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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Index, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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From Nassau, N. P. --An arrival at Charleston, S. C., brings Nassau dates to the 10th inst. Rev. Moses D. Hoge, of Richmond, had arrived there safely, and would shortly sail for England. Sam Whiting, U. S. Consul at Nassau, had been recalled, on complaint of the Governor, for getting drunk and abusing Queen Victoria and her subjects in a violent manner. A Mr. Doty, of the staff of Gov. Morgan, of New York, has been appointed his successor. Sam published a card before he left thanking some friends for a serenade of U. S. national tunes, which "were so rarely heard in Nassau." A citizen of Charleston, S. C., who reached Nassau a few days since thus writes to the Courier: The sentiment appears to be all one way; the natives of the North living here are mostly pro- Southern, or at least in favor of peace; and, more strange than all, the negroes — the victims of British "freedom"--throw up their hats for "Dixie" I have talked with a number of intelligent Northern gen