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Boston, March 15. --Arrived, Schr. Richmond, Richmond. Baltimore. March 18.--Arrived, schr. Elizabeth and Eleanor, Richmond. Dover. March 1--Off, American ship Pepperell. Hill, from City Point, Va., for Bremen, (full cargo of tobacco,) 28 days. Experienced a hurricane on the 8th of February, in lat. 40 N., lon. 60 W.; blew away sails and shipped a sea and hove ship on her bean ends; carried away three boats and stove after-house; carried away rails, broke in quarter deck, and filled cabin with water; damaged chronometer and all the stores, and broke to pieces all the inside of cabin, and disabled the mate and shifted the cargo, and caused the ship to make much water, and swept the docks of everything moveable.
[reported for the Richmond Daily Dispatch.]proceedings of the Baltimore Annual Conference.Fifth day. Staunton, Va., March 18. Conference met and engaged in singing and prayer, after which the minutes were read and approved. A paper concerning Dickinson College was road and referred. President Johnson addressed the Conference briefly. The report of Bernard Hough, Tract Agent, was read and referred to the proper committee. T. H. W. Monroe made some inquiries for the benefit of the Board of Conference Stewards. The Board was directed to use their discretion in the matters referred to. Moses May and C. C. Calvert were examined by the Bishop. The committee on their examination reported favorably, and they were admitted to full connection, and elected to Deacon's orders. A committee of three were appointed on the Metropolitan Church, of Washington city, viz: S. S. Roszel, B. F. Brooke, Wm. Hamilton. On motion, the order of the day was taken up.
Meeting of the Canadian Parliament. Montreal, March 18. --The Canadian Parliament met at Quebec on Saturday afternoon. The speech of the Governor contains very little of importance. He congratulates the members on the returning prosperity of the country, alludes to the visit of the Prince of Wales; recommends assimilating laws in the two sections of the province; a bankrupt law for Upper Canada and improvement in the discipline of the prisons. He says that great efforts will be made to establish a sound system of immigration and promote the settlement of the wild lands. He then makes a slight allusion to the Anderson case.
Arrival of the Palestine at Portland. Portland, Me., March 18. --The steamship Palestine, from Liverpool on the 28th ult., via Londonderry on the 1st, arrived here at 8 o'clock yesterday (Sunday) morning, with 44 passengers and £7,500 in specie. Reports experienced continued head winds during the voyage, and passed, March 3d, a steamer, supposed to be the United Kingdom, bound East. The news by the Palestine is anticipated.
The Daily Dispatch: March 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], Farewell of Mr. And Mrs. Crittenden. (search)
Northern Markets. Baltimore, March 19. --Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat steady — red $1.25@1.27; white $1.4 1.60. Corn dull — mixed 55@56; yellow 57@69 white 60@sic. Other articles unchanged. New York. March 19. --Cotton firm — Upland Middling 12@12½c. Flour quiet — Southern $5 35@ $5 70. Wheat firm-- Kentucky white $1.65. Corn firm — mixed 66½c. Lard dull and unsettled at 9@ 10c Whiskey dull at 17½17½c. Sugar steady-- Muscovado 4½@5; Havana 5½c. Rosin steady at $1.20@$1.25 Stocks dull and irregular-- N. Y. Central's 86½; Virginia 6's 78; Missouri's 65½c. Sales in New York, March 18., of $7,000 Va. 6's at 78½ $1,000 do. at 78½ $6,000 Mo. 6's at 66½, and $25,000 d