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ove, that they had been allowed the privilege of inhabiting the cellar; but the Mayor said that did not authorize them to make themselves nuisances. Required to give security, and failed.--Mrs. Martha West had Edward Hill up for uttering threats against her. Two witnesses swore exactly the reverse of each other about the matter, and the Mayor continued the case until to-day.--Daniel Johnson, a person with sunburnt face and heavy beard, who said he was partly raised in Kentucky and partly in Canada, and had just arrived from New York with a letter from General Cocke to Governor Letcher, the latter of whom told him to circulate around as he pleased, was placed in durance till his Excellency could be called on Austin Gibbons, arrested for using incendiary language, was committed. Gibbons said he was drunk. The Mayor told him, "out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh," and he should have to send him, at least for a time, where the police cease from troubling and the wicked
The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Cassius M. Clay and the London Times--"Our Foreign Relations." (search)
views which he has so unwisely sought to thrust upon the people of England. "our Foreign Relations." The New York Herald, of Thursday, editorially says: Secretary Seward's dispatch to Mr. Dayton is again criticised in a very sneering manner by the London Times, and another English journal does not hesitate to class Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet and the insurgent Southern conclave of rebels as the two American factions. Lord Palmerston says, through his London organ, the Post, that Canada will soon become the centre of commerce and emigration for the American continent. Our compilation from the foreign files, given to-day, in such connection, is worthy of serious consideration, and exhibits a manifest tendency towards an unfriendly policy to the Government at Washington, which, if carried out, may result in giving England a severe lesson, for which she is probably not prepared. Mr. Lindsay, M. P., who recently visited this country, in a speech to his constituents at Sun