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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
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the other side, admitted that the Government, as it now stands, does not give safety and protection to the South. Mr. Baldwin.--As I am one of those referred to as having taken that position. I desire to place myself right. I assumed that theeded to examine the principles upon which the Government was formed, and then to comment upon the positions assumed by Mr. Baldwin, and asked, if this Government had always been administered on Virginia principles, how it happened that he had alwaysanctioned the measures of the Federal Administration, mentioning, among other things, the alien and sedition law. Mr. Baldwin said the gentleman had strangely misapprehended his position. He had alluded solely to the measures of the Governmentow $42,000 to her credit, which she refused to receive; and after a brief argument to show that the theory advanced by Mr. Baldwin, that the majority should rule, was erroneous and untenable, he submitted a motion that the Committee rise. The m
Alleged Mail Robbery. --On last Friday, a negro named Baldwin, owned by Mr. G. B. Claiborne, of California, was arrested and carried before United States Commissioner Watson, on the charge of embezzling and stealing two letters from the Richmond Post-Office. The negro was sent on, and bail entered to the amount of $300 for his appearance for trial. The same party was to have been before the Commissioner at 5 o'clock yesterday, for stealing money from some letters sometime in January or February. The proof of either crime is regarded as rather too light to ensure conviction.
he present incumbent, that it is only necessary to announce you as a candidate to ensure your election. Very respectfully, yours, John M. Botts, Andrew Johnston, George W. Smith, Martin Burton, John H. Digges, John K. Martin, George H. Baldwin, John R. Humphreys, Charles J. Sinton, Wm. A. Radcliffe, Wm. S. Royster, John Pritchard, John F. Powell, And a large number of others. Richmond, Va., March 30th, 1861. Richmond, Va., March 30th, 1861. Gentleman —mond, Va., March 30th, 1861. Gentleman — Your letter of this date, requesting me to allow you to announce me a candidate for the Mayoralty of this city, has just been handed to me, and in reply, I will only say that if the citizens shall think proper to elect me to that post, I do not feel at liberty to decline the office. I have the honor, gentlemen,To be, very respectfully, yours. Charles S. Mills. To Messrs. John M. Botts, Andrew Johnston, Geo. H. Baldwin, and others. ap 2--1l