Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1862., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Stevens or search for Stevens in all documents.

Your search returned 11 results in 1 document section:

ary had time to consider the question. Mr. Stevens (Pa) remarked that he agreed with Mr. Wicklnly against the Generals in the field? Mr. Stevens.--I intend to place the blame exactly whereman charge this on the Administration? Mr. Stevens.--I charge it on the management of the war t to ridicule the Kentucky delegation? Mr. Stevens.--I don't say so; nor do I mean any gentlemation he had with the Secretary of War, he (Mr. Stevens) did not think the Secretary held any such tation in repeating what had occurred. Mr. Stevens wished the Secretary had replied by saying,e thing. Mr. Lovejoy, by permission of Mr. Stevens, occupied the floor for a short time, and r for the liberty of all thus employed. Mr. Stevens was thankful to Mr. Sedgwick for the portiof-interest, to put down the rebellion. Mr. Stevens I don't doubt it. We only differ in opinionould disperse thirty thousand of them. Mr. Stevens quickly responded. Then they'll do injury [1 more...]