hide Sorting

You can sort these results in two ways:

By entity
Chronological order for dates, alphabetical order for places and people.
By position (current method)
As the entities appear in the document.

You are currently sorting in ascending order. Sort in descending order.

hide Most Frequent Entities

The entities that appear most frequently in this document are shown below.

Entity Max. Freq Min. Freq
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) 24 0 Browse Search
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) 22 0 Browse Search
John Letcher 18 0 Browse Search
Breckinridge 17 1 Browse Search
Georgia (Georgia, United States) 16 0 Browse Search
Bell 15 1 Browse Search
Austria (Austria) 14 0 Browse Search
December, 11 AD 12 12 Browse Search
Peter Scott 12 0 Browse Search
J. R. Anderson 12 0 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1860., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.

Found 56 total hits in 17 results.

1 2
Indiana (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 2
Letter from California and Oregon. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 31st ult., has arrived at St. Josephs, Mo. The following is a summary of the news: The news of the result of the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana paralyzed both wings of the California Democracy. Messrs. Gwen and Weller were coldly received on their electioneering tour. The success of the Republicans was generally conceded. Oregon dates to the 24th had reached San Francisco. The Lethe Territories — not as a principle, but as a policy. Two men were dreadfully lacerated at Ernes Valley on the 25th by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing a salute in honor of the Republican victories in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. One of them will probably lose both eyes. The great New Almaden Quicksilver Mine case is still pending in the United States Circuit Court. The argument was opened for the claimants by T. C. Peachy, whose speech occupied a week's time. He
Oregon (Oregon, United States) (search for this): article 2
Letter from California and Oregon. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 31st ult., has arrived at St. Josephs, Mo. The following is a summary of the news: The news of the result ofeived on their electioneering tour. The success of the Republicans was generally conceded. Oregon dates to the 24th had reached San Francisco. The Legislature adjourned on the 19th. Senator Baker, of Oregon, addressed an immense audience at San Francisco on the evening before the mail left. He announced his intention to abide by the doctrine of non-intervention with slavery in the Tered by the Governor of California as a day of general thanksgiving. Recent intelligence from Oregon says that the account of the late massacre of emigrants by the Snake Indians was much exaggeratestrong hopes were entertained of the escape of the eleven that had become separated from the main body. The first considerable rain of the season occurred in Oregon on Wednesday, October 17th.
San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): article 2
Letter from California and Oregon. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 31st ult., has arrived at St. Josephs, Mo. The following is a summary of the news: The news of the result of the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana paralyzed both wings of the California Democracy. Messrs. Gwen and Weller were coldly received on their electioneering tour. The success of the Republicans was generally conceded. Oregon dates to the 24th had reached San Francisco. The Legislature adjourned on the 19th. Senator Baker, of Oregon, addressed an immense audience at San Francisco on the evening before the mail left. He announced his iSan Francisco on the evening before the mail left. He announced his intention to abide by the doctrine of non-intervention with slavery in the Territories — not as a principle, but as a policy. Two men were dreadfully lacerated at Ernes Valley on the 25th by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing a salute in honor of the Republican victories in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. One of t
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 2
Letter from California and Oregon. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 31st ult., has arrived at St. Josephs, Mo. The following is a summary of the news: The news of the result of the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana paralyzed both wings of the California Democracy. Messrs. Gwen and Weller were coldly received on their electioneering tour. The success of the Republicans was generally conceded. Oregon dates to the 24th had reached San Francisco. The Legtion with slavery in the Territories — not as a principle, but as a policy. Two men were dreadfully lacerated at Ernes Valley on the 25th by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing a salute in honor of the Republican victories in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. One of them will probably lose both eyes. The great New Almaden Quicksilver Mine case is still pending in the United States Circuit Court. The argument was opened for the claimants by T. C. Peachy, whose speech occupie
California (California, United States) (search for this): article 2
Letter from California and Oregon. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 31st ult., has arrived at St. Josephs, Mo. The following is a summary of the news: The news of the result of the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana paralyzed both wings of the California Democracy. Messrs. Gwen and Weller were coldly received on their electioneering tour. The success of the Republicans was generally conceded. Oregon dates to the 24th had reached San Francisco. The Legrs of the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad had let out the contract for completing the work within three years for two millions dollars. The distance is about forty- five miles. The 29th of November has been appointed by the Governor of California as a day of general thanksgiving. Recent intelligence from Oregon says that the account of the late massacre of emigrants by the Snake Indians was much exaggerated. Col. Wright had received positive information hat all but eleven of the t
J. P. Benjamin (search for this): article 2
25th by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing a salute in honor of the Republican victories in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. One of them will probably lose both eyes. The great New Almaden Quicksilver Mine case is still pending in the United States Circuit Court. The argument was opened for the claimants by T. C. Peachy, whose speech occupied a week's time. He was followed by Edmund Randolph for the Government, who spoke during the entire session of another week. Hon. J. P. Benjamin, for the claimants, had been speaking continuously for the past three days previous to the leaving of the Express and had just closed, and Mr. Randolph was commencing his reply. Hon. Reverend Johnson would speak the following week for the claimants, after which Mr. Randolph would make the closing argument for the government. As an intellectual struggle, this case seldom had an equal. The directors of the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad had let out the contract for completin
Letter from California and Oregon. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 31st ult., has arrived at St. Josephs, Mo. The following is a summary of the news: The news of the result of the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana paralyzed both wings of the California Democracy. Messrs. Gwen and Weller were coldly received on their electioneering tour. The success of the Republicans was generally conceded. Oregon dates to the 24th had reached San Francisco. The Legislature adjourned on the 19th. Senator Baker, of Oregon, addressed an immense audience at San Francisco on the evening before the mail left. He announced his intention to abide by the doctrine of non-intervention with slavery in the Territories — not as a principle, but as a policy. Two men were dreadfully lacerated at Ernes Valley on the 25th by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing a salute in honor of the Republican victories in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. One of th
Letter from California and Oregon. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 31st ult., has arrived at St. Josephs, Mo. The following is a summary of the news: The news of the result of the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana paralyzed both wings of the California Democracy. Messrs. Gwen and Weller were coldly received on their electioneering tour. The success of the Republicans was generally conceded. Oregon dates to the 24th had reached San Francisco. The Legislature adjourned on the 19th. Senator Baker, of Oregon, addressed an immense audience at San Francisco on the evening before the mail left. He announced his intention to abide by the doctrine of non-intervention with slavery in the Territories — not as a principle, but as a policy. Two men were dreadfully lacerated at Ernes Valley on the 25th by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing a salute in honor of the Republican victories in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. One of th
Reverend Johnson (search for this): article 2
Almaden Quicksilver Mine case is still pending in the United States Circuit Court. The argument was opened for the claimants by T. C. Peachy, whose speech occupied a week's time. He was followed by Edmund Randolph for the Government, who spoke during the entire session of another week. Hon. J. P. Benjamin, for the claimants, had been speaking continuously for the past three days previous to the leaving of the Express and had just closed, and Mr. Randolph was commencing his reply. Hon. Reverend Johnson would speak the following week for the claimants, after which Mr. Randolph would make the closing argument for the government. As an intellectual struggle, this case seldom had an equal. The directors of the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad had let out the contract for completing the work within three years for two millions dollars. The distance is about forty- five miles. The 29th of November has been appointed by the Governor of California as a day of general thanksgi
Alfred Wright (search for this): article 2
ommencing his reply. Hon. Reverend Johnson would speak the following week for the claimants, after which Mr. Randolph would make the closing argument for the government. As an intellectual struggle, this case seldom had an equal. The directors of the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad had let out the contract for completing the work within three years for two millions dollars. The distance is about forty- five miles. The 29th of November has been appointed by the Governor of California as a day of general thanksgiving. Recent intelligence from Oregon says that the account of the late massacre of emigrants by the Snake Indians was much exaggerated. Col. Wright had received positive information hat all but eleven of the train had arrived at the settlements in safety, and strong hopes were entertained of the escape of the eleven that had become separated from the main body. The first considerable rain of the season occurred in Oregon on Wednesday, October 17th.
1 2