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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 25 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH I Odd# and Ends .'X* u .* re '" ro,n lb* cotlntrv, are you not ? "'d a dandy clerk in a " bookstore to a homely dressed Quaker, who had (Wen him some trouble. ;Y«.' cahnetf'' ' ier6 '* tB <Ma y on "*ring of 'That,' said Ammidah, as he turned to leave 'be V° re ' better present to thy mo 'Madam,* said a boarder to his landlody at urraklaat, the other morning. "v-jur coffee is abominable—it's not settleil.' 'Indeed!' coollv retorted the lady, *1 think you had belter iet tit for the coffee, then complain!" 'I'm a great gun,' said a tipsey printer who bad been on a bender for a week. 'Yes'*nid the foreman,you're a gieat gun and half cocked, end you can consider your self 'discharged 'Well,' said ilis typo, 'then I had better eo 9ff The question 'why printers did not succeed «■ well an brewers?' was thus answered: 'Be cause printers woik for the head, and brewers for the stomach, and where twenty men has n stomach, hut one has a head.' Somebody says, devil is u irea...

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. — 27 September 1852

VOL. 2-NO 285 THE DAILY DISPATCH JAS A. COWA.RDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. >i antfavtolTs, K-14-ri WHOLESALE AND lAIL DEALERS IN BOOTS, •W •» "JsuOF.S, TRi NKS, VALICES, C\*U i 7 BAGS, Ac—PEMBERTON & BRO, 161 v/,". it, opposite the Exchange Bank, respect !p »ti tngers visiting the city, and the pub •jc !■*'• '• t > call and examine their large and f' r f,-- rtrnent of article# in the above line. T"«rV:ie»'» witt. be found to be as low as tbo«e of rV rtr.r! : u.-e, whether by the tingle pair, dozen c't'; I i e stock embrac-s— iient'.emcn's Dresa ?hoe», Gaiter? and Bootees j> . calf, kir>. and stout Boots and Bootees Y( it's Hoots atii Rootles, o! mtny kinds \ 3rogu< s, bound and unbound I s shoes, Ku.-k:r>. Kids, Jenny l.inds, Ac \* 'r,> t' black, bronze »nd Colo ed Gaiters ji\>kins and Bo: t es lor setvant women, various f «rul Children's Shoes, in great variety Trave ling Trunks, plain Leather and ilair ' ! whii h are offered at the lowe«t...

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. — 27 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Br TO ADVKKTIMBRS.—ThectreoIaHoa onUe Dispatch is thmi timss as large aa thai of mit other Daily paper in the c.ty of Richmond. It ts therefore greatly superior to any other as a niedlum of advertiatng. RICHMOND, VA.I Menrfnr Morning;, f*eptemfc»r 97, 1852. |y Persons abri>ad Irom the city cat have the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving tbeir orders and paying the cash for the time speeded. ROSTOPCHIN'S PAMPHLET. 4th extract from the bulletin: "The confession of the incendiaries, taken, tried and shot, &c." Here we have a proof which has been pre sented as certain and convincing ; for it ia clothed with the authority of a trial end con viction, with the confession of the condemned and the execution of the incendiaries. Napo leon says in his 20th bulletin, that certain fire raisers were taken, condemned and ahot. That all of those w retches had been detected in the act—that they were provided with combustible materials,...

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. — 27 September 1852

the latest news. 1 11 i - — , , = —jy ( ,s. ErptdHiom to Jypmn. u ..h.ngton, Sept. 25.—Arrangement# for ,V, lunpun. xpedit.on are progressing iu a lavor determined that the expedition shall Vcf three superior war steamer!', viz : f ri. V '> " f>»atn»hi|» Mississippi, Captain » h»i I leave New York from the lat " p'li'ih of November. w r'i.f I Steamship Princeton, Commodore p ! which will accompany the Mississippi, ! r i:,g «bip, :* no» at Baltimore receiving her ' I' o third steamer is ihe Alleghany, which undeleting repair# at tli« Gosport Navy ■{.I) acdwill sail in January. fire at Baltimore. 15tLTi« RE. Sept. 2.'}.—The rope walk of j. . Ch.'diw-ts. corner ot Point Lane and . Aveuae, ra towytj by fire at one K |,„s morning. The loss is heavy, but «\ctr.! I'V insurance. \t>.-iut two*o'clock another fire was disco *(. j m (hi- rope »aik ol &, Weir .'V-.: Monument street —about 75 feet of J ~ w , iv ns destroyed. Loss covered by 150.ii fites wt-rc the work of in- Fire at...

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. — 27 September 1852

the daily dispatch to STK»?»or.Rß.—One ot our mo: I book merchants, (Mr. C. W.)r»* —iid « few days ago, from a visit to New Turk. He relates a story of the kindness be aaceried at the hands of three strangers whe m to net at the steamboat wharf in that city, aa to was in the act of going on board for Jersey City. on his way hotue. He arrrived at the Ira York whaif, 100 late to put his trunk in ctotge of the Railroad Agents. This being dhcovered by three strange gentlemen present, mmt •/ them kindly stepped up to him and told Ism, if he would place hi* trunk on board the towt, he would lie able lo get it on the cars nt Jersey City. To this arrangement he assented, m 1 the stranger with stiil more kindness wirred to assist him in carrying it on board.— Arriving on the Jersey side, th» same gentle ana stepped up au-l offered the still further lindnrss of assisting him in carrying the trunk •» ibe cars. It was hastily taken to a passen fer ear, and our friend advised to take a seat ty i...

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. — 28 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. lob. 2—NO 286 fcT'MI-Y DISPATCH j c A. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. \czgH R PLEASANTS, Editor^ T , t I'ibernaci.ks. —This day (Tues ; to-morrow, is observed among the . throughout the world, as the Feast m-les or the autumnal feast. It is ' i-'Tvfd on the fifteenth day ol the . |>i i, commencing, asall the Jewish ~, on the preceding evening. This ;< ,1 liio festival of gathering, when all ; l, and nil the fruits were formerly < : ; grateful acknowledgments to the •, Il.iicr, who provides for the wants of n rverv season of the year. . ~ai o!" the Tabernacles or Booths, is , ,) commemoration of the event of the I>iael journeying through the land r tony »tars in the desert, dwelling . i Huts, during that period, until at the promised land of Canaan. : .tided thus in the Holy writ: That nhiv of this seventh month, (TisriJ teast of Tabernacles for seven days t L; t;i. &c.. &-c., also on the fifteenth M-vcuth month, when ye have gath i • fruit of the land...

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. — 28 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry TO ADVKKTlSßMS.—' ThecircalaHoa ofute Dispatch Is thui nan as large as that of aay other Dally paper la the c.ty of Richmond. It ts therefore greatiy superior to aay other as a medium of a4iaitMig. RICHMOND, VA.i Taeaday Morning. September 28, ISVJ fy Persons abroad from the city can bare the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their orders and paying the cash for the lime sped bed. ROSTOPCHIN'S PAMPHLET. [coirrisUED.] There ia in the city of Moscow a whole street occupied by wheelwrights and carriage etores. When the army of Napoleon arrived, several generals and other officers went to this quarter, and after visiting the various establish ments, they chose carriages for themselves" and wrote their names on the pannels. The owners, with one accord, determined not to furnish the enemy with carriages, and, there forre, during the night, set fire to the stores. A merchant, flying with his family to Jaros law, left his nephew ...

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. — 28 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. The papers give detailed accounts of I 4 mihuHsMic reception, of Gen. Scott in ' West. The prcalest demonstration took '•Ifat# town called Manchester, in Ohio.— ' . the landing was spread a broad ban * i„arii)C the inscription, "One hundred tor Old Chippewa." After going ashon» V <colt is reported to have said : ' - 7.ons of Manchester, I am not travelling , l . ,'l niaKiiif speeches, nor for political pur s In!ss a ciii«**n of our common country, »ed as 1 have ever been actively in her i.i's. Hiit when my heart is touched, my ' \t -use io remain silent. The banner spread ,', re ,n> evi s calls up memories which al affect "ine; and scenes which I know ma ' *ou jourselves have witnessed, and .7,. m which you have borne honorable >|\ tme is brief; but fiom my heart I Vl ,' u for the kind welcome you have giv _ traveller, and en old soldier, who has i iiiian* vears in the service of his couu \n old man, 96 years of age, who was one . , M.ic.-t settlers in that...

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. — 28 September 1852

TinTnAILY DISPATCH. corr^"' 1 of lhe UU P n,ch * WA*Hiw«tos Citt, Sept.2s, The old Union Hotel, on Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C„ ha» recently been entirely dffiMnMi repaired and remodeled, and will be opened forthwith, under the management of Mr Wm. Finn ugh, lately of Virginia. George, town has long needed an establishment of this fcmd, and the euterprise and energy which Mr. Fttzhugh will bung with him, will prove a guaranty that the "Union" will rank among the best conducted houses of the kind in the District. Owing to the high rates of rent and board in Washington, many clerks with their lami* lies, I leain, contemplate remorirg to George* town and quartering at the "Union." I under stand such inducements will be offered the clerks, as w ill justify the movement. The most improbable political rumors are often put in circulation, here, which of course have a tendency to elate the spirits of one party, while the hopes of the otlur ore correspon dent ly depressed. I will refer t...

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. — 29 September 1852

VOL. 2—NO 287 rHE DAILY DISPATCH JAS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. ~ rHK Il.u-.NTED House.—On the Southern bsnk of the river, about a utile west of this f •% si ii.iis upon a very conspicuous eminence s Isrffe old brick house, familiar to the eyes ,y" all the rit;/."ns of Richmond, and known as "tho haunted house." There it has stood, for ocativ fifty years, ''solitary and alone," the jolilmiiJc whistling through its open win- Jow-. a monument of all that is dreary and iksclaie. How it obtained the cognomen of ••the haunted house," we know not. Feeling n desire to know foinetliing of the history of tau-ic. ici rated abode o! ghosts and hobgoblins, we > wc induced, a few days ago, to pay it aviiM. We found none of the frightful family at borne. Rawhead end bloody bones wrre nut tin re. For halt an hour we sojourned within it? bnrren and siient walls, the only shost to be seen or heard. Nor could we dis cover any signs of ghosts from another world har ng been ...

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. — 29 September 1852

the daily dispatch. TO ADVKKTlHßßH.—ThecirculaUoo of we Dispatch is tk.k* timks as luge aatfaat of tor other Daily paper in the city of BJehmoiM). It i* therefore greatly superior to any other Ma Bindlam of advertising. HICHMONP, VA.I Wednesday Mereing, Sept. 39,1553. |-y fervoM sbroad Irom the city can hare the Di*patch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their orders and paying the Msb for the lime specified. CONTINUATION OF ROSTOPCHIN'S PAMPHLET. In the work alluded to, M. M*** attributes to me a violent character. He is the first who has attributed to me any such character (though others have not hesitated to repeat it) and I think he would be puzzled to find proof of the charge. Before pronouncing on the acta and conduct of a man in office, it is necessary, if no injustice is intended, to pay some little at* tention to the time, the place, the circumstan ces, and the motifs which might induce the principal actor. Take from my administration of 1812 t...

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. — 29 September 1852

fnK LATEST NEWS. - Affairs at H'athington. «\V4fHi>oTo>'. Sept. sr.—'The Hon. Thos. r r .,, £ p")hI a %»«it to the President to-day, nn<l introduced t-y the eminent banker, W. VV. of Military Storekeeper at I'hiia It'ii'iii * not vet been made, but it is "|'he"\\ h'ics in this city are greatly pleMed ,| ie M wech made by Hen. Scott, at Co ',' tui* inrej-iv to the charge of hanging iVruarX ithin the past few days betting Ik- Presidential contest has ceased, tiie fhances (t" the candidates being considered so , C u ii tti ii neither or Democrats seem to venture their gold in backing their opoioof- Mad. Sontag't Concert. \,;w York. Sept. I*7.—Madame Sontag's , , , -,-it took piacc to-night. She received trident reception, and carried out the splendidly. PuZzolini, the great t« • j,-". -.i.d J -ii il. the extraordinary pianist, were • Uo n;o>t enthusiastically welcomed. Fatal Accident. PH!L»!'Hthia, Sept.27.—A tank if „ ... - at the l leiii.hiug »i,r<«, Gloucester, N. ;."...

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. — 29 September 1852

•"THE DAILY DISPATCH. LATER FROM MEXICO. The schooner Two Friend*, Capt. Ducer, arrived frecentlv from Tampico. Everything m fuiet in Tampico when the Two Friends The excitement in regard to the usurpation fcy Cardenas of the Governorship of the State •TTaniaulipas still continued. On the 3d, the Legislature. which appears to be entirely sub servient to the will of Carders?, issued a d'- tnt conferring upon the Governor whatever fjowrrs mav be required to repress the revolu tivury spirit exhibited at Tampico and other ■art* of the State. It the Governor considers it accessary to employ Don Antonio Canales m this matter, the necessary license is confer red upon him. It also authorizes the publica tion of the law of which prescribes the pmishTOent to be indicted upon all disturbers of the public peace. On the sth, a majority of the avuntamiento ieeued an address to ihe citizens of I amjiico, which they preface by a quotation from 3am ■r! Adams, as follows: "My decided opinion is, that...

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. — 30 September 1852

VOL. 2-N0 288 r<T iWll'Y DISPATCH a. coWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH K PLEASANTS, Editor. 1 i;^Ttkm^<"■ Reams.—We are exceedingly ' v notic? a symptom of returning reason, jV ' „ li c ht Struggling through the inter V. . Mi.it dark abolition rallying place ? , f New York. For some time past, f( apegracc9 of fanaticism hare been I jir.it preparations for celebrating, in the anniversary of the rescue of the slaw Jerry, which our renders will Vv • , ;*od much cxcitement a year ago. recoi t. , i ■ . jjo.) ■ - lis were scattered abroad, advertise i>ubl;*hed, and every preliminary'step <>". t r a £ooJ time by the unclean birds— • ; , the common council of Syracuse • i ,-ether and in a sensible manner adopted -r-sinbie and resolution * declaring that the '.•>«•><«! would be disreputable to , citv r:. dangerous in its tendency, and «olem;.'v advising all good citizens to abstain ~-n participation in the proceedings. It is t to !>e Mifiposed that the warning will deter ...

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. — 30 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. fiT TO ADVKKTl»EH».~Thectrcttlation of the Disr atch Is thus times as large as that of any other Daily paper In the city of BJehmond. II la therefore greatly superior to any other as a medium of advertising. RICHMOND, YA.i Thursday Morning, September 30.1553. iy Persons abroad from the city car have the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving tbelr orders and paying the •ash for the tine specified. ROSTOPCHIN'S PAMPHLET. If the tranquility of Moscow had been dis turbed, it would have produced a bad impres ■ionupon the minds cf the Russians, who had all fixed their eyes upon it, and taken it for their guide and model. From there, as from a centre, spread that ardent patriotism, that rea diness to make sacrifices, that warlike ardor, and that desire of vengeance against an enemy who had had the audacity to penetrate eo far. As the news of the occupation of Moscow ex tended in the provinces, the people became fu rious, and certainly ...

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. — 30 September 1852

THE latest news. \ R KIV ALOFTHE CA N A DA. Sera I'H* letterJrom Europe. H*iifav Sept.2B,—Tne steamer Canada r , fl i h<re this morning, bringing 130 pa t and Liverpool dates of the 18th in- ' The Stt , s<n f>r Atlantic reached Liverpool on .. f l.>:h instant. "The I S. s joopo« war Bainbridge was at U'deira on the Ith. fhe Duke ol Wellington died on the 14th, j (he Marquis of Douto succeeds to hts ENGLAND. q j, c Pake ii) Wellington died on the 14th, of ~, (it- His funeral was to be a na i is. I'rince Albert, Duke of Cam j '. c r and Lord Pit* Roy Somerset are alroa named as likely to be his successors as ! •, j the army. Lord Mahon was appoint . iur r> eiecuior. ' ]• L,union Morning Herald is authorised ~ i! it Peru will resist any aggressions " ?1 ,, Lobos Islands, and formally announ f,'t c p «nne*ation of the w hole of the Ptru- T '.,- NHnds, including Lobos, to the main j 6 ,-j t Peru. The government has pertna v . rtified Los Aguero and none bu vessels ! - , Mt...

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. — 30 September 1852

the daily dispatch. fgffNEWS 13Y TIIE EMPIRE CITY. Th« New Orient!* papers of the 23d inst., came to band yesterday. They contain ihe details of news by the Empire City, which left Havana on the 19th. We have already gj V ea the leading items, received by telegraph, and now aubjoin only that which is of the greatest interest. An official notice in the Diario says that a council of war was to be lield on the lJih, to determine the cause pending against Don Juan Bellido Luna and Don Andres better, who bate fled the island, and again-t the prisoners accused of being authors, printers and accom plices in the publication ol the revolutionary paper, La tot del Pueblo. A gentleman who camc pasarnger on the Empire Citv informs us that arrests continued lobe made daily, both in Havana and in the couotrv. Among the foreigners in Havans, mot even the simplest opinion upon the state ot lUe country is expressed without the utmost caution as'to being overheard, as spies swarm at the corner of eve...

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. — 1 October 1852

VOL. i-N'oß^9 DISPATCH q COWA RPIN. Proprietor PLEASANTS, W ' ,■ ■ m.piir.Nor THE POOR. " touching picture from the last ' lUeak House," is not limited in r, ' n . on to the latitude of London. — T ', 3 , ,rr many mothers in this city, (ray* 5 ' :f y York* Times) whose feelings and ln# " would not be unlike those herein language ' •\ij who have we got here to night?" says M-'rV-*el, opening another door, and glar ' his bull's eye. "Two drunken and two women? The men are " r i enough," turning back each sleeper's .' fo !r. his face to look at him. "Are these your ;"od men, niv dears ?" ' VfF sir," returns one of the women.— "They are our husbands." •Brickitiakers, eh?" ••\Vhat arevou doing here? You don't be :nff lo Lou joo. ••No sr. belong to Hertfordshire.' • Whereabouts in Hertfordshire ?" •St. Aibans." "Come up on the tramp?" •We waiked up yesterday. There's no wor ii iio»n with ua at present; but we have done no good by coming here, aud shall do tone I expect." • Thai's not the ...

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. — 1 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH; rap TO AUV JSKTl»Kß».—Tht'cinmUUo» otuit Dispatch is thus tikis as large as that of say other Dally paper In the City Of iUehmoad. It Is therefore greatly superior to any other as a medium of advertising. RtefiSlONß, VA.r Friday Msrshgj tfctobey 1, lS3'i' L a&rtad froes the elty ew Dispatch sent to then for any period of time tney may desire, by leaving their orders and paying Uie sash for the lime specked. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, Oct. Ist, is now ready, and for sale at this office. We annex a digest of its most interesting contents: Editorial — Rostopchin's Pamphlet; The Conflagration of Moscow: Vive la Bagatelle: Kindness to Strangers; The Guano Question; Magnificent Fowls; Cochran's Quartz Cr " Bl >- er; Col. Benton and Senor Ramirez; The Val ley of the Amazon; Cuba; Purser Smith; Ve lasco and Noifoik; The Feast of Tabernacles; Classical; The Lynchburg Express and Our selves; Returning Reason; The Japan Expe dition; Madame Sontag's First Concer...

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. — 1 October 1852

THE latest news. of General Ci tit Shotc. i> c|s Kt. Sept. 28. —Gen. Scott arrived , A placr T«»t night, and waa met by the *- ,w ft" Georgetown, and a large delegn -1,118 if citir.eoi. He made no speech, merely "kinking the Citiaeni for the favorable recep- I'in at their hand?, and expressing in warm e his sense of the hospitality ami kindness J'/had met with i" Kentucky; During his fl „ from Blue Licks, the citizens on the Mel ius route turned out freely, and hia run lace was sever it times stopped to receive 1. .reetmgJ of the villages on the road. The crowd in attendance at the fair is im -ense. and it >* estimated that 32,000 persons rf on the grounds, a large number of whom 8 ,i\ ,i R . s A circle was finned, with Gen. s£or in the midst, when Hon. G. W VV iI - lian en behalf cf the Barbour Agricultural Si cief • introduced Scott to the audience, and made» hwt address, welcoming him to the *?•" , Kentucky. G«n. Scott replied in a heaji. 'I am ' eloquent speecn, which was ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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