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The Daily Dispatch: September 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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From Washington. Washington, Nov. 16.--Official accounts from Jeddo show that the news of the reception of the Japanese Embassy in this country produced a lively sensation among the nobles heretofore opposed to the treaty. The Tycoon returned his thanks for it. W. Ransom Calhoun to-day resigned his position as First Secretary to the Paris Legation, and will return to his home at the South.
Fatal duel. --A correspondent of the Columbus Times, writing from Charleston, says: "A duel was fought near here on the 5th, between Col. W. Ransom Calhoun, Commander at Fort Sumter and a nephew of the great John C., and Major Rhett, son of Barnwell Rhett, which resulted in the death of the former. Col. Calhoun graduaand Major Rhett, son of Barnwell Rhett, which resulted in the death of the former. Col. Calhoun graduated at West Point in 1850, and ranked high as a military leader. Major Rhett is much esteemed and should be continue in the army, rises to the place made vacant by the death of Col. Calhoun, both being in the same regiment. " and Major Rhett, son of Barnwell Rhett, which resulted in the death of the former. Col. Calhoun graduated at West Point in 1850, and ranked high as a military leader. Major Rhett is much esteemed and should be continue in the army, rises to the place made vacant by the death of Col. Calhoun, both being in the same regiment. "