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The Daily Dispatch: March 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], Republicans fighting among themselves. (search)
Resignation of Minister Meade. --The Hon. R. Kidder Meade, of Virginia, who for four years past has represented this Government at the Court of Don Pedro II., Brazil, has forwarded a communication to the State Department at Washington, requesting that a successor be appointed, as he will not longer remain. Resignation of Minister Meade. --The Hon. R. Kidder Meade, of Virginia, who for four years past has represented this Government at the Court of Don Pedro II., Brazil, has forwarded a communication to the State Department at Washington, requesting that a successor be appointed, as he will not longer remain.
The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], The intended evacuation of Fort Sumter. (search)
utenant First Artillery, entered service May 22, 1847, and born in District of Columbia. Jeff. C. Davis, First Lieutenant First Artillery, entered service June 17, 1848, born in Indiana. J. N. Hall, Second Lieutenant First Artillery, entered service July 1, 1859, born in New York. J. G. Foster, Captain Engineers, entered service July 1, 1846, and born in New Hampshire. G. W. Snyder, First Lieutenant Engineers, entered service July 1st, 1856, and born in N. York. R. Kidder Meade, Second Lieutenant Engineers, entered service July 1, 1857, and born in Petersburg, Va. Officers9 Band15 Artillerists52 Total76 Besides Paixans, Columbiads, and thirty-two pounder barbette guns, there are muskets without number, seven hundred barrels of gunpowder, and any quantity of shot and shell. These will pass quietly into the possession of the Southern Confederacy. An idea may be obtained of the difficulty the Government would find in reinforcing the forts
Hon. R. K. Mende. The Petersburg Express announces, upon unquestionable authority, that the Hon. R. Kidder Meade, late United States Minister to Brazil, has arrived safely in one of the ports of the Confederate States.