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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 October 1853

OFFICIAL Tria-tut IIep?rt*?*t, ^ \V? ?H!XGT<?M. October 8, 1853.) I Noti* i.- hori'Vy ctveu to the holders of the six j p-r cnt. fit < t.? of the 1 -an authorir.i .1 hy the art of ' A; ri! 1.*, 1 -4J. and redeemable o1 st D?-enil)er, tb'i'2. ! und al*o. to the holders r.f the ,?ix pur cent. stocksof the lovi aiilborizi ,1 by ?he act of July, 184?'. redivni st.ii I^tii \i.r. iu>>? r. 185f!. tliat this department is j r> ; ar?d to ( lip hase, at any lime between tile date her *of and the fir-* day of rhvi mK'r next, to the ex tent of t wo million* of said stock. in the manner and on the t' rias hereinafter nii ntinnnl, to wit: In e i>f a;.y contingent competition. wi'hin the amount stated, preference will be jrivm in order of time in whi< h the ?\i.J stocks of either kind may be < ffiTed. Th ? certificates duly ft-'sicnid to the United States, must 1 ? transmitted to this department; n> 'i the rv ? winr<*?f, a price will he ,paid c .m 11'Undi d of the f-l...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 October 1853

THE EVENING STAB r< r*?Li*n*D trs?T 4nrww?5, (cxccrr smoAT.) .f 'kt *a Off*, on D ttrrrt, vrnr 12fA, nt>rrl\ cjmo siie the frrwg Hotel, Br WALL ACH K HOPE. To mttocnb-m in the cine. of W*s>inttnn.Grone t.,wa. sn.l .Alnandna. at .5.1 12 prr annum ,JV rtr-SIX ("ENTrl?weekly ?? .Arent*.' ' fo siu! -Mit-orber* tht *?lb?er>mjni, price ii TUBrr ? x,:s AVI) riFTVrfcK rs , nv<> !m?i.l.\rs for six months ",!d??vr .|.L4R fur THREE MOXTfld. cop?f nir. cr.%T. VOL. 11. WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 12, 1S53. NO. 248. TBI WEEKLY STAB. Thi?exerl'ent Family and New? Journal?contain tamr a preater variety of intere?tinf?Tarfmf than ean he found in any other?i* published on Saturday, xrawn. Oxr D?li ak atp T? rsrv Fire ?rtfTi p?r ptnptc ?opr. TnflnK-?Fir* e?pi?w 'or >?V00; Tti eopj?? fot : Twenty r?|?r?, Va?li, mruriaWv m edrcncr. I'(i?tki#tkrk who aet ?? ^peni* wttl he allowed ? ooiiituisfiou of twenty |m>t eei?t. hedicinfs which never fail to GIVE SATISFACTION. nl. J...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNE8DAY AFTERVOON, OCTOBER 15. ryT?in*nrc the in?rrtion of Arirrr liirnirnu ?he> iuaM be brought lo our counting-room before 12 oVIork HI., othcrni^r ibcj may not appear nnlil the next day, ? ?? - / < Mir subscribers on the Island, east ?f ~th street, have failed to get their pa pers on account of the indisposition of the carrier. All will be right in a day or two. [T7*^>me time since we sent copies of our paper containing the prospectus of our weekly to a uinnber of weekly jour nals requesting them to copy it, for which they would f>e allowed an exchange with our daily paper for one year, which was only intended for the papers which we addressed. Of late, we find papers we never heard of before copying our pros pectus and demanding an exchange. As our exchange list is already as large as we desire, we shall consider ourselves under no obligation to exchange with any paper copying our prospectus after this date. Spirit of the Mornin...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 October 1853

CITY ITEMS. , ? lv'Trr J ?"? BuiUine ?This fine building, be , V> Mr- C. Gautier, may be called * confer ,0"'r> paUcr, being erected in a Mjle of excellence ' ..hie ami to l>e fitted up with a magnifi ?rnmirp?1*-* equal to the peat saloons of NfW York, so ,,-d b> all who visit the Empire City. It stands on r'UI1,v!vania avenue, north side, betwc.n 12th and ,Th_tre?.. i? built of brown Ptone. three storiea 1, 'with a fr?nt ol *? feet, and is quite a prominent ' !? 'rt on the avenue, although not quite finished. ?orf a bring fitted up with marble ocunter*. ' . . riehlv frescoed, painted. &.C., and the saloon. <?*<* * nrt Tl" ""ml story contains m splendid parlor, dining room, onerous apartment., one of which extends . Ihe ?tore of Mr. Lewi-, adjoininr. and the third u ,i,n being arranged in a proportionate st>Ie. Ilraut'ful paper the walls, the main ceilings ,<in'.ione m fresco, and workmen are now busy . rviH'U of the most superior manufactured, MVIIIff C'...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 October 1853

OFFICIAL. Treastry Department,^ 1 WAPBTNOTOif, October 8, 1853. ) | Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fix 1 per cent. stocks of the loan authorized by tbe act of ( April 15,1842. and redeemable 3lst Iiecemlier, 1802, | and h!f*o, to the holders of the six jwr cent, stock? of the !om aatboiized by '-he act of July.lS46, redeem* able 1-th November, 185". that this department is prentnil to purchase, 8t any time between the date hereof and the first day of December next, to the ex tent of two millions of sr.id stock, in the manner end on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In ca^e of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be given in order of j tim? in which the said stocks of either kind may be offered. The certificates duly assigned to tbe United States, must be transmitted to this department; upon the receip* whereof, a price will bs ,pai<l com pounded of the followir;' particulars : 1st. The par valae or amount specified in each cer...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 October 1853

THE EVENING STAB ,, fsituMKD KVEMr *FTE?*?v>!?, (mtemrr h-kdat,) j> tkt St a Ofur. an D tfrrrf. r.tm 12/A, ner.Tlv omv? ?sit* tKt Itrewr Hotel, y B T U'.ALL ACD &. HOPE. To wh**riN r.inf haeitie* or Washington. Geor#* *??>., ??'?! Alexandria, at 9 f J2 p,.r annum imFv ??' SIV !'KX^_T1'K,V ro ,h,> To ?,i -ii i!? ri the *nt>Tri|ifton i>rn-e i* pol.M AM) FIFTY CE.\Tj* a vcarir Ttv ? !>??!.I. XRS for SIX MoVTim . *?, , *??, T ? , 'U J ' THREE in adtanre. . and OXE iVVi.l.AR ft?r THREE MONTHS. Single copixs o?t cut. VOL. II. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1853. NO. 249. TBS WEEKLY STAS. Tin# excellent Family and New? Journal ?nmtain tain* a prater variety??' interesting readinf lUa.ii? an I* ftiund in any other?i* p?thli.?hod on Saturdaj. TTltHa. O** I>#u?i ?vi) TwicjrrY-FiTt rr*T? pn wtlf ?ogi To r'nlw?Firf rupiai fiar A.' .W; Tmi fi* *auO; Twtaljr < fc'ash, torini^Mv m mJveti <e. Pnmi?nT*s who act a* a?? ru. u iU lie aflon-ed a foiiuiUK?H>n of'lwen^' per cen...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: tiu'Rhdav afterxoox, octortr ki. The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It hax more readers in the citics of WashingtonGcorgetorrn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. L^To in*arc the inirrtion of Adrrr liifmvnii Jhry mint br hrotijjht to our b<-forr ft o'clock .11., ?ihrrwi?r Ihrr nmj not nppfar nntil l'ir Bfit -lar. Spirit of the Morning Press. The fo ion's editorials are i?rincii?ally upon the family quarrel. In the name of the President, the editor repels com pliments offered to him in the same hreath m which his "official family" is de nounced in unmeasured terms, as being insincere and designed only to conceal from the world the fa'"t that their Authors are deadly hostile to him. In another article the Union defends Secretary Guth ne from the assaults of the New ^ ork flrrcid and National Democrat, wherein those journals argue that the Administra tio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 October 1853

\l\U\p CIT fi?!r* Of '*? SeA#***?/?*??*Wl?g /-) fa mi- \ ?White children, between the ages of f-i* arc! year*. are taiiaht on the roost approved i ^ihoili IB "?r Histnct and Primary Schoots, the ? ?j-mi? flic van >un DieUicta (firing ad ? is*i<m to ! irj,cmit*. not admitting wore taau two pu,?iU from j ?? family, except under restrictions, r-o that all may j have ? portion "? '',e benefits. The number admit- 1 i-l mt"? * single school i* seventy. into a school hav Principal and Assistant, not more than a hun- j ^-v.i in the ?am*' room, and not to exceed one him- ' dwlforty at any time. For every additional j 'a?,,tant teacher, seventy additional pupil* mar l.e | added Tupii" are not received from one school to j without honorable rensaos, and are not ad ?mltrd. when under suspension, from one school 10 another. without the consent of the Hoard of Trua 'I hey hare a Primary School ticket and a j,14tnct School which must bo obtained from | on. of the Sub ln>ard of Tnwteew of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Line? in a Mother's Bible. IV WK. KENNEHY. Remember. love,w ho gave thee this, When oi'if>r day* shall conic? When sh<- who hart thy earliest kits Sleep* in her narrow home ; Remember, 'twas a mother gave The gift to one she"rt die to snvr. \ parent's Messing tin Tier -son ?Joes with this holy thin? : The love that would retain the one Must to the other cline ; Runenilx-r, *tis no idle toy, A Mother's gift?remember, l>oy! The Rattle Brain.?Rattle brain peo ple arf Wautifully plenty in these days. The following pen portrait of the charac ter is not l>a<l : "His talk ? as like a stream which runs With rajnd change from rooks to roses ; Is ?lipjfii t'roin polities to puns; It pa **d from .Mahomet to Moses; niiiftu with the laws whieh keep The plan ts in their radiant courses; \r>-l ? nding with onie precept deep For lift -ins; eels or shoeing horse*.*' 77" At one of the city courts in Cin cinnati. a few days since, a driver was tineil ?2 ) for runn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 October 1853

THE evening STAB ,? prtii?h*p *vrRY ArrERi<x>!?. (except pthdat,) M ?< ? ? OfU.onD feet, r-errr IS.'A, nearly oppi rite Ike Imn; Hotel, Rr WALL AC II & HOPE. To ?nh-rnh.T?in thecitir< of U\isf,G a,. f , j r-r an mini, paV ,M<-? ?IX ri.\ 1 > ? A.?-Klv to the Ae^ntm! To mi;! iih*T'> tii? siif?*rn|?t|oi) prirp i* Tuppn s^sj vol. ii. washington, d. 0., friday, october 14, 1853. no. 250. THE WEEKLY STAB. Thi*eic*H??t FhiiiiI} and Nfw* Journal?contain tainj a jrreater variety nt inter*Ptin( r?adinf thaa can be found in any other?on Saturday. tirw*. Ovk Poit.AR a*i> Twi sty Fivk cekt? p*r Mpj^? rojiv. To Onbf?Five c?pK?- ler VV00; Ten a?>ptc? f<* ??00: Twenty f l.VOO; Cath, inrariaMy m afctMt. P<i?im (sti p.s win a?t as averts ?ill be aBowod a oonsitiisri?B of twrnty per cent. mtdicines which *f.ver fail to M GIVE SATISFACTION. .. j s ro*B is an honorary member of the n i-hilVle'pbU Medical Society, and ,rraduatcd ! ? from the University < f IV nnryl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: FRIDAY AFTERXOOX, OCTOBER 14. llfTo insure the insertion of .Irlrer liaeinent* iIi?y nnul h? brought to our ?-ounti?m-roo;n before 12 o'clock ITI., otherwise they uinj not nppenr until (he next (lay. ?? ? ________ Thk Weekly Star for to-morrow will he a capital paper; no paper printed at Washington ever equalled it. AH we ask is a perusal of its columns to convince the public of this fact. Whoever wants a good and chcap paper for themselves or friends should subscribe for our weeklv. I Vice onlv SI 25 cents a year in advance. THE ELECTIONS OF THE PAST WEEK. So, it appears that the Government here were correct in anticipating sweeping vic tories in th'' recent fall elections. Never theless, they by no means signify Whig defeats. Inasmuch as nowhere, were the. Whigs in full organization. In Ohio, the Maine law and school questions, as well as the fugitive slave law question pro duced serious divisions in the Whig party. In Georgia, the wide and dee...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 October 1853

DAILY evening star. QITY ITEMS. Li'vary'jfthe Hour*.?Thia placc is a disgrace to me House Representative, *tuck away as it its in ,hr n.x>k? ami ronirr* of a diminutive room of the Capit'l, '"filled w<*h Pi!r,i <:?'hooks, (havingno place *? P,Jt *hat incmbrrn, who are admitted, wh-n here, must have a crowd ?d mid nM]bip^HM' tunc to ascertain '.heir withe*. There ,rp over thirty thousand voluitnw deposited there, ontai.'iiitt a full and comph te hutory of the Govt ru ^,,,1. the early history of our country by Mr. Galea. ? ah the C.lale'% continuance, included. Why is not t ?uitab!e place provided for this important branch nit'oiurr? Col. John A. Parker is the Librarian, and Mr. John Mewnw, assistant, who Tuust have M ich (MBca'ty in such small quarters to attend to (be necessary business of the Library. J*> I irf'T,r *';>-c of Washington?Per tins XVhn wit tlx Capitol are g -ncrally not aw are that one of III.- nvi-t p -a-ant parts of a Vi.-it to the mapiifirent Libfitr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. [Erom Meckellar's "Droppings from the Heart.''] Let'? Sit Down and Talk Together. Let's sit down and talk together, Ofthe thni2> of olden day, When we. like lambkins loosed from tether, Gaily tripp'd alon? the war. Time has touched us both with lightness, Leaving furrows here and there, And tmsmg with peculiar brightness " Silvery threads among our hair. J Let's sit down and talk together ; SSSJJRMany years away have passed, And fair and foul has been the weather Since we saw each other la^t.^gg^jSH Many whom we loved are living In a better world than this ; \nd sonii' among us still are cuing ^ Toxi and thought tor present bliss. . - Let'.- sit down and talk together: Though the flowers of youth are dead," The ferns still grow among the heather, And for u- their fragrance shed. Life has thousand hlessings in it, Even for the aged man ; And ?on has hi.I in even minute Something we may wisely scan. Let's fit down and talk together; Hoys we were?we now are men ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 October 1853

THE EVENING STAR p pCBLI?Hf I> tYERY ATTFmoo*, (EICKpy grNDAT.) Oftre.on D street. n*<tr 1 <ith, nevrlyopro sift the Irving Hotel, Br WALL AC II & HOPE. Te ?ib?Tilwni in th?cirio* of Wtwhinston Georwv ,,, r ai?"?n, mV ri'-X rFArS-yrklv to lh?. To .nil -iit>-<.ib?T* th? -uMrrprmn price iw thhst r, ,!.!.*,<-? \M> FIFTY ( K NTs , vc . ' ? 'jHKE T1V>? !.??! f.ARS f..r SIX MOVTFL'S u?()'(7vf f, *R fur THREE >!oNTns. S|s ' n?N CE.1T. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, ? SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1853. NO. 251. THE WEEKLT STAI. Tliitexprllpnt Family and Kwwjomul canto, tame a prratrr variety of irterrrting readinc lhan ran br found in any other?i* piil.lWicd on Saturday. TKMt*. 0*r Pot i.a a a!*? Twrvri Firr rrirra per *uig!? copy. To CI?ihe?Five cwpirai t?r V?.00; T*n *op??*- (??? ?StiO: Tntnty cwpit-s, $].YOG; Carh, innwictlj ?? edrence. P"?T*A?Trr? who a?t a.? ac nt? will bealovted a coniiu-?i<>n afiaiiit) p? r c?ru. medicines which never fail to give satisfaction. Pr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAIL WASHINGTON CITY: S Vn'ROAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 15. ilir insertion of Adrrr f'Kcmrala they iim?t b<- brought lo our i m:n!iii^ro?in before t'2 o'clock II.. othfrwi^c ihey may not nppcnr nntil ihr next <fny. j_y" I he A\ eekly Star for to-day is capital number. Single copies for sale at our counter for three cents each. The W ekk.lt Star is only SI 25 cents a year. TH2 CJP.Sr.2JT FAIL USES. 'V"e are not among those who believe that the ig stringency in the money market is likely to injure men who have done a sound business. Here and there "hose whose operations have extended over almost all creation, dabbling in everything and upon any terms, for the sake ??f obtaining the reputation of being very extensively engaged "in trade, will tumble over, tripping up cach other's heels as they go. But, as we have be fore explained, the country at large has not indulged in an extended credit busi ness of late years. So, only those who are emphatically speculators, will f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 October 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS TV V<iU ?T'" gree? lfa*** are now assuming rich colors *"nie sombre, but ir.ostlj of a lively j yriiow. van colored, Yrt beautiful, though sad ' 1?sra?fr- ThP ( of TrPf"' i* Arming the ' i(. n/ijinr fragrant leaves, but stlil chines out the ?1<W ,,|v?r topj?. d <.??'?*?*. ?nd the evergreen " blo* Jm,oVr the gr*V green pave" of the year. It ia h^atusl?i,'alh? th>' J*n{??,,J probably to the old ??an *'d "','1 n'0fI,an' mo,t beautiful, now. Visit pr'Sid*-"1'" grounds; there a bright but fading vi. -r may be had of the falling summer; and although })|(. green sliil predominates, still She eye feast? most the eorgeoti* colors' of the antuu.n trees. They Hanressively charming. Sadness need not entrr; 1(f jvipn^tbe den?!i of green leaves, the passingaway ^ l??w. rs, b.it like the departure of friands to a .siirn-cron Hi'-re glorious ; a* we know they will wtien they rise from mother earth r.nd display ttt,lr loveliness nd frnrrraiiee in the gay wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 October 1853

DAILY EVENESTr STAR. OLD PAPEB8 A1TD OLD TIMES. At the time of Arnold's treason in ITiSU, a paper, devoted to the American cause, was published at Fishkill, N. Y., called the " New York Packet and Ad vertiser." New York City at that time? as well as the whole southern part of the State?was in the hands of the British, and of course all publications south of the dividing line, were under the control of the enemy. Fishkill, being in pos session of the Americans, the " Packet' published, without restriction, the occur rences of the time. A tile of this paper t<>r the vcar 1780. has been preserved, and is in possession of Governor Seymour, several copies of which, through his kind ness, we have had the pleasure of exam ining. The number dated Octobcr 13, contains a long account of Arnold s trea son. and other matters connected with it, most of which has often been republished; hut the following, taken from an account of the demonstration in Philadelphia, where Arnold was burnt in ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 October 1853

THE EVENING 8TAB l? rretunrD evkrt irreRtnoji, (rxrspT sri?DAT,1 jU the Stja Ofire, D fhrtrt. nctrr 13/A, n^or/v onrvj tile the frrint Hotel, ^ R* WALL AC H &. IIOPK. T? ??WnN r* in of Wvhinctnn Heorra ??**'. at 93 12 ,K>r uml mV , ? -;'V CEBITS wcekfjr to th.- A*rnt* fo njiil ??ib*<?ilwr* the ?ufwripfion price Tfrnrr r, ...L 1.: < * N !> FIFTV ? 'fiVTS !, VWin w'raJue TU-<? !,<?r.r U'S fur ?!f\ Mo\THSi, an,I OVF ? >M, \R :br THREE MO.VTIIS. .o?? OIK ' KT. ^ VOL. II. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, OCTOBE1 MEDICINES which never fail to GIVE SATISFACTION. Dn. .1 S. ROSE i" an h .norary member of the Philadelphia M-diral Srw-i.-ty. and jnwIiuH jnls*i. from the I'nivcrsity c<f |\ nr.svlTnnia, rnJcr ,h^ rnjiian^ "f the truly emin?? if I'bys i ?<. cinr'icn. <iib?on. Coxe, Jani"? and Ha'e, names p l.-Nr^r-l r?r medical science. Being solicited by tv, !? or hi? patients to put up his I'repar U'ocs. )?, -ex T*r? t ' the public. as tli?- result* of h - ex .?r r, ? ? the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 October 1853

DAILY EVENING, STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 17. ??j"Tht large circulation of the Star ruikes it the most desirable advertising mi t/ium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetoicn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. I*F"To in nrr thr imrrtion of Adrrr ti*rmrnt? they mn*t be brought to our roMiilinu-room brl'orr 14 o'clock Jl., olhrrtvi?r they may not app?'#r antil thr next day. UTThe Evening Star will appear in :m enlarged form some day during the coming week, as soon as our arrangements are properly made. Spirit of the Morning Preta. The Union explains at some length the circumstances causing the publication of the letter from the pen of General Jeffer son Davis recently first appearing in the Washington Sentinel. In the course of this article the editor sets at rest the ques tion of the President's personal position with reference to the New York difficulty, a> follows: The letter of Colonel Dav...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 October 1853

CITY ITEMS , yUriini ?? Oar friend J?avaee forlli ff ' T lit' rn on on th' varm?t loi opposite the . , I'-J "1 ? j| (!p| W e n-sret thil wf i!ii) not ' '""'h ^ tintii it>r he had con ni nc?d, an we understand Il.nl he w.s nrfNf ??!f " 0f and that be n wi went so rn*B^,,neBt one of""' l,ro!'rM',nr* ,,r lhis "** ,, m <kii'2 mention of his name lo tlie nssem r ''f ' , | ,,i tln? we now desire 'r. return hifti V' } We do l!|L- nP?n 'he principal of reciprocity, il 1' _ ^ wn, af that prcfoitnA charncter. for H" ,,rh^"-? wen dwungni +?'*<?"? whifh- on ,h,s ? ' nas greatly marrrd by tin- interruption ot a "?n" ,T?in occasionally put qn-stions to him, '^Twhieh was to the effect, ?? li laborer, on the " rould r* r-win th? " w-fk by drink inc water ? 'Tf a'bttle ' aehnaps* was not good ?" Th.., with " ' ', motion*, caused considerable mirth in the Tb.it which our effulsmt orator did not dc.gn ' ? rr We did not remain till its close. for on amWrr" ...1 we -aw little em ouragemcnt Rive...

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