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The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1864., [Electronic resource], Vice-President Stephens's and Sherman's Proposition to negotiate. (search)
oses J. Ferry, State agent at Baltimore; Edward Donobus, Jr., of Albany; Peter Kirley, of Lewis county, and Dr. Jones, of New York city, voting agents, have been arrested by the provost-marshal, who has also closed the New York State Agency Stephen Makson, Surgeon in charge. Governor Seymour is in Buffalo, and the telegram has been forwarded him. Washington, October 27.--The New York State Agent in this city was arrested to-day and his office closed. A telegram from Washington, dated the 27th says: Considerable excitement has been occasioned here by the arrest, to-day, under the auspices of the military authorities, of Colonel Samuel North, New York State agent; Major Cohn, paymaster of State bounties, and Mr. Jones, hospital visitor, and the seizure of the office of the State agent and the ballots already deposited by New York soldiers. The State agent's office was the depository for a number of soldiers' votes, a majority of which are said to be for McC
Mayor's court, Saturday. --Mary Roach, charged with using abusive and threatening language towards Daniel Steward, was required to give security in the sum of two hundred dollars for her good behavior. Thaddeus, slave of William S. Morris, charged with stealing one table cover and a piano cover, valued, hundred and fifty dollars, and two sets of castors, valued at four hundred dollars, was committed for his appearance on Monday. The charge of dealing with a slave without the permission of her owner, preferred against Ellen, slave of Mrs. Washington, was continued till Tuesday.