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From Texas — address from Judge Paschal--reconstruction. New Orleans, December 8. --Judge Paschal, on his return from Washington to Austin, issued an address to the people of Texas, informing them as to what will be required to get the State back into the Union--that the State Convention must declare slavery abolished, and that it can never exist except as a punishment for crime; and recognizes the rights of the negro as freemen, not implying thereby, however, his social equality with the white man, or his equality at the polls. The Legislature, he adds, must ratify the constitutional amendment, and declare the secession ordinance, the ratification of the Confederate Constitution, and the dependent acts for resistance, null and void, and also the State war debt. The Judge cautioned the people who they elect to carry these measures into effect. Great importance will be attached to their choice, as an evidence of their sincerity. General constitutional reforms, outs
The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1865., [Electronic resource], Admission of Southern Representatives. (search)
Aid for Southern Pasters. Louisville, December 8. --At 7 o'clock last evening, notwithstanding the adverse weather, the several Presbyterian congregations of this city assembled in the Second Presbyterian Church to take action in behalf of the Kentucky Board of Aid for Southern Pastors. The Chair introduced the services by singing "Glory to God in the Highest on Earth, Peace and Good Will to Men. " Rev John Young then offered prayer, and stated the object of the meeting, and upon calling for an organizations appropriate to the occasion, the following officers were elected, viz: Hamilton Pope, President; General J. T. Boyle, Hon. P. B. Muir and Hon. W. F. Barrett, Vice. Presidents, and Rev. R. Morrow, Secretary. After the congregation had united in singing, stirring addresses were delivered by Rev. J. D. McKee, Rev. John C. Young, city pastors; Hamilton Pope, General Boyle, Hon. W. F. Barrett and others. Letters were read from Rev. E. P. Humphrey, D. D., and Rev. R. G.
From New Orleans. New Orleans, December 8. --Cotton dull — sales to-day 3,500 bales; sales for the week, 2,000 bales. Middlings, 50@51 cents. Sugar depressed — fair to fully, 171-2@18 cents. Molasses, prime to choice, $10 21-2@105. Gold, 49 1-4. Exchange on New York, 1-8 @1-4. Discount freights easy. Cotton to New York, 7-8@