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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 September 1852

THE DAILY DIBPATC HurtiTirßo* THK WllT INDIKS.—AdvicfS Bermuda to the 31ii ult.» ststa that tba PMMh frigate L'Anaidef from Guadaloupe, tewad to France, with invalida, had arrived off Hamilton with 49 caaea ol yellow fever on ftaairi ; 4 The aick were placed in Ik* hi'r : -' The fever had disappeared from IT bat was raging at Fort de France, ia Martinique. , ... _ A wiblic meeting had been held in Demerara to petition Parliament on the subject of the 4ialieeeed state ol the Colony, and to represent |Im orce«K'tv ofan increase of labor, and a re(faction of tbe dti'r on British plantation au— car ia England, «o enable the planters to com■ate with their foreign rival*. Those present ■ajmarntnl three-fourths of the interesta of the colour • T»ovessels were about to leave Deiaerara far like gold uiines of Australia. II is said there are '.QUO Mormon converts in Bohemi*; but that the government has put a atop to them bv seizing and confiscating their heaka. The Kentucky Conference met at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 September 1852

VOL. 2--N0 280. thf. daily dispatch "jAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. CASH TEKMa Oh ADVERTISING. 1 H«ar<\ 1 insertion SO 50 I 1 square, 1 month $4 00 t do 2 insertion* 075 1 1 do 2 month* 700 do 3 do ICO 1 do a do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 754 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do - weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 3 COO Commun-chtosaara charged at the same j»ie« as »dveru*» menu. ry Tn lru» or less make a square; longer adferulrccat' in exact proportion, and payable tn adnice. ry Advertisement* inserted once a week, twice • week. or three times a week, will be charged W) M i:s for the first Insertion, and 37J cents tor each KK.tinuance. tf Marriage noßce* Inserted for 25 cents; FuMrai notices 25 cents; deaths, without obituary or f inera! invitation, lf?J cents. Tha " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers at tit and c quart,er cents per Kvk, payable to the •arrier weekly. Price for mailing, Si a year in adTanse. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH Is pebash.-j every Friday morning, and mailed for onk dollar a vkar. To...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 September 1852

TKS DAILY DISPATCH. rWTU ADVKKTlThecirculatioc of the Dispatch is was* *i*»s at larae as that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It U therefore greatly superior to say other ss a ■uwtiom of advertialnf. t RICHMOND, VA.t Tseaday Morning September 91,1833. ry Persons abroad from tbe city can have the DWpatSfa sent to them for any period of time they rats desire, by leaving their orders and paying the cash for the cine specified. SHIBBOLETH. This word is very much used by and as every body may not understand its meaning, we will just make a brief paragraph about it. Jeptha, the great Israelite General, of whum we read in the Bible, had, at the head of the Gileadites, soundly thrashed tbe Ephraimites, and they were endeavoring to effect their escape. Jeptha'a troops, however, intercepted them in their flight across the Jordan, and, as a more certain mode of discriminating between friend and foe, the Gileadites required those whom they met to pronounce tbe word Shibboleth....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. further foreign news by the PACIFIC. England.—'The history of the past 3 days in altogether a blank. Nothing has transpired in home affairs, ami nothing abroad of sufficient importance to elicit remark. The Bishops (of the Episcopal Church} of Western New Vork and Michigan have been in Liverpool the past lew dtn. On Sunday, tbe sih, the Bi«hop of New Vork preached in tarious places of worship, and on Monday afternoon he attended the meetit g of the society for the diffusion of the gospel in foreign parts. At the latter the Bishop of New York said "he never could believe but that the small cloud which had arisen, threatening a thunder storm, would speedily pass away. He never did believe that John Bull and Brother Jona' than would quarrel about a codfish. He had from the brst believed that it would result as it had, in mere talk, and before another year was over, would only be a subject of laugh* ter." [Cheers J Murphy, tbe inan arrested at Dublin, for forcing bills ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 September 1852

TtfE DAILY DISPATCH The Shooting Season.—The •hooting ■euoo i* France begins about the first of September Now mind, we do not refer to thorn •hooting eeeaone which are somewhat common in Paris, when the streets are barricaded .and savage men in blouses and moustaches are aeen popping at every unlucky individual who happens to get within gunshot; but we speak particularly of ahooting hares, partridges, pheasants, quails, and such other feathered ■and furred inhabitants of the environs as may happen to tickle the fancy of the sportsman or the epicure. As we said before, the season commences in September, and the opening is respected in Franoe as much as the Fourth of July in the United States. This year, according to foreign correspondents, the season has been thus far particularly unfortunate for sport, the rain of the previous month having cansed the death of many birds and animate. The President, with his gun and knapsack, went out into the forests o' St. Germain, generally conside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 September 1852

VOL 2--NO 281 the daily disfatch AS. A. CQWARDIW. Proprietor. hugs r pheasants, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 saasre, t insertion SO 50 I 1 square, 1 month $4 00 i do 2insertion* 075 i 1 do 2mon»hs 700 f do 3 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 l . 5 0 l week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 i do 2 week* 275 I 1 do 1 year 30 00 ry CY.mmunxatioßaara charged at the same M JJ,i *dvertis< ments. rf r<" or It** make « tquart; longer adftru»> nii 3 ; '> n exact proportion, and payable In adT 'r-ar Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice s -,r three times a week, will be charged SO se-.:« fcr (he first insertion, and J7J cents tor each •ontinusnce. gf Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Funotices cents; Deaths, without obituary or (ac<r«i! invitation, 12$ cent*. Tho" Daily Disfatch" 1* *erved to *üb*erlberi it »u a- ', a quarter cent* per week, payable to the H rrfpr weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year In aduase. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH li published...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Of KkTtC»*K».—Tbt«ireuiuk>a of im Distatch U thbxk tixh u Urge u that of aay other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to any other aa a »«<Hair» of advrtlslnf. RICHMOND, VA.t Wednesday Marking, Sept. !tt, 1883. .BT Persona abroad from the city car have the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their ordera and paying the oaah for the uaeapedtied. THE CONFLAGRATION OF MOSCOW. We begin, to-day, the translation of a broefcwe, which waa publiahed at Paria in 1823, relative to the true author of the conflagration of Moacow. It will he seen that the Count de Roatopchin, the Governor of Moacow, who lias always been charged with it, and haa been made ahero of on account of it, denies that he bad any participation whatever in. The world ]ia* been strangely deceived heretofoie if euch be the fact. One thing, however, he confesses which would seem to fix the deed upon him, «nd that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. LaUr from Bur not Ay re I. Boston, Sept. 20.—Mr. Schenck, the American Minister to Brazil. sent by Government to Buenos Ay ret to negotiate for the free nanration of her rivers, visited Urquiza. at Paler m o. on the 26ih of July, with Mr. Pendleton, and was received with uncommon honors. A salute was fired and the troopa ordered out.— I'rquir.i's speech was very friendly towards this country. On the succeeding week Schenck would visit Montevideo, to have an interview with the Government of Ursguay. The English and French commissioners had gone to Montevideo for the same purpose. The citizens of Buenos A y res were much opposed to L'rquiea, end only waited an op nortunity to report him All the Governors of Buenos Ayree, appointed hv Uiquizs, had resigned, and he was acting himself in conjunction with the privy council. From the White Mountains—Serious Acci dint—Heavy Snotc Storm. Springfield, Sept. 18—A gentleman jus; down from the White Mountains, reports that John ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 September 1852

tub daily dispatch Fbom Tuti--LiK advicee from Texas •late that the Apache Indiana are committing depredation* in the neighborhood of El P'iso. A letter state# that, within the two week* pre vioua to ita date, they had killed nine men within a distance oS" fifteen milea of the pate. There are no American aoldiera nearer than Fort Fillmore, n distance of forty.five milea, while the whole frontier is exposed, andwiih•u t a iingle solJier, as far as Leona station, a distance of 800 miles. But the writer save the soldiers could do but littlo eood if they were there, aa those now at Fort Fillmore have to cultivate the (oil and raise their own corn, which leaves them little or no time for ingGrand Lodge of thk United States.— The Grand Lodge of the United States, I. O. O. F., met in Baltimore Monday, and immediately proceeded to business, Grand Sire Wm. M. Moore presiding. The day was chiefly occupied in the examination of the credentials of representatives, the appointment of committees,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 September 1852

VOL 2--NO 282 THE DAILY DISPATCH /AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. l»fa«re, 1 insertion£o 50 j 1 square, 1 month $4 00 1 do insertions 075 j 1 do 2 months 700 1 (jo 3 do 100 1 da 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do -Jwivk* 2 751 1 do 1 year 3 000 py Communicattoaaars charged at the same j»te» *« advertisement*, rjr Tt-I it'"' Of '•**» ■»<**« a sjuars; longer adTSrtuercenf. in exact proportion, and payable In adTar, ce ry° Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice , k r three times a week, will be '.barged SO s#r.tt for the first insertion, and 37J cents for each continuancejy Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Funi.ticcs cents; Deaths, without obituary or f srsral ;n-nation, I"J} cents. The " Daily Dispatch" Is served to subscriber* st tiz ar.d a quarter unit per treek, payable to the #»-rler wetkiy. Price for mailing, $4 a year In ajyaasf. * THE VVhfcK I.Y DISPATCH li pubnsa. d every Friday morning, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. uueireuiaticii aiZo Dispatch is thm« ti*m a* large as that of sav other Doily paper in the city of Riebuond. It Is therefore greatly superior to any other as a nullum of advertising. BICnMONP. VA.i Tfcamday Msrshif, Heptember 23,15 W. rJT Person* abroad trom the city can havn the Diiuatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, bjr leaving their orders and paying tne cash for the umespecified. ROSTOPCHIN'S PAMPHLET. We continue our extracts from this work, where we left ofTyesterday. "But the provisions which remained in the houses were a matter of very small consideration, for Moscow is sufficiently supplied by lsnd and water carriage from the Spring to the month of September, and afterwards by boats until the Winter; but the war having commenced in June, and the enemy having already, in August, made himself master of Smolensk, from that time all transportation ceased, and no attempts were made to bring provisions into a city menaced by a powerful e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 September 1852

the latest news. ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. Three Day* loiter from Europe. York. Sept.2l.—The steamer Africa has arrived, bringing Liverpool date* of (he J Ith ind., and 111 passengers, among whom art Hun. C. A. Murray, Hon. 11. A. Murray slid Karl Mount Charles. The Franklin arrived at Cowes on the 9th inst. EsctAßO.—A convict ship sailed at Ply» mouth,for Hobart town, with 300 convicts, but it was thought they would not be peimitted to land. Joan Winthrop, of Mas*., wi ites to the London Times in defence of Mr Webster from the ungenerous nttacksof the London press. I'he new Cuaard Chagre* line will touch at Portland and Boston, us well as New York. Dudley i'ierce was at Lejfust on business eonn«cttd with the New \ork and Cialway r- • The war steamer uriser was fitting out for the Fishery station. The reliant Right League is in session at Dublin. Franck. —The French claims on the Haytien government had been satisfactorily buttled. By a decree Louis Napoleon has suppressed the Corsair, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 September 1852

CH IS DAILY DISPATCH Cwnip«ni«are of the Dispatch. Sept. 21,1852. 1 am satisfied that the rumorofMr. Corwin's resignation ia without foundation. It cannot bo traced to an authoritative aource; indeed, I M warranted in pronouncing the rumor premature. Mr. Corwin ia even now busily engaged ha preparing his semi-annual report to Con» The Florida Indians, orSeminolea, who have bean with u« fora week past, will leave in a few dav*. It ia thought that their mission has not ■roved very satisfactory to them. Ihe delecation manifest great repugnance to a removal Weatof the Mississippi. In an interview with the President a day or two ago, Billy Bowlegs and his companions were distinctly informed that the treaty of 1832, providing for their removal, must be, and thould be, faithfully ob■avved and carried out. , These Indians have been well cared for daring their srjourn with us. Every facility haa been afforded them to see ihe liona. During their visit to the Navy Vard they expressed great sur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 September 1852

VOL 2—NO 283 THE DAILY DISPATCH Has. A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R PLEASANTS, Editor. I.IVKIt COMPLAINT, urNDICE DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR NER VOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, And *11 disetties arising from a disordered Liter or Stomach, turn at Constipation, Invard Piles, Fullness, or BU>odto the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Pause*, Heart burn, Disgust for Food. Fuliness, or weight in the. Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at thi Pitcf the furmach. Strtmming of the Head, Hw ritd and Injficult Breathing, Fluttering at tht Hdirt, Chtik'ng or Sujfocaling Sensations when in a lying pasture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before tht Sight, Fever and Dull Fain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellrncness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Pack, Chest. Limbs, ire., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the flesh, Constant Imaginings of Enl, nid Gnat Depression of Spirits, can be eflectun.iy eared by UK. IIOOFLAND'S CELEBKAIK!) (IKIiMAN BITTERS, prep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tßHtf.- j Uccircuiattoc aiZ„ DisrATCH U thui times u Urn u that of tar other Daily paper in the city of Biehmond. It to therefore greatly auperior to any other as a Medium of advertiainir. "'' RICHMOND, VA.« Friday Morning. September 38, IM'i. Pertona abroad from the city can have the Diipatch sent to them for any period of time they nay desire, by leaving their order* and paying the cash for the tune specified. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH. For Friday, Sept. 24, is now ready, and for ■ale at this office. We annex a digest of its most interesting contents: Editorial.—Politics; Guano; Indian Interview; The new Steamboat Law; The City ol New York; The Fall Trade; Miraculous Development; The Conflagration of Moscow; A Wrong Passenger Waked Up; The Bachelor in Luck; Danville Railroad; Swindling Transaction; Shibboleth; Mr. Cochran and the Quartz Crusher; A second Jordan Hatcher; Rostopchin's Pamphlet; Fatal Injury of the Head; Ex-Senator Benton; Smaller Articles. Muecllaneous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. Gen. Scott't Speech at Cleveland. Clf.vkland, Ohio, Sept. 21.—The following is the speech of Gen. Scott, made from the bal* cony of the Antericnn Hotel, yesterday, to the throng which assembled to welcome hint to the city '• ... Fellow citizens—When I say fellow citizen* 1 mean native and adopted citizens, as well as nil who intend to become citizens of this great end glorious country. I thank you for the enthusiastic reception you have given me — [Cheers ] But there is one tiling 1 regret in visiting this beautiful city, and that is the rain. I was pained that while. I wtv? comfortably sheltered in a covered carriage, you should have been exposed to lain and tuud.— ])uring tnv military campaigns, and at other times in <he discharge ot the duties of my office, and during the greater part of my life, 1 have been on the march, and have always been accustomed to expose myself to the weather and other inconveniences of camp life, in com. men with the brave so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MAUKKTH, Fjt the ttt* ending Thnrtday Evening, Sept S3. [CAftsrtrt.LV coturcTKD.j BACON—No alteration in price. Virginia cured, hog round, 11) cenM; prime Western and Baltimore Side* lOf to U ctt; Shoulder* S4, for common. to and 10 ct» for strictly prime. A great many interior Shoulder* are In market The befer qualities are tcarce. Ham* 13 to 14c, and acarce. BITTER ha* become quite scarce. Firkin 18 to 90 cent* per lb.; fre*h Roll 23 to 23 ; Goshen 2024 cenU. BEESWAX—22 a 23 cU. per lb.—with small re eeiDtA. no chao£^ COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trade la Cotton here is limited. The quoution* are 10i to 10* cts. Cotton Yarn* 16 CM per lb. COFFEE—OId Java to 12; Laguayra 9* to 94 - Rio 9J to 9i cm ; Cape Si a 9i CM; Manilla 12*. CANDLES—TaIIow 13 a 13i; Hull's patent 14; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22i a 27*. Jackson's patent 14. COAL—IO to 12J cenw on board for good mixed, fine and lump; 9to 11 cenM for blacksmith's coal. CORN—Abundant. We not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 September 1852

VOL. 2—NO 284 THE D AILY DISPATCH "/AS. A. CO WAR DIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. _ > H A"I>III>AHI,K UA.MI.Xi. MM, CHAKI.FS A. McFVOY has thea#'oy^ ZjS r nor of announcing to hia friend £3l«i d ho pub'ic that he has removed *ia> b .» Academy from the Exchange Hotel to Boriier's HaU, corner of Wain and 9th street*, where he will ci remence his sixth annual »esa'on in Richmond on Friday Kvei :ng, Oct. Ist, 1852. for Gentlemen, and on Saturday in rning, Oct 2, for Ladies, Misses and Master*. His style U systematic and elaborate, embracing every Phiico and Waltz recognizee or practised iu the fashionable society of both this country and Euro|>c, as selected by hitrstlf during the latt sp ring and summer. First season of the new D.i.cei E'tiieraldo and Ciciiianne, also the late improvements in ths lashiuuabie Dances and Waltzes of last year. Mr. M promises to use every exer ion to give that sat;r!(i 'i:o:i which secured ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rf TO AUVikitTX»JfcKJS.--ThecirculaUon of toe Dispatch <■ thbbb ttsms as large as that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It Is therefore greatly superior to any Other as a naedtuni of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.« Haturi'ay Morning, Sept. 23,1832. cr- Person* abroad from the city cat have the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their orders and paying the oaah for the lime specified. THE GUANO QUESTION. The extracts from the London Times which we yesterday published, will give the reader a very good general idea of English sentiment with regard to this question. The English are more directly interested in this matter than any other nation whatever. Peru is indebted many millions to English merchants,and therevenue derived from the guano trade was one of the principal means on which she depended to pay off the debt. There can be little question that interest has considerably tinged the color ofpublic op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 September 1852

"the latest news. »«• York Whig State Convention. Syracuse, S*pt. 22.—-The Whig State Convention organised to-day at noon by call ; njt H. L. Pruyn ot Albany to the chair. A rn mmittee was appointed to report permanent oftj( . P rv who selected Henry W. Taylor as i> r Vii(!itlent. He was conducted to the chair [n Mf-s«rs. Brooks and Dickinson, and made mi address strongly urging harmony and concession on all sidrs. A committee ot 1 from each county was appointed to draft resolutions slier which Washington Hunt was re-nomi-i aied for Governor bv acciamation, whereupon a salute was fired. Win. Kent was nominated I ieut. Governor on the Ist ballot received 84 vo.es t023 tor Cook, and the nomination was declared unanimous. This was followed by lotid applause arid a second salute. Thomas Keinpshall, of Munroe county, was nominated tor Canal Commissioner by acclamation. — Epeneius Crosby, ot Duchess county, was nominated tor Stat" Prison Inspector, receiving 6?> vote...

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