Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: February 27, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Gen or search for Gen in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

se. "I avail myself of this occasion to assure you of my distinguished consideration. "Henry Mercier. "Mr. Ellis, President, &c." We presume these letters, not only that from Messrs. Ellett and Garnett, detailing conversations with the French Minister, but the last one above given from that high functionary himself, will be considered as fully conclusive of the high character, standing and responsibility of the house of Bellot des Minieres Bros. & Company — the more so when it is reflected that the Imperial Government never grants the slightest recognition of any person or enterprise that does not bear the highest character. These conclusions are further borne out by the remarks in the House of the able chairman of the Joint Committee, (Gen-Chapman,) reported in our paper some days since, "that the committees had abundant testimony before them that this was probably the most powerful financial company in the world, and abundantly able to carry out their agreements."
The Daily Dispatch: February 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], The working men's National Convention. (search)
Ruffianism in Washington. The times are becoming lively in Washington. Congressman Van Wyck, who was never before known as a first-class combatant, has been assailed by three rogues (in buckram?) and let fly at them more furiously than honestJack. Why don't Gen.Scottkeep better order in the Federal Capital with his standing army police? Perhaps some of his heroes were the perpetrators of the deed. Letters from Washington have appeared in the columns of our city contemporaries stating that citizens have been stabbed and ladies insulted by these myrmidons.