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is not true, as recently reported, that Secretary Cameron is to be removed from the War Departmentondence Relating to the remains of the late Col. Cameron. The following correspondence has taken of delivering up the remains of the late Colonel Cameron, of the New York Seventy-ninth Regiment: is. My object in sending to you is this: Colonel Cameron, a warm personal friend of mine, fell in in which I am engaged is my only apology. Col. Cameron was a warm personal friend of mine, and forof jewelry, which led you to suspect it was Col. Cameron's remains.--You were right in your surmises the likenesses and other things found on Colonel Cameron's body were in the possession of one of hhe spot where the remains of the lamented Colonel Cameron are buried, and will remain till the timeh Regiment, N. Y. S. V. The body of Colonel Cameron. We learn that an effort is being madraternity in Virginia to obtain the body of Col. Cameron, of the New York 79th Regiment, for his wid
The Daily Dispatch: August 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Message of the Governor of North Carolina. (search)
More Lincoln outrages — the privateer "Sumter," &c. Philadelphia, Aug. 20. --Pierce Butler, a citizen, has been arrested, and by the order of Secretary Cameron he has been sent to Fort Hamilton. The privateer Sumter captured the bark Maxwell on the 27th of July. Intelligence received last night at 10 o'clock, from Easton, Pennsylvania, stated that the Sentinel office was being demolished. The Sentinel advocated peace or a compromise. Col. Philip Johnson, a member of Congress elect from this district, was burned in effigy last night. The riot is still progressing.