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The Daily Dispatch: February 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], The name of the Southern Confederacy. (search)
Passengers arrived per Steamship "Yorktown, " Parrish, Master, from New York: Thos. Shannon, D. Forsay, G. Wright, A. Spears Brown and son, J. V. Andrews, Mrs. C. W. Dennis and son, Mrs. Cole, Jno. O. Bradford, U. S. N., Mrs. T. J. Haines, servant and child, Dr. Ascoli, J. Fenley, M. Clarke and 9 steerage.
command a two-thirds vote in the house. This is contrary to the general opinion, and is, beyond all doubt, a great mistake. John M. Daniel. Minister to Sardinia, is here, and will remain a few days before proceeding to Richmond. He has come on a furlough, but says he will not return to Europe. Is bearded like a pard,"and very unlike the picture of him which appeared in the Democratic Review some years ago. Messrs. Dickinson, Bruce, and Grattan, of the House of Delegates, are also at Brown's, which, in common with other hotels, is filling up and manifesting more signs of life than heretofore since the session began. Senator Benjamin's farewell speech, yesterday, was most eloquent and affecting. The Republicans acted most ungentlemanly during its delivery, talking out aloud to each other, reading newspapers, and otherwise insulting the Southern side. Mr. Slidell read his address, which was able and convincing. Chagman made a good speech, and Gen. Lane gave Hale a terrib