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The Daily Dispatch: August 28, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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server, gave rise to much discussion throughout the city — We heard several rumors that the Marshal intended to take charge of the Catholic Herald and Visitor also, it having been represented that that paper was of Secession proclivities. On looking over the file of that journal, we were unable to see anything which would justify the suspicion that the editor favored the rebel cause. The paper is confined principally to the discussion of religious subjects, and is the organ of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Wood. Politically, it would appear that the editor is opposed to the present Administration, and freely states that fact, strenuously supporting Judge Taney in the late habeas corpus case as opposed to the Cabinet. The New Orleans Commercial Bulletin, in an editorial upon the recent outrages at the North, remarks. While sympathizing with the victims of the cowardly and murderous despotism at Washington in the Northern States, we can hardly help rejoicing in one sense at every
r. Stevens elected. Yesterday U. S. Marshal Millward sold, at the Merchants' Exchange, one-sixth part of the schooner Alliance, the same being the property of Charles Pettigrew, a native of the State of North Carolina, for the sum of $195. The purchaser was T. C. Nelson. Also the two-sixteenths of the schooner J. H. Burnett, the property of Gideon and Freely Moore, residents of North Carolina. Nathan Champlin, was the buyer, at $205. At the solicitation of Gov. Curtin, Right Rev. Bishop Wood has forwarded to Harrisburg the names of several Catholic Chaplains for Pennsylvania regiments, the object being to place them in the army. On Wednesday a commission was sent from the Executive to Rev. M. F. Martin, of the Cathedral, who has been appointed Chaplain in Col. Owen's regiment. He left last week for the seat of war. The committee on the defence and safety of the city have expended, up to the present time, $124,919 03, leaving a balance of $125,080 97 of the $250,000 a