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The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], The capture of the New Orleans Barracks. (search)
Passengers per Steamship "Roanoke," Geo. W. Couch, Master, from New York, Jan. 19; J. West, J. P. Powell, C. S. Mitchell, J. Y. Phillips, O. Heiner, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. L. B. Hill, J. T. Dutcher, Mrs. J. P. Perry and child, Jas. Little and lady, J. M. Goodrich, B. F. Jenkins, W. White, Thos. Simpson, Mott Bedell N. A. Benton, S. G. Baptist, Dan'l. Wardsworth, Mrs. Lowry, and 4 in steerage. Also from Norfolk--S. Thornton, Colonel Hodges, Mr. Jarvis, G. B. Cook.
Important from Alabama. Montgomery, Ala.,, Jan. 19. --The House passed to-day a bill to provide against the invasion of the State by sea. It makes pilots liable to fine and imprisonment who bring foreign vessels into the harbor of Mobile, and authorizes the commander of Fort Morgan to destroy the beacon and landmarks at his discretion. A resolution was also passed to make a contract for the construction of a telegraph line to Point Clear, in order to effect a more rapid communication with Fort Morgan. It is understood that Mr. Hooper, of the Mail, will be a candidate for Clerk of the Southern Congress. He is warmly supported by the secessionists here. It is impossible to get any information of the secret proceedings of the Convention.
The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Financial condition of South Carolina. (search)
The Massachusetts abolitionists in Trouble. Boston,, Jan. 19. --Wendell Phillips is announced to speak here to-morrow evening.--The Anti-Slavery Society asked the protection of Mayor Wightman, who refused to protect Phillips, but assured the Society that the peace of the city should be maintained. The Society then sought the protection of Governor Andrew, who sent his aid to see what the Mayor proposed to do. The Mayor replied to them that he would maintain the peace of the city; that if a disturbance took place in the hall it would be cleared, and that if there were indications of a row before the hall doors were opened he would have the hall closed. Protection has been asked for the annual anti-slavery meeting to be held next week, but it was refused.
A fugitive slave case in Cleveland. Cleveland, Ohio,, Jan. 19 --A colored woman, claimed as a fugitive slave from Wheeling, Virginia, was arrested here to-day. She will be examined on Monday. Judge Tilden has issued a writ of habeas corpus, which is returnable on Monday morning. What little excitement there is, is confined entirely to the colored population. The woman admits herself that she belongs to the claimant.
Fires at the West. Toledo,, Jan. 19 --The American Hotel was destroyed by fire this morning. Loss $20,000. Insured. Chicago, Jan. 19.--The round house of the Chicago, Fort Wayne and Pittsburg Railroad was burned to-day. Two locomotives and other property were destroyed. Loss $20,000. No insurance. Fires at the West. Toledo,, Jan. 19 --The American Hotel was destroyed by fire this morning. Loss $20,000. Insured. Chicago, Jan. 19.--The round house of the Chicago, Fort Wayne and Pittsburg Railroad was burned to-day. Two locomotives and other property were destroyed. Loss $20,000. No insurance.