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The Daily Dispatch: October 8, 1862., [Electronic resource], Purchase of Clyde steamers for running the Floored. (search)
Purchase of Clyde steamers for running the Floored. --The Glasgow Morning Journal states that the fine steamer , one of Mr. David Hutcheson's fleet of West Highland boats, which has been generally acknowledged as the Queen of the Clyde, made her last trip on her route from Glasgow to Ardridging, on Saturday last, having been purchased it is said Mr. Mason, the Southern who visited Glasgow lately, had something to do with this purchase. As it is, she will likely leave the Clyde after receiving some strengthening battle, in a short time hence. It is also said two or three others of our crack steamers, if not already sold, are likely soon to be purchased for the same purpose. Should they go to the South, they will likely form a line of steamers between some near frontal ports and one of the smaller Southern ports least likely to be affected by a blockade.--Wilmer a Smith's European Times.
r next, in Middle and West Tennessee, shall be accepted by the President, and shall be allowed to elect their own officers for the first election, after which the President shall be allowed to fill all vacancies, " under the Conscript act. Mr. Smith, of N. C; moved to amend the amendment so as to included those counties lying next of the Wilmington Railroad beyond the lines of our army. Agreed to, and the amendment, as amended, adopted. The bill was then read a third title and please — as it may be practicable to obtain, any law to the contrary not withstanding,) was concurred in. A Senate bill to pay to the State of North Carolina the excess paid by her into the Treasury, over her quota of the war tax, was taken up. Mr. Smith, of N. C., moved to amend so as to include a certain amount of interest thereon. Not agreed to. The bill passed. A Senate bill to refund to the State of Louisiana the excess of war tax paid by that State into the Treasury, was taken up an