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
United States (United States) 48 0 Browse Search
Abe Lincoln 24 0 Browse Search
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) 10 0 Browse Search
Wheat 10 0 Browse Search
Virginia (Virginia, United States) 10 0 Browse Search
February 21st 10 10 Browse Search
Banks 10 0 Browse Search
Barbour 8 0 Browse Search
Arthur Watson 8 0 Browse Search
C. M. Hunter 8 0 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1861., [Electronic resource].

Found 954 total hits in 536 results.

... 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ...
Garibaldi (search for this): article 1
Later from Europe.arrival of the Nova Scotian. Terrible Explosions at Greth — England Re-fuses to Interfere with Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the de Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A letter from Genoa says that while the elections were proceeding in one of the com- munes of the Province of Mes
July, 2 AD (search for this): article 1
at Greth — England Re-fuses to Interfere with Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-e matter themselves. A letter from Genoa says that while the elections were proceeding in one of the com- munes of the Province of Messina, a party of Bourbonists entered the hall and butchered in cold blood the President of the Electoral Colleges and his two sons. Commercial. Liverpool, Feb. 7.--Cotton — sales for the week 49,000 bales, closing ½@¼ lower than last Friday's quotations. Market closed quiet. London,Friday, noon.--Consols 91½ Breadstuffs quiet and
Later from Europe.arrival of the Nova Scotian. Terrible Explosions at Greth — England Re-fuses to Interfere with Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-plies for the injured. The Sultan of Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A
the Nova Scotian. Terrible Explosions at Greth — England Re-fuses to Interfere with Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-plies for the injured. The Sultan of Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A letter from Genoa says that wh
Messana (Italy) (search for this): article 1
Later from Europe.arrival of the Nova Scotian. Terrible Explosions at Greth — England Re-fuses to Interfere with Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dealdi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A letter from Genoa says that while the elections were proceeding in one of the com- munes of the Province of Messina, a party of Bourbonists entered the hall and butchered in cold blood the President of the Electoral Colleges and his two sons. Commercial. Liverpool, Feb. 7.--Cotton — sales for the week 49,000 bales, closing ½@¼ lower than last Friday'
Gaeta (Italy) (search for this): article 1
Later from Europe.arrival of the Nova Scotian. Terrible Explosions at Greth — England Re-fuses to Interfere with Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-plies for the injured. The Sultan of Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A
Genoa (Italy) (search for this): article 1
ys was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-plies for the injured. The Sultan of Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A letter from Genoa says that while the elections were proceeding in one of the com- munes of the Province of Messina, a party of Bourbonists entered the hall and butchered in cold blood the President of the Electoral Colleges and his two sons. Commercial. Liverpool, Feb. 7.--Cotton — sales for the week 49,000 bales, closing ½@¼ lower than last Friday's quotations. Market closed quiet. London,Friday, noon.--Consols 91½ Breadstuffs quiet and stea
France (France) (search for this): article 1
on of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-plies for the injured. The Sultan of Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A letter from Genoa says that while the elections were proceeding in one of the com- munes of the Province of Messina, a party of Bourbonists entered the hall and butchered in cold blood the President of the Electoral Colleges and his two sons. Commercial. Liverpool, Feb. 7.--Cotton — sales for the week 49,000 bales, closing ½@¼ lower th
Turquie (Turkey) (search for this): article 1
th Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-plies for the injured. The Sultan of Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A letter from Genoa says that while the elections were proceeding in one of the com- munes of the Province of Messina,
Londonderry, N. H. (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): article 1
Later from Europe.arrival of the Nova Scotian. Terrible Explosions at Greth — England Re-fuses to Interfere with Garibaldi — Horri-ble Butcheries in Messina, &c. New York,Feb. 21.--The steamship Nova Scotia, with Liverpool dates to the 7th, via Londonderry on the 8th, arrived here this morning. Gaeta,Feb. 7.--A terrible explosion of three magazines occurred here to-day, throwing down the side curtain of the citadel and garrison. An armistice of two days was asked to bury the dead, which was granted by Gen. Cialdina, who also sent the necessary sup-plies for the injured. The Sultan of Turkey continues the refusal to prolong the French occupation of Syria. Montegrin's army were ravaging the village of Nicisset, killing the men, women and children, and burning their houses. England had been invited by France to stop Garibaldi's career; but the latter declined on the ground that the Neapolitans ought to be left alone, to settle the matter themselves. A
... 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ...