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The Daily Dispatch: February 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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The bride of Abbotsford. --Mr. Hope Scott, the present proprietor of Abbotsford, was married on the 7th instant to Lady Victoria Howard, the daughter of the Duke of Norfolk, according to the Roman Catholic form. Our lady readers will be interested to learn that there were six bridesmaids, being the five sisters of the bride, Lady Minna Charlotte, Lady Mary Adeliza, Lady Etheldreda, Lady Phillipa and Lady Ann Howard, with the youthful daughter of the bridegroom; and that they were dressed in pale blue glace silk dresses, with white cashmere mantles, and white chip bonnets plainly trimmed with white ribbons.
Northern Markets. New York, Jan. 31. --Cotton firm. Flour firm. Wheat buoyant. Corn firm — prime white 70@74. Lard dull at 9¼@10½. Whiskey dull at 18@18½, closing at 18 cents. Sugar heavy — Muscovado 4¼@5½. Coffee steady at 11½@13. Turpentine firm at 35½@36. Rosin steady at $1.27½@$1.30. Stocks firm-- N. Y. Centrais 80; Missouri 6's 68. Baltimore, Jan. 31. --Flour active at 6c decline. Howard $5.31, Ohio held at $5.37. Wheat steady, Red $1.30 @$1.35, White $1.45@$1.65. Corn active — Yellow 61@63, white 70 @71. Provisions active.--Mess pork $28. Lard 10½, Coffee 11½@12 ¼. Whiskey dull at 18@18@18½. Norfolk, Jan. 31. --The receipts of Corn for the week reach 130,000 bushels; sales to-day of 20,000 bushels — mixed and yellow 60; white 63@66--