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The Daily Dispatch: March 31, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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ious persons in the city, believed to be guerillas and rebel soldiers. Their plan was to attack the camp on election night. All prisoners arrested are in camp. Captain Nelson and A. C. Coventry of the Police rendered very efficient service. B. J. Sweet, Colonel Commanding. ´╝łNo. 4.) List of names of prominent members of the Sons of Liberty in the several counties of the State of Illinois. Names. County. Jas. W. Singleton Adams Thomas P. Bond Bond Harry Wilton Bond Thos. Hunter Bond Martin Brooks Brown C. H. Atwood Brown Fred. Rearick Cass Allen J. Hill Cass David Epler Cass James A. Dick Cass Saml. Christey Cass T. J. Clark Champaigne Jas. Morrow Champaigne H. M. Vandeveer Christian J. H. Clark Christian S. S. Whitehed Clark H. H. Peyton Clark Phillip Dougherty Clark A. M. Christian Clay Stephen B. Moore Coles D. Wickersham Cook G. S. Kimberly Cook S. Corning Judd Fulton Charles Sweeney Fulton L. Wa
amation retaliatory of President Lincoln's emancipation proclamation. The Confederates building rams and gunboats at Mobile. One of the New York papers publishes the following on the authority of three Confederate deserters, who lately escaped from Mobile: These men report that the Confederates Force in Mobile aggregates but 7,000 men, under General Buckner; the naval force, under Admiral Buchanan, comprises three wooden steam gunboats of ten guns each, viz: The Gaines, Captain Thos. Hunter; the Morgan, Captain Blair; the Selma, Captain P. U. Murphy; the revenue cutter Alert, under a Lieutenant; the rain Baltic, Captain Johnson. Besides these vessels, the rebels are building, at Selma, a fifty gun frigate, iron-clad which they intend floating down the river on hog heads. There are now two rams ready at that point, and on the day the three men left a draft of twenty four sailors were sent up the river to take them down. Two more rams were nearly finished and expected d
Confederate States Congress. Monday, March 30th, 1863. Senate--The Senate met at 2 o'clock, and was called to order by Mr. Hunter, of Va. Prayer by Rev. J. Peterkin, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Maxwell reported a bill to extend and amend the act the caring the pay of certain officers and employees in the Executive and Legislative Departments. Referred to the finance Committee. Mr. Sparrow reported a bill to exempt contractors for carrying the mails, and adverse of post- coaches and backs, from military service. The bill was passed. Mr. Brown presented the memorial of certain officers of the army, praying the passage of a resolution before the Senate to regulate the issue of clothing to officers in the army. The bill to provide and organize a general staff for armies in the field, to serve during the war, was reported with an amendment by Mr. Sparrow, and ordered to be printed. The Senate was notified that the House had passed a number of bills, inc