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Louisa, Ky. (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 2
f the people for him, that he is defeated by a very small majority-- if, indeed, he is defeated at all. Had it been generally known in the county that he would be voted for, he would have undoubtedly been elected by an overwhelming majority. Louisa has now four volunteer companies in the field, three others are nearly ready, and yet others will be forthcoming when called for. Louisa was one of the few counties that sent a Secessionist to the Convention without opposition, and she is now reaLouisa was one of the few counties that sent a Secessionist to the Convention without opposition, and she is now ready to redeem the promise made by her delegate, that she would be fully ready when the tug of war came. The ladies of the Court-House and vicinity have been busily engaged making up uniforms, knapsacks, tents, &c., for our volunteers, and the ladies in other parts of the county have been at the same good work. While I writes--1 o'clock at night — a large number of our ladies are waiting to greet the South Carolina Volunteers, who are expected to pass on the cars at 2 o'clock, with flowers,
William M. Ambler (search for this): article 2
t in the county is pretty well ascertained. We had no vote in opposition to the Ordinance of Secession — A. R. Holliday received almost a unanimous vote for the Board of Public Works--there was a decided majority in favor of ad valorem taxation, and Mr. Wm. T. B. Nelson is probably elected to the House of Delegates, though the official returns from the three precinets yet to be heard from may alter the result. Mr. Nelson was the only candidate in the field, but many of the friends of William M. Ambler, Esq. unwilling to lose his services from the councils of the State, determined to vote for him, notwithstanding he refused to declare himself a candidate. The result is, that in spits of the fact that no polls were opened for him at several of the largest precinets in the county, and he lost many votes at others from his not being a candidate, there was given such a spontaneous expression of the affection of the people for him, that he is defeated by a very small majority-- if, indee
A. R. Holliday (search for this): article 2
e from this good old secession county. Our election passed off very quietly on yesterday, although there was polled in the county a much larger vote than usual, and the people are very deeply interested in the great question of the day. All of the precincts, except three small ones, have been officially heard from and unofficial returns have been received from them, so that the result in the county is pretty well ascertained. We had no vote in opposition to the Ordinance of Secession — A. R. Holliday received almost a unanimous vote for the Board of Public Works--there was a decided majority in favor of ad valorem taxation, and Mr. Wm. T. B. Nelson is probably elected to the House of Delegates, though the official returns from the three precinets yet to be heard from may alter the result. Mr. Nelson was the only candidate in the field, but many of the friends of William M. Ambler, Esq. unwilling to lose his services from the councils of the State, determined to vote for him, notwith
William T. B. Nelson (search for this): article 2
unty is pretty well ascertained. We had no vote in opposition to the Ordinance of Secession — A. R. Holliday received almost a unanimous vote for the Board of Public Works--there was a decided majority in favor of ad valorem taxation, and Mr. Wm. T. B. Nelson is probably elected to the House of Delegates, though the official returns from the three precinets yet to be heard from may alter the result. Mr. Nelson was the only candidate in the field, but many of the friends of William M. Ambler, EMr. Nelson was the only candidate in the field, but many of the friends of William M. Ambler, Esq. unwilling to lose his services from the councils of the State, determined to vote for him, notwithstanding he refused to declare himself a candidate. The result is, that in spits of the fact that no polls were opened for him at several of the largest precinets in the county, and he lost many votes at others from his not being a candidate, there was given such a spontaneous expression of the affection of the people for him, that he is defeated by a very small majority-- if, indeed, he is def
May 24th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 2
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. affairs in Old Louisa. Louisa C. H. May 24, 1861. I send you a line from this good old secession county. Our election passed off very quietly on yesterday, although there was polled in the county a much larger vote than usual, and the people are very deeply interested in the great question of the day. All of the precincts, except three small ones, have been officially heard from and unofficial returns have been received from them, so that the result in the county is pretty well ascertained. We had no vote in opposition to the Ordinance of Secession — A. R. Holliday received almost a unanimous vote for the Board of Public Works--there was a decided majority in favor of ad valorem taxation, and Mr. Wm. T. B. Nelson is probably elected to the House of Delegates, though the official returns from the three precinets yet to be heard from may alter the result. Mr. Nelson was the only candidate in the field, but many of the friends of Will