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The Daily Dispatch: February 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Congressional. Washington, Feb. 15. --House.--The memorial of the New York Chamber of Commerce against Morrill's tariff was referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. The bill to benefit Townsend Harris, U. S. Minister, for extraordinary expenses in Japan, was passed. The House refused to entertain a proposition to print a large edition of the report of the Indian Trust Fund Investigating Committee. The Postal bill was up and amended by restoring the inland service suspended since 1859, and passed. The Committee of Thirty-three's report was up. Mr. Vandiver argued against secession. Mr. Dejarnette argued that Northern society had proved a failure, but in the New Southern Confederacy there would be no elements of discord. Capital and labor would work in beautiful accord and harmony. African slavery is the only basis on which Republican liberty can be preserved. Though my people love the Union, they have made up their minds to leave it, unless
esponsibility for the destruction of slavery upon Jeff. Davis and his co-conspirators against the Union, and expressing the belief that North Carolina will, notwithstanding, find ample compensation in the blessings of free labor for the present inconvenience of emancipation. Miscellaneous. The draft in the Fifteenth Ward, New York, was completed on the 20th without the least sign of dissatisfaction. Among the drafted are Wm. H. Fry, of the Tribune; John Clancy, of the Leader; Townsend Harris, late Minister to Japan; and John Morrissey, the pugilist. The authorities have not relaxed their vigilance in preparing to suppress disorder. Major-General Trimble, Brigadier-General Kemper, and several other rebel officers, wounded and captured at Gettysburg, were brought to Baltimore on the 21st. All the rebel officers in hospital in that vicinity, who are sufficiently recovered to be moved, are to be sent immediately to Johnson's Island, Lake Erie. Fernando Wood was in B