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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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ttee be appointed to wait upon the President and inform him that there was a quorum present in the House, and Congress was ready to receive any communication from him.--The Chair appointed the following members: Messrs. Enable, of North Carolina, Scott, of Virginia, and Barry, of Mississippi.--Richmond Enquirer, Nov. 19. Judge Thomas S. Richards was shot through a window of the court house in Memphis, Scotland Co., Mo., while confined as a prisoner in the hands of Colonel Moore, of the HomThis arrangement will obviate any possible conflict of authority between the commanders respectively of the land and water forces. The following military appointments were made to-day, viz.: Assistant Adjutant-Generals of Volunteers--Captain Leonard Scott, for General Paine's brigade; Captain George A. Hicks, for General Burn's brigade; Captain John Pound, for General Puce's brigade; Captain Andrew C. Kemper, for General Wade's brigade; Captain William Von Dohn, for General Duryea's brigad
and nothing more or less, no matter by what mocking name of freedom it is deluded. How long a war will it require to win this people from dependence upon the North? Better it should last forever than that the priceless blood already shed should have been shed in vain. We have no reason to fear the North in war; but when the army of bayonets becomes converted into an army of drummers, the structure of Southern independence will be subject to a test more severe and terrible than any which Scott or McClellan are able to apply. As soon as this war is over, a Northern horde of salesmen will overrun the land, or come here to live, and vote down our liberties at the polls. If we do not make provision in our laws to prevent these objects, Southern independence is an idle dream. Letters from Loudon, Laurel County, Ky., emphatically deny the prevalent reports that the citizens of Loudon refuse to sell the Federal Government forage and ask exorbitant prices therefor, and also that