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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH ""Wcsi'Kßs i* Baltimore —In the Baltimmrr Patriot of Friday evening we find re eorfrd two murders, commuted in open day in At) city: A most wanton and unprovoked murder was committed about •) o'clock yesterday af■rrnoon. on William Hutchinson, captain nod ■•rt owser of th.e schooner Harmonia, ot Rneoteague, (Va ) lying at Light streei wfcorf. Several lads had been stealing from various boats at the wharf, and two of them Wing detected on the Harmonia were ordered «,fT bv Hutchinson. One of them named Tfcouias Donnelly, about IS years of age, adwanted towards the captain, and applying to tmn on'oppmbrious epithet, rein-irked that he was man enough for him, and immediately wade a How at him, striking him in the It f: fer.-ast. The Captain on placing his hand to bis breast found that he was stabbed, and sal <vv» ii, and in 1 or .0 ni.nutes expired. Donnelly was promptly arrested by Mr. Charles Pwrce. with the bloody knife in his hand, and • tihthe assistan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 October 1852

"vol. 3-NO 7 V.'ik DAILY DISPATCH A COWARDIN. Proprletoi. HUGH R PLEASANTS, Editor. •V ."JWM i *m< Fi«.«•i» 1 i'O .tioiM *: N Wi'h the v.ew t f nffording an op , : n inducement to Masons generally, , M • ■ •J: _:im»ge t i Mount Vernon ; November tit xt, in cotspaiiy wilh c>' Ni> 4, which Lodge initiated r, .nto the mysteries . t Ma* nry bun'red yia > ago, the tare wiil . n i: - occasion as follows: •ti i.-.i a >i trom Mount Vernon. .85 00 . r i *-o do do do .. 4 IK) re :> r'.ck-bKtg do do do .. 2£o .I":. ek do do do .. aOO Meal* Extra. w. . i ftve th- Klchmond Depot at 5 t.«- v on ti " morning ot the 4th of No- ■ j I ut M.'.' rd a sufficient time tor 1 -'s to breakfast The hour of departure ,f„'tt ur; w-U be AM. Returning, , » reach Fiedeiicasburg at 7P. M., | 7Richmond about 10 P. M sp eudid stewner BALTIMORE, with suita- ' i!. iiiJ a good hand ot music on board. f „ :..r • t> from the Ciei kto Mount Verno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tWTO <y£e DWPATCM U THERE TIMES a* law M that Of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. 11 ta therefore greatly superior lo any other •• a medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Tuesday M«rning,Qrtobrr *6, 1854. rri 'he person who has in possession the ftfh volume of Shakspeare's works, belonging to this office, will pleaae return it. A BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF DANIEL WEBSTER. There is no department of literature so entertaining, and at the sahie time so insiructive, as biography. Nothing so stimulates the energies of youth a» to read of the tiinls and difficulties which extraordinary men have passed through, and the manner in which they have surmounted them. Few men, who have figured in the world, had more to contend with in early life than the subject of this brief memoir, and none have come out more triumphant f,om tiie ordeal. §|The first ancestor of Daniel Webster, on the father's side, of whom auy thing is known, fettled in the town of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 October 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. "7,( last ifo'tent* ani Death of Daniel Webster. MAF.snriKin, 10 o'clock, Saturday ever . \lr Webster is not now expected to ... an heiir. and i* himself momentarily ex- , [!..£ il) fin i! summons with great calmr - icnation and composure. l<i.iii»c (h nlte.rnoon and evening he ha* , .*(,| freely, and with great clearness and in r. itioii to til-- disposal of Ins private ... He cave, full directions in relation to j i rt 1 inp 'he most minute statement of * • m i' giiid to them. |.i i. in the afternoon, he w.-.s seized . » ,>•!.; nausea, and ruined considerable A rt. t'nged with blood, which left •. :sfc »>f great exhaustion and debiliI ,v~icians in nitendanee then an- .[ . ,c M • W ehsier that Ins lust hour » .) ■ approaching, lie received the !I! c ilmly. ond tl rooted nil the - . i'ie family lo be called in, to encli «m ho addressed individually u few . e parting woids, and bid them a . i . He t:iTi took his leave ot his r ;:ni-nt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Cirn*H*' (lre the Washington Cut, Oct. iEid, 1853. We hare a cold, dreary, chilly day, a premoidtary rjrnpt. mof the approaching winter. Having bwn honored with the pretence of that ancient personage, "Jack Frost." for three sueceaaive nlgrts, we m«y reasonably calculatc on a speedy visitation of wet weather. , Arrangement! are making to greet the arrival of tieneral Scott In W»s<nn<ton with every demonstration of respect. He ia expected thin aitornoon. Some of those who were prefent, report that the Democratic barbecue at Rockvilje yesterday, wa», to every sense of the word, a epirited affair. James Buchanan of n*lt:more, P. barton Key and Mr. Overtoc ol Washington. Robert Ould ol Georgetown, and o:h-r» addressed the meeting. Miu ; h enthusiasm prt railed. A large body of Whigs wiii attend she Whig barbecue, to be given at Biudcbaburg to-morrow (Saturday.) Tnr po'itlcal excitement is daily becoming more intense. The most reckless and absurd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 October 1852

VOL. -l-NO 8 THE DAILY DISPATCH Ao A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUC 1 R. PLEASANTS, Editor. _,H V? KN't'N —With the vew of hjfording an op . v ami ri) inducement to Masons generally. i Mas nic pi gtitnage to Mount Vernon , r . : i -i h f November next, in company with i - . r g Lo4ge. N■ 4, which Lodge initiated ( - nut m into the mysteries of Masjnrv J. t -y. one hunirrd y<a>» ago, the ia re will I • • ir don th«occ*sion as f. liloW" : , ,i » nd to ai.d irom Muut Vernon..ss 00 t: :u M i i<i <o do do do .. 4 00 > ,'i i-re t-rlrksbui g do do do .. 250 t ' q ,'.l Creek do do do .. 200 Imlk Extra. Vi.et. i-. w .1 leave the Rlcbmond Depot fit 5 cfc ; cirely. <>n the morning ol he 4:h of NoT . ;n ir. : J at p at Miltord a sufficient time tor •rt rs to breakfast The hour ol departure ;• ,n i i'di ricks; v.r»! w.ll be ej A. M. Returning, in-. •» w.il reach Kiederickabuig at 7 P.M., a : Ck.. nocd about 10 P. M. it. .-;m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 October 1852

. THE daily dispatch. OTTO Al»VKKTlHKK*—Thsetreal«Uoo of tb« Dispatch it thrb* timbb a*large M that or anj other Daily paper in the City of Richmond. It U therefore greatly superior to any other •• a ■isdiuß) of advertising. RICHMOND* V A.i WedaMday Morning, October 27» [ The peraon who has in possession the 6th volume of Shakspeare'a works, belonging to thia office, will pleaae return it. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTiCE OF DANIEL WEBSTER. [continued.] The reputation which Mr. Webster had obtained in his native State, must have followed him to Washington, for we find that he was appointed, at once, a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, at that time, and under the peculiar circumstances, the most important of all. It was not long before he justified the confid*nce which had been reposed in him.— Hia first speech, upon a resolution ofiVred by himself, to enquire cf the President in what maimer the intelligence was first communicated to this government of the decree of the French Governmen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 October 1852

the latest news. ~fh tiKci for Webster—Day Fixed for the funeral. Po«to>, Oct. £•>—The death of Mr. Web ,-er i< the rnert -sing topic of convernation „ ~j, , .ircommuiiiiv. Emblems of mournioe s , -r.tr up «U ovprthe oily. I'lte Merchants* J»\>«!->l«ce, nflil all the public build* D #f. art- deeply draped. t m r, :i,„ for IKe purpose of making giiiia■urtit!. iii' >>'* 1,1 honor the illustijou* dead, , t i o-io Hi she Exchange this morning It wax , [•, | i I uui 'iit musof citizens. By , j r ~ neriwr, all .Stale ofliees are t mid I us.ness in a great meaouie sub j; i- iiiiH I fii > tiled I hat the funeral is to .. on Fii.liy next, tlif foody ol"ihe de-im-d remaining in »!«»« until that tune — ti. n. i' r-'- » ill attend tho fuueral. Alt poli- ? vo i r ,*are entirely Nuspended. ( s\t i.i'. N- 11., Oof. "■> — Tin re was a ' iwl r t , i he!.! at the State House to-day ii i'-' itioiic were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. t'arreapaaffaca of the Dltpaiel. Washington Citt, Oct. 85th, 1839 Agiin ia the nation called upon to moorn the loss of as eminent Statesman and Patriot. The dash > f the electric telegraph haa announced to you the death ot Danikl Wxbstki. Hia apirit haa loft ita tabernac'e of flesh. That giant intellect, which waa without it* pe?r, ia now palsied and dumb iti the eold emoraee of death. Oar whole people will pesl the anthem of woe, in view of thia solemn and painful visitation How sad ia It to contemp atctha rapid pacsini away of the great men of > arth ! While deploring thia great National loss, there is some conauUtiou in the thought that Mr. Webster nobly and triumphantly accomplished the work pr< - videulially aaaigoed t<» him. ere he was called henre to commune with kindred spirits in, we trual, a better and happier world. The crowning act »> h;g eventful tifa, was undoubtedly hi« poweitul effort in the S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 October 1852

VOL. 3 -NO 0 ""HE DAILY DISPATCH /AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PuEaSANTS, Editor. Vt I't; ttUl 'I.U.r, I'D .llotAl' til V ►^—\N ifh the v.ew i f affording an op : ii i'v a' i an inducement to Masons generally, I k : aMm >i»ic pi grinoafß to Moubt Vernon ; , 4 ,i November in xt, in company with ' c ' -'I'' N 4. which Lodeo initiated (. . ■ \\ n into the niysterii sof Mas >nry v. ombandred y. arc i, the fare will ■ . ;(, 1 »n the i :'C»*ton a* folh'W*: j. r.dto and from Mount Vernon..ss 00 ; (ri sj ,~d ro do do do .. 4 (K) i !C. Fr»vli - Hcki>buig do do do .. 'J T-0 • a *:j Ciei'Jt do do do "00 Extra. Tnetr r, wi'.l leave the HI Depot at 5 o' * , c si-'.y. on the morning of he 4th of No- . ; 8, i tjop at Milford a sufficient time tr r i . -rg< .* to breakfast The hour of departure j,nl r. i t ricksburg w.!l be A. M. Returning. j,r./ a will reach Krederickaburg at 7 P.M., i. Su In. 'i d -ib ut !0 P. M ). n;i'i udid »:e-.mer BALTIMORE,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. or TO AUVKltTlnKKw—Tb.circulation Of the Dispatch i« tHiw timbs a* large a* that •f any other Daily paper In the city of iuehinoßd. II la therefore greatly superior to any other as a Median of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.« Thursday Morning, October SiS, 1H32. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF DANIEL WEBSTER. [CONTIKVED.] We come now to tho most brilliant period of Mr. Webster's life. Gen. Jackson had taken his seat on the 4th of March, 18'29. From that period he had waged, what the Adams men of that day regarded as a relentless war against the friends of the late Administration At that time, Mr. Calhoun, the Vice-President, was on terms of the utmost intimacy with Gen. Jackson. Mr. Havne, the Senator from South Carolina, was regarded at the time, and justly regarded, as one of the ablest and most brilliant men in the Senate, lie was the warm, personal friend cf the Vice-President, and, of course, in" timate at the White House. In addition to him, the Administration was eustai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 October 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. pOf tMorient Examination of the botiy of Mr. W'cbttfr. Boston. Oct. 2t>.—l learn from Marshficld, i morniup, 11:ai by consent of bin family, the . obtained permission lo make n postr!, examination of Mr. Webster's body.— (snt x.iminatiOß, il was discovered that llie im- . lie cause of his death was a disease of the \rr«i d Hemorrhage of the bowels, superinjC( ( j | \ a inor!>id state of the blood. Usymp- .!« . f dr» pcy »'ft« also discovered in tl.eab- ; mtiph , Webster dictated li is will himself with rei. ii!-"' l ''' particularity and precision, and at ' iigth, two day a before bis death, tlta • >a . papers have all been sealed up, and, *,'hii,s will, have been deposited in the vault ~i'<ueo! the Boston Bank", where they will ni n tiil »tt>-t the f.tmral. Hi* executor* are - « 'V. t'.troline l.rroy Webster, Fletcher f l tt r. •- i,i 1» Hlatchford of Sew York Frankim Fierce has written to the family, ning t i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 October 1852

TH£ DAILY DISPATCH. ~Thb Cmambkr or Death.—The Boston Bee. in remarking upon the death of Mr. Web ster, say§: i f eW momenta after he had expired, Mrs. \Vebsier entered the room to g"*<» upon the iiieless remains of her beloved partner. The scene is beyond description. Her grief found utterance in the most exquisitely agonizing tones of sorrow. So affecting a M-ena we have never witnessed. It w.-re va.n to attempt to milror it had we the power to do so. 11 was a picture never to be torgotten. We saw Mr. Webster storm a few moments after death. Though it was much chaneed. , Pf ,h« re were those characteristics of the great man, strong in death as they had been in life. PcLiTiCAt..—Messrs. Oliver P. Baldwin and Win. H. Macfarland are advertised to address the Whigs of Petersburg to-night. Mr. James Lyons was to address the Democracy iast night. fjp* An unoccupied building owned byMr. Lewis Luneford, in Cbeettrfield, opposite Petersburg, was destroyed by fire Tuesday A fire ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 October 1852

VOL. 3--N0 10. THE daily dispatch VAS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLiD AS A NTS, Editor. rr iii aaa— r sszzaggg i** ff «ww* " | iMrMI I*ll,liHl.tiAt.lv ru iHOt VI I v I liN >Nitb thi v.i>w i f affording an opit...! an inducement to Mesons generally, » , Mas :iie { : primage to Mount Vernon „ ,4 : November r.r xt, in company with i'g Lodge.No 4. which Lodge initiated ,■ \\ i-sungt n into the mysteries of Mas nry ,u. . -iy, one hundred y. » r « aj[o, the fare wili j, on the occasion as tolow-: j. . milo a. d Iron Vernon..ss 00 I rr. "I .lord to do do do .. 400 Fre,i rickshutg flo do do .. 5! 50 'q-ia Creek do do do .. 'J 00 r*lenls« Extra. " : bp ■■ in will leave the R1 hmond Depot at 5 f ,\ , : c • iy. on the morning ol the 4tl of No- , ... . r and si p a! Millord a sufficient time tor i _ sti breakfast The h .ur of departure . .:. i iin t ck'ourg w-11 be 8J A. M. Returning, »i. s mil rewch Fredericksburg at 7 P.M., a . K:it ■ ' d «%!• ut 10 P. M. K- ►; ri....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry TO AUVKKTIHKIW.—' Thr circulation of'the Dispatch U thus times as large as that Of any other Daily paper tn the city of Richmond. It Is therefore greatly superior to any other aa a sodium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Friday Klorning, October 39» 1552. The Weekly Dlspateh For Friday, Oct. !», is now ready and for sale ftt this office. We subjoin heads cf the most i»teresting articles : Editorial. —Havana; Death ot Daniel Webster, The Southern Planter; Trial of Jane and John Williams; Particulars of the Execution of John Williams; Making Bricks; Bequests for Charitable Purposes; Arrival of the Ckbeent City; Southern Manufacturers' Bank; Bi ographical Notice of Daniel Webster; Smaller Articles. £ Mueellancout.—Full Report of the Execution of John Williams and closing Religious Services; Obituary of Mr. Gwathmey; Proceedings o< James River and Kanawha Company; Also of M. E. Conference and Presbyterian Synod; Last Hours and Death of Daniel Webster; Cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 October 1852

the latest news. ADDITIONAL NEWS BY THE NIAGARA. The lolloping items embrace the most im f cr.aot news fr.im England. The ship I'rince Albert report* that (tie Arc-PT-mluwii i" Wellington channel were , ,'j Wlt |, 0.,ph0.,ph weather, and there wsn a "roup j r.'babtlity that Sir John Franklin had -..i .jjat awav• V,,i. yacht America hnd beaten the new •i jwh'licht in n recent rrce, by 'JO minutes. •t'*V'-'i*'ilic'i.ce of the owner of the America • |ne.-"i»'.'n> Erith to the Nor had been aci'v the yacht Volante ami the new iion r u. l» 4o» ned. l . irJ i f Carlisle had written a pref. ee . ;~r l oin's Cabin, which was designed . r ;r a. ?.a the criticism ot the London ' 1 ("ambermere had been nominated for ■ "of the Tower of London, vice I'h \\ <'iingtou. The Earl i f Derby had .. »u vlecwd"Chancellor ot Oxford L'nivei- * meeting of Iron masters bad been held -"Wolverhampton relative to the preseit " r Vol iron. The recent raise was ap- ved. French papers are til...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 October 1852

the daily dispatch. COMMERCIAL. HICIIMUM) .HAHKJETH. per tht tettk ending Tkurtday Eteninf, Oet 28. (ca**rrLLv corhkctsd.) BACON —Virginia cured, hog round, lOJtoll cents prime Western and Baltimore Sides 101 to 10i cents; Shoulders !>i to 9j cts. A great many inferior Shoulders are In market liams 1.1 to 14c, *°BITTKR \s in b-tter supply Firkin 18 to 20 cts per lb.: t-esh Roll *1 to 25 ; Goshen 20 to 22 cents. BEESWAX 22 a 23 cts. per lb.—with small re : oN S ANn COTTON YARNS.—The trade in Cotton here is limited. The quotations are 10i to 10* cts. Cotton Yams le CU per lb. COFFEE—OId Java U to 12; Laguayra ?>} to 91, Kio 'Ji to cis . Cape 8} a 9 eta; Manilla 12$ CANDLES —Tallow 13a 13j; Hull's patent 14; Sperm 4:! a 45, Adamantine 22j a 27J. Jacksons patent 14. COAL—IO to 124 cents on board for good mixed, ftne sad lump; 9to 11 cents tor blacksmith's coal. CORN—We note sales atbij to ,0 cents. CORN MEAL—7S to 8 J cents per bushel. FLOUR —Sales it $4i to 4j. FL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 October 1852

VOL, ?*«NO 11 the DAILY DISPATCH AS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PJuiiASANTS. Editor ,J ,MIM( PlI-tiul.UAl.i'. I'O.Udl.M >1 \ .-.iINON — With the view of affording an op ir and an inducement to Mason* centrally, ■» aM ' "iic [: gritnage to Mount Vernon ~ 1 4h il S >vember c<xt, in company with , . irsfbv. N i 4. which Lodge initialed V\ asiiinjton into the mysteri<>« i f Mas ,nrv i . utday, itiehunfrrd yea s ago, tho tare wiil be redue.-d on the occasion as follow*: i .iK- hmondto and from Mount Vernon..s3 00 i-rorn Mi lord do do do ..4 (X) . . ii hre . rick-b-itg do do do .. 52 50 i Ao-ia Creek do do do .. 200 .>Je:il« Extra. The tr&ia w.'.l leave the Richmond Depot at 5 :.»•* precisely. cn the morning of '.he 4th of N,jTern '* ", and st.-p at Mo ford a sufficient time for >-! i »''rs to Breakfast. The hour ot departure Icm i- reder.cisiiurrf will be A. M. Returning, will reach Fredericksbu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 October 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. f jar TO ADVEKTIHBttH.-Thecirculatloe of the Dispatch is th*h times u large as that •f any other Daily paper in the «utj of Richmond. It Is therefore greatly superior to any other as a msdltun of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.t Hitird«T Moraing, October 30, 1854. EUROPEAN NEWS. The intelligence brought by the Washington and Niagara, is of universal interest in man* respects. That which will be most in terestinj to us, on this side of the Atlantic, relates to the grain market, which was uncommonly active. In another column, we publish the speech of Louis Napoleon at Bordeaux. It will be seen that be scarcely disguises his resolution to accept the crown. The signs from all parts of France, seem to indicate that he will go in upon a flood-tide of popularity. The French know best what suits them, we suppose, nnd they certainly have a right to settle their own government in their own way. In the mean' time, it is cheering to the friends of humanity to see that the embryo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 October 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. Cm iforma Nrws.— We find but little additional California news by the Falcon, in the papers received last evening. The Falcon brought 2t?o passengers, nnd | (Xi.ooo in gold. She left Aspinwall on the ; ;i), and tl.p Georgia left on the same dav lor ">e» Yt. rk with 300 passenger?, and f 1,000.000 n cold on freight. Business »*» dull on the Istinnus. Political meetings were being h» ld in various pans of California, and tlie Presidential ,-fi: paign was being conducted with a jjreat jpnl of spirit. 1 r ship S. S. Bishop, of Philadelphia, tnd , cwhaler Huntress o! New Bedford, had , • n totally lost on the coa«t of Kimscaika. f... m«s were saved, tut suHired terribly ou t' ore. i,"apt. l.ottd, ot the ship Challenge, died of ;)> - lii' iy on the2oth oi July. /off oj the Ship Hoogley, S,~c. j Oct.2S.—Reports from Shanghai ( ,'Utice llie loss of the ship Hoogley, of Bos- ' a San Francisco. Alm>. the barque V : lope, owned and insured iu B...

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