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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 10 2 Browse Search
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"You must work out your own plans Go your own way, and see that no rebel sets his foot in Kansas." Release of Hon. R. H. Stanton from Fort Lafayette. From the Maysville (Ky.) Eagle we copy the following: On last Tuesday night the Hon.the Hon. R. H. Stanton returned to his home in this city, having been relased from confinement at Fort Lafayette. We learn that some of his enthusiastic admirers among the young Secessionists indulged in rapturous shouts for Jeff. Davis when they caught sight of Mr. Stanton, doubtless thinking that such sounds would prove gladsome to him, and clearly indicating the sentiments they understood Mr. Stanton to entertain, as well as showing what their own action will be if an opportunity shall ever presentMr. Stanton to entertain, as well as showing what their own action will be if an opportunity shall ever present itself. Federal report of a fight in Missouri. Otterville, Jan. 10 To Major-Gen Halleck, Commanding Department of Missouri: On the 8th inst., at four o'clock P. M., Majors Terrence and Hubbard, with 450 men, attacked Poindexter, with
Brought back --We are informed by the jailor of Henrico county that the three men, Twells, Stanton, and Lawson, who recently broke out of that institution, are now within its walls again, having been returned by some citizens who saw them attempting to cross the Rappahannock. This river has proved fatal to the aspiring hopes of several escaped Yankees heretofore.
unfavorable in consequence of the muddy streets and a raging snow storm, which commenced about 8 o'clock.--The President was in fine spirits over the news of the victory in Kentucky, and the safe arrival of Gen. Burnside in Pamlico Sound. He had a cheerful word to say to most every person who paid their respects to him. Mrs. Lincoln appeared in pure white, her dress being an elegant figured brocade. She was escorted through the great East Room by Gen. Cameron, ex-Secretary of War. Mr. Stanton, the new Secretary of War, was present, and was most cordially received by the President and distinguished guests present. Among the foreign Ministers present were the representatives from Russia, Spain, Sweden, Italy, and New Granada.--Most of the Cabinet ministers and families were present. The rich dresses of the ladies, mingling with the bright uniforms of the officers of the army, presented a varied and beautiful scene. More secession prisoners for Fort Lafayette. The New