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The Daily Dispatch: February 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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e President, in conversation yesterday with Representative Conway, of Kansas, stated that he appointed James H. Lane Brigadier General, with the express understanding that he was to serve under General Hunter; that General Lane frequently declared his willingness to do so; that he (the President) had and has the strongest desire to oblige General Lane, and consequently appointed a large staff to suit and gratify him Arrest of rebel Sympathizers. Information has reached here that Isaiah Butler, David C. Wattles, Matthew Modge, and Richard R. Boyle, have been arrested at North Branch, Michigan, on the borders of Canada; upon the charge of destroying the mails at the Post office, in retaliation for the suspected act of the Postmaster causing the arrest of a man named Guy Hopkins, who was a member of a secret treasonable society called the "Knights of the Golden Square." Hopkins is in Fort Lafayette, and the other prisoners are at Detroit awaiting trial. It is known here tha
Anecdote of the late Judge Butler. While in Washington in February, 1857, we were told an amusing anecdote of the late Judge Butler, and at one time we were actually preparing it for the press, when his melancholy death caused us to forego our intention. We revive it now, in pleased recollections of his infinite humor, and Judge Butler, and at one time we were actually preparing it for the press, when his melancholy death caused us to forego our intention. We revive it now, in pleased recollections of his infinite humor, and facetiousness, while entertaining an equally lively remembrance of his long-continued, bold, eloquent and efficient representation of the Palmetto State, and championship of the South, in the Senate of the once great and glorious, but now dismembered and humiliated, United States. The amusing occurrence was in this wise JudgeJudge Butler was dining at the White House, with a large party of ladies and gentlemen. While taking a hasty plate of soup, and at the same time commenting on Daniel Webster's peculiarity or habit of simultaneously carrying several handkerchiefs in his pockets, it became necessary or expedient for the Judge to wipe his month. Accordi