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The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 4 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 2 0 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Vermont, (search)
ry east of the Connecticut and west of the present New York State line, Aug. 20, 1781; the legislature dissolves its eastern and western unions......Feb. 22, 1782 Residents of Brattleboro, Guilford, and Halifax, in a petition prepared by Charles Phelps to Governor Clinton, of New York, complain of the Vermont government, and ask New York to assume jurisdiction over Windham county......April 30, 1782 Governor Chittenden commissions Gen. Ethan Allen, Sept. 2, to raise 250 volunteers, and march into Windham county as a posse comitatus to enforce Vermont laws. This force, doubled by volunteers from Windham county, arrests some twenty leaders of the rebellion, Charles Phelps escaping, Sept. 10; these leaders are tried at Westminster and banished from the State......Sept. 11, 1782 First school law; towns are empowered to form school districts and to elect trustees......Oct. 22, 1782 Legislature establishes post-offices and a postmaster-general; the rates of postage to be the s
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
rry, C. H., 116 Perry, David, 332 Perry, E. S., 476 Perry, G. A., 332 Perry, G. B., 332 Perry, J. F., 116 Perry, J. G., 387 Perry, L. B., 382, 437 Perry, T. S., 697 Perry, W. C. G., 162 Persons, A. W., 476 Peters, E. D., 583 Peterson, T. L., 116 Pettee, Lemuel, 437, 548 Pettengill, W. S., 332 Pettes, Mary D., 600 Pettingill, S. S., 116 Petty, C. G., 116 Pew, C. H., 332 Phalen, E. A., 332 Phalen, M. W., 333 Phelan, W. A., 333 Phelon, H. A., 116 Phelps, Benton, 333 Phelps, Charles, 333 Phelps, J. F., 333 Philbrick, Caleb, 333 Philbrick, Chase, 224 Philbrick, J. J., 116 Phillips, A. E., 333 Phillips, C. A., 224, 333, 548 Phillips, C. B., 437, 548 Phillips, C. C., 333 Phillips, C. O., 333, 548 Phillips, E. W., 333 Phillips, F. H. R., 116 Phillips, H. M., 333, 548 Phillips, John, 333 Phillips, Richard, 333 Phillips, T. W., 583 Phillips, W. H., 333 Phinney, Alvin, 116 Phinney, E. F., 333 Phinney, S. C., 333 Phinney, W. P., 333 Phipps, F. H., 437,
ten thousand troops, infantry cavalry, and artillery, from the army now in Kentucky probably a portion of Gen. G. W. Morgan's command, and a portion of the late command of Gen. Granger. The cavalry and artillery force will be ample for any and every emergency." In addition to this facts, the gunboat fleet under Commodore Porter will co-operate with the exception. The fleet of Commodore Porter consists of the following vessels: Benton, (flagship,) Captain Gwinndel & guns; Eastport, Capt. Phelps, 13 guns; Carendelet Captain Wallacs, 13 guns; Cincinnati; Capt Stemble 13 guns; Cairo, Capt, Bryant, 13 guns, Mound City, Capt. Wilson, 13 guns; Louisville, Capt. Meade, 13 guns; Baron DeKalb, (formerly St. Louis,) Capt. Winslow, 13 guns; Essex, Capt Horter, 7 guns, Lexington, Capt. Stark, 7 guns making a total of ten gunboats and one hundred and twenty one guns. The first great obstacle for the expedition to overcome will be the formidable fortifications at Vicksburg. But when it i
preferred charges against the Provost Marshal. We give some of the evidence reported in the New York papers: Dr. Charles Phelps was then examined. Knew Mrs. Brinsmade in New Orleans; came with her from New Orleans; went to the Everett House whe dispatch were that she was at Washington, and that she would be glad to see him; had no business with the lady. Dr. Phelps here requested to be allowed to make a remark. He had been intimately acquainted with Mrs. Brinsmade since she left Neer in which Mr. Kennedy replied to question of witness was not given in a friendly manner, but rather as a threat. Dr. Phelps then withdrew, and Mrs. Brinsmade was introduced. The lady is remarkably good- looking, about twenty-five years old, mk; after I got here, I made up my mind to go to Washington; on the passage here, I knew the Captain, his wife, and son, Dr. Phelps, and some of the lady passengers; we arrived at New York on the 25th of September; I went to the Everett House; afterwa