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Wreck of a theatrical Company. --The yacht Mary Kingsland left New York in October last, with the "Scott Family," a dramatic corps consisting of three gentlemen and four ladies, who gave theatrical representations at the various Southern ports. On the 5th inst., a gale drove her high and dry on the Florida coast. In this condition, exposed to the attacks of wild beasts and Indians(some of whom remain in the vicinity,) they remained near the wreck subsisting on Palmetto tops and wild cabbage, until they were rescued by the arrival of the steamer Cahawba. As soon as the steamer got under way, the rescued party was amply provided with what they most needed — refreshments and dry clothing — which were tendered them by the officers and passengers. Nearly the whole of their property, including the yacht, has been lost, all of which they value at $4,00
Trustee's Sale of Land and five Negroes, in Hanover. --Pursuant to the provisions of a deed of trust, dated the 24th October, 1860, and recorded in the Clerk's Office of Hanover County Court, on the 25th October, 1860, from Burwell B. Dickinson, and Otery F., his wife, to the subscriber, I shall, at the request of--& Hutcheson, the beneficiaries in said deed, on Friday, the 19th of April, 1861, (if fair; if not, the first fair day thereafter, Sundays excepted,) proceed to sell at auction, for Cash, to the highest bidder, at Green Bay, in the upper end of Hanover, three miles from Beaver Dam Depot, on the Virginia Central Railroad, and half a mile from Green Bay Crossing, the following property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the debt, $2,084.80, secured by said deed of trust, with interest thereon from the 24th October, 1860, and all costs of preparing and enforcing said deed of trust, selling the Negroes first. The property to be sold is thus described in the de
The Canada's mails. The following are the most interesting foreign items received by the steamship Canada, which arrived from Liverpool at Halifax, March 23d: The steamship Bohemian for Portland, did not leave Liverpool until the morning of the 8th, owing to stormy weather, and would probably leave Londonderry early on the 9th. In the House of Lords on the 7th, Lord Wodehouse said it was true that Russia had sent a dispatch to the French Government approving of the French occupation in Syria, and intimating that Russia would, if necessary, support the sending of an increased force. Lord Wodehouse added that the Government could not give any further information pending negotiations now in progress. The Duke of Newcastle, in reply to Lord Derby, said the Legislature of British Guiana had been instructed to consider the bill sanctioning the extradition of prisoners escaping from the French colony of Cayenne, but political offenders were to be carefully excluded from
The Canada's mails. The following are the most interesting foreign items received by the steamship Canada, which arrived from Liverpool at Halifax, March 23d: The steamship Bohemian for Portland, did not leave Liverpool until the morning of the 8th, owing to stormy weather, and would probably leave Londonderry early on the 9th. In the House of Lords on the 7th, Lord Wodehouse said it was true that Russia had sent a dispatch to the French Government approving of the French occupation in Syria, and intimating that Russia would, if necessary, support the sending of an increased force. Lord Wodehouse added that the Government could not give any further information pending negotiations now in progress. The Duke of Newcastle, in reply to Lord Derby, said the Legislature of British Guiana had been instructed to consider the bill sanctioning the extradition of prisoners escaping from the French colony of Cayenne, but political offenders were to be carefully excluded from
Death of a French editor. --Eugene Guinot, associate editor of the Pays, and one of the first and most elegant chroniclers of the Parisian press, died on the 9th ultimo, after a very short illness. He was also known under the nom de plume of Paul Vermond and Pierre Durand. During the twenty-five years that he has been connected with the press, Eugene Guinot never failed to send his weekly feuilleton on the appointed day. Therefore, when, on Saturday, the 9th of February, the chief editor of the Pays did not receive from him the expected copy, he said to his friends: "Guinot has not sent his chronicle for to-morrow — he must be dead." He was not dead, but dying.
The Canada's mails. The following are the most interesting foreign items received by the steamship Canada, which arrived from Liverpool at Halifax, March 23d: The steamship Bohemian for Portland, did not leave Liverpool until the morning of the 8th, owing to stormy weather, and would probably leave Londonderry early on the 9th. In the House of Lords on the 7th, Lord Wodehouse said it was true that Russia had sent a dispatch to the French Government approving of the French occupation in Syria, and intimating that Russia would, if necessary, support the sending of an increased force. Lord Wodehouse added that the Government could not give any further information pending negotiations now in progress. The Duke of Newcastle, in reply to Lord Derby, said the Legislature of British Guiana had been instructed to consider the bill sanctioning the extradition of prisoners escaping from the French colony of Cayenne, but political offenders were to be carefully excluded from
t new invention of cannon. The Mires affair is said to be assuming a more serious aspect. He is not allowed to communicate with any one. The Receiver General at Sous le Saulnier is said to have been removed from his post in connection with the affair. Independent members of the Corps Legislative had proposed various liberal amendments to the address, calling, amongst other things, for the repeal of the law of public safety, freedom of the press, &c. The debate will commence on the 11th. The Budget for 1862 had been submitted to the Legislature. The expenditures are estimated at nearly eighty millions pounds sterling; the receipts show a surplus of about half a million. The War Department shows an increased expenditure of over a million sterling. The Paris Bourse on the 8th was firm but mandate. Rentes closed at 68f. 20 Italy. The Sicilians intended to celebrate Garibaldi's Saint's day by a general holiday. It was reported that the Irish Archbi
A duel. --A difficulty occurred this morning, at Fort McRae, between St. Clair Morgan, whose arrival here we noticed a few days since, and an officer in Capt. O'Hara's company, whose name we have not heard, which resulted in a duel, in which Morgan, it is thought, was mortally wounded, the ball entering the lower part of the abdomen and passing through the body.-- Pensacola (Fla.) Observer, 14th inst.
Almost a Mob. --A correspondent of the Charlotte Bulletin, from Salisbury, N. C., says that on the 17th, two free negro boys got to quarrelling, when a Magistrate interfered. One of the boys left, the other stood ground, and wanted to fight — he struck the Magistrate and ran. The Magistrate called for help, and it came, but the boy swore he would die before he would be taken. He was taken and tried before a Magistrate, who committed him to await his trial. The excited crowd, however, took him from the officer, and came very near hanging him. He was hung up for about a minute, in the outskirts of the town. He was then brought back and put in jail.
O en --There is a direct telegraphic communication between New York and St. Paul, Minnesota. Messages were passed over the wires on the 17th inst., for the first time. The New York operator reported at St. Paul on that day, the steamer Arabia coming up, and the gratifying intelligence that the Australasian was safe, and the Arabia had her mails and passengers. Difference in time was found to be one hour and fifteen minutes, New York being 8.40, St. Paul 7.25.
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