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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 427 5 Browse Search
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George P. Rowell and Company's American Newspaper Directory, containing accurate lists of all the newspapers and periodicals published in the United States and territories, and the dominion of Canada, and British Colonies of North America., together with a description of the towns and cities in which they are published. (ed. George P. Rowell and company) 40 0 Browse Search
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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 57.--a proclamation.-by the President of the United States. (search)
rs. At its close a compromise must be made no more favorable to the North than was the Crittenden compromise. But the evils of the unnecessary strife will continue into the long years of the future, and be felt by millions. No good whatever can come out of the shocking conflict. War has been commenced. Its origin is the negro agitation. Let the friends of the agitation point out the spot where a slave has been benefited if they can. Great evils have come. Where are the benefits? Hartford (Ct.) times. President Lincoln has called an extra session of Congress, to meet on the 4th of July, and the measure will undoubtedly receive the approval of the people in all the loyal States. We dislike to believe that the sole wish of the President is to be supplied with the means of prosecuting a war against the South, and that Congress will be asked to do nothing more than pass force bills and raise money for their execution. A war based upon a spirit of revenge, or a dispositi
. Co.10,000 Detroit, Mich.50,000 Dunkirk, N. Y.20,000 Dover, N. H.10,000 Damariscotta, Me.3,000 Elizabeth, N. J.11,000 Elkhart, Ind.8,000 Erie, Pa.25,000 Evansville, Ind.15,000 Fall River, Mass.10,000 Flemington, N. J.5,000 Fond du Lac, Wis.4,000 Gloucester, Mass.10,000 Glen Falls, N. Y.10,000 Great Falls, N. H.10,000 Greensburg, Ind.2,000 Georgetown, Mass.5,000 Galena, Ill.1,000 Hudson, N. Y .4,000 Hamilton, Ohio.1,000 Hoboken, N. J.2,000 Hornellsville, N. Y.1,000 Hartford, Conn.64.000 Harrisburg, Pa.5,000 Illinois, State.2,000,000 Indiana, State.1,000,000 Iowa, State.100,000 Ithaca, N. Y.10,000 Indianapolis, Ind.5,000 Ipswich, Mass.4,000 Jersey City, N. J.32,000 Janesville, Wis.6,000 Kenton, Ohio.2,000 Keene, N. H.10,000 Lynn, Mass.10,000 Lockport, N. Y.2,000 Lawrence, Mass.5,000 Lowell, Mass.8,000 London, Ohio.1,000 Lancaster, Pa.5,000 Lebanon County, Pa.10,000 Maine, State.1,300,000 Michigan, various pl's.50,000 Milwaukee, Wis.31,000 Mar
. Staff.--Colonel, Alfred H. Terry, of New Haven; Lieut. Colonel, David Young, of Norwich; Major, Robert O. Tyler, of Hartford; Surgeon, Archibald T. Douglass, M. D., of New London; Surgeon's Mate, Francis Bacon, of New Haven. Infantry Company A, Hartford, Capt., John C. Comstock, 80 men; Infantry Company B, Hartford, Capt., Ira Wright, 77 men; Infantry Company C, Windsor Locks, Capt., Levi L. Hilman, 77 men; Infantry Company D, Waterbury, Capt., John L. Chatfield, 84 men; Infantry CompanyHartford, Capt., Ira Wright, 77 men; Infantry Company C, Windsor Locks, Capt., Levi L. Hilman, 77 men; Infantry Company D, Waterbury, Capt., John L. Chatfield, 84 men; Infantry Company E, Danbury, Capt., E. E. Wildman, 77 men; Infantry Company F, West Meriden, Capt., Byxbee, 77 men; Infantry Company G, New Britain, Capt., Frederick W. Hart, 89 men; Infantry Company H, Bridgeport, Capt., Richard Fitzgibbons, 77 men; Rifle Company A., Frederick W. Hart, 89 men; Infantry Company H, Bridgeport, Capt., Richard Fitzgibbons, 77 men; Rifle Company A, Hartford, Capt., Joseph R. Hawley, 84 men; Rifle Company B, Bridgeport, Capt., John Spiedal, 77 men.--National Intelligencer, May 15.
Doc. 167.-Second Connecticut Regiment. List of officers. Colonel, Daniel Tyler, Norwich; Lieut.-Colonel, George S. Burnham, Hartford; Major, John L. Chatfield, Waterbury; Adjutant, Theodore C. Bacon, New Haven; Quartermaster, Justin Hodge, Harkhamsted; Surgeon, C. P. Stearns, Hartford; Surgeon's Mate, Frederick Dibble, New Haven; Sergeant-Major, J. L. Spalding, Norwich; Quartermaster Sergeant, J. V. B. Williams, Preston.--National Intelligencer, May 17. Doc. 167.-Second Connecticut Regiment. List of officers. Colonel, Daniel Tyler, Norwich; Lieut.-Colonel, George S. Burnham, Hartford; Major, John L. Chatfield, Waterbury; Adjutant, Theodore C. Bacon, New Haven; Quartermaster, Justin Hodge, Harkhamsted; Surgeon, C. P. Stearns, Hartford; Surgeon's Mate, Frederick Dibble, New Haven; Sergeant-Major, J. L. Spalding, Norwich; Quartermaster Sergeant, J. V. B. Williams, Preston.--National Intelligencer, May 17.
the officers of the regiment: Colonel, Levi Woodhouse, Hartford; Lieutenant-Colonel, N. L. White, Hamburg; Major, II. W. Berge, Norwich; Adjutant, T. S. Trumbull, Hartford; Quartermaster, G. A. Washburn, Hartford; Surgeon, S. W. Skinner, WindsorHartford; Surgeon, S. W. Skinner, Windsor Locks; Assistant Surgeon, Edward Bently, Norwich; Chaplain, E. Walker, New Haven; Sergeant Major, E. A. Gillette, Hartford;Hartford; Quartermaster Sergeant, F. A. Pratt, Hartford Commissary Sergeant, E. P. Allen, Hartford. Company A, from Hartford--CaptHartford Commissary Sergeant, E. P. Allen, Hartford. Company A, from Hartford--Captain L. G. Hemmingway; 1st Lieutenant, Wm. G. Fitch; 2d Lieutenant, Charles M. Robbins. Company B, from Derby--Captain, E. S.Hartford. Company A, from Hartford--Captain L. G. Hemmingway; 1st Lieutenant, Wm. G. Fitch; 2d Lieutenant, Charles M. Robbins. Company B, from Derby--Captain, E. S. Kellogg; 1st Lieutenant, T. S. Gilbert; 2d Lieutenant, Geo. Ager. Company C, from Suffield--Captain, R. S. Burbank; 1st LieHartford--Captain L. G. Hemmingway; 1st Lieutenant, Wm. G. Fitch; 2d Lieutenant, Charles M. Robbins. Company B, from Derby--Captain, E. S. Kellogg; 1st Lieutenant, T. S. Gilbert; 2d Lieutenant, Geo. Ager. Company C, from Suffield--Captain, R. S. Burbank; 1st Lieutenant, W. S. Pomeroy; 2d Lieutenant, Wm. Soby. Company D, from New London--Captain, J. C. Dunford; 1st Lieutenant, G. B. C. F. Brooker; 2d Lieutenant, E. 11. Mix. Company K, from Hartford--Captain, D. W. Siprell; 1st Lieutenant, Oliver Burke; 2d
called out fifteen thousand men from three different States, led by their Governors and General Morgan, whom Washington at first proposed himself to accompany across the Alleghanies. Next President Jefferson crushed in the bud the opening conspiracy of Aaron Burr. President Madison, during the war of 1812, when doubts were entertained of the loyalty of the Hartford conventionists, who were falsely reported to be in correspondence with the enemy, stationed Major Jessup, of Kentucky, at Hartford, with a regiment, to suppress any sudden outbreak. Gen. Jackson, about the same time, in New Orleans, proclaimed martial law in consequence of attempts by the civil authorities to embarrass the necessary measures of defence. President Jackson, in 1832, repressed by the arm of General Scott, and amid the hearty applause of the nation, the defiant nullification of South Carolina, and President Tyler, in 1843, with the approval of his Secretary, Mr. John C. Calhoun, sent United States troo