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The Daily Dispatch: October 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Cherokee Nation Passes an Ordinance of Secession. (search)
s distant, but they report nothing new. They heard that McCulloch was advancing on Jefferson City by way of Linn creek. Two Federal officers from Lexington declare that the rebels fight well, and our mistake has been that we always underrate them. The force at Lexington are receiving provisions in quantities from the adjacent country. Wagon loads arriving every day, and they have, it is said, every means of support. Green's Raines's, and Parsons's troops are represented as a mere mob, half clothed and without discipline, no one seeming to hold a less rank than that of Colonel. Harris's soldiers, 7,000 in number, are very well disciplined, and execute all their manœuveres in thorough military style. One of the rebel regiments having helped themselves to the uniform of Col. Mulligan's troops, are now called the "Irish Brigade." Their officers say that our troops were treated most kindly by the rebel officers, whom they pronounce high-toned, honorable gentlemen.
f Tyler to take her child home, lock him up, and give him a good whipping. The mother replied that it was not for a lack of chastisement that her boy formed bad associations; and that if he was brought up again, she would not endeavor to prevent his incarceration. Callahan was held with a view to a further investigation of the matter. John Sullivan was committed to jail for keeping a disorderly and ill governed house, where night was made hideous by brawlings and contentions. Peter Mulligan, who, "whenever he empties a toombler of punch, always wants it full again," was up for breaking a window of the Lancasterian school-house. Discharged with an admonition. Wm. Moore was sent to the poor-house in consequence of his penchant for whiskey and an irresistible disposition to make himself disagreeable to others. Henry Johnston, who, while inebriated, took lodgings on a bench in the market, in close proximity to the watch-house, was admonished by the Mayor and discharg