ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Richmond Mail, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 868 items from Richmond Mail, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
868 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 5 November 1853

YOL. I.—NO. 180 THE RICHMOND MAIL, IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMTLE. Office on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Gary. TERMS —-Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week , payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any nartof the State 19U cents.] Tub Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Tirginia, 26 cents.] . The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. [ Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IS THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 On* square, one insertion, _ 00 a a each succeeding insertion 25 IN...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 5 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE & W. M. SEMPLE. The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and eountry, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit, “SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5,1853. Closing Ceremonies —Speech of ExPresident Tyler. Yesterday, at the appointed hour, the President of the Agricultural Society Philip St. George Cocke, Esq., took the stand in the large centre tent, and proceeded to announce the different premiums which had been awarded. Before this ceremony was concluded, however, Ex-President Tyler was introduced to the large audience in attendance, and proceeded to deliver the closing address, which was a chaste and beautiful production. After giving a cursory review of the differeut productions which were on exhibition, and of the localities from which they were brought—there being persons present from every portion of the State; from t...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 5 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Marine Disaster. Philadelphia, Nov. 3. — The brig Friendship has arrived at the Delaware Breakwater, from Turksonville for New York, having on board the captain and crew of the brig Melissa Ann, from Turksonville. The brig had been capsized in a severe gale on the iVth ult. The sufferers were six days without food or drink even.— When found they were almost dead. Their suffering is beyond description. The captains wife was drowned Tlie Coalition in Massachusetts. Boston, Nov. 3.— The Freesoil and Democratic Conventions of Worcester county met to-day. Much curiosity was felt to see the result of Onshing’s letter on the democrats. A dispatch from Worcester says that the coalition was formed with entire unanimity and great enthusiasm. The democrats passed a resolution spurning all dictation from whatever quarter it may come. Country papers throughout the State speak of Cushing’s letter in indignant strains. the U. S. Mail steamer Ohio ■ from Aspinwall, dates from Mel...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 5 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Odd Fellowship.— The New Orleans Bee, mentions a fact worthy of record that the Independent Order of Odd Fellows have been severe sufferers from the epidemic. That paper says: “ Some of its noblest, purest, and best, have fallen victims ta the dreadful destroyer. But, to the eternal honor of the Order, be it said, that no Odd Fellow has been compelled to ask assistance outside of his own Order, from any quarter whatever. — Neither have the philanthropic workings of the Order been confined to members within its own immediate jurisdiction. It has been called upon to provide for and to inter transient brethren from almost every quarter of the compass. The duties devolving upon it have been faithfully fulfilled.” The Ugly Club. —Many persona have supposed that the announcement of the ball of this club was a hoax, and there is no such club in existence. This is a mistake, Their ball will come off, and will be a merry one; for the members of the club, though not remarka...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 7 November 1853

VOL. I.—NO. 181 the RICHMOND MAIL 9 L to PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY HOSE & SEMPLE. Ofjice an Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year* or six and a quarter cents per week , payable Ito the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in adI yau'*eor So, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any nartof the State 19% cents.] , ■ ~ The Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] , , The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. I Postage per annum to any part of the State, only P cents,] advertising. IN THE DAILY. Oae square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 I Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 50 . u “ each succeeding insert...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 7 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE &. W. M. SEMPLE. &S- The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very largo and increasing daily. Besides the daily olrculation in tin) city an 1 country, there is also a largo Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got tho benefit, MONDAY MORNING, NOTEMBER7,IB63. pg~Some of the Democratic papers in the Western part of the State are com plaining loudly of the distribution of the patronage of the Administration ia Virginia—asserting that the East gets all the important and fat offices, while the “ sterling Democracy” of the West are left out. They cannot see why Richmond should have, of itself, a Minister, a Consul and a Charge—while Mr. Bedinger, whom the Hon. Charles James ousted from his seat in Congresses the only one the West has to brag on. They take it hard that when elections are coming on the Democratic papers of the East make such heavy drafts upon “ the glorious tenth legion," the gallant “little Tennessee,...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 7 November 1853

NEWS by the mails. I ’ Additional by tile Africa* England. —The emigrant ship Dalhousie had been wrecked, and fifty lives lost. The Eastern question excites the greatest attention in England. The British pub|uc was in the dark respecting the inten- ;; tiens of the Government relative to the 3 question. France. —A decree has been issued granting to the Minister ef Marine a credit '' 0 f five millions francs. The trial of the rioters at the Opera Conrique has been postponed till the 7th >of November. According to the indictment, the plot of the rioters was to assassinate the Emperor and destroy the form ;> of Government. f Rumors were current that the Bank of ■ France would raise the rate of interest | from 4} to 5 per cent. I The tone of the French papers was generally warlike. I Austria. —The reported reduction of the Austrian army turns oat to be untrue. ' The ground on which Consul Ofiiey had refused his cousent to the departure of Koszta to the United States...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 7 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. pgg"A gentleman named Dunlop, being present at a party where one of the company had made several puns on the names of persons present, remarked that he had never heard his name punned upon, and did not believe it could be done. “There is nothing in the world more easy, sir,” t eplied the punster, “just lop off half the name and it is Bun." The Ajax.— A portion of a wheel box and other relics of the wreck of a steamer, were seen about 40 miles from Capa Cod, last Sunday. They are supposed to have belonged to the steam tug Ajax, lest, it is believed, in the gale on the night of the 24th ult. j@|Plf you want a favor of a married woman, brag of her baby. If you want to obtain her eternal enmity, let her turn round and catch you making a mouth at it. Unvoktunate Recollection. — “ Come here, my little man,” said a gentleman to a youngster of four years of age, while sitting in a parlor where a large company assembled—“Do you know me?” “Yes, sir, I think I do.” “Who am I...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 8 November 1853

VOL. I.—NO. 182 THE KICHMODiD MAUL, Is PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY BOSE & SEMPLE. Office on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. ! TERMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum (’in advance, $1 when paid at the expiration of the J year; or sue and a quarter cents per week, payable Ito the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in adlyauce; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single j copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any I part of the State cents.] r the Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers lat $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration rofthe year. [Postage per annum, to any part of I Virginia, 26 cents.] . , I the Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in adIvauce; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. |[ Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] 'ADVERTISING. IS THE DAILY. i One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 : Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 . One square, one insertion, 50 i&lt...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 8 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. . —— BT C. A. ROSE <fc W. M. SEMPLE. The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also u large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8,185S {a?“ See first and fourth pages. Who will De Speaker 1 There is a good deal of speculation as to who will carry off the prize of the Speakership to the next House of Representatives. We do not confess to any great interest in the result—but to show what the movements of the friends of the various aspirants are we select the following speculations of the ’Philadelphia Daily News. — It is to be hoped at least that another William J. Brown exposition will be avoid ed: * “The question of who shall be Speaker of the next Congress, is already attracting a full share of public attention; and as that is a post which the Administration will naturally desire to have filled by on...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 8 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Arrival of the Daniel Webster-—De-structive Fire at Sonora, &c. New Orleans, Nov. G.—The steamer Daniel Webster arrived here to day, with dates from San Francisco to the IGth ult. bringing passengers through in tho short apace of 21 days. She brings 200 passengers, and $50,000 in gold dust, brought by the steamer Sierra Nevada from San Fran cisco at Panama. The steamers Golden Gate and Uncle Sam sailed from San Francisco for Panama on the same day ns the Sierra Nevada.— The Sierra Nevada brought down to Panama §1,200,000 in gold dust, and the Gold eu Gate §1,130,000. There has been a terrible lire at the city of Sonora, destroying full one-thud of the - city. The loss is estimated at a million and a half. The Irish patriot, John Mitchell, of whose escape from Van Diemen’s Land accounts have been received, arrived at San Francisco on the 12th ult. Pie has been most enthusiastically received and ■welcomed to freedom by all classes of citizens. The accoun...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 8 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Proof Positive. —“Did you say, sir, that you considered Mr. Smith insane? ’ asked a lawyer of a witness, in a criminal case. “Yes, sir, I did.” ‘ llpou what ground did you base that inferences” “Why, I lent him a silk umbrella and five dollars in cash, and he returned them both!” Blackstone was satisfied. Complimentary.-— A western paper, in speaking of one of our newly elected Senators, says his Ignorance is so dense that the anger of common sense would be longer in boring through it than.it would take a boiled carrot to bore through Mount Blanc. He’s the old gentleman who took the other side on the Squilgee question. Graham states in his Magazine for November, that he paid Cooper SIBOO for the “Islets of the Gulf, 1 ’ and SIOOO for the “Naval Biographies.” He paid G. P. R. James SI2OO for “Life of Vicissitudes.” jiyWe learn from the Tenth Legion that the destruction of timber caused by the recent snow, was very general through out the forests in the vicinity of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 9 November 1853

YOL. I—NO. 183 "ki TUB RICHMOND MAIL, hJK PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SDN DAY EXCEPTED) ■' lb m BY HOSE & SEMPLE. nmron Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. -■; '■„ Advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the “ or six and a quarter cents per week, payable S carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in ador £5, at the expiration of the year. Single ■ 3JL ’one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any S' the State 1914 cents.] ■ tup Semi-Week.lv, will he mailed to subscribers •' f *•’ ner year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration £0 year. U’ osta S e P er annum, to any part of finxinia, 26 cents.] . , Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in ad|lKp. or £2, payable at the expiration of the year. *jlHtagepor annum to any part of the State, only IS cents.] ADVERTISING. J IN THE DAILY. '■i One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 SSo squaws “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, _ oO ~ 11 each succeeding insertion 25 IN THE SEMI-WEEKLY. 5 One square, one insertion, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 9 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE &. W. M. SEMPCK. 4®* The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very largo and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city anl country, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. '(WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1853. The Coal mines of the United States. There are some very interesting statistics in Hunt’s Merchant’s Magazine for November in relation to the Coal Mines of the United States. It appears that Illinois has the largest surface of coal, being 44,000 square miles or one third of her whole area. Virginia is next with 21,194 square miles. Then come Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Tennessee, die. The greatest developments of coal have been made in the mines ot Pennsylvania.— Illinois, with the largest quantity, has done comparatively nothing. In Pennsyl vania the coal development and trade has given employment to thousands of men—has led to the building of...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 9 November 1853

news by the mails. —r~ • .... . ~ jgiTMr. Steers, the builder of the yacht America, has constructed a model of a ship of 2,500 tons, for the California and New York trade, of which he is to be the owner himself, in part or exclusively, and which lie undertakes will sail twenty-two miles an hour, beating any steamer that has ever yet floated, He will sail her, when finished, against any ship in the world for §lO,iOd’o. Appointment by the President.— James Tff, Green, of Virginia, to be consul of the United States for Lima, in Peru. Cargo of tire Ship Harltaway. Charleston, Nov. s.—The cargo of the ship Harkaway, towed into this port some time ago by the steamer Southerner has been stipulated for under the order of the court, on the following terms, viz;— Sound guano, 855 per ton ; wet do,, $27.50. There are about 320 tons of sound, and 450 tons of wet. Arrival of tine El Dorado. ; New Orleans, Nov. 7.—The steamer El Dorado from Aspinwall has arrived with 400 passengers, and §1,000,00...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 9 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. A Long Speech. —The New York papers are making themselves merry over a very long and verbose speech of six newspaper colums, on his official reception, addressed to the President of Nicaragua by Mr. Solon Borland, our new Minister to Central America. The Tribune learns that “ Mr. Borland is doing as well as could be expected after the delivery of such a speech,” but nothing is said of the condition of the unhappy men who had to listen to it, though, luckily for them, as it was in English, they did not understand a word of it. jgg'“The Wheeling Gazette tells a story of a man in the First Ward, whose coal pile had of late become property too public. The ingenious sufferer drilled a hole in a largelump of coal, and charged it with gunpowder. He was in due time awaken ed by a loud explosion which occured in the kitchen of Mr. A., where the obliging neighbors were getting breakfast. A Scientific Joke. —The Society of Arts in London have been handsomely hoaxed. A carria...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 10 November 1853

YOL. L—NO. 184 THE RICHMOND MAIL, Ts PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMPLE. I office on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any B arb of the State 19% cents.] v Tub Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at S3 P er year, iu advance ;ors4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] *1 The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. I Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. El One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 | Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 60 « a each succeeding insertio...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 10 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE &. W. M. SEMPLE. fiJS* Tho circulation of tho Richmond Mail Is now very large and increasing daily. Resides the daily emulation in the city anl country, there is also a largo Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers get the benefit. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10,1853. TitampKllji New i°rl£. By reference to the telegraphic intelligence, our readers will observe that tho trimmph of the whigs in New York is not less decided than in Maryland. We shall refer more particularly to this hereafter. Prince Jolm. The Prince cannot brook obscurity. Ha must keep himself before tho public. Like a sensitive plant he cannot live without light. Keep him in the back-ground and he expires forthwith. He will not stay behind the scenes long enough to permit the others to get through thek role. He hears from afar the tumult and applause of the audience and he is seited with an un controllable itching for the foot lights. The Prince is a comedian sui ge...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 10 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Henry May’s majority over Mr. Walsh, for Congress, in the recent election in Maryland, is upwards of 300. Mr. Ligou’b majority over Mr. Bowie, for Governor, is some 3000. The Whigs have a majority in the Legislature on joint ballot of some thirteen or fourteen. We shall s therefore, have the pleasure of seeing Mr. Pearce return to the Senate. Fjrk at Alexandria. —On Monday night, > the old stone warehouse owned by the ' city, and known as the tobacco warehouse, at Alexandria, Va,, was destroyed by lire. The loss falls heaviest upon the corporation ; but Messrs. McKensie, Dangerfield and others, lose a large quantity of tobacco. Mr. Demsey loses fishing tackle to the amount of §2,500 ; insured for nearly that amount in the Potomac office. From tlic Flsliing Grounds. Boston, Nov. B.—Halifax papers state that the mackerel catchers were doing well in the vicinity of Fort Hood. Some vessels were taking 80 bbls per day. The British have tried to enforce the h...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 10 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Dickens computes that onesixth of the English people gain their livelihood from the United States. Let the people of the United States make their own clothing, and what will one-sixth of the English people do to get the food to live on ? There is no market for the manufacturers elsewhere than in the - United States, and England does not raise enough food to feed its people. The day will come when the United States will do its own manufacturing, and there are alive those who will see it. ffm, P. Dangerfield, Esq., formerly of Rockingham county, Va., has been appointed Judge by the Governor of California, of the judicial district in which he resides. Mr. Dangerfield left Rockingham some three or four years ago. Sons of Temperance. —We understand that the Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance of Virginia have resolved to hold the quarterly meeting for July, 1854, in Abingdon, jjcg” Ex-President Martin Van Burenj his sou Mr. M. Van Buren, Jr., and Hon. Governeur Ke...

Publication Title: Richmond Mail, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x