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Fort Moultrie (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
The National crisis.particulars of the evacuation and occupation of Fort Moultrie.resignation of Secretary Floyd.&c., &c., &c. The Washington Constitution of yesterday announces that the resignation of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the allee remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Secretaries Toney, Holt, Black and Stanton wi
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
esignation of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Secretaries Toney, Holt, Black and Stanton will probably resign. But we have not the least idea that the President will accommodate the secession commissioners in this connection — none whate
James A. Thompson (search for this): article 1
The National crisis.particulars of the evacuation and occupation of Fort Moultrie.resignation of Secretary Floyd.&c., &c., &c. The Washington Constitution of yesterday announces that the resignation of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson.
on of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Secretaries Toney, Holt, Black and Stanton will probably resign. But we have not the least idea that the President will accommodate the secession commissioners in this connection — none whatever
John B. Floyd (search for this): article 1
The National crisis.particulars of the evacuation and occupation of Fort Moultrie.resignation of Secretary Floyd.&c., &c., &c. The Washington Constitution of yesterday announces that the resignation of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening beforeHon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderso
William Thomas (search for this): article 1
The National crisis.particulars of the evacuation and occupation of Fort Moultrie.resignation of Secretary Floyd.&c., &c., &c. The Washington Constitution of yesterday announces that the resignation of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson.
ion of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Secretaries Toney, Holt, Black and Stanton will probably resign. But we have not the least idea that the President will accommodate the secession commissioners in this connection — none whatever
on of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Secretaries Toney, Holt, Black and Stanton will probably resign. But we have not the least idea that the President will accommodate the secession commissioners in this connection — none whatever
B. Anderson (search for this): article 1
onstitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Sec Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Secretaries Toney, Holt, Black and Stanton will probably resign. But we have not the least idea that the President will accommodate the secession commissioners in this connection — none whatev
on of Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War, was tendered on Saturday, and accepted by the President.--The Star of the evening before, foreshadowing this result, says: The on dit of the day, immediately around us is, that Secretaries Floyd, Thompson, and Thomas, all of whom believe in the alleged constitutional right of secession, it will be remembered, have formally notified the President that they will resign their respective portfolios unless he accede to the demand of the South Carolina Commissioners, that orders shall be issued to Major Anderson directing him to go back to Fort Moultrie from Fort Sumter, with all his force — of course thus shadowing the latter to the --This rumor is probably true. we may not inappropriately add, that if such orders are issued to Major Anderson. Secretaries Toney, Holt, Black and Stanton will probably resign. But we have not the least idea that the President will accommodate the secession commissioners in this connection — none whatever