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United States (United States) (search for this): article 10
increase of $4,611,399 in deposits, and $1,861,758 in loans. Everybody is buying gold in order to insure against the depreciation of the currency. If a man who is worth $50,000 is afraid that by the depreciation of the paper money now afloat he may find himself only worth in reality $25,000 at the end of the war, he can protect himself by buying $50,000 in gold, taking it to the Sub-Treasury, depositing it at four per cent., and, if he needs the money, borrowing on the Sub-Treasurer's certificate of deposit. This is the secret of the recent enormous purchases of gold. Miscellaneous. Major John J. Key has been dismissed from the United States service for uttering disloyal sentiments. Brigadier-General Quincy A. Gilmore has been assigned to the command in Western Virginia--his headquarters to be at Point Pleasant, Mason co. Austin A. Blair has been nominated by the Republicans of Michigan for Governor. Brigadier General Harney, U. S. A., is in Washington.
Indiana (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 10
rs of the murder, at Louisville, Ky., on the 29th, of Major General Bull Nelson, by Brigadier-General Jeff. C. Davis, of Indiana, It appears that Davis had been deprived of his command by Nelson, and ordered under arrest, but had gone to Cincinnati,at Cincinnati, and told him he would order the Provost Marshal to eject him from the city. This morning Gov. Morton, of Indiana, and General Nelson were standing near the desk in the Galt House, when General Davis approached and requested Gov. Mort his attention to religion. Another account says: A few minutes before 9 o'clock Gen. Jefferson C. Davis, of Indiana, met Gen. Nelson in the hall of the Galt House, and attempted to speak to him. Gen. Nelson refused to listen, and turned Upon the breaking out of the rebellion he espoused the cause of the Union. Brigadier-General Jeff. C. Davis hails from Indiana, and was a Lieutenant at Fort Sumter when it was bombarded and captured, and from his talents and gallantry was assigned
Michigan (Michigan, United States) (search for this): article 10
n increase of $4,611,399 in deposits, and $1,861,758 in loans. Everybody is buying gold in order to insure against the depreciation of the currency. If a man who is worth $50,000 is afraid that by the depreciation of the paper money now afloat he may find himself only worth in reality $25,000 at the end of the war, he can protect himself by buying $50,000 in gold, taking it to the Sub-Treasury, depositing it at four per cent., and, if he needs the money, borrowing on the Sub-Treasurer's certificate of deposit. This is the secret of the recent enormous purchases of gold. Miscellaneous. Major John J. Key has been dismissed from the United States service for uttering disloyal sentiments. Brigadier-General Quincy A. Gilmore has been assigned to the command in Western Virginia--his headquarters to be at Point Pleasant, Mason co. Austin A. Blair has been nominated by the Republicans of Michigan for Governor. Brigadier General Harney, U. S. A., is in Washington.
West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
n increase of $4,611,399 in deposits, and $1,861,758 in loans. Everybody is buying gold in order to insure against the depreciation of the currency. If a man who is worth $50,000 is afraid that by the depreciation of the paper money now afloat he may find himself only worth in reality $25,000 at the end of the war, he can protect himself by buying $50,000 in gold, taking it to the Sub-Treasury, depositing it at four per cent., and, if he needs the money, borrowing on the Sub-Treasurer's certificate of deposit. This is the secret of the recent enormous purchases of gold. Miscellaneous. Major John J. Key has been dismissed from the United States service for uttering disloyal sentiments. Brigadier-General Quincy A. Gilmore has been assigned to the command in Western Virginia--his headquarters to be at Point Pleasant, Mason co. Austin A. Blair has been nominated by the Republicans of Michigan for Governor. Brigadier General Harney, U. S. A., is in Washington.
New York (New York, United States) (search for this): article 10
eting was held at the Democratic headquarters, in New York, Monday night, at which about 1,000 persons were present. Hon. James Brooks, of the New York Express, first addressed the meeting. After denouncing the emancipation proclamation: He then spoke of the second proclamation, saying to the people, if you agitate this subject you shall be put in Fort Lafayette. ("Let them try it."--Laughter.) It was a proper corollary to the first, The provost marshal (hisses) of the State or city of New York is made the judge of our loyalty, and any personal enemy may obtain the incarceration of any one of us. There are two points in the proclamation. The first is, the suspension of civil and the establishment of martial law, and the second is the suspension of the habeas corpus. That right which our English fathers have had since the dark ages is annulled by a proclamation, and citizens are arrested without knowing why or wherefore. ("Infamous. ") Never, never did the revolutionary f
Point Pleasant (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
increase of $4,611,399 in deposits, and $1,861,758 in loans. Everybody is buying gold in order to insure against the depreciation of the currency. If a man who is worth $50,000 is afraid that by the depreciation of the paper money now afloat he may find himself only worth in reality $25,000 at the end of the war, he can protect himself by buying $50,000 in gold, taking it to the Sub-Treasury, depositing it at four per cent., and, if he needs the money, borrowing on the Sub-Treasurer's certificate of deposit. This is the secret of the recent enormous purchases of gold. Miscellaneous. Major John J. Key has been dismissed from the United States service for uttering disloyal sentiments. Brigadier-General Quincy A. Gilmore has been assigned to the command in Western Virginia--his headquarters to be at Point Pleasant, Mason co. Austin A. Blair has been nominated by the Republicans of Michigan for Governor. Brigadier General Harney, U. S. A., is in Washington.
Augusta (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 10
Ireland. It is the natural effect of the operations of tyranny. Mr. McMasters made a few remarks at the close, and the audience separated quietly. At the next meeting Richard O'Gorman will speak. Affairs in the West--the attack on Augusta, Ky. A letter to the Cincinnati Gazette from Augusta, Ky., dated the 28th, gives further particulars of the capture of that town by the Confederates. It says: This place was attacked by six hundred and forty mounted rebels, with two canAugusta, Ky., dated the 28th, gives further particulars of the capture of that town by the Confederates. It says: This place was attacked by six hundred and forty mounted rebels, with two cannon, under the command of a brother of the guerrilla John Morgan. The Union forces, under Col. Bradford, numbering one hundred and twenty men, took refuge in houses and fired from windows, killing and wounding ninety of the rebels, Among the killed were three Captains, one of them a younger brother of John Morgan. Among the mortally wounded was Lieutenant-Colonel Prentice, a son of George D. Prentice, editor and proprietor of the Louisville Journal. The rebels were so exasperated at their
San Marino (California, United States) (search for this): article 10
onstitution in the left, and save the country through the Constitution. (Cheers.) He would surround the rebels, and leave treason to sting itself to death. This geographical idea of overrunning the Southern territory with unacclimated Northern men is a theory that must fail. He abhorred secession and abolition equally. Jeff. Davis is a rebel only two years old; Wendell Phillips is, by his own confession, a rebel twenty years old. (Applause). With the exception of the little Republic of San Marino, on a peak of the Appenines, we are the only Republic now in existence, and we are working out the grand problem. Tyrants in Europe are using all their power to subvert our principles. More than over now is it necessary to impress upon the Northern mind that "Liberty, liberty, liberty, and Union, now and forever, are one and inseparable." (Cheers.) Mr. Schnable, who was imprisoned in Fort Lafayette, then addressed the meeting. Mr. Lincoln, he said, will be supported by all when
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 10
sing all their power to subvert our principles. More than over now is it necessary to impress upon the Northern mind that "Liberty, liberty, liberty, and Union, now and forever, are one and inseparable." (Cheers.) Mr. Schnable, who was imprisoned in Fort Lafayette, then addressed the meeting. Mr. Lincoln, he said, will be supported by all when he acts constitutionally. (Applause.) We have already buried 400,000 men, or more, and saddled the country with a debt nearly equal to Great Britain's. There was a time when, if a few men had been treated for their attempts at destroying the labor and peace of this country, as loyal men have since been treated, by imprisonment, this might have been prevented, (Applause.) The claptrap knavery of the Secretary of State is double tongued, like the serpent. When he utters anything, he shapes it in such a way that, if the party he belongs to turns a back somerset to-morrow, he can swear as well by his interpretation as he can by the posi
Pea Ridge, Ark. (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 10
n, and was formerly a Lieutenant in the navy. He was one of the officers of the Mississippi, which conveyed the suite of Kossuth to our shores. Upon the breaking out of the rebellion he espoused the cause of the Union. Brigadier-General Jeff. C. Davis hails from Indiana, and was a Lieutenant at Fort Sumter when it was bombarded and captured, and from his talents and gallantry was assigned a higher position in the army. His conduct in the Missouri campaign was brilliant, particularly at Pea Ridge. Gen. Nelson also distinguished himself on many a hard-fought field, but more particularly at Shiloh, where he fought with great heroism. He was recently wounded at the battle of Richmond, Ky., and had not wholly recovered when he was killed. Both officers were admirable fighters and high-strung gentlemen. Democratic meeting in New York — Lincoln's proclamation Denounced. A meeting was held at the Democratic headquarters, in New York, Monday night, at which about 1,000 persons w
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