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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Swan, John Q. Jones, David Hoadley, Robt. J. Taylor, Jas. N. Phelps, Jas. Low, John Ewen, Jas. A. Briggs, John D. Jones, Wm. C. Bryce, Henry F. Vail, Frederick Bronson, F. A. Conkling, A. J. Williamson, D. H. Arnold, Geo. Folsom, Andrew Carrigan, A. C. Kingsland, Isaac Ferris, J. Auchincloss, M. Franklin, D. R. Martin, Wm. Chauncey, H. B. Chaflin, Wm. Bryce, A. S. Hewitt, S. B. Althause, Peter Lorillard, Erastus Brooks, Joseph Schleigman, Schuyler Livingston W. H. Osborn, A. A. Vanderpoel, W. W. De Forrest, A. B. Baylis, Elnathan Thorne, W. B. Maclay, Fred. Kapp, Anson Herrick, Theodore Fowler, Daniel Leroy, S. L. Mitchill, Augustus Schell, Chas. Christmas, J B. Varnum, Wm. Hall, Chas. A. Secor, John T. Hoffman, Hamilton Fish, Luther Bradish, Fernando Wood, A. T. Stewart, Morris Ketchum, Jonathan Sturges, J. J. Astor, John Cochran, Alex. Duncan. Secretaries. J. Smith Homans, John B
tained in its integrity, with the Constitution proclaimed by Washington, based on the will of the majority, or whether it is to be sundered and shattered by a defeated faction, that sets at defiance the will of the people and would trample the Constitution in the dust? If ever the spirits of the departed are permitted to revisit the scenes they loved, and hover like angels around the steps of their successors, we may suppose that Hancock and the Adamses, Sherman and Wolcott, Carroll and Livingston, Jefferson and Franklin, Robert and Lewis Morris, Wilson and Rush and all their noble compeers look down from heaven in this hour upon the Congress at Washington; and God grant that the sturdy spirit which inspired the first Congress may equally inspire the last! Whatever may be our fate, said John Adams, with prophetic vision, after the adoption of the Declaration--be assured that this Declaration will stand. It may cost treasure and it may cost blood, but it will richly compensate fo
A man named Charles Miller, who claimed to have been employed as a book-keeper in Richmond, has been arrested in New Orleans as a suspicious person. The militia sent from the Valley counties to Winchester on the last draft are to be discharged at once, and will return to their homes. Schuyler Livingston, an old merchant, died in New York on the 3d inst. The apple crop in Pennsylvania promises badly this year.