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Prince Alfred in the West Indies. --Prince Alfred arrived at Kingston, Jamaica, in the line-of-battle ship St. George, on the 2d ult. He was enthusiastically received.--Addresses were presented to him by both Houses of the Legislature, and a regular round of balls and other amusements was in progress.
Wagons. --C. Dimmock, Colonel of Ordnance, is advertising for a number of light strong wagons, to be furnished on 5th street by the 3d inst. Who has such articles for sale?
Horse stealing --Patrick Haley was arrested and carried before Recorder Caskie yesterday, for stealing and carrying away a bay horse belonging to John W. Hill, of the value of $125. The prisoner was remanded to jail till the 13th inst., when he will undergo a final examination before the Hustings Court for the offence with which he stands charged.
character that it excited a in the Chamber. He defended his comrades in arms, and said the formation of three divisions of volunteers, as decreed, was not sufficient for the national armament. Bixio made a conciliatory speech, and Count Cavour said he accepted the words of conciliation. Garibaldi explained several fast alluded to by Cavour, and expressed the belief that Cavour loved Italy. He designated the French army as an enemy of Italy, because they occupied Rome. On the 19th Garibaldi was again received with loud applause in Parliament. The excitement of the previous day had subsided, and words of concord between Cavour and Bixio were applauded by all, and Garibaldi expressed himself as satisfied. There has been an attempted reaction in Calabria. Troops were dispatched and the town of Vanasa delivered from the Bourbon. Continued Austrian movements are reported on the Po, near Ferrara. An attack was considered possible, commencing with the invasion of
Later from Europe.arrival of the steamer Arabia. Halifax, April 20. --The steamship Arabia, from Liverpool on the 20th inst., via Queenstown on the 21st, has arrived. Garibaldi had taken his seat in the Italian Parliament. When he entered, the business of the House was temporarily suspended by applause. The action of the ministry in disbanding the Southern army, and the measures taken for its reorganization, was debated. Garibaldi made a speech which was of so violent a character that it excited a in the Chamber. He defended his comrades in arms, and said the formation of three divisions of volunteers, as decreed, was not sufficient for the national armament. Bixio made a conciliatory speech, and Count Cavour said he accepted the words of conciliation. Garibaldi explained several fast alluded to by Cavour, and expressed the belief that Cavour loved Italy. He designated the French army as an enemy of Italy, because they occupied Rome. On the 1
Later from Europe.arrival of the steamer Arabia. Halifax, April 20. --The steamship Arabia, from Liverpool on the 20th inst., via Queenstown on the 21st, has arrived. Garibaldi had taken his seat in the Italian Parliament. When he entered, the business of the House was temporarily suspended by applause. The action of the ministry in disbanding the Southern army, and the measures taken for its reorganization, was debated. Garibaldi made a speech which was of so violent a character that it excited a in the Chamber. He defended his comrades in arms, and said the formation of three divisions of volunteers, as decreed, was not sufficient for the national armament. Bixio made a conciliatory speech, and Count Cavour said he accepted the words of conciliation. Garibaldi explained several fast alluded to by Cavour, and expressed the belief that Cavour loved Italy. He designated the French army as an enemy of Italy, because they occupied Rome. On the 1
Still Later from Europe. St. John's, April 29. --The steamship Adriatic arrived this afternoon, from Galway 23d. The Africa arrived out on the 22d. Political news generally unimportant. It is stated that Lord Russell has issued a writ of execution against the steamer Great Eastern. Prince Napoleon demands satisfaction of the Duc d' Aumale for reflections in the latter's pamphlets. Numerous failures have occurred at Marseilles. Garibaldi insists on the re-organization of the Southern Italian army. The measure was opposed by Count Cavour, but the Chambers subsequently passed an order establishing the army. Commercial. Liverpool, April 22. --Cotton active — sales of 15,000 bales. Breadstuffs closed dull.--Provisions steady. Consols closed at 91½ a 92.
ation is only worthy of a devil, and could be inspired only by a devilish spirit." The Governor of Missouri has taken half a million of dollars, intended for the interest on the State bonds, and applied it to arming the State. Ex-President Buchanan has subscribed the sum of $5,000 for the equipment of volunteers at Lancaster. On last Friday, the stock of cotton in New Orleans was one hundred and five thousand bales. A destructive fire occurred at Leavenworth, K. T., on the 28th, destroying property to the amount of $120,000. The crops in Missouri are said to present the most encouraging prospects. So in all the Border and Southern States. John S. Carlile was nominated for Lincoln's Congress by a Tory Convention at Parkers burg, Va., on the 25th April. During a drunken frolic in Tazewell county, Va., recently. James McLean was shot and badly wounded by David W. Clark. Capt. Jimmy Barrett, a native of Ireland, 81 years old, has enlisted in a volu
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t and all the diseases of a Southern climate, we know less of Southern localization than Harper does of military science. But waiving that, let us proceed. In November, Mr. Harper will move two armies, one in transports from New York, the other down the Mississippi. The one is to retake every Fort, Arsenal, Custom-House and Post-Office in the Southern States on the Atlantic; the other to serve directly in Baton Rouge and New Orleans Both are expected to perform their work by the 1st of January next. Such is the plan recommended by "Harper's Weekly and Journal of Civilization," long a favorite family newspaper in the Southern States. Incredible as the project and the crime, we have no doubt it is seriously contemplated. --The Southern people are not yet half awake to the amazing compound of diabolism and idiocy which now controls the counsels of the Government. Forewarned, we shall be forearmed. All the resources which military skill can suggest will multiply obstructio
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$25 reward. --Runaway, on the 26th of March, a Woman, named Nancy, whom I purchased of H. Stern, of this city. She is of medium size, rather spare made, of a ginger- bread color; has a dimdent look when spoken for is 23 years old; has a blister scar on her neck. She was sold last Christmas at the sale of Wm. Andrews. deceased, nine miles above the city. She may now be in that neighborhood, or near Slash Cottage as she has a mother living at Mr. Wm. Winn's, near that place in Hanover county. She was hired to Mr. Samuel Allen, of this city, last year, and has a husband hired to Mr. Ballard, of the Exchange Hotel, by the name of Dolphius. I will pay the above reward if delivered to me in Richmond. R. B. Woodward. my 2--lw*
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