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South Dakota (South Dakota, United States) (search for this): article 8
e of the United States at London.--The views of the Chamber of Commerce concerning the same will, with pleasure, be promptly made known to him, and to the other diplomatic as well as the consular agents of the United States residing in maritime countries. I have the honor to be, Your obedient servant, William H Seward, The New York Commercial says: The Inc., a sailing war vessel, left this port yesterday; the sailing frigate Sabine has left New London, and the Vanderbilt and Dakota are under sailing orders. It is understood that they go to search for the Alabama. The merchants of this city, meanwhile, are discussing the propriety of sending some fast vessel, the Dreadnought, for instance, to aid in intercepting the pirate Semmes.--The Inc. is a ship of 800 tons, said to be very fast, and mounts nine guns. The Sabine is a first-class frigate, tolerably last, and is rated at fifty guns. --She probably carries less, but has very heavy metal. The Vanderbilt is one of t
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
han they found in the principles, prejudices, and traditions of Virginians. I thought, however, that I could detect a dawning consciousness in the mind of Mr. Janney, of how he, and conservative minded men like him, had been used by the South Carolina fire-eaters. I felt delicate at pressing him on there tender points, but the rebellion has obviously in his mind not a clean birth record. The secession of South Carolina and the Gulf States he regards as a gigantic crime — unprovoked, uncaSouth Carolina and the Gulf States he regards as a gigantic crime — unprovoked, uncalled for, unauthorized, illegal, and diabolical. Next to this, he accounts the acceptance by the Washington Government of the attack on Fort Sumter as a challenge to war, followed by the calling out of 75,000 men, as a grand political blunder. He excoriates Mr. Buchanan--whom he looks upon as the weakest and meanest of all the tools ever used by a tyrannical faction — for not reinforcing Fort Sumter at a time when it could have been done without giving offence; but he also blames Mr. Lincoln f<
New York State (New York, United States) (search for this): article 8
hed after the "290." At a meeting of the New York Chamber of Commerce, on Thursday, the following letter from Secretary Seward was read: Department of State.Washington, 27th, October, 1862. To the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the loyal, patriotic, and humane resolutions of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, concerning the recent destruction of American vessels near the A ores by pirates who wentState of New York, concerning the recent destruction of American vessels near the A ores by pirates who went out from the shores of a friendly nation in violation of the restrictions prescribed by municipal as well as international laws. By authority of the President, the subject has been already commended to the attention of the representative of the United States at London.--The views of the Chamber of Commerce concerning the same will, with pleasure, be promptly made known to him, and to the other diplomatic as well as the consular agents of the United States residing in maritime countries.
Ohio (United States) (search for this): article 8
g in a few days, and settle the entire exchange with Mr. Ould, as far as relates to those prisoners already liberated. Miscellaneous. Accounts from the Kanawha region state that Gen. Cox had continued his advance. The rebels had not injured the salt works, or destroyed the stock on hand. There were thirty-three inches water in the river Sunday morning, and as soon as slight obstructions could be removed from the channel at one point, boats, loaded with salt; would leave for the Ohio river. Our informant states that the rebels had eaten the country bare of provisions; and Jenkins's cavalry horses had consumed all the corn in the valley. Everything in the stores that the rebels had any use for was "purchased," payment being made in Confederate scrip. Telegraphic messages were Thursday afternoon passed direct between New York and San Francisco without repetition. The distance is 3,500 miles, the longest electric circuit ever worked. Judge McCunn, of New York, has
Salem (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 8
red. Our loss was one killed, and five wounded. The conduct of our cavalry in this action was splendid, and they only need an open field to show their ability to vanquish Stuart's celebrated legion. Gen. Bayard's command of cavalry has occupied Salem, after driving out the 1st Virginia cavalry regiment. Salem is on the Manassas Gap Railroad, between Rectorville and White Plains. The whole line of this road is now in our possession, and the left wing of the army will soon be put in direct raSalem is on the Manassas Gap Railroad, between Rectorville and White Plains. The whole line of this road is now in our possession, and the left wing of the army will soon be put in direct railroad communication with Washington. The whole of the rebel forces are now driven beyond the Blue Ridge, and our army is in such a position as to intercept the rebel retreat towards the Rappahannock. Seward on the "Piracies" of the "290"--England to be called to account--vessels Dispatched after the "290." At a meeting of the New York Chamber of Commerce, on Thursday, the following letter from Secretary Seward was read: Department of State.Washington, 27th, October, 1862.
Leesburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
It is the capital of Wayne county, and situated on the Reuse river, where it is crossed by the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, fifty miles Southeast of Raleigh. Steamboats of light draught can ascend the river for about two-thirds of the year. The place has (or had) a population of about three thousand. A conversation with John Janney--Yankee construction of his Opinions — no hope of a return to the "glorious Union." A correspondent of the New York Times, writing from Leesburg, Loudoun county, Va., gives a decidedly discouraging account of the "Union" feeling there. So far from "loyal" are the people that the writer thinks they are "intensely and universally" secession in their feelings, though they have that kind of "civility which well bred belligerents bear to each other." The correspondent gives an account of an interview with John Janney, the President of the Virginia Convention, which, barring the distortions of the Yankee, which are readily recognizable, is interes
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 8
to gird up his loins for more desperate efforts yet. It thinks: While an adverse vote may be received as a rebuke, it can never relax the efforts of a ruler fit for his place to save his imperiled country. The vote in this State, as in Pennsylvania and the West, indicates a profound dissatisfaction with the method of the Administration in carrying on this war — and a peremptory demand for the adoption of one better adapted to the awful emergencies of the case. The President must not heslellan has closed her house in Washington city, and on Thursday, it is stated, proceeded to join her husband at the headquarters of the army. A letter to the Pittsburg Chronicle, dated Lebanon, October 24, says: "The list of killed and wounded will be over 3,000 for the battle of Chaplin Hills" The New York underwriters have added the letters "C" and "B" to their loss list, meaning captured and burned. Gen. Andrew Porter has been assigned to the command in Pennsylvania
Bangor (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 8
Latest from the North. Baltimore papers of Friday evening, the 7th inst., have been received. Gen. Jameson, who commanded at Fair Oaks, died at Bangor, Me., on the 6th. Gold sold in New York on the 6th at 131½. In Suffolk, Va., the Federal troops had become so hold in their robberies that the Commanding General had issued an order against it. The following is an extract from his order: Complaints are made that houses and barns have been entered, animals taken, poultry killed, without any authority or necessity, by soldiers carrying three days full rations in their haversacks. Odd Follows' and Masonic Halls are reported to have been entered and plundered of their regalia, charters, and other valuables. A church is said to have been desecrated by some lawless miscreants having neither the fear of God nor man before their eyes, and its sacred vessels carried off. From the Federal army. The American, of last Friday, gives the following summary under its editorial h
New Bern (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
tagonist. The expedition into North Carolina. The United States steamer transport Oriole, Captain Holmes, from Hatteras Inlet, 2d November, arrived at New York Thursday. Letters by the arrival state that an expedition had left Newbern, North Carolina, about October 26th, by land and water, composed of about twelve thousand men and several gunboats. The expedition was in command of Gen. Foster. Its destination, is not stated. We should not be surprised, says the Herald, to learn, by the next arrival from Newbern, that the Union forces above mentioned had captured Goldsborough — a point of the most strategic importance. It is the capital of Wayne county, and situated on the Reuse river, where it is crossed by the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, fifty miles Southeast of Raleigh. Steamboats of light draught can ascend the river for about two-thirds of the year. The place has (or had) a population of about three thousand. A conversation with John Janney--Yankee
United States (United States) (search for this): article 8
sident, the subject has been already commended to the attention of the representative of the United States at London.--The views of the Chamber of Commerce concerning the same will, with pleasure, beromptly made known to him, and to the other diplomatic as well as the consular agents of the United States residing in maritime countries. I have the honor to be, Your obedient servant, William H for Semmes would not fight his antagonist. The expedition into North Carolina. The United States steamer transport Oriole, Captain Holmes, from Hatteras Inlet, 2d November, arrived at New Yalth that had existed as a sovereign, organized Government, for two hundred years before the United States had a name," Such, in a sentence, is the history of the lapse of thousands of the best and po person who has been convicted of a criminal offence can be enlisted into the armies of the United States. Mrs. McClellan has closed her house in Washington city, and on Thursday, it is stated,
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