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The Daily Dispatch: March 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Confirmations by the Senate. --The following are all the confirmations made by the U. S. Senate on Wednesday: John Z. Goodrich, Collector at Boston; Geo. W. McLelian, Second Assistant Postmaster General; DeWitt C. Littlejohn, Consul at Liverpool; William H. Vesey, Consul at Aix Ia Chapells; Lucius G. Forbes, Postmaster at Beloit, Wisconsin; John J. Speed, Postmaster at Louisville, Ky.; George Harrington, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; J. P. Baker, of Nebraska, Agent of the Otoe and Menominee Indians.
g regions the fall of snow was very heavy. The weather is again pleasant this week. G. B. Post, a pioneer merchant of San Francisco, died on the 26th. The Legislature adjourned over from the 21st to the 26th. The sessions continue to be occupied with discussions of Union resolutions, the Broderick expunging resolutions, and the intrigues over the proposed Senatorial election. There has been no legislation of any importance yet. Accounts from San Diego state that the whalers at that Port have already taken 76 whales, and the season for catching is not half over. Each whale is worth $1,000. The late Legislature of Washington Territory granted divorces to seventeen disaffected couples. Tehuantepec dates received from the Atlantic States to the 11th inst., gives an account of the choice of Davis and Stephens as head of the Southern Republic. The Butterfield route is now believed to be free from Indians, and no further interruptions to mails apprehended.