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of Massachusetts Bay. The grandmother of Governor Andrew was the grand-daughter of the brave Captachurch in the colony. The grandfather of Governor Andrew was a silversmith in Salem, who removed tnce a teacher. These were the parents of Governor Andrew. At an early age, he entered Bowdoin CState. This, in brief, was the life of Governor Andrew, up to the time he entered upon the dutiehe rank and title of lieutenant-colonel. Governor Andrew appointed, as his military aids, Horace Bernor Banks. He remained on the staff of Governor Andrew until he was commissioned lieutenant-colo the tenor of his inaugural address, that Governor Andrew believed war between the North and South overnor Washburn; to advise him, that, in Governor Andrew's judgment, civil war was the inevitable close, if she can't keep abreast. Thus Governor Andrew, on the very day of his inauguration, pla January, the day after the inauguration, Governor Andrew directed the Adjutant-General to issue Ge[4 more...]
Twenty-five Dollars Reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber last spring a negro boy about 15 years of age, named Robert Andrew, of rather bright complexion, very sprightly, and stammers a little when spoken to. I have good reason to believe that he left here with some portion of our Amy, and he is doubtless with them yet. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or for information that will lead to his recovery. Address, John W. Clarke, oc 6--12t* Box 637. Richmond. Va.
The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], The repulse at Corinth — Incompetence of the commanders. (search)
Twenty-five Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber last spring a negro boy, about 15 years of age, named Robert Andrew, of rather bright complexion, very sprightly, and stammers a little when spoken to. I have good reason to believe that be left here with some portion of our army, and he is doubtless with them yet. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or for information that will lead to his recovery. Address, John W. Clarke, oc 16--12t* Box 637, Richmond. Va.
that State. It draws a dark picture of the military condition of the Federal Government, and says: At this momentous crisis, during this pregnant calm which forebodes the coming storm, what are the loyal States doing to assist the preparation of the Government? Some few of them are hurrying forward recruits to fill up our armies and make our triumphs inevitable. Others, like Massachusetts, are held back from doing their duty by those of the Altoona Governors who have resolved, like Andrew, that no troops shall leave their States until some of our Generals are changed Others still, among which we are sorry to number the great State of New York, are wasting their time, exhausting their energies and obstructing recruiting by indulging in ill timed, violent, unpatriotic, and dangerous political contacts. Folly like this, if persevered in, presages destruction. During a war like this there should be but one party — the party of the Union. Every politician admits this, and
Twenty-five Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber last spring a negro boy, about 15 years of age, named Robert Andrew, of rather bright complexion, very uprightly, and stammers a little when spoken to. I have good reason to believe that be left here with some portion of our army, and he is doubtless with them yet. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me. or for information that will lead to his recovery. Address, John W. Clarke, oc 6--12t* Box 637, Richmond, Va.
he right to say that there was a formal proposition made there to remove Gen. McClellan from his command. Voices Name the Governor. Mr. Saltonstall--Governor Bradford, of Maryland. [Loud applause.] Count Johannes--One groan for Gov. Andrew. A Voice — What Governor offered that proposition? Mr. Saltonstall--Gov. Bradford explicitly says that he is not authorized at present, or does not wish to give the name; but that there was — and this is all I say — a formal propositn for the removal of Gen. McClellan; and it is for this gathering, or any other assembly of the people, to imagine by whom. [The audience showed by their applause and shouts of derision that they inferred from Mr. Saltonstall's statement that Gov. Andrew was the person referred to.] Judge Parker continued his remarks. Resistance to the enrollment in Luzerne county, Pa. The Carbondale Advance says: We have melancholy news from Archbald. A death has resulted from a renewed <
Twenty-five Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber last spring a negro boy, about 15 years of age, named Robert Andrew, of rather bright complexion, very sprightly, and stammers a little when spoken to. I have good reason to believe that be left here with some portion of our army, and he is doubtless with them yet. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or for information that will lead to his recovery. Address, John W. Clarke, oc 16--12t* Box 637, Richmond, Va.
ered by other agents, who give an advanced rate. It is learned that Secretary Stanton, on Saturday, in conversation with a gentleman of this city, stated that the drafted men from this State would not be required to go out of the State. Gov. Andrew and Gen. M'Clellan. Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, has published a letter relative to the doings of the Convention of Governors, in which he says: I did not, either formally or informally, directly or indirectly, at any time, move or Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, has published a letter relative to the doings of the Convention of Governors, in which he says: I did not, either formally or informally, directly or indirectly, at any time, move or suggest that the Governors should interfere with the position of Major Gen. McClellan, or of any other officers of the army or navy. Nor do I believe that any such motion was proposed by any one else. I heard none whatever concerning that or any other General. But if you ask how so great a blunder has been made, I can only reply, that when people seek to make a point against their neighbors by a sort of eaves dropping, by attempting to penetrate the private conversation of gentlemen, and to b
Twenty-five Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber last spring a negro boy, about 15 years of age, named Robert Andrew, of rather bright complexion, very sprightly, and stammers a little when spoken to. I have good reason to believe that he left here with some portion of our army, and he is doubtless with them yet. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or for information that will lead to his recovery. Address, John W. Clarke, oc 16--12t* Box 637, Richmond, Va.
Twenty-five dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber last spring a negro boy, about 15 years of age, named Robert Andrew, of rather bright complexion, very sprightly, and stammers a little when spoken to. I have good reason to believe that he left here with some portion of our Amy, and he is doubtless with them yet. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or for information that will lead to his recovery. Address, John W. Clarke, oc 16--12t* Box 637, Richmond, Va.