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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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to be brought in a wagon, and secreted until occasion called for their use; that a paper to this effect was read to him, signed by william O'Hair, and witnessed by some of the best citizens of Paris — among others, Amos Green, and we believe Jonathan Mayo was mentioned in this connection col. Mayo positively denies having signed or seen such a paper. can it be that forgery has been committed for the base purpose of inaugurating a civil war in Edgar county? The Yankee congress — Passage ocol. Mayo positively denies having signed or seen such a paper. can it be that forgery has been committed for the base purpose of inaugurating a civil war in Edgar county? The Yankee congress — Passage of an important resolution on Mexico — Thompson, the British Lectures. The proceedings of the Yankee House of Representatives on Monday last are of some interest: Mr. Davis, (Md.,) from the committee on Foreign Affairs, reported the following joint resolution: Resolved, By the Senate and House of Representatives in congress assembled, That the congress of the United States are unwilling by silence to leave the nations of the world under the impression that they are indifferent spec