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Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories 426 414 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) 86 2 Browse Search
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knees, but his fear of losing an army made all pleadings vain. In fact, as I ascertained by the following cablegram which came into my hands, Napoleon's instructions for the French evacuation were in Mexico at the very time of this pathetic scene between him and Carlotta. The despatch was in cipher when I received it, but was translated by the telegraph operator at my headquarters, who long before had mastered the key of the French cipher: Paris, January 10, 1867. French Consul, New Orleans, La. To General Castelnau, at Mexico. Received your despatch of the 9th December. Do not compel the Emperor to abdicate, but do not delay the departure of the troops; bring back all those who will not remain there. Most of the fleet has left. Napoleon. This meant the immediate withdrawal of the French. The rest of the story — which has necessarily been but an outline — is soon told. Maximilian, though deserted, determined to hold out to the last, and with the aid of disloyal
stigation, and that night sent the following report of the affair: headquarters Military division of the Gulf, New Orleans, La., Aug. 1, 1866. General U. S. Grant: You are doubtless aware of the serious riot which occurred in this city on thwar Deft., Washington, D. C., August 3, 1866-5 P. M. Major-General P. H. Sheridan, Commanding Mil. Div. of the Gulf, New Orleans, La. Continue to enforce martial law, so far as may be necessary to preserve the peace; and do not allow any of the ci which I give in full, since it tells the whole story of the riot: headquarters Military division of the Gulf, New Orleans, La., August 6, 1866. His Excellency Andrew Johnson, President United States: I have the honor to make the following rrrible results of massacre and murder, was not an accident. It was the determined purpose of the mayor of the city of New Orleans to break up this convention by armed force. The statement is also made, that He [the President] knew that rebels an
ause of the removal, and I replied: headquarters Fifth Military District, New Orleans, La., April 19, 1867. General: On the 27th day of March last I removed from rt over which Judge Abell presided is the only criminal court in the city of New Orleans, and for a period of at least nine months previous to the riot of July 30 hetructions: Special orders, no. 15.headquarters Fifth Military District. New Orleans, La., April 10, 1867. 2. In obedience to the directions contained in the fircomplied in the following telegram: headquarters Fifth Military District, New Orleans, La., June 3, 1867. Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of yourfact that the President had been informed by General James B. Steadman New Orleans, June 19, 1867. Andrew Johnson, President United States, Washington City: refers. Special orders, no. 125.headquarters Fifth Military District, New Orleans, La., August 24 1867. The registration of voters of the State of Louisian