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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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The following query appeared in the New Haven Journal: Editor Journal: In the autumn of 1828, or previous, Rev. Dyer Bull occupied the first front chamber in the old Roger Sherman House, near South College, New Haven. Mr. Bull then had with him as private pupil, a short black-eyed young man, whom he introduced to the wrMr. Bull then had with him as private pupil, a short black-eyed young man, whom he introduced to the writer as Mr. Benjamin. Benjamin soon went out, and the writer asked Mr. Bull if that man was a member of college? No, said he; he has been, but has left the college. He steals so that it seems almost impossible to. break him of it — steals from his classmates, and any thing that he happens to fancy, that he can put his hands upoMr. Bull if that man was a member of college? No, said he; he has been, but has left the college. He steals so that it seems almost impossible to. break him of it — steals from his classmates, and any thing that he happens to fancy, that he can put his hands upon. Whether this same young man has not since risen to offices of high financial trust, has not been a senator in Congress, and has riot directly or indirectly been cognizant of the late wholesale mint robbery at New Orleans, may be well a subject of inquiry. --Veritas. He is the same man. He left college under a discovery of t
en's letter to, P. 42; his early knowledge of the secession conspiracy, P. 110; Twiggs' letter to, P. 131 Buckingham, —, Gov. of Conn., proclaims a fast, D. 5; calls for volunteers, D. 28; notice of, D. 42 Budd, Capt., of the steamer Resolute destroys rebel shipping on the Potomac, D. 99; captures the schooner Buena Vista, D. 108 Buena Vista Volunteers, D. 56 Buena Vista, schooner, D. 108 Buffalo, N. Y., patriotic action of the Common Council of D. 46 Bull, Dyer, Rev., of New Haven, P. 20 Bungay, G. W., P. 50 Bungtown Riflemen, P. 95 Bunker Hill, battle of, celebrated at Alexandria, Va., D. 105; celebrated at Boston, D. 106; celebrated in Virginia, P. 125 Burgvien, E., Gen., D. 43 Burgess, John I., D. 59 Burlingame, Anson, at Paris, D. 85 Burleigh, W. H., P. 61 Burns, William, D. 29 Burnet, J. B., wife of, D. 46 Burnside, A. E., Colonel, Rhode Island Regiment, Doc. 124 Burton, Wm., Gov. of Delaware,