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City point, March 22. Sailed, Prussian bark William, Wagner, master, loaded with grain for Dublin, Ireland. Schr. Mary L. Johnson, Passwater, Richmond. Savannah, March 21.--Ar'd, brig Empire, Norfolk. Philadelphia, March 23.--Cl'd, schr. J. W. Woolston, Richmond Passengers per Steamship Roanoke, G. W. Couch, master, from New York, March 21st, 1861: Wm. Blakey, Geo. Cameron and lady, G. W. Butler, lady and child, E. R. Ormock, Mrs. D. Lanier, T. D. Sledge, W. N. Blakeman, W. A. Lash, Miss E. Blakeman, L. W. Shattuck, and 8 in steerage.
The Missouri Convention. St. Louis, March 22. --In the Missouri State Convention, yesterday, Mr. Henderson, Chairman of the Committee to which was referred the communication of the Commissioner from Georgia, presented a long report, declaring against secession, and exhorting Georgia and other secession States to desist from the revolutionary measures commenced by them, and unite their voice with ours in restoring peace and fraternal relations between all the States. The report don, and were made the special order for the third Monday in December. The resolution providing for the election by the Convention of seven delegates to the Border State Convention was then passed, and the Convention adjourned. St. Louis,March 22.--In the Convention this morning, a committee of one from each Congressional district was elected to call a Convention together, previous to the third Monday in December, if the public exigencies require it. The following gentlemen were ele
The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another speech of Vice President Stephens. (search)
Affairs in Texas. Galveston March 22nd. --The Legislature met on the 18th. The House and Senate took the oath of allegiance. A few members took it under protest. Gov. Houston and the Secretary of State have retired, having surrendered the archives, seal, etc., belonging to the State of Texas. Gov. Houston has issued an appeal to the people, denouncing the Convention. The Convention passed a substitute for the army bill, raising only one regiment of mounted Rangers.
Collision on the Camden and Ambey Railroad. Philadelphia March 22. --A collision occurred on the Camden and Amboy Railroad this morning, between a freight and an emigrant train. One engine was badly damaged, and some of the freight cars were smashed. --No person was injured. Other trains were delayed in consequence of the disaster.
Failures and Suspensions. Boston March 22. --The Boston Commercial Bulletin's list of business changes gives twenty-one failures in New York, five in Philadelphia, two in Boston, and twenty-one in other place — a total of forty-nine for the week.
Burning of the schooner Sarah Ann--the storm-- Railroad travel, &c. Boston March 22. --The schr. Sarah Ann, of Rockland, Me., loaded with lime, struck on the Isle of Shoals on the morning of the 18th inst., took fire, and was destroyed. Milliken, master, and one of the crew were drowned; the rest of those on board were saved. The snow storm which commenced raging at noon yesterday still continues. About a foot of snow has fallen. Railroad travel in all directions is interrupted. Gov. Andrew has postponed the execution of Alex. Desmartean from the 29th of March to the 26th of April. He was convicted of rape and murder, and sentenced to be hung at Springfield.
The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Death of a Survivor of the Groton massacre. (search)
Death of a clergyman. Boston March 22. --Rev. Thomas Whittemore, a well known Universalist clergyman, died this morning
d at 64 @65 cts. Whiskey closed steady at 17¾cts. Sales in New York, March 23, of $3,500 Va. 6's at 79 ; $2,000 do. at 79½ $6,000 Tenn. 6's at 75¾, and $68,000 Mo. 6's at 66½@66¼. Philadelphia. March 23. --Flour is quiet.--Sales at $5. Wheat is quiet — Red $1.25@1.30; White $1.35@1.45. Corn is firm — sales of 16,000 bushels — New Yellow 58@58 ½cts. Rio Coffee 11¼@14 cents Pork — Mess $17.21. Whiskey closed steady at 18@18½cts. Baltimore Cattle market. Baltimore, March 22. --The offerings at the State scales yesterday were 750 head, being 200 more than last market day. The market was rather dull, and prices were a shade lower. Of the above offerings 200 head were driven to Philadelphia, 100 were left over unsold, and the balance (450 head) were taken by Baltimore butchers at prices ranging from $3 to 4.50, and averaging $3,75 per 100 lbs. This average shows a full decline of 25 per 100 lbs. There was a plentiful supply of live hogs at the pen