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iment of our people is unanimous that the President should refuse the demand, of England for a release of Slidell and Mason, and if war ensue, our State would furnish more troops for such a war than are now in the field. A Singular character--Federal distrust of Kentuckians, &c. From the Louisville (Bowling Green) Courier, of the 28th ult., we extract the following items: There is a soldier in one of the companies at Hopkinsville who never wore a hat. Acting upon the maxim of Franklin, he seems determined to keep his head cool.--He is certainly an acentric character, but he has fire in his eye and strength in his arm. A gentleman informs us that while near Crittenden's camp at Calhoun, the other day, he learned that the distrust of Kentuckians is so great that none are permitted to do picket duty for fear they will desert. It must be very comfortable to the Kentuckians to be treated in this way by their "brethren" of the North. It is a notable fact that they are
Zollicoffer (search for this): article 21
it of habeas corpus, but Deputy U. S. Surveyor E. H. Samuels, who had the matter in hand, had anticipated the movement by taking them over to Cincinnati, where they were placed in the custody of U. S. Marshal A. C. Sands, and the probability is that the prisoners are far on their way to a place of perfect security. The Prospect of a fight. The Frankfort correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial says: As I ventured to predict several days back, there will be no fight between Zollicoffer and Schoepf until the latter is strong enough to make the attack. One of Z.'s objects is to hold quiet possession of the river until the coal, provisions, and produce have been boated out to Nashville, and this would be defeated by bringing on a fight. If two or three more regiments are given to Schoepf, he can and will drive the rebels out; or if a force of six thousand will move down from Columbia and get in his rear, the whole party can be captured. This is the opinion of those at S
George Ives (search for this): article 21
ville Journal, of the 18th: The following is a list of the names of persons who have been confined in the prison at the corner of Fifth and Green streets, in this city, for political offences, together with the time of their arrest and the date of the discharge of such as have been releases: names.age.age'd.Disch'd. W. W. Webster23Oct. 11Disch'd. T. A. McElroy25Oct. 17Disch'd. Martin Hawley23.Oct. 17Disch'd D. A. Wolfe23Oct. 26Dec. 13 Mrs. Laura Steele23Oct. 26Nov. 30 Geo. Ives23Nov. 20Nov. 30 M. J. Lewers.23Nov. 20Nov. 30 S. W. Kincheloe23Nov. 4Nov. 30 Chas. Goham23Nov. 712-04">Dec. 4 M. L. Lewis23Nov. 8Dec. 10 C. G. Duncan34Nov. 8Dec. 16 J. F. Duncan34Nov, 8Dec, 16 Jas. Duncan34Nov, 8Dec, 16 B. F. Ducan25Nov, 8Dec, 16 J. F. Jones30Nov. 8Dec, 16 Jas. Wilhite30Nov, 8Dec, 16 Joel Hamilton33Nov, 8Dec, 16 Strother Roberts33Nov, 8Dec, 16 J. F. Smithers33Nov, 8Dec, 16 George Heady33Nov, 8Dec, 16 N. B. Morris33Nov, 8Dec, 16 John Ves38Nov, 13Dec, 16 W.
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Fowler22Nov, 20Nov, 30 Robert Brown40Nov, 20Nov, 30 Ar Clesell40Nov, 27Dec, 2 Joakin Layman40Nov, 27Dec, 6 J, Kelly30Nov, 27Dec, 6 James patton33Nov, 27Dec, 6 C. Schoonberger40Nov, 25Dec, 6 McHenry Meader40Nov, 25Dec, 4 Jacob Haydon25Nov, 25Dec, 4 John Cullen31Nov, 25Dec, 4 T. H. Shacklett18Nov, 25Dec, 4 R. W. Shacklett24Nov, 25Dec, 4 James Gregory25Nov, 25Dec, 4 H. Cunningham24Nov, 25Dec, 4 Pat Byan26Nov, 25Dec, 4 Thomas Scott27Nov, 25Dec, 4 Thomas Larkin27Nov, 30Dec, 1 B. S. Bradford27Nov, 30Dec, 1 J. H. Menner39Dec, 2Dec, 7 J. H. Smith34Dec, 2Dec, 7 V. F. Kenkton34Dec, 2Dec, 7 M. F. Scott27Dec, 4Dec, 7 Hiram Roberts19Dec, 4Dec, 11 James H. Westbay33Dec, 4Dec, 16 Jame Hinkle33Dec, 6Dec, 7 John Dolan33Dec, 1Dec, 7 Wm. F. Beck31Dec, 7Dec, 8 Charles Marenat36Dec, 8Dec, 8 W. W. Williams33Dec, 9Dec, 8 The above list does not include the names of those who have been indicted for treasonable conduct, such parsons having been consigned to the county jail.
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ves23Nov. 20Nov. 30 M. J. Lewers.23Nov. 20Nov. 30 S. W. Kincheloe23Nov. 4Nov. 30 Chas. Goham23Nov. 712-04">Dec. 4 M. L. Lewis23Nov. 8Dec. 10 C. G. Duncan34Nov. 8Dec. 16 J. F. Duncan34Nov, 8Dec, 16 Jas. Duncan34Nov, 8Dec, 16 B. F. Ducan25Nov, 8Dec, 16 J. F. Jones30Nov. 8Dec, 16 Jas. Wilhite30Nov, 8Dec, 16 Joel Hamilton33Nov, 8Dec, 16 Strother Roberts33Nov, 8Dec, 16 J. F. Smithers33Nov, 8Dec, 16 George Heady33Nov, 8Dec, 16 N. B. Morris33Nov, 8Dec, 16 John Ves38Nov, 13Dec, 16 W. P. Ryan38Nov, 13Dec, 16 T. B. Mattingly32Nov, 15Dec, 16 Benj. Dulaney32Nov, 16Dec, 6 Louis Sheets31Nov, 16Dec, 16 Thomas White20Nov, 16Dec, 16 Geo Lalle20Nov, 16Dec, 16 James Ratchford42Nov, 16Dec, 12 J. B. Creason32Nov, 16Dec, 12 W. J. Cummins32Nov, 18Nov, 30 Wm. Edwards37Nov, 20Nov, 30 Charles Hampton29Nov, 20Nov, 30 John Dyer29Nov, 20Nov, 30 L. Fowler22Nov, 20Nov, 30 Robert Brown40Nov, 20Nov, 30 Ar Clesell40Nov, 27Dec, 2 Joakin Layman40Nov, 27Dec, 6 J, Kelly30Nov, 27Dec, 6 Jame
William E. Simms (search for this): article 21
th provisions and other means of sustenance.--Rogers had a number of letters in his possession, from parties of the State, to friends and relatives in the Southern army. One of the letters is from Frank Trontman, of Paris, law partner of Wm. E. Simms, now a Captain in the rebel army, and it details the condition of Simms's property and affairs, and conveys other information quite interesting to the rebel Captain, Rogers has been carrying on this private mail system for a long time, and wasSimms's property and affairs, and conveys other information quite interesting to the rebel Captain, Rogers has been carrying on this private mail system for a long time, and was a most valuable ally of the rebels. He was arrested at Paris, and the twain were sent down to the United States authorities in Covington for imprisonment. After remaining in jail for a short time, the news of the arrest got abroad, and some secession sympathizers in the city made an effort to procure the release of the prisoners on a writ of habeas corpus, but Deputy U. S. Surveyor E. H. Samuels, who had the matter in hand, had anticipated the movement by taking them over to Cincinnati, wher
rities and forcibly hurried out of the State, in defiance of law and justice: We learn from the Cincinnati papers that Deputy U. S. Marshal C. B. Pettit, of Bourbon county, arrived at Covington on Tuesday, having in custody C. C. Rogers, of Paris, and John Higgins, of Magoffin county, both noted rebels, who have for a length of time been giving aid and comfort to the rebels. Higgins was taken prisoner in Montgomery county, a few days since, by Capt. G. N. Hall, of Col. Epperson's regimenn supplying the rebels with provisions and other means of sustenance.--Rogers had a number of letters in his possession, from parties of the State, to friends and relatives in the Southern army. One of the letters is from Frank Trontman, of Paris, law partner of Wm. E. Simms, now a Captain in the rebel army, and it details the condition of Simms's property and affairs, and conveys other information quite interesting to the rebel Captain, Rogers has been carrying on this private mail syste
Garrett Davis (search for this): article 21
C. White, Act's Ass't Adj't Gen., 1st Division Central Army of Kentucky. Kentucky Legislature — the election of Garrett Davis in the place of Gen. Breckinridge, &c. The Frankfort (Ky.) correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, dated the 12th ult., writes thus: I informed you by telegraph last night of the election of Hon. Garrett Davis, of Bourbon county, to supply the vacancy in the United States Senate, caused by the expulsion of John C. Breckinridge for treason. The thirtenion, and the destruction of the Federal Government. In announcing the result in the Senate, Speaker Fiske declared "Garrett Davis elected to fill the unexpired term of John C. Breckinridge, expelled for treason;" while in the House, Mr. Speaker Buckner, with a tenderness which could well have been waived, declared "Garrett Davis duly elected to fill the unexpired term of the Hon. John C. Breckinridge, resigned," Breckinridge had not resigned. The only evidence which the country has of his r
Martin Hawley (search for this): article 21
r is better and will recover. Political prisoners. We find the following in the Louisville Journal, of the 18th: The following is a list of the names of persons who have been confined in the prison at the corner of Fifth and Green streets, in this city, for political offences, together with the time of their arrest and the date of the discharge of such as have been releases: names.age.age'd.Disch'd. W. W. Webster23Oct. 11Disch'd. T. A. McElroy25Oct. 17Disch'd. Martin Hawley23.Oct. 17Disch'd D. A. Wolfe23Oct. 26Dec. 13 Mrs. Laura Steele23Oct. 26Nov. 30 Geo. Ives23Nov. 20Nov. 30 M. J. Lewers.23Nov. 20Nov. 30 S. W. Kincheloe23Nov. 4Nov. 30 Chas. Goham23Nov. 712-04">Dec. 4 M. L. Lewis23Nov. 8Dec. 10 C. G. Duncan34Nov. 8Dec. 16 J. F. Duncan34Nov, 8Dec, 16 Jas. Duncan34Nov, 8Dec, 16 B. F. Ducan25Nov, 8Dec, 16 J. F. Jones30Nov. 8Dec, 16 Jas. Wilhite30Nov, 8Dec, 16 Joel Hamilton33Nov, 8Dec, 16 Strother Roberts33Nov, 8Dec, 16 J. F. Smithers33Nov, 8De
C. Schoonberger (search for this): article 21
ingly32Nov, 15Dec, 16 Benj. Dulaney32Nov, 16Dec, 6 Louis Sheets31Nov, 16Dec, 16 Thomas White20Nov, 16Dec, 16 Geo Lalle20Nov, 16Dec, 16 James Ratchford42Nov, 16Dec, 12 J. B. Creason32Nov, 16Dec, 12 W. J. Cummins32Nov, 18Nov, 30 Wm. Edwards37Nov, 20Nov, 30 Charles Hampton29Nov, 20Nov, 30 John Dyer29Nov, 20Nov, 30 L. Fowler22Nov, 20Nov, 30 Robert Brown40Nov, 20Nov, 30 Ar Clesell40Nov, 27Dec, 2 Joakin Layman40Nov, 27Dec, 6 J, Kelly30Nov, 27Dec, 6 James patton33Nov, 27Dec, 6 C. Schoonberger40Nov, 25Dec, 6 McHenry Meader40Nov, 25Dec, 4 Jacob Haydon25Nov, 25Dec, 4 John Cullen31Nov, 25Dec, 4 T. H. Shacklett18Nov, 25Dec, 4 R. W. Shacklett24Nov, 25Dec, 4 James Gregory25Nov, 25Dec, 4 H. Cunningham24Nov, 25Dec, 4 Pat Byan26Nov, 25Dec, 4 Thomas Scott27Nov, 25Dec, 4 Thomas Larkin27Nov, 30Dec, 1 B. S. Bradford27Nov, 30Dec, 1 J. H. Menner39Dec, 2Dec, 7 J. H. Smith34Dec, 2Dec, 7 V. F. Kenkton34Dec, 2Dec, 7 M. F. Scott27Dec, 4Dec, 7 Hiram Roberts19Dec, 4Dec, 11 James H
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