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The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1864., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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he latest day possible, we respectfully ask that you will reconsider your action, and name a day for the assembling of the National Convention not earlier than the first day of September next. Respectfully, your obedient servants, W C Bryant, Wm K Strong, J McKaye. Wm Curtis Noyes, Geo P Putnam, Lorenzo Sherwood, George Opdyke.New York State Senators. District. 19--A H Bailey, 18--James A Bell, 17--Albert Hobbs, 15--James M Cook. 26--Charles J Folger, 32--N M Allen, 30--Wilkes Angell, 27--S T Hayt, District 29--Dan G Cole, 21--Cheney Ames, 12--F H Hastings, 2--D Strong. 6--Wm Laimbeer, Jr., 23--Frederick Juliana, 24--E Cornell, 9--H R Low, contestant. The above list contains the names of two thirds of the Unionists chosen to our present State Senate. Others, who would doubtless have signed, were not in Albany when the above signatures were given. We understand that but two Senators declined to affix their names-- Ed. Tribu
urt. Taylor was committed for want of security to keep the peace and be of good behavior. A charge was preferred against Dennia O'Kieffe of threatening to assault and beat Mary Preston; but there being no evidence to sustain the allegation, he was dismissed. Sarah, Abbey, Lizzie, and Charlotte, slaves of Mrs. Louisa Allen, were each whipped for harboring Ella, a runaway, belonging to James L. Bray. Ella acknowledged that she had for several days sojourned with Mrs Allen's negroes. urt. Taylor was committed for want of security to keep the peace and be of good behavior. A charge was preferred against Dennia O'Kieffe of threatening to assault and beat Mary Preston; but there being no evidence to sustain the allegation, he was dismissed. Sarah, Abbey, Lizzie, and Charlotte, slaves of Mrs. Louisa Allen, were each whipped for harboring Ella, a runaway, belonging to James L. Bray. Ella acknowledged that she had for several days sojourned with Mrs Allen's negroes.