Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: April 12, 1862., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) or search for Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

But, "what to do with him," is the great question for all Yankeedom. We have seen it suggested of late, by a Northern journal, that these contrabands are to be sent to New England, where, in the warm shoe-rooms, of the Yankee manufacturers, which manufacture so much shoe leather and corruption, they may become artizans and mechanics. It is not stated how the Yankee mechanics are to be induced to create the vacuum into which the skilled labor of Africa is to be introduced, nor how Massachusetts will like to become a free-negro Commonwealth. Others talk of a colony for them, somewhere in the tropics, where the United States, which is flush of funds, can transport them by millions, and leave them to perish gradually from improvidence and want, as all similar colonies have become gradually extinct in all parts of the world. As New England cannot support them, and the Western States refuse positively to have them within their borders on any terms, it would seem that the only alte
Markets--Breadstuffs dull. Iron dull. Sugar a downward tendency.--Coffee firmer and advancing. Tea quiet, with a trifling advance; common Congou, 18 1½c. Rice very dull. Spirit's Turpentine, irregular, and quoted at 68a70 Consol closed on Friday evening at 93¾ a 94. The bullion in the Bank of England has increased £511,000. American Securities--There has been a fair business, but quotations, in many cases, are nominal. United States 6's, 82a84; United States 5's, 76a77; Massachusetts 5's, 94a96; Maryland 5's,80; Illinois Central shares, 43 dis; New York Central, 72a74; Erie, 33¼. English Opinion.[from the London Standard, March 14] It would seem that the Confederate States are much more closely blockaded by land than by sea. They can import arms; they could if they would export cotton and tobacco. But that which used to come to us overland, through the United States post-office, has not yet found a safe channel for itself — Letters and newspapers seem but r<