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The Daily Dispatch: February 21, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Maryland State Convention. (search)
Maryland State Convention. --The Maryland State Convention has adjourned, subject to the call of the President, until the 12th of March, unless "Virginia should take some definite action sooner than that date." The resolutions adopted by the Convention assert that a full and fair expression of the popular will is most likely to be had by a Convention called on the recommendation of the Governor, and that as it is now asserted that the Governor will, by proclamation, authorize such a movement, in the event of the failure upon the part of Congress and the Peace Conference to adopt any satisfactory plan of compromise, the Convention approves that purpose, and adjourns until the 12th of March to await the Governor's action; unless intermediately the State of Virginia shall secede, when the Convention is to be immediately re-assembled at the call of its President. If the Governor declines to call a "Sovereign " Convention previous to the 12th proximo, then the Convention will a
The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], The intended evacuation of
Fort Sumter. (search)
The New Southern Confederacy Constitution Montgomery, Ala.,March 12. --The injunction of secrecy on the permanent Constitution is removed, and the document is published.--The main new features differing from the U. S. Constitution are as follows: No person not a citizen of the Confederate States is allowed to vote or hold any offices, civil or political, State or Federal. Under the first census, South Carolina is entitled to 5 representatives in Congress, Georgia 10, Alabama 9, Florida 2, Mississippi 7, Louisiana 6, and Texas 6, Each State is to have two Senators. Under the first census, South Carolina is entitled to 5 representatives in Congress, Georgia 10, Alabama 9, Florida 2, Mississippi 7, Louisiana 6, and Texas 6, Each State is to have two Senators. The State Legislatures may impeach judicial or other Federal officers resident and acting in the State, by a two-thirds vote. Both branches of Congress may grant seats on the floor of either House to
The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], Recent improvement on the postal laws. (search)
Pennsylvania U. S. Senatorship. Harrisburg, Pa.,March 12. --Thirty-one nominations for the vacancy in the United States Senate were made in the Pennsylvania Legislature to-day. Among the principal candidates for the place are Thad. Stevens, David Wilmot, James Campbell, Richard Vaux, and Morton McMichael.
The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], Interesting from
Fort Pickens. (search)
Northern markets. Baltimore,March 12.--Flour dull, heavy and unchanged — no sales reported. Wheat steady — red $firstname.lastname@example.org; white $email@example.com. Corn active — mixed 56@57; yellow 58; white 63@65c Provisions dull and unchanged. Coffee 12½@13c — Whiskey steady at 18 New York,March 12.--Cotton firm — Upland Middling 11½c. Flour heavy — Southern $5.20@$5.60. Wheat has a declining tendency. Corn quiet — mixed 66@68;Southern yellow 65 @67 --Pork dull — Mess $firstname.lastname@example.org Whiskey steady, at 17½March 12.--Cotton firm — Upland Middling 11½c. Flour heavy — Southern $5.20@$5.60. Wheat has a declining tendency. Corn quiet — mixed 66@68;Southern yellow 65 @67 --Pork dull — Mess $email@example.com Whiskey steady, at 17½c. Sugar steady — Muscovado 4½@6½c.; Havana 5½c. Spilifts Turpentine dull, at 25½@36 Stocks 5 eady but dull — N. Y. Central's 78½@78½ Mi; --souri's17. Sales in New York, March 11th, of $1,000 Tennessee 6's at $14; $12,600 do. at $75; $20,000 do. at $74½ $20,000 do. at $74 ½ $4,000 Va. 6's at $79; $1,000 do. 6.30, at $18
The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Ordinance of transfer passed by
New Hampshire election. Concord, N. H.,March 12.--The annual election for State officers and members of Congress is in progress to-day. The returns do not show a large vote, and there is very little excitement. As far as heard from, the Republicans maintain about the same majority as last year. In Concord, the vote in four wards at 1 o'clock stood — Republican 631, Opposition 375. About the same as last year. [second Dispatch.] Concord,March 13.--Berry, Rep., is elected Governor by a majority of 4,000. All the Republican candidates are elected to Congress.
The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Movement of military stores. (search)
From California. Fort Kearney,March 12.--Dates from San Francisco are to the 27th. Nothing important. The Legislature met on the 26th. In the caucus of the friends of Ex-Gov. Denvers for Senator, they mustered only 54. It requires 58 to elect.
The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Liabilities of Railroads for cattle killed in the
State of Delaware. (search)
Municipal election. Bangor, Me.,March 12th.--At the municipal election yesterday, Isaiah Stetson, Republican, was re-elected Mayor by 750 majority.
The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Richmond Supplying the
South with arms. (search)
Northern Markets. New York,March 13.--Cotton firm — uplands middling 11¼@11½. Flour firm. Wheat has a declining tendency. Corn has a declining tendency — mixed 59@67; Southern white. 70@ 71; yellow 63@68 Pork heavy — mess $16.87@18; prime steady at $12.50 @13. Lard heavy at 9@9½c Whiskey steady. Sugar heavy — Muscovado 4½ @5--Coffee steady. Molasses unchanged. Turpentine steady at 36½c. Rosin heavy at $1.23. Rice steady. Stocks heavy — New York Centrals 78½; Virginia 6's 78¼; Missouri 6's 66¼. Sales in New York,March 12th, of $6, 000 Tennessee 6's at $75½; $8,000 do. at $75¼; $5,000 do. at $75½; $23,000 do. at $75; $1,000 North Carolina 6's at $32, and $1,000 do, at $81½. Baltimore,March 13.--Flour dull and heavy — Howard and Ohio $5; City Mills $5; no buyers.--Wheat active — Red $1.23 @1.27; White $firstname.lastname@example.org Corn has a declining tendency and is 2 cent 2 lower — Mixed 63@65. Provisions dull and unchanged. Coffee firm at 12¼@13.
The Daily Dispatch: March 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Queer people. (search)
The Massachusetts personal Liberty bill. Boston, March 12.--The House to-day ordered to a third reading the bill modifying the Personal Liberty law which recently passed the Senate. Vote, 63 to 114.
The Daily Dispatch: April 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], Removals, appointments, &c. (search)