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United States correspondence between General Dix and governor Seymour seizure of newspapers governor orders arrest of off banishment of Clement C. Vallandigham assertions of governor Seymour on the case. Now follows the humiliating spectacleding general of that department addressed a letter to Governor Seymour, saying: As the draft under the act of Congress opose, troops in the service of the United States. Governor Seymour replied on August 3d: I have this day sent to theto meet any emergency growing out of it. Meantime Governor Seymour received no answer to his letter to the President. H and imprisoned. But these orders were suspended. Governor Seymour immediately instructed the District Attorney to procetary force to be very active on the day of election. Governor Seymour issued a proclamation, saying: There is no reasonte States. This military usurpation was spoken of by Governor Seymour of New York in a letter written at the time, in these
Jefferson, 419. Davis Guards, 199. Dayton, —, 320. Deagan, Hugh, 201. Deane, Silas, 229. Deerhound (yacht), 216. Delaney, Michael, 201. Dibrell, General, 466. Dix, General John A., 8, 87, 134, 264, 406, 413. Correspondence with Governor Seymour concerning New York conscription, 411-12. Dixon, Captain, 20, 24. Donaldsonville, La., Battle of, 351. Donovan, Daniel, 201. Dougherty, Thomas, 200. Dowling, Lt. R. W., 199-200, 201. Drayton, General, 133, 134. Judge William Henry,216. Semple, —, 589-90. Serrano, Marshal, 218. Seven Pines, Battle of, 101-06, 133. Seward, William H., 220-21, 227, 244, 321, 403, 404, 406, 407, 417, 521. Extracts from letter to Francis Adams concerning cotton exports, 288-89. Seymour, Governor of New York, 413, 414. Correspondence with Gen. Dix concerning conscription, 411-12. Extract from letter concerning military usurpation of civil liberties, 421-22. Sharkey, William L., 635. Sharpsburg, Pa., Battle of, 279-80, 281-87.