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ia funds, with which to pay for his ticket. Lieut. Talbot is a native of the District of Columbia, but was appointed from Kentucky, in May, 1847, to the post of Second Lieutenant First Regiment U. S. Artillery.--He is a graduate of the Kentucky Military Institute. The date of his commission as a First Lieutenant of the Regiment, is September 22d, 1848; his rank in the Army is that of Brevet Captain.--Petersburg (Va) Express. Message of the Governor of Indiana. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 11.--Gov. Hammond's message relates mainly to the state of affairs. He says, the law for the protection of the ballot box against fraud is defective. He recommends the passage of a law inflicting heavy penalties for illegal voting. He recommends the establishment of a sub-treasury system, to prevent loss from the depreciated condition of the securities upon which our Bank circulation is based. He says the strength of the Federal Government rests in the affection of the people of the sev
Complimentary banquetto theHon. John B. Floyd,at theExchange Hotel, on Friday evening, Jan. 11. [reported for the Daily Dispatch.] A number of the friends of the Hon. John B. Floyd, desirous of publicly testifying their respect for that gentleman, and their approval of his course, tendered him a complimentary dinner, which came off at the Exchange Hotel, in this city, on Friday evening, January 11th. It was an occasion of great interest to all present. The banquet commenced at 9 o'cloJanuary 11th. It was an occasion of great interest to all present. The banquet commenced at 9 o'clock, and the large company discussed, with great zeal' the substantial subjects placed before them.--Gen. A. A. Chapman, of Monroe, presided — the guest of the evening being seated on his right, Judge Hopkins, one of the Alabama Commissioners, on his left, and F. M. Gilmer, Esq, the other Commissioner, next to Gov. Floyd. While the festival was progressing, Gen. Chapman arose and read a telegraphic dispatch, announcing that Alabama had seceded from the Union, which was received with tremendous
Two days Later from Europe.extensive warlike preparations in France. Halifax, Jan. 11. --The America arrived here at 10 o'clock this morning and sailed at noon, with thirty-four Boston passengers and £153,000 in specie. Passed December 20, steamship Great Britain, off Waterford, bound east. She has £162,000 in specie for New York. The Iron-plated ship-of-war. Warrior was successfully launched on the 29th. The journals generally condemn rather than praise the circular of the Austrian Minister.--The posts of Minister of Commerce and Minister of Public Instruction in the Cabinet of Vienna remain vacant. Dispassionate politicians see that Count Rechberg and M. Von Scherlerf cannot possibly pull well together. The Paris correspondent of the London Herald says that the warlike preparations of France are on a far larger scale than at the same period in 1858. The Paris Patric says the Government is purchasing steamers in France to convert them into men
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Tribute from the Nicaraguan Republic to Commodore Paulding. (search)
Seizure of the Louisiana forts and Arsenals. New Orleans, Jan. 11. --All the fortifications are now in possession of the Louisiana troops. The United States Arsenal at Baton Rouge, in command of Major Haskins and two companies, refused to surrender this morning. The arsenal was surrounded by six hundred State troops, and a parley was held between Governor Moore and Major Haskins, which finally resulted in the surrender of the garrison at twelve o'clock to-day. There was no opposition in taking the other forts. The Crusader has not entered the Mississippi. The excitement continues very great. Returns indicate that the secessionists have a majority in the Convention.
Working Men's Convention at Pittsburg. Pittsburg, Jan. 11. --A Mass Convention of Working Men was held to-night. There was an immense gathering. Mr. Henry B. McCarty, President of the Trades' Assembly, was called to the Chair, and Mr. Wm. H. Moody, of the Typographical Union, appointed Secretary. Resolutions, expressive of the strongest attachment to the Union, and calling on the President to execute the laws against all traitors, were adopted with the most hearty good will. The call for a National Convention of Working Men at Philadelphia, on the 22d of February, was endorsed.
Arrival of the Overland Pony Express. Fort Kearney, Jan. 11. --The pony express passed here at about one o'clock. San Francisco, Dec. 29--2:40 P. M.--The steamer of the 1st of January will carry away about $1,500,000. The general news for this express is unimportant. Holiday festivities engage the attention of the people of San Francisco since the rainy weather has interrupted business. Pony Express dates were received from Washington to the 14th inst. The serious aspect of the secession movement at that time forms the commonest topic of conversation and newspaper discussions. The statement made in the United States Senate by Mr. Latham, that California will remain with the Union of the North and West, no matter what occurs at the South, is generally commended by the newspapers, and is undoubtedly a correct representation of a vast majority of our people on the disunion question. The most ultra Southern men here have an idea that California will go with
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Perils of the Southern Overland Mail route. (search)
News from Havana. New Orleans, Jan. 11. --The steamship Bienville is below, with Havana dates of the 7th inst. Sugar was dull at 7¾ a 8 reals; stock, 29,000 boxes, against 12,500 boxes last year. Clayed Molasses was selling at 4 reals, and Muscovadoes at 4¾ reals. Freights dull. Sterling Exchange 12¾ a 13¾ per ct. prem.; Sight Exchange on New York 4 a 9½ per ct. pr
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Murder of two policemen in Cincinnati. (search)
The Freemen Cadets in Troy. Troy, N. Y., Jan. 11. --The new volunteer company, the Freemen Cadets, Captain J. W. Armitage, this evening had a large and enthusiastic meeting at the Mansion House. The hotel was crowded to the utmost capacity.--This company are subject to the orders of the administration, and expect to see active service, for which they are preparing.
Secession meeting at Waverly, Mo. Waverly, Mo., Jan. 11. --An ultra secession meeting was held here last night, and passed a resolution strongly denouncing the St. Louis Democrat and forbidding its circulation. Lincoln was burned in effigy, amid the firing of cannon, display of torchlights, etc.
The Massachusetts Legislature. Boston, Jan. 11. --A resolution was introduced into the Legislature to-day, tendering the entire military means and forces of the State to aid the General Government.
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