night a tin cup of whiekytoddy, which be emptied with grace ■ ~ aftd dexterity , he cocked up his ere, and said at plainly 4a youth and age cou Id say—'Fill more." "This ere haaimal, my little dear*," observed <h« keeper of a managerie to a' acbool, "ia a leopard." Hi* complexion ia yaller, and agree* ably diveraified with black apots! .It vas a ▼nigar herror of the hancients, that the critter ▼aa hincapable of changing bis spota, vitch ▼aa deprived in modern times by obaerwin that lie wery often alept in one spot, and next night changed t6 another." "But I say, Mr. Shcrtv mau ?" screamed the little Joh nay, "the leo pard ain't yallow at all. The Bible aaya he'a white. "Vere is the text," inqu...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 11 February 1852

VOL 2-NO 98. THE OAILY DISPATCH. 7i S, A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH K. I't.KAWANTH, BdHw*. rASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. 'rr irss." "I i Tsrst." s i f SJTIS 5 2° I t um 1 j° o weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 I rar Comwunicatkms are charged at the same Jm*Jct a f««r»; longer ad in exact proportion, and payable in ad "rtT Advertisement. inserted once a weeMwice three timea a week, will b« aharged SO isTtt for the tirat insertion, and J7* centa lor each noticea for 25 cents; Fu- DeaJJia, without obituary or -rved to aubacribers r "wtfkfy^P^f«'«» i^,'*4 » * d " v* oo6 - —— _. the weekly dispatch II published every Friday morning. and mailed far oxi dollar a v*a*. 1 o Clcss, for $5 six co o!e* for $10 thirteen copiea; for #15 twenty co kICHMON® STOVE WORKS. THKSK works are located in the immediate vicinity of the Tredegar Iron Worka, and kre now in blast. The principal business of this «tabii«tnient will consist in manufacturing the heat improved Air Tight and Premium Cooking Stove*. parlor. ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 11 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. RICHMOND, **" SUNDAY WORK. For ioM tiwo peat tbert have been »me moralising paragraph* « • *• prcM of this oit/ on tb* aalgeet of Sunday work, which was represented in the mast ab horrent light, and the Typographical Aasocta lion of the city *» exhorted to take the mai ler in hand, as if they were the law-making poanr of the Stste, to w Vh HAT SHALL BEand WHAT SHALL NOT BE. That Society, fancying that it really was endowed wissus power, proceeded, with very little de lay,* to comply with the request made of them. The whole object of tliia appeal to that Asso ciation was to obtain the aid of their combins- tion iu forcing the wholeprett into sabmunion to the moral riews entertained by the authors of these paragraphs—as it might be injurious to those who abstained from publishing Mon day morning what came in the mails Sunday for any one else to do so. The Typographical Society, like the silly raven who was flattered by the fox into :be conceit that she could sing, ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 11 February 1852

'as'.sr.ctttu . » plenty of ofien of aaaistaace, Mid mom (ban it can aeeorwnoiat«. Wo on (twtlj obliged to oar brother printers. We know that we were not mistaken when wa relied upon the printer#. They hava got as much of the spirit of freedom and independence as ,ny other class of people. We are so easily through our difficulties and tnade so well sat ijSed, that we relent and are almost sorry we j.j n ot let the Society, (God forgive them!) r ,„ ,mb nlentio! Hereafter, we trust that that distinguished body will continue to do precise ly aa they please—that, provided it seem good t", them, they will denounce the very sun which ahir.es u:>on the Dispatch—that they will at cr.ee give forth to the Republic, that they and ii;e Dispatch car.not exist in the same atmos phere ' It is a matter of the leoat possible mo xent to tbs Dispatch, what they may think or what they may do; and as we love to see every bo.h enjoy themselves to the utmost of their capacity for enjoyment, we truat th...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 11 February 1852

M *Wl|wfi7 Hgttfc ia the fetlewiag incMßatal rompaaLsa be -9p a «mM» wosaan, strong only ia barfly Md l|*i||»edee, aad •iW'great Captaia of bis aga. I *— "Napoleon sod Mrs. Judaon,"~are frasn a yet aapaktisbii, pwaomeed tefew the "Ctoraiy rnuermity" uf Waterrilk ColfcgtvMa<ne, at its ras rat" anniversary ia the early autnmn, by Mr. William M. Rodm.u>, affaafrid—ce. Rhode Island. Taey, bare baea forwarded to at by a friend and correspeodeat, who heard the para thatooetaioed them delivered, aad who retfcaeda copyelthestaaiaaat Ibetimet Afar tad lone. ccid'Oeeea's war es, A rocky iiieiaaaen. With lightning peaks aad thunder care, Bright gemm'd wdi rales between. Aad there, where Oeeaa's ceasele •• moar Ta silence leads s sloom, -A royal exile d wekeiooe, A* inaliring tomt. The nations quaked Bke palsied thing* . When e'er their realms he trod; Aad prostrate Ml the thrones of kings, -' Obedient to his nod. Greatest of earth's unfcallow d great, A more than king was he: The monarch...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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