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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Corrrnpondrncc of Ike W'ashinutos, Oct. 9th. Yesterdav, at noon, the "Bank of the Union" iu this citv. sii-pendsd payment. In due process of time, the trustee?, to whom has been referred the affairs of the bank for adjustment, will redeem its issues as far as practicable. I lie notes oI this concern werewidelv circulated, hereabouts and elsewhere, anil the excite tnent created by this suspension has been very Sr The blow falls heavily on the poorerclasses, *»nnv of whom have lost rhei. all. I o-day a run ha. be. n mad • on the "Bank ot the Repub he" and other mushroom affairs of the same ilk. and most it not all ol them, must go by "'peoob' 1 at a distance should bew are how they handle !he worthless trash issu-d by irresponsible and. in some cases, imaginary banking cooccurs in Washing lon. We have seen notes on several banks purporting to be located iu Washington, and the most searching enquiries as to their whereabouts, have so fur been unavailing. Ni i'her Pr...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 October 1852

VOL. 2-NO ?*i»o XIIK H-ULY DISPATCH IAS. COWA.RDTN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. "the >i:f/.l RE OP THE CORNELIA. Curtain \\ ard. n),d 1 tolation I . S. Mm! Haas. it hnv r.rri>.:dat New Vork .11' • w,! have the fallowing detailed .rc-s outrage committed upon • I the s. iziiic of the .Mail bag--. ii a i .'I >epti tuber the Cornelia was t 1 : Custom llnuse. hauled from the w , t:. • b'tti r bag hav iug been delivered i. \' i> e \ Co, the consignees for . . , : -- :i to the I oiled Siati 8, the ship got , r _h >he armed without molesta- ■ guard ship lying at the mouth of ?r, when she was boarded by the .. - accompanied ! y some Spanish j. i- who ordered the ship to be anchored. r j , f ~tii was instantly obeyed, but troin the i jsiiit n 1 i the vessel at the time, and the 5 jj-ijwi -- . • mouth i ' the harbor—hav~,r . . m.;: .--»-: it water to turn in—she - . preat hazard of being lost* The officials . i'Captain Ward if h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. -jy viM KKTI •"Kltf».~Thfctrcu!iitUm Of the DITATCH !» THRFK TIMK? R» IhrgC K» th»« or »ny other Daily P*P"r in < hP Cl, y Kichmoud. It t« therefore greatly superior to any other »■ a ni'dfum of advertising. Hit II MOM». * A.: TburNilny Marnln),, t'rtoltrr (.1 HA. We publish, in another column, a circumstantial account of the treatment extended to the Cornelia by the authorities of Havana. The New York Express justly remarks, that the incident is full of provocation; but we do not agree with that paper and the Journal ol C ommerce. that the treatment of the captain was strictly according to the law i 1 nation?-. It is i;ue that the law ot nations prescribes to every captain and c rew of a vessel, visiting a foreign port, the sdk lest obedience to the laws of the country to which such port belongs, and to the regulations ami by-laws which appertain more particular!* to the port itself. It is true that the law so! Spain require passengers, leaving lv of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 October 1852

THK LATEST NKWS. J'rnns y!va nui filed ion. *;"! , it l.i id in Pennsylvania Tues av i> r Canal Commissioner, Judge <>l the Su- . ; . Court, Members of Congress, Members 1 >: tv I. ,■ -! iture and eounlv otfic«-rs.— 1 inti-li-. i •••• received lift evening, through , ir northern exchanges. indicates die election • \\ a 'ii. d-miierat, to tlie Supren e xto 10.WO mojoritv. Wtr. H ; •»- - • cti'd Canal Commi-siont r, j .■i by a smaller majority. Tbc vote in the > i i. - was very small. there being i■ on both sidi although the rt t losr was to the The whig i M >or of Philadelphia has .VM i} r.;v. t' •• whit; candidate for sluriti - r.iy in the city* We received ■ '• 1 ■ -;:-iph,the following dispatch. s - .vj- r «.n oar brSletin board: • i.••!*<■!- rats in Pennsylvania hsveelect* . : kit by a majority of S to ]().. i v : ! t M'mbers « : Congress has not ir \ .1 ext. :r. It is stall d ; I ■ • w;.. , for ( i igr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. F«on Mr.xico.—By th»» Bmk Flash, intelligence has been received from the City Mexico to the llt'i of September. There wan no change in the political situation of the <ountry. It is reported that the revolution o' Vera Cruz is becoming more and more mysterious. General Marin, alter hating gone to Orizaba, and declared the siege to the places where the revolution had taken its origin, did not think proper to fight with the revolutionists, and returned to .Jalapa. Among the tare events announced in the papers is the fact that the comlucta had arrived in Vera Cruz from the City of Mexico without being attacked by robbers! Nothing had been resolved upon relative to the Tehuantepec question. Ship Destroyed bv Liuhtmm;. —By the i lanklin we have accounts (t the total destruction of the ship Mai-e, oi tineenstown, on the 3d of August, while oft" the Island of Malta.— The vessel was struck by lightning, which passed down her mainmast, and striking the hull, sep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 October 1852

VOL. 2-NO 301 I\\ :> \!LY DISI'A ten 'A'" COWARDIN. Proprietor HH -R. PLEAS ANTS, Editor THE RED EAR; c I .Si: 111 FROLIC i t i s. At;iHt R. 1 stii.-t", the merrymakings have a -s üb» ;.t them never seen in r hi — , nor villages. Oterweening , . - not come in to fetter the mo i dv, in rto .-mother the laugh in < . Feeling and action me in c tistiip. You come nearer to naied by eusTom and unnllccted gr \ : v making j. <ir excellence is a New i ; f: ■ 11.c. Ihe husking frolic n I | » .u:< a d fl' ient ariair altogether.— 1 :■ -I cut ..n gvtion negroes front the .iifitc'tis l. r.r a' ;,nri?who. while j vwi uike tin -, r vocal almost tor miles •,ij v,; •, i;.- .r i ■ ■'< melodies, a few of u I hi l .." been rendered familiar to ears I ,| ( - • • >•:!< i.-.i. is" who have so highh | i public during the past two or ltj>t r \ - .', »t the North, tiie"husking," . ,t j," draw : together the gentle t % ing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. £§»* TO AO* KKTlWEKN.—' recirculation Of the Dispatch is thrkk times *» large m that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It !• therefore greatly iuperlor to any other at a medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.: Friday Morning, Ortolicr I^-V^ " LOUIS NAPOLEON. A French gentleman, who is a strong oppo nent of the einbyro Emperor of the !• tench, has requested as to translate, ar.d publish in the Dispatch, the following letter, written fiom Paris to the editor of the New Oilcans Bee. and bv him published on the French side of that paper. The writer, it will be seen, makes a gieat outcry on account of the men who were banished to Cayenne. For our own part, we have not a tear to shed. They were the men who might have saved France, and who ruined her. It was the thrusting forward, and acting upon their vile isms, that produced the state of anarchy, of which I.ouU Napoleon took advantage. They ruined their country under the pretence of being her best friend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 October 1852

THK LVTEST NEWS. /Vu n»y Irau ia I '.lection. 'j ' p fallowing is the summary cf returns received Pennsylvania by last evening's IT: i \\ : Ijt tn'.n is in 1* counties as .! with the Whig vote in is.'tl, when i) | er , Drmix r.tr, had 8,465 majority in the : Tin \V bigs gain Assembly men in ivlkill and Northampton counties. The 1111 \«seiublymcn in Dauphin 0. iv. I i' -ilonal delegation from Hie <: ve « ! si si ti ii li Democrats to 11 Whigs; , »• 1 .-Democrats t.-k'' \Vhig>; u i«n Whif members, i ] i' ' t. Col. Florence, Democrat. _ I t '..llrii'S^. J-. i ! 1 -'ret, Mr. (."handler, \\ ted i v :i hindsouie inajori i': •(! Di-tnet, .Mr. Robbing, Dense i. 1' i !ua N -ith A:neric-n, wbig. * * i Scott una <jraha.ii by at , 1 ;; 11 r, ty. <> , o Medians. T;;e eic tin nOhio »«e for State officers *«>• gress and the Legislature. ] ;ta tied ii. the .\oithern papers re,-, » ' >> uing, arc decidedly favora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. COMMERCIAL HIt'IIJIO.M) MAKKETM, fjr ikt vttk rnding Thursday Evening, Oct M. [CARKrrI.LV COBKKCTKD.] BACON—Virginia cured, hog round, llitollj cent*; prime Western and Baltimore Sides 11 J to H'| cts: Shoulder* '.<i to 9§ et«. A gTeat many in tenor Skouiders are in market Hams 13 to He, •mi scare. Bt'TTKR t* in hotter supply Firkin 18 to "0 cts per ll> ; t-e»h Koii 23 to 2.5 <ii>*hen 20 22 cent*. B&KBWAX—22 a 89 cts. p-'r lb.—with small re ce.pt" no chan.-e. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trade Id Cotton iier< la limited. The quotation* trc JOj to 10J ct». Cott in > am» lr ct« per lb. COFFKE—OM Java 11 hto It!: l.aguajra nj to S»i . Rio :<» to ■.<' c< . Cape fi a :>i ct- . Manilla t"4CANIU.KS- lh !..w i;'a 13J : Hu_. <i patent 11; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22Ja27j. Jackson < patent 14. . OOAi. I to :2J cents on board lnr g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 October 1852

VOL. 2—NO THK DAILY DISPATCH iAS A COWAR DIN, Proprietor HUGH R PLEASANTS, Editor. IIIM.I.KTT A" AMU HMO. 1; Hi -l'l .r US AND PAPER HANGERS, 11> t.ovemor Mrcet, y\y r s-l re ir FVI stock ' I French and \ 1 it t R HANGINGS . 1 every quality uchucdfrom the beltfactories ha this 1 >nce, many of them very rirli and , : - 1 very complete assortment of curmice*, gimps, tassels, carls, banris. - -ii. ». in •. .rat v»t.: ty, wndow blinds I-*1 Holland tor shades, a supti r .» ■ mi cl 'tn*. coco tna' ing, curled hair a!. .o* eaT'esnes. feather beds, buistexs and , w> • 'ift: quality, with many other arti J» * . a.io: which w.i t.r sold on tair terms »• i l'*| -t Hanging and Upholstering done t w Li 11 try, at the shortest notice and by . -a km. n. se 16—3 m JKiI.KM will be received at • F. -iii'.r .-taunt, .n till the i 4 th day of p, v 1- 1i 1 «di 11 c and Masonry ot titt<-en miles - o a Central Raii Road, extending jy -n C < s- twenty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. r~- TO AI»VKKTI*KK*— recirculation of this Dispatch t. thkkk times a. «K» that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond, ll 1i therefore <rre»tly »uperior to any other a* a medium of adverti«in)f. ttICn.MOND, VA.t Saturday Morning, October 16. IWi. SIXTEEN I'll OF OCTOBER This is the anniversary of the surrender of Ulm.by the Austrian General Mack, to the Emperor Napoleon, 180.5. This occurred during th*t marvellous campaign, which terminated with the battle of Austerlitz. The French Emperor having been disappointed in Ins project* for the invasion of En. gland, and learning that the Russian troops were on the march to unite themselves with those of Austria, for the purpose ol invading France, determined to anticipate them. He trusted his secret to nobody but the Elector of Bavaria, whom the Austrtans were endeavoring to force into the coalition. Supported by the promises of Napoleon, that Prince refused, and retired to the North of his dominio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 October 1852

tub latest news, Innyyldituit Elect ion r „, r ai»m run, Oct. 11 — The returns front \\ i sti :n counties show still larger nisjef.- ~< ~n Slate IioU« i than those in the Eastern counties for the democrats, and the majority \\. wrd as Judge of tbeSupreme Court, «■ .! ll< cm 1 -n~ C iiinl Commissioner will, it ,j, iirir i: '' I short ot 10,000. I r ;i' * fho* that eleven whigs and 11 . ci,. vint- -.I.' »"I«vteJ to Congress—a whig £;i;rii'twi fhe 12th district has been in J.i. ■ now probable that Wright, ... . ! so Congress over Fuller, whig 1' » \ -I . si, ali. ough the district gave j, ~ tor Governor, a majority ot 2,1 ■ . :* > -if. < >!iio l'.lections. ("i i■ ; : v-: . <Vt. 1 J—We have received returns !iom 30 counties, which show a gain f ihe tlem rotie >tate ticket of 2,'JliO as coiti . a »oi'' tii (ii n. ('ass, who carried . v nvcr 17,0(10. The probable ma- ( S:ate is tlierefne set down at • i tiiiicrat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. AWFUL TRAGEDY. We find the following narrativeon the French Bide of the New Orleans Bee, dated 6th September, and we translate it because one of the parlies has a large connection in Virginia. — We kr,ew many members of his family in Kentucky. It may have been published before, but we have never seen it. From the Bee. "Sandwich Islands—The news f.om the Sandwich Islands, received by way ct San Francisco, is of very little interest. It is varied, however, by one incident of a most tragical character. "The Swedish bark Sacramento sailed from San i ; nncifco for Honolulu. On the passage, a voung Kentuckian named Woolloik, about nineteen \ears old, had a falling out with n Germs:! named Johnson, about acrucked pitcher, wlti; h the latter claimed as his property. — Woo. Ik becoming very angry, armed himself wirh a revolver, and with the utmost coolre?.', s. -ji Johnson through the heart. The passer,gt iS immediately seized the murderer, ■ml put it to the vote to say w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 October 1852

;~Nl) : >"> , *)\ILY DISPATCH COW A.RDIN, Proprietor. uASANTS, Editor. I v ,*>. IMtKRMtN, - •. s > l\\ I K HANGERS, , >\ i rnor >treel. , fail stock o( French and (j U IKGINGS • qvi'i:y •st (art • <* .a t I- • n«ny of tbea very rich and I ■ complete a<sortai"nt i f curt«»»• >• ca- i- UiiiiK, t \ : tv, w r.ijow oimds 1 *n.i 1 >r thaucs, a superb r - mat..eg, curled l>a;r — - • -alber beds, bo'aters acid : itj- with many other H'ti waich will bo sold on lair : .tiding i.nd Cpholilering done y. at the shot test notice mid by ~ji. *e 16—3rn • i'ui M rU(ir»*tl."> W . te lecened at S .it • •• Suunten till the 14th day of v G. vhtu «r ' Ulaaotiry ot filteen »Central Kail Road, extending , •- twentj milei west of sStaaatao. to . i t.Ltoii m.lcs in mile seealso e received ft r hauling the - a :cr-,»i the mountain , fjr the ad, from Hie west ce i f 15 tr. .c* ; a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. mw TO A OVEKTIMEKH.— ThecfrcuUtloo of th« Dispatch i» thisi timks •« of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It (« therefore greatly iupertor to any other M a medium of advertising. hichmond, va.> Monday .tlomin*; October IS, EIGHTEENTH OF OCTOBER. This is the anniversary of one of our most brilliant naval victories. It was obtained in 1812, by the American eloop-cf war W asp» overth? British sloop Frolic. It was fought on Sunday, as wns the battle between the L nited Slates and Macedoniar, the battle on Lake Champlain, and the battle of New Orleans. The Wasp, commanded by Captain Jacob Jones; mounted 1* twenty-four pound carronades, and had just returned front France, whither Captain Jones had been sent with despatches for our M inister at the Court of St. Cloud. Getting his vessel readv for sen, with all possible dispatch. Captain Jor.-s sailed from Philadelphia. on the 13th of October, with as gallant a set of officers as ever stept ihe qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 October 1852

Till- LATEST NEWS. , • -i',-, \V imvii-.ton correspondent of . Hl i :!I-,i Ki'.'jUirei vij j tlint Geo. Ln» , (!,■ IVsl Oilice and Navy t- . ... , i means to*end the Crcscent Cily . j; - u-iia!, on her tegular nips, and . ~ v ;iie<! on he will surrender her.— j , \ « \ * I mo# sens that it lias liren , i,-i - ue lime, that Mr. L.w had wiiilij, _ \< iii iient on the sul ject, and !ind , ier :\ltr:natiie, namely, to arm i i, > «m into Havana on his own t; i <! he, take tiie town and island C Mil :■ i. Ino oi»j« (tion. The Times v . e :itsp, tor the most pill, is _) Willi a cm ir blanche, from - it \Vi<liinjioti, it m not to hi' Vi '. I, v could accomplish am wm"l i i'"sol giievances at j| ! ic-cuc t e island from it> hi « i miser ible rulers. The I . ,'ie presence of tlie navil for e . tl . tually put an end to ait trou- /' •/ t-iit' ' <■"< Mr :ro. vO ' ,N , Oct. 13.— The I'm:ay one has v .- i - Ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 October 1852

the daily dispatch. fsitf Iron the l'/nins. St. Lot i«, Oct.!«».—A party arrived yeater<ja» at Independence, front the Plains—part of ibrni tiom fsalt Luke, and part from California. The* S ting no news of importance from Utah. " P-.isiness was recovering and a biisk trade springing up. All «a? ijittet at Fort Laramie. M ajor Fitz-patr-.'k w f daily expected tliere. The goods tor the Indian? had nut arrived at Laramie and large haiuis were atr.vin'g there awaiting their «Swlributio a. Capiat Thomas ar.d the Pueblo Indiana are at lnd- !■' tidence aid \\enlpnrt and will leave fit Santa Fe on the 10th or 12th November. ,v,j t , . t >:crr Malaza Fruit in Boston. |v >i \ Oct. 11.—'Ilie sales oftbe first csrgo <>: .V ■ ■iegn Fitiit received here, per burk "Man■ I>k place to-day and brought high l>ricr.-i. Casks blue marked, brought 6>">; bine . S box-. bunch -1,BO; hall do S, <i*:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 October 1852

VOL. 3--NO 1 THE daily dispatch JAS A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R PLEASANTS, Editor. mil « | MASONS.- Ofu « of Suptrixitn £ . .■ () :. \:>.th In.> 2.— i'r<tp'»«*is will b»v -rgc, ',-. . ■■» mlice uutii Tnursday, the 2t#t inst . si. fur the following wurk : . ut 7.">0 feet long, commencing near lU ■.n . 1 flay and 7th streets, and t'xten- £.„ < y .M.i <uh streets to a point near the , <f , » intersection of Marshall and 6:h ,'ts <■ : ;*• comneeucedat a depth of Id feet j ' v , .0.1 7th strre:, aid reach its terinij, »• « ,thol ifii l*et. its capacity will be .u v ,j . i ar, side walls to average two feet in sfc csr.•>«* ■ lad on thorough t'ag stones n.:.!,';-!. ■» and under each wall, and covered w ir.i < ftr.i:sggranite slabs—all the masonry to 1+ ..J ;i. «st cement mortar. ,x;„ i ( uivett connecting the culverts between K". sr,J ; streets, north of Clay. Caricity 3by 4 a; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. JOT TO ADVERTlHßß».~Th*circulatloo or the Dispatch U thui timbs as large M that of any other Daily paper ia the otty of Richmond. II la therefore greatly superior to toy Other aa a medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.» Taradny Morning, October 19, 1953. NINETEENTH OF OCTOBER. This day ia distinguished by three of the moat important events that the world ever witnessed. The first was the surrender of Corn, wallia at York, in the year 1731 ; an event which secured the independence of the British Colonies, and gave life to the present United States of America. The second was the battle of Leipsic, in 1813. This battle was undoubtedly the greatest, in many respects, that hasever been fought in Europe, sine* Actius defeated Attila on the plains of Chalons, fourteen hundred years age. Five hundred thousand men were engaged in it, and they used, between them, two thousand pcannon. Some accounts say that 200,000 men were left dead or wounded on the field. It was the firs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 October 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. AT)I>I ITONAL NEWS BY THE ARCTIC. ENGLARD. The ship Mobile, of Baltimore, Capt. Ttrbox, which left Liverpool on the 29th for New Oileans with <vl passengers and a crew 0f23, was totall* lost on the night of ihe 30th, on Arklow Bank, on the Irish coast by the careleas peering «f the second mate. All hands exceptl« rished and be ship went to pieces. C \\ vatt John Dolstem, John Brune and John Brisbane »ere among the survivors. (Kossuth »as living privately at Brompton. London. Lcnomy, his ex-Secretary, had been expelled fn in Malta. fhe I r r Hurling f f New York, far London, lias been abandoned at sea. The crew were saved. Mr. Bowers, the correspondent of the London Uadv News. had killed Mr. .Martin, the l'»r;s cone-ponaent ofthe Morning Advertiser, f or improper intimacy with his wile. It was motored that Lord Fuz Roy Somerset Imd been appointed Governor 01 India. The potato tr "P i' l Irelaad was uu average on* \V-slier Logan & Co....

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