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Switzerland (Switzerland) (search for this): article 4
extinguishing the flames, when the after port of the ship and the mizzenmast had been destroyed. "the drafting Humbug." Under this caption the New York Mercury says: The drafting nuisance should be stopped forth with. In Connecticut the impressed men have all got off by bribing the physicians to give them certificates of disability. In Boston it has been stopped after two days trial; in other States it is the mere t farce in the world. There is no need of drafting while Switzerland begs us to use one hundred thousand of her sons, while Garibaldi offers us his sword and his brave legions, and while the slaves of the Secessionists are exempted from military service. If proper measures are taken the quota of a State can easily be filled up without a single impressed man. Let an effort be made to rid us of this nuisance. Beecher Changes his Opinion. A few weeks ago the notorious Henry Ward Beecher professed to believe that Lincoln's proclamation "would of its
Connecticut (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): article 4
up state they escaped by reason of the darkness of the night, and, after flouting till day, were picked up by the Webster. The men on the mortar schooner No. 7, which was some distance off, saw the fire. A boat's crew was at dispatched, who succeeded in extinguishing the flames, when the after port of the ship and the mizzenmast had been destroyed. "the drafting Humbug." Under this caption the New York Mercury says: The drafting nuisance should be stopped forth with. In Connecticut the impressed men have all got off by bribing the physicians to give them certificates of disability. In Boston it has been stopped after two days trial; in other States it is the mere t farce in the world. There is no need of drafting while Switzerland begs us to use one hundred thousand of her sons, while Garibaldi offers us his sword and his brave legions, and while the slaves of the Secessionists are exempted from military service. If proper measures are taken the quota of a State
Caroline (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
ancy how these things annoy me. But I have nothing but annoyance now, though people here say there is no chance of another battle on the Potomac before next spring. Outrage and just punishment in Maryland. A letter from a correspondent at Denton, Maryland, gives the details of a terrible tragedy enacted at that place on Saturday last. A mulatto man named Jim Wilson had outraged and murdered a little daughter of Edgar Plummer, about eleven years of age, residing near Brighton, Caroline county, meeting her in the woods on her way from school. The perpetrator of this terrible outrage was arrested, confessed the deed, and committed to the Denton jail. The people of the surrounding country flocked to the town, and broke open the jail, took out the prisoner, hung him to a tree, fired sixteen ballets into the body, dragged it through the streets attached to the rope, cut it up, burned it, and concluded the ceremony by giving three cheers for Stonewall Jackson. The outrage commi
Bloomfield (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
Later from the North. The Northern papers, of the evening of the 4th, are received, but do not contain much of interest. The evening edition of the Baltimore American has a dispatch dated at Bloomfield, Va., November 3d, 7 P. M., which states that the advance of the Army of the Potomac up the Valley, on the left side of the Blue Ridge, is being pushed forward with all dispatch. The same dispatch says that "Gen. Pleasanton occupied Upperville this afternoon, after a spirited engagement with the enemy for about four hours. We had none killed, but several men were wounded. The enemy left three of their dead on the field. Upperville is only four miles from Ashby's Gap, which the rebels are endeavoring to hold." The American says that the Yankee army "is now ready and prepared to fight a general battle at any time and place where the enemy may see proper to meet them. It is in better condition to day then it ever has been, with the exception of a want of more cavalry."
Denton (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
r their trouble and expenses in bringing the information. George says they are non-commissioned officers — sergeants or corporals, I forget which — and are to be commissioned as second lieutenants when they get back from Baltimore. You may fancy how these things annoy me. But I have nothing but annoyance now, though people here say there is no chance of another battle on the Potomac before next spring. Outrage and just punishment in Maryland. A letter from a correspondent at Denton, Maryland, gives the details of a terrible tragedy enacted at that place on Saturday last. A mulatto man named Jim Wilson had outraged and murdered a little daughter of Edgar Plummer, about eleven years of age, residing near Brighton, Caroline county, meeting her in the woods on her way from school. The perpetrator of this terrible outrage was arrested, confessed the deed, and committed to the Denton jail. The people of the surrounding country flocked to the town, and broke open the jail, took
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
is thus the — and--[Two papers are mentioned here, one published in New York and one in Baltimore,] get their "late Southern news," and I can assure you that this mail runs regularly — the carriers many times getting across the Potomac and into Maryland without being once challenged; while, if they are challenged, they announce themselves as "deserters," take the oath — though even this is not always asked of them — and then hurry on to Baltimore, which is our chief post office. They have hen they get back from Baltimore. You may fancy how these things annoy me. But I have nothing but annoyance now, though people here say there is no chance of another battle on the Potomac before next spring. Outrage and just punishment in Maryland. A letter from a correspondent at Denton, Maryland, gives the details of a terrible tragedy enacted at that place on Saturday last. A mulatto man named Jim Wilson had outraged and murdered a little daughter of Edgar Plummer, about eleven y
Brighton (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 4
re. You may fancy how these things annoy me. But I have nothing but annoyance now, though people here say there is no chance of another battle on the Potomac before next spring. Outrage and just punishment in Maryland. A letter from a correspondent at Denton, Maryland, gives the details of a terrible tragedy enacted at that place on Saturday last. A mulatto man named Jim Wilson had outraged and murdered a little daughter of Edgar Plummer, about eleven years of age, residing near Brighton, Caroline county, meeting her in the woods on her way from school. The perpetrator of this terrible outrage was arrested, confessed the deed, and committed to the Denton jail. The people of the surrounding country flocked to the town, and broke open the jail, took out the prisoner, hung him to a tree, fired sixteen ballets into the body, dragged it through the streets attached to the rope, cut it up, burned it, and concluded the ceremony by giving three cheers for Stonewall Jackson. The
Upperville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
mfield, Va., November 3d, 7 P. M., which states that the advance of the Army of the Potomac up the Valley, on the left side of the Blue Ridge, is being pushed forward with all dispatch. The same dispatch says that "Gen. Pleasanton occupied Upperville this afternoon, after a spirited engagement with the enemy for about four hours. We had none killed, but several men were wounded. The enemy left three of their dead on the field. Upperville is only four miles from Ashby's Gap, which the rebeUpperville is only four miles from Ashby's Gap, which the rebels are endeavoring to hold." The American says that the Yankee army "is now ready and prepared to fight a general battle at any time and place where the enemy may see proper to meet them. It is in better condition to day then it ever has been, with the exception of a want of more cavalry." Extract from the letter of a Loyal Lady, the "wife of a high rebel officer, to her mother." We find in the New York Times the following letter. The Times is very solicitous lest its authenticity
Boston (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 4
Webster. The men on the mortar schooner No. 7, which was some distance off, saw the fire. A boat's crew was at dispatched, who succeeded in extinguishing the flames, when the after port of the ship and the mizzenmast had been destroyed. "the drafting Humbug." Under this caption the New York Mercury says: The drafting nuisance should be stopped forth with. In Connecticut the impressed men have all got off by bribing the physicians to give them certificates of disability. In Boston it has been stopped after two days trial; in other States it is the mere t farce in the world. There is no need of drafting while Switzerland begs us to use one hundred thousand of her sons, while Garibaldi offers us his sword and his brave legions, and while the slaves of the Secessionists are exempted from military service. If proper measures are taken the quota of a State can easily be filled up without a single impressed man. Let an effort be made to rid us of this nuisance. Be
Abe Lincoln (search for this): article 4
no need of drafting while Switzerland begs us to use one hundred thousand of her sons, while Garibaldi offers us his sword and his brave legions, and while the slaves of the Secessionists are exempted from military service. If proper measures are taken the quota of a State can easily be filled up without a single impressed man. Let an effort be made to rid us of this nuisance. Beecher Changes his Opinion. A few weeks ago the notorious Henry Ward Beecher professed to believe that Lincoln's proclamation "would of itself almost end the war." He now declares it is like a ship frozen in am oug the icebergs of an Arctic sea. In other words, it is a "Pope's bull against the comet." The Markets. The Baltimore American, of the evening of the 4th, says: The stock market is weaker and ull pending the State election. The railroad ges are @½ per cent lower. Gold is higher, but not active. The clothing sales are at 131@131½, Dutiable demand notes are quoted 126@12
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