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Spotsylvania county (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 19
he traffic benefits nobody. Neither buyer nor seller are profited. Destroy the facility of obtaining liquor by the drink, and the crop of drunkards would soon be diminished and die out. In a journey of several thousand miles, I have seen but two bar-rooms open, and I am a witness to the good effect of this almost universal stopping the supplies. Mobile is a great city. When I was there a month ago, the apprehension of attack was imminent. Yet the citizens, some from old Spotsylvania county, in Virginia, were full of pluck, and declared the city might be shelled and every house destroyed, but they would not surrender. Captain John Scott, a member of General Gladden's staff, wounded at Shiloh in the eye, was determined the Yankees should not get Mobile. He is a noble fellow, very popular, and from my county, Spotsylvania, Va. Hurxthal, too, and others, prominent merchants, all talked and acted in the same spirit. The city was game, though a little "skeered." On my return I fo
Spottsylvania (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 19
e supplies. Mobile is a great city. When I was there a month ago, the apprehension of attack was imminent. Yet the citizens, some from old Spotsylvania county, in Virginia, were full of pluck, and declared the city might be shelled and every house destroyed, but they would not surrender. Captain John Scott, a member of General Gladden's staff, wounded at Shiloh in the eye, was determined the Yankees should not get Mobile. He is a noble fellow, very popular, and from my county, Spotsylvania, Va. Hurxthal, too, and others, prominent merchants, all talked and acted in the same spirit. The city was game, though a little "skeered." On my return I found the excitement had subsided, and the preparations were complete — the "ram, finished — and no danger apprehended or regarded. The beauties of the city sickness prevented me from inspecting. I almost got into a difficulty about the management of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. At Corinth I was introduced by the Governor to a Ma
Alabama river (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 19
st "or mislaid" ear of stores should be found. I suggested the hanging of a superintendent or agent weekly. He responded that he was a superintendent. I said I was talking of the superintendent at the other end of the road. It is a good railroad, but overworked, and some of the officials have got reckless. As far as my business was concerned, however, I "headed" them. When I was first in Montgomery, a month ago, the alarm was considerable. The apprehension of "gunboats" up the Alabama river was great. Now, the bottom of the river having appeared at the top, Commodore Hollins & Co. will have but little difficulty in obstructing the river navigation. Jeff. Davis ought to have appointed, Matthew F. Maury Secretary of the Navy. It would have given us "respectability abroad and security and confidence at home," as Henry Clay said of the treaty of peace with England after the war of 1812. At Columbus, Miss., I was glad to see that Col. Hunt was a working man, establishing
Columbus (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 19
the alarm was considerable. The apprehension of "gunboats" up the Alabama river was great. Now, the bottom of the river having appeared at the top, Commodore Hollins & Co. will have but little difficulty in obstructing the river navigation. Jeff. Davis ought to have appointed, Matthew F. Maury Secretary of the Navy. It would have given us "respectability abroad and security and confidence at home," as Henry Clay said of the treaty of peace with England after the war of 1812. At Columbus, Miss., I was glad to see that Col. Hunt was a working man, establishing armories, factories, &c. To be independent, we must make all we want. We must supply material, and create sources and means of supply. I don't mean to quarrel with our President. He is much criticised out here. I try to smooth over matters by reminding others that he is mortal like us all, and erring like the best, and, with or without him, we cannot fail in the end. Sydney Johnson's undeserved censure should be w
and die out. In a journey of several thousand miles, I have seen but two bar-rooms open, and I am a witness to the good effect of this almost universal stopping the supplies. Mobile is a great city. When I was there a month ago, the apprehension of attack was imminent. Yet the citizens, some from old Spotsylvania county, in Virginia, were full of pluck, and declared the city might be shelled and every house destroyed, but they would not surrender. Captain John Scott, a member of General Gladden's staff, wounded at Shiloh in the eye, was determined the Yankees should not get Mobile. He is a noble fellow, very popular, and from my county, Spotsylvania, Va. Hurxthal, too, and others, prominent merchants, all talked and acted in the same spirit. The city was game, though a little "skeered." On my return I found the excitement had subsided, and the preparations were complete — the "ram, finished — and no danger apprehended or regarded. The beauties of the city sickness prevented
Matthew F. Maury (search for this): article 19
f the road. It is a good railroad, but overworked, and some of the officials have got reckless. As far as my business was concerned, however, I "headed" them. When I was first in Montgomery, a month ago, the alarm was considerable. The apprehension of "gunboats" up the Alabama river was great. Now, the bottom of the river having appeared at the top, Commodore Hollins & Co. will have but little difficulty in obstructing the river navigation. Jeff. Davis ought to have appointed, Matthew F. Maury Secretary of the Navy. It would have given us "respectability abroad and security and confidence at home," as Henry Clay said of the treaty of peace with England after the war of 1812. At Columbus, Miss., I was glad to see that Col. Hunt was a working man, establishing armories, factories, &c. To be independent, we must make all we want. We must supply material, and create sources and means of supply. I don't mean to quarrel with our President. He is much criticised out her
Henry Clay (search for this): article 19
oncerned, however, I "headed" them. When I was first in Montgomery, a month ago, the alarm was considerable. The apprehension of "gunboats" up the Alabama river was great. Now, the bottom of the river having appeared at the top, Commodore Hollins & Co. will have but little difficulty in obstructing the river navigation. Jeff. Davis ought to have appointed, Matthew F. Maury Secretary of the Navy. It would have given us "respectability abroad and security and confidence at home," as Henry Clay said of the treaty of peace with England after the war of 1812. At Columbus, Miss., I was glad to see that Col. Hunt was a working man, establishing armories, factories, &c. To be independent, we must make all we want. We must supply material, and create sources and means of supply. I don't mean to quarrel with our President. He is much criticised out here. I try to smooth over matters by reminding others that he is mortal like us all, and erring like the best, and, with or wi
John Scott (search for this): article 19
kards would soon be diminished and die out. In a journey of several thousand miles, I have seen but two bar-rooms open, and I am a witness to the good effect of this almost universal stopping the supplies. Mobile is a great city. When I was there a month ago, the apprehension of attack was imminent. Yet the citizens, some from old Spotsylvania county, in Virginia, were full of pluck, and declared the city might be shelled and every house destroyed, but they would not surrender. Captain John Scott, a member of General Gladden's staff, wounded at Shiloh in the eye, was determined the Yankees should not get Mobile. He is a noble fellow, very popular, and from my county, Spotsylvania, Va. Hurxthal, too, and others, prominent merchants, all talked and acted in the same spirit. The city was game, though a little "skeered." On my return I found the excitement had subsided, and the preparations were complete — the "ram, finished — and no danger apprehended or regarded. The beauties
endent or agent weekly. He responded that he was a superintendent. I said I was talking of the superintendent at the other end of the road. It is a good railroad, but overworked, and some of the officials have got reckless. As far as my business was concerned, however, I "headed" them. When I was first in Montgomery, a month ago, the alarm was considerable. The apprehension of "gunboats" up the Alabama river was great. Now, the bottom of the river having appeared at the top, Commodore Hollins & Co. will have but little difficulty in obstructing the river navigation. Jeff. Davis ought to have appointed, Matthew F. Maury Secretary of the Navy. It would have given us "respectability abroad and security and confidence at home," as Henry Clay said of the treaty of peace with England after the war of 1812. At Columbus, Miss., I was glad to see that Col. Hunt was a working man, establishing armories, factories, &c. To be independent, we must make all we want. We must suppl
ehension of "gunboats" up the Alabama river was great. Now, the bottom of the river having appeared at the top, Commodore Hollins & Co. will have but little difficulty in obstructing the river navigation. Jeff. Davis ought to have appointed, Matthew F. Maury Secretary of the Navy. It would have given us "respectability abroad and security and confidence at home," as Henry Clay said of the treaty of peace with England after the war of 1812. At Columbus, Miss., I was glad to see that Col. Hunt was a working man, establishing armories, factories, &c. To be independent, we must make all we want. We must supply material, and create sources and means of supply. I don't mean to quarrel with our President. He is much criticised out here. I try to smooth over matters by reminding others that he is mortal like us all, and erring like the best, and, with or without him, we cannot fail in the end. Sydney Johnson's undeserved censure should be warning enough. Jeff. Davis has patri
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