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indows, and the effect was very grand.--Through other thoroughfares a similar illumination and greeting awaited the procession on the route to Monument Square, where the procession dismissed, and participated in the mass meeting, which was proceeding when the procession reached the square, about eleven o'clock. The stand bore above the speaker's desk the motto, "The Union, the Constitution, and the Enforcement of the Laws," and on either side the portraits of John Bell, of Tennessee, and Edward Everett, of Massachusetts. The stand was appropriately dressed with flags, and lit with full jets of gas. Capt. Minnick's band early occupied the stand. A Republican "Mass" Meeting was held on the same night, and a company of "Wide Awakes," bearing torches, marched to the Front Street Theatre, where it took place. They were greeted with groans and hisses all along the route. The same paper adds: At the corner of Lombard and Charles streets some bricks were thrown into the procession
The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], English view of the late Royal visit. (search)
Union Electoral Ticket.State of Virginia.the Union, the Constitution, and the Enforcementof the Laws.for President,John Bell, of Tranesserfor Vice-President,Edward Everett, of Massachusetts. Electors: Dist. 1st. L. H. Chandler, of Norfolk City. Dist. 2d. Travis H. Epes, of Nottoway. p>Dist. 3d. Thos. Bruck, of Halifax. Dist. 4th. John T. Thornton of P. Edward. Dist. 5th. Jas. F. Johnson, of Bedford. Dist. 6th. Marmaduke Johnson, of Richmond City. Dist. 7th. Lemuel. J. Bowden, of Winburg. Dist. 8th. Joseph Christian, of Middlesex. Dist. 9th. B. H. Shackelford, of Fauquier. Dist. 10th. And W. E. Kennedy, of Jefferson. Dist. 11th. Francis T. Anderson, of Rockbridge. Dist. 12th. W. R. Staples, of Montgomery. Dist. 13th. Walter Preston, of Washing'n. Dist. 14th. J. J. Jackson. Jr., of Wood. Dist. 15th. A. B. Caldwell, of Ohio. Election, Tuesday,6th November. oc 31--4t
Union men, are you ready! The day of battle is now close to hand; the hopes of the South, the safety of the country, the peace of the nation, the integrity of the Union, the inviolability of the Constitution, all now depend upon men of the Union party, the supporters of Bell and Everett, in this grand conflict.-- Whatever betides, let us, one and all, do our duty and our whole duty, and Heaven, that has made and preserved us a nation, will bless our efforts and reward our patriotism,--Men of the Union party! e firm, be unwavering, be true in this last hour, and deserve the victory that awaits you.-- Rally your forces, and make one bold, brave, patriotic struggle for the Union. no 3--1t