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The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ans, Dec. 23. --Another Pelican flag, which consists of a red star upon a white field, with the ancient Louisiana emblem of a Pelican feeding her young, was displayed yesterday at the office of the Daily Delta. The Hon. Pierre Soule, the great Douglas leader in this State, is out with a letter, in which he announces himself as opposed to submission to Abolition rule, but advocates Southern co-operation. A very large meeting of those favorable to co-operation was held last night Hon. Jacob Barber, Judge Durant, and others addressed the assemblage with effect. Resignations. We understand that our Deputy U. S. Marshal, Capt. Charles Blaine, has sent on his resignation to the U. S. Marshal of Western Virginia. He says he will not serve under Lincoln. We should not be surprised to hear at any time of the resignation of the U. S. Marshal, or of the Judge of this District.--Kanawha (Va.) Star. Excitement at Pittsburg. Pittsburg, Pa.,Dec. 24. --Intense exciteme