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The Daily Dispatch: may 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. affairs in Old Louisa. (search)
A chance. --We have the best authority for saying, remarks the Norfolk Argus, that President Jefferson Davis has accepted a proposition from Ex-Governor Wise to raise a partisan legion, to be formed into a brigade when raised, and to be commissioned as provided by existing law. This, we have reason to know, is vouched by telegraph of May 23d instant, from Montgomery, signed by S. Cooper, A. G. Here now is an opportunity for all partisan leaders and men who may desire to be commissioned or enlisted. We are informed that the Ex-Governor will make arrangements at an early day to raise this legion.
iamsport. All is quiet here. Baltimore,May 23.--The Union State Convention met in this city ing votes to these resolutions. Wheeling,May 23.--The city to-day gave 2,595 votes against the, and 89 for its ratification. Baltimore,May 23.--A few returns have been received from Wester00 majority against secession. Frankfort,May 23.--In the Senate to- day, Mr. Pratt offered a r for the arming of the State. Louisville,May 23.--The editors of the leading daily newspapers the Confederate authorities. Louisville,May 23.--Capt. James W. Abert arrived here yesterday,n from the Federal Government. St. Louis,May 23.--The steamer J. C. Swan was seized yesterday e. Approved May 11, 1861. St. Louis,May 23.--Ex-Governor Black, of Nebraska, who has beener cargo is a total loss. Lancaster, Pa.,May 23. --For some time past our citizens have been dbe touched, even by hungry men. New York,May 23.--Fifty-two thousand dollars' worth of notes f[4 more...]
No blockade at Savannah. Savannah, May 23. --The Spanish Consul has just returned from a trip outside Tybee.--No blockading vessel was in sight. He spoke a pilot-boat sixteen miles outside, and the private British yacht Camilla. These confirmed the statement that there was no existing blockade. The Spanish Consul will, therefore, return immediately to Charleston.