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Kansas (Kansas, United States) (search for this): article 2
rt Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Wil night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three yearsustained by men who procure means from the States, under the pretence of aiding the sufferers of Kansas, but appropriate them to carry out their designs of rebellion against the law. They are the sameother indulgences, by their promise that they would maintain the laws and preserve order in Southern Kansas; but this has only proved a respite, to enable them more effectually to prepare for the accin substance, as has previously been telegraphed, and closed by urging the people not to go into Kansas, but to protect themselves within their lines and to send aid to the border counties at once, as
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
means from the States, under the pretence of aiding the sufferers of Kansas, but appropriate them to carry out their designs of rebellion against the law. They are the same men who procured the passage of the amnesty and other indulgences, by their promise that they would maintain the laws and preserve order in Southern Kansas; but this has only proved a respite, to enable them more effectually to prepare for the accomplishment of their designs. A messenger of undoubted veracity had arrived, staling that yesterday one hundred men had entered Missouri, fully armed, and had passed down the Osage river to Ball's Mills, twenty miles over the border, with four negroes in advance, with coils of rope, all armed. The Judge then made the same statement, in substance, as has previously been telegraphed, and closed by urging the people not to go into Kansas, but to protect themselves within their lines and to send aid to the border counties at once, as they are at the mercy of these outlaws.
Montgomery (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 2
The Kansas troubles. --Gen. Harney gone to the Scene. --Governor Stewart has ordered Brigadier General Frost to hold his brigade, consisting of the First regiment of the Missouri militia, engineer corps, and artillery, in readiness to repair to the Southwest border to repel the invasion of the State by Montgomery's band of outlaws. General Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been
United States (United States) (search for this): article 2
The Kansas troubles. --Gen. Harney gone to the Scene. --Governor Stewart has ordered Brigadier General Frost to hold his brigade, consisting of the First regiment of the Missouri militia, engineer corps, and artillery, in readiness to repair to the Southwest border to repel the invasion of the State by Montgomery's band of outlaws. General Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been
Osage (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
means from the States, under the pretence of aiding the sufferers of Kansas, but appropriate them to carry out their designs of rebellion against the law. They are the same men who procured the passage of the amnesty and other indulgences, by their promise that they would maintain the laws and preserve order in Southern Kansas; but this has only proved a respite, to enable them more effectually to prepare for the accomplishment of their designs. A messenger of undoubted veracity had arrived, staling that yesterday one hundred men had entered Missouri, fully armed, and had passed down the Osage river to Ball's Mills, twenty miles over the border, with four negroes in advance, with coils of rope, all armed. The Judge then made the same statement, in substance, as has previously been telegraphed, and closed by urging the people not to go into Kansas, but to protect themselves within their lines and to send aid to the border counties at once, as they are at the mercy of these outlaws.
A. D. Williams (search for this): article 2
o repel the invasion of the State by Montgomery's band of outlaws. General Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been presiding Judge there, endeavoring to maintain the supremacy of the law, and to that end had used his efforts on and off the bench faithfully, notwithstanding the evidence of marauders and lawless men, who were there for that purpose only. He had organized and held co
The Kansas troubles. --Gen. Harney gone to the Scene. --Governor Stewart has ordered Brigadier General Frost to hold his brigade, consisting of the First regiment of the Missouri militia, engineer corps, and artillery, in readiness to repair to the Southwest border to repel the invasion of the State by Montgomery's band of outlaws. General Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arGeneral Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been
Montgomery (search for this): article 2
iams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been presiding Judge there, endeavoring to maintain the supremacy of the law, and to that end had used his efforts on and off the bench faithfully, notwithstanding the evidence of marauders and lawless men, who were there for that purpose only. He had organized and held courts in all the counties of this district. These marauders and murderers are sustained by men who procure means from the States, under the pretence of aiding the sufferers
The Kansas troubles. --Gen. Harney gone to the Scene. --Governor Stewart has ordered Brigadier General Frost to hold his brigade, consisting of the First regiment of the Missouri militia, engineer corps, and artillery, in readiness to repair to the Southwest border to repel the invasion of the State by Montgomery's band of outlaws. General Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been
Norman Stewart (search for this): article 2
The Kansas troubles. --Gen. Harney gone to the Scene. --Governor Stewart has ordered Brigadier General Frost to hold his brigade, consisting of the First regiment of the Missouri militia, engineer corps, and artillery, in readiness to repair to the Southwest border to repel the invasion of the State by Montgomery's band of outlaws. General Harney left St. Louis, Thursday, for Fort Leavenworth: Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 22.--Judge Williams, United States District Judge of Southern Kansas, arrived in town to-night. A meeting of the citizens was immediately called, and Judge Williams delivered a calm and cool statement of affairs in the Territory. He has been for twenty-nine years a presiding Judge on the borders of civilization. Judge Williams said since Sunday night he had been upon the saddle. he came to warn Missourian of the approaching danger. Southern Kansas had been delivered over to abolition outrages, under Montgomery and others, for three years and a half. He had been
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