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The Daily Dispatch: July 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Anecdote of hay on, (search)
Escaped from the Brooklyn. --The Points a la Hache (Plaquemines Parish, La.,) Rice Planter of the 22d ult., says: We hear that Mr. Charles F. Demandre's sloop a few days ago was captured by the Brooklyn about a mile of Pess a Cutre. During four days Mr. Demandre was kept a prisoner. On the fourth day the Brooklyn gave chase to a vessel in the offing. Mr. Demandre being left alone on board his craft at Pass a P'Ontre, as soon as Lincoln's man of war was far out at sea, slipped his anchor and made for Lake Borgne, where he fortunately arrived' without failing in with any of the enemy's armed steamers, which were reported to be then cruising in that estuary of the Mexican gulf.
Judge F. W. Hulling, a sugar plant Plaquemine, La., was killed on the Jack Railroad at Amite City, on the 22d, by train running over him. It was reported in Washington, on the of June, that Vice-President A. H. Step was dead. The four States of Maine, Massachuset New Hampshire and New York, have an gregate of thirty-seven living ex-Govern Wm. G. Robertson, of Montgomery Md., was instantly killed by lightening Wednesday of last week. Sunday, the 22d ult., was the hottest experienced for many years at Charleston C. The thermometer indicated 101. The Rev. Dr. Tyng has become the proprietor and manager of the Fr- Churchman. Victor Emanuel sent magnificent pr- to Garibaldi's daughter on the occasion marriage. The niece of a sheep sheared at Tol- week, weighed 29 ¼ pounds. Col. Colt's, the revolver man, city ta- Hartford, Conn., are $5,750 per annum. The verdict in the Burch divorce ca- been set aside, and a new trial is granted.
The Daily Dispatch: July 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Patriotic Move in
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Later from Europearrival of the steamer Persia The steamer Persia, from Liverpool on the 22d ult. has arrived at New York. Parliamentary proceedings have been unimportant. Lord John Russell announced that France has rejected the proposition of Austria and Spain that the Catholic powers should act in concert in maintaining the temporal power of the Pope. He also said that Spain has given a pledge that whether St. Domingo be annexed or not, slavery shall not be introduced into that island. A meeting has been held in London for the benefit of the fugitive slave Anderson and his kinsmen in Canada. He explained the necessity of killing the man, his master, was to effect his escape, and the meeting fully endorsed the act. A monster meeting in behalf of Anderson was to be held in Exeter Hall the 2d of July. The rumor has been revived that the Czar will visit the Emperor Napoleon at Chalons Camp. It is reported that Minister Dayton has remonstrated against the ass
The Daily Dispatch: July 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Army balloons (search)
Arrival of the California Express. Fort Kearney, July 3. --The California Pony Express, with San Francisco dates to the 22d ult., has arrived. The steamer Sonora sailed on the 20th with $1,240,000 in specie for New York. The Republican State ticket has been completed. Most of the candidates are natives of New York. Gen. Johnston is reported to have resigned his commission, and was about starting overland for Texas, with fifty Californians, to aid the Confederates.