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The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1865., [Electronic resource], Southern Representation — the latest news from Washington. (search)
Stevens, the Fenian Head-Centre, remains at large. It is believed he will get out of the country. One of the prison wardens is under arrest, and two others have been suspended. The military police are now stationed in the prison. Two war steamers left Queenstown on the 26th with a constabulary force on board. The object of this movement is unknown, but it is asserted that it is connected with the search for Stevens. The special commission for the trial of Fenians opened in Dublin on the 27th. The Morning Herald says that the feeling in the city relative to American affairs is not altogether satisfactory. The Princess Helena, of England, is to be betrothed to Prince Christian, of Augustenburg. Spanish advices regarding the Chilian question say that the British remonstrance was most promptly and satisfactorily met at Madrid, and there is now every indication of and peaceful settlement of the difficulty. Percontra, the Madrid Telegraph says that Spain
Arrival of the steamer city of Boston. Boston, December 13. --Arrived — the steamship City of Boston, left Liverpool on the 30th. Stevens, the Fenian Head Centre, is still at large. He escaped by means of false keys. The warden of the prison has been arrested and the prison placed under a military guard. The Fenian trial has commenced at Dublin. The prisoners are charged with high treason and felony. The cotton market is buoyant, and has advanced fully one-half penny. Flour and grain unaltered. Consols, 89½