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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Index, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 5, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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8, 102 Marion Artillery, of Charleston, S. C., D. 51 Marmaduke, J. B., Colonel, D. 107; Doc. 410 Marr, John Q., killed at Fairfax Court House, Va., D. 89; Doc. 322 Marseillaise, The, D. 72 Marsh, Luther R., Doc. 135 Marshall, Charles H., Doc. 93 Marshall, Thomas M., D. 25 Martha J. Ward, ship, seized, D. 17 Martial law, definition of, P. 26 Martinsburg, Va., Union meeting, D. 68 Marriage in the poor-house of Toledo, Ohio, P. 39 Mary Clinton, ship, captured, D. 87 Maryland, disunionism in, D. 7, 8; Governor Hicks' address to, D. 11; added to the military department of Washington, D. 33; citizens of, visit President Lincoln, D. 38; Legislature o f, meet, D. 45; secession in, defeated, D. 50; Legislative committee of, D. 57; the Legislative committee of, to President Lincoln, D. 57, 58; asks a cessation of tile war, D. 66; report of the commissioners of the Legislature of, relative to their visit to Montgomery, Ala., D. 1
Prize Vessels. A New York paper says: The following is a list of United States prizes that have been captured by the blockading flict, and sent to this port. These vessels, with the exception of the last two, have been examined, but as yet, no decision has been rendered: Biawatha; Octavia, released by order of the Government; Proneer; Haxall, released by order of the Government; North Carolina; Crenshaw; Winitred; Lynchburg, Hannati M. Johnson; Gen. Green; Halhe Jackson; Mary Clinton; Forrest King; Sallie Magee; Solferino [Several of these are owned in Richmond] Some of the officers and crews of the vessels which captured these prizes have written to their friends in this city to know what disposition will be made of the prizes. The probability is that they will all be condemned and sold. Canadian opinion. The Toronto Globe, which has heretofore strongly sympathized with the North, in an article to day on American affairs, says: "The sympathies o