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The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], English view of the late Royal visit. (search)
Turner miss M J Tucker miss F B Vaughn miss Sallie Venable mrs Mc D R Vaughn mrs M A Wood ward miss M E Watts miss M S Wilson miss Jane Wilson miss B H Willeroy miss M A Willis miss E Woodward miss S E Wallington mrs E R White mrs H G White mrs L R Williamson mrs A Williams mrs W O Williams mrs E M Woody mrs Jane Woodson mrs M Wilson Ellen (col'd) Yarborough mrs E Gentlemen's list. Adams M L Addington A J Allen Chas. A Adams B P Austin RoWhite mrs L R Williamson mrs A Williams mrs W O Williams mrs E M Woody mrs Jane Woodson mrs M Wilson Ellen (col'd) Yarborough mrs E Gentlemen's list. Adams M L Addington A J Allen Chas. A Adams B P Austin Robt R Ayres Geo W Alleg G W Allen Geo Adams Geo Anaker Geo Adams F J A very Thos. F Acrey Wm. Allen Wm. Arnett Hy CNagle J P Austin J L Adams J Altkin Jas.H Bellew Wm. Burton W L Buswell Thos. Baptist Theo. Brady Thos. J Braton Thos. Baker Sebastian Blackwell R Butler Robt. E Blenis Oliver Baker Millecent Brigham L H Barnes L V Bartholomew W Barrelt Wm. T Baker Wm. C Burks W L 2 Butler M A Booker W P Baughman Wm. Bruce A M
, and a small stock of pork lard. We have only one bed, but we sleep at our case. According to our mountain custom, it is big enough to hold five or six persons. It stands in the corner of our only living-room, which is also the kitchen and the cheese factory. Only one blanket has been left us; If it is not enough, we must make use of hay and straw. "I only wish," I said, "that I could do as the marmots do go to sleep and remain torpid until the return of spring." November 26.--White examining the state of our furniture and our provisions, I have searched into every corner, to see if I could not find some books. I know that my father never went up to the chalet without taking with him a Bible and several religious books, which he read to his workmen on Sundays, to supply in some degree the public service which they attend in the village. But, apparently, he had sent his little library away. We much regretted, in our solitary prison, not having this means of sustai
ns are little more than nominal. We quote inferior Lugs at $2.25@2.50, good and fine $3@3.50; inferior Leaf $5@7, good $8@9; fine manufacturing scarce, price $12.50@20; good and fine English $6.50@10.50, fancy cases $20@90. Flour.--There is nothing doing save occasional sales to the trade for home consumption, at former rates, viz: Superfine $6.50@6.75; Extra $7@7.25; Family $7.50@7.75@$8, according to quality. Wheat.--We continue quotations, viz: Good to prime Red $1.20@1.25; do. White $1.30@1.35.--These are the cash prices. On time more is paid. Corn.--Market dull. We quote 65@67 ½, the latter being the highest now paid. Hay.--$1.15 per cwt. Oats.--We quote 35@40 Rye.--75@80 per bushel. Bacon — Has been affected by the difference in Exchange, and we quote Sides 13c; Shoulders 10 ½c.; plain Hams 12; Sugar-cured 13@13 ½c.; Todd's Sugar cured 15 Coffee.--We quote Rio 14 ½@15 ½c.; Laguayra, none in market; Java 16 ½@17 cts.; Mocha 18 cents. Mar
A. Stewart, Norfolk; Leroy, do. Boston.Nov. 23.--Arrived, schr. J. Achorn, Richmond. [by Telegraph.] Norfolk, Nov. 26. --The schr. Mary McNear, 110 days from Chincha Islands, has arrived in Hampton Roads. Passengers per Steamship Yorktown, Parrish, master from New York: P. L. Valory, J. L. Nicholson, Mrs J. F. Clough. Mrs McCracken and child Miss C. A. Lacy, P. C. Royce, J. Ketchum, Mrs J. Williams, John Williams, Geo. W. Wood, Chas. Ewing, Miss E. F. Seabury, Dr. T. B. Ward. Lieut. Wm. H. Ward, U. S. N., John Lewis, C. Floyd, lady and two children, Dr. Schubert, Mrs. White. W. W. Wisht, W. H. Seabury, lady, nurse and child. Lieut. Pelot, U. S. N., Miss E. Seely, J. W. Whitehurst, J. Lawton, A. Howard, and 19 steerage. Also, from Norfolk: J. L. Young; J. E. Carter, U. A. Gathwright, E. C. Robinson, D. J. J. Simpkins, H. M. Nash, W. A. Todd, Miss G. Carr, J. R. Spratley, Jos. Lorton, W. H. Buck. J. Jacobs, Thos. Thayer, Wm. H. Parker, J. L. Slaughter.
Commercial. Richmond Markets, December 6. Apples.--Northern $2.50@3.00; Virginia Pippins $2.00 to $4. Bacon.--Sides 12 ½ cents; Shoulders 10 ¼c.; plain Hams 12; Sugar-cured 13 @13 ½c.; Todd's Sugar-cured Hams 15 Bags — Seamless Bags, 25; Manchester do., 19@23; Gunny do., 12@14 Beans.--White $1.87 ½@1.50 per bushel. Beeswax.--32 to 33--active. Brooms.--$2@3. according to quality. Buckets, &c.--Painted Buckets $1.87 ½@$2 per dozen; three hoop Painted Paris $2.25@2.50 per dozen; heavy Cedar Tubs, neat, $3.50@5 per nest; heavy Cedar Food Buckets $6.50 per dozen. Butter.--We quote good Butter at 20 to 25; inferior 8 to 10 Candles.--Tallow 15 per lb.; Jackson's 15; Hall's 16 cts.; Adamantine 20@23; Sperm 45; Patent Sperm 54@56 Cement.--James River $1.70@1.80 per bbl.; Northern Rosendale at $1.70 @1.80. Coal.--White and Red Ash Anthracite Coal, for grates, $6.50 per cart load of 25 bushels, per ton of 2,340 lbs.; Bituminous Lump $
Mayor's Court. --On Saturday the transactions were limited. A negro named Ben Harris was sentenced to undergo thirty-nine stripes, for striking Claiborne, slave of Chastain White, a tremendous blow on the head with a tobacco lever, which would have cracked the skull of anything but a negro. An abandoned woman, arrested for disorderly conduct, was discharged with an admonition, as were also two white men, arrested for drunkenness.
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Northern Markets. New York, Feb. 12. --Cotton dull: Middling Upland 11 1/2@111 cents. Flour dull: Southern $5.30@ 5.35. Wheat lower. Corn lower: Mixed 64@64 1/2 cts.; Southern White 70@76 1/2 cents. Pork heavy: Mess $17@17.25. Lard dull at 9 1/2@10 cts. Whiskey steady at 18 cts. Coffee steady: Rio 10 1/2@13 cents. Turpentine steady at 35 1/2@36 1/2 cents. Rosin dull. Stocks active and higher: New York Centrals $78 1/2;Virginia 6's $76 1/2. Baltimore, Feb. 12. --Flour active and lower; Howard st. $5.12. Wheat dull; red $1.25@$1.30; white $1.40@$1.60. Corn lower; yellow 57@58; white 67@68 Mess Pork $17@$17.75; prime $13.50. Lard 10 1/4 Coffee active at 12 1/4@13 cts.--Whiskey quiet at 18
firmer — red $1.25 @1.28; white $1.40@1.60. Corn active — yellow 55@57, mixed 65 @67. Provisions quiet and unchanged. Coffee steady at 12¼@13. Whiskey nominal at 17@18. New York,Feb. 14.--Cotton heavy. Flour firm. Wheat quiet--Kentucky White $1.60. Corn firm; Southern White 72@77 ½. Pork heavy — Mess $17. Whiskey 17½@17¼. Sugar steady — Orleans 4½@6½; Muscovado 4¼@5. Turpentine steady at 35@35½.--Rosin dull at $1.20@1.25. Rice quiet at 3¾@4 ¼.--Stocks firm — N. Y. Centrals $78; Mo.60. Corn active — yellow 55@57, mixed 65 @67. Provisions quiet and unchanged. Coffee steady at 12¼@13. Whiskey nominal at 17@18. New York,Feb. 14.--Cotton heavy. Flour firm. Wheat quiet--Kentucky White $1.60. Corn firm; Southern White 72@77 ½. Pork heavy — Mess $17. Whiskey 17½@17¼. Sugar steady — Orleans 4½@6½; Muscovado 4¼@5. Turpentine steady at 35@35½.--Rosin dull at $1.20@1.25. Rice quiet at 3¾@4 ¼.--Stocks firm — N. Y. Centrals $78; Mo.
ia Pippins $2.50 to $4. Bacon.--Demand moderate. We quote Sides 11 ½ cents; Shoulders 9 ½ cts.; plain Hams 12 ½ cts; Sugar-cured 13@13 ½ cents. Stock light. Bags.--Seamless Bags, 25; Manchester do., 19@23; Gunny do., 12@14 Beans.--White $1.37 ½@1.50 per bushel. Beeswax.--27 cts. Brooms.--$2@3, according to quality. Buckets, &c.--Painted Buckets $1.87 ½@$2 per dozen; three-hoop Painted Pails $2.25@2.50 per dozen; heavy Cedar Tubs, neat, $3.50@$5 per nest; heavy Cednd common Leaf Lugs, $1.75@2.50; Leaf $3@4.50; some stemming Leaf $6 @9.50; no fine manufacturing in market. Stock on hand of the old crop very light, and mostly of inferior quality. Wheat.--Receipts light and market firm at $1.50@$1.55 for White; $1.30@ $1.35 for Red. Whiskey.--Richmond Reclined 21 ½@22 ½ cents; Stearns' Old Malted Rye $1.50; other qualities 75 cts.@$1.50 per gallon. Wines.--Port, Burgundy $1@$2.50 per gallon; Port Juice $2.50@$4. Madeira, Sicily 45@$1.75; Old
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