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ce of such a political constitution and such a country, without seeing a single act of injustice committed on any one, or suffering a single injury myself, there can be but one loyal wish — namely that I may die, as I have lived, a citizen of the unbroken American Union, and may leave to those who come after me, as we received from those who went before us, all its honored institutions, unimpaired and reinvigorated. I remain, my dear sir, yours sincerely and truly, William H. Seward. To Smith O' Brien, Esq., Killiney, county Dublin, Ireland. The Emperor's speech. The London correspondent of the New York Times writes as follows: The speech of the Emperor was rather a damper to those who expected immediate French intervention. Its saving clause, "as long as neutral rights shall be respected," is some comfort to Messrs. Manu and Yancey But he truth is, that the he just now has his hands full of his own finances. His speech was for the Bourse. It was peace all over.
arrow. 6. Wm. W. Boyce. Tennessee. 1. Jos. T. Heiskell. 2. Wm. G. Swan. 3. W. H. Tebbs. 4. E. L. Gardenshire. 5. Henry S. Foote. 6. M. P. Gentry. 7. Geo. W. Jones. 8. Thos. Meneese. 9. J. D. C. Atkina. 10. John V. Wright. 11. David M. Currin. Texas. 1. John A. Wilcox. 2. C. C. Herbert. 3. Peter W. Gray. 4. B. F. Sexton. 5. M. D. Graham. 6. Wm. B. Wright. Virginia. 1. M. S. R. Garnett, 2. J. B. Christian. 3. Jeb. Esyest. 4. Roger A. Pryor. 5. Thos. S. Bocock. 6. John Goods, jr. 7. J. P. Holcombe. 8. D. C. DeJarnetts. 9. William Smith. 10. A. R. Boteler. 11. Jno. B. Baldwin. 12. Waller R. Staples. 13. Walter Preston. 14. Albert G. Jonkins. 15. Robt. Johnston. 16. Chast W. Russell. Those marked with the have been members of the United States Congress. The number of old Congressmen will be thirty-three. New Congressmen, seventy-three. Total, one hundred and six.
, owing to the extent of our line of action, little can be learned of the result. I hear, however, that the Captain of Company I, Seventh Illinois regiment, has been killed. Gen. McClernand's division is operating on the right wing, and General Smith on the left. We have had but one gunboat to play upon the fort until just within the last half hour, since when the other gunboats have been firing on the fort. The force estimated to be within the breastworks, from the best informationLieutenant Watts, Artillery, Lieutenant Weller, Artillery. Major Vorhies. Captain Horton. Orderly Sergeant J H Laughlin, 15th Arkansas regiment. Lieut. G. R. G. Jones, heavy Artillery. private B T Stone, heavy Artillery. Serg't J R Smith, 3d Alabama battalion. private R N Fleming, 3d Alabama battalion. private S S Sears, 3d Alabama battalion. private James Nolen, 3d Alabama battalion. private Samuel Currey, 3d Alabama battalion. private J C Cooper, 3d Alabama battalion.