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The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another speech of Vice President Stephens. (search)
gard the non-seceding Southern States as entitled to no consideration from the President in his selection of Ministers abroad. The ancient Commonwealth of Virginia, which gave her electoral vote last year, for the first time since the election of Washington, against the Democratic candidate for the Presidency; Maryland, the State of Howard, Williams, Pinckney and Harper; North Carolina, the State of Gaiton, Iredell, Badger, Graham and the Stanleys; Tennessee, which preferred Clay to Polk in 1844--Scott to Pierce in 1852, and Bell to Breckinridge in 1860--all are ignored by Abraham Lincoln — while Kentucky alone is recognized in the person of Cassius M. Clay, who could not carry a county in the State on the popular vote. Even the third-rate mission to Constantinople is conferred upon a Northern man — the gasconading editor of a New York journal, who has, to the extent of his ability, done as much as any other journalist to bring about the present unhappy condition of the country.
The Southern Confederacy. --The Montgomery Advertiser publishes a list of the officers appointed in the Confederate army.--Among them are the following from Virginia: Captains, Wm. G. Gill, Ed. J. Harvie, John Scott; Lieuts., Fitzhugh Lee, Robt. F. Beckham, Geo. W. Carr. The following statement embraces the aggregate appropriation for each department of the Government of the Confederate States: Legislative, $35,740; Executive, $33,050; Department of State, $44,200; Treasury Department, $70,800; War Department, $59,000; Navy Department, $17,300; Post-Office Department, $44,900; Judiciary, $63,200; Mint and Independent Treasury, $80,000; Foreign Intercourse, $100,000; Light-Houses, $150,000; expenses of collecting Revenue, $545,000; Executive mansion, $5,000; miscellaneous, $200,000. Total, $1,468,190.
From Havana. --Advices from Havana are to the 17th inst. Prince Alfred had been heard from at Bermuda. He will arrive at Havana first of April. Grand preparations are being made for his reception. The yacht Mary Kingsland, from New York, has been wrecked on the Florida coast. The members of Scott's theatrical Troupe, who were on board, were rescued by the steamer Catawba, after being subjected to several days' exposure. Nearly all their property was lost. The boat was valued at $4,000.
Counterfeit $10 notes on the Commercial Bank of Columbia, South Carolina are in circulation. Gen. Scott was hung in effigy at Sylvania, Ga., on the 4th instant, by the school-boys of that place.