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South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 21
To-day is the day Horace Greeley fixed for the rebellion to be put down, or to be made at any price." How long will his next prediction give the rebels to live? M. Fortz, French Consul at Mobile, has been authorized and requested by Lord Lyons to act as British Consul for the time, subject, we suppose, to the permission of the United States Government. Major General Dobney H. Maury, of Virginia, says the Knoxville Register is soon to take command of the Department of first Tennessee. "Governor" Pierpont and "Senator" Samuel I. Bowden, of Virginia, were in Baltimore last week. The sum of $100 has been contributed in Baltimore for the relief of the poor of Norfolk, Va. The Charleston S. C., papers have advanced their advertising rates to $2 per square.
To-day is the day Horace Greeley fixed for the rebellion to be put down, or to be made at any price." How long will his next prediction give the rebels to live? M. Fortz, French Consul at Mobile, has been authorized and requested by Lord Lyons to act as British Consul for the time, subject, we suppose, to the permission of the United States Government. Major General Dobney H. Maury, of Virginia, says the Knoxville Register is soon to take command of the Department of first Tennessee. "Governor" Pierpont and "Senator" Samuel I. Bowden, of Virginia, were in Baltimore last week. The sum of $100 has been contributed in Baltimore for the relief of the poor of Norfolk, Va. The Charleston S. C., papers have advanced their advertising rates to $2 per square.
Dobney H. Maury (search for this): article 21
To-day is the day Horace Greeley fixed for the rebellion to be put down, or to be made at any price." How long will his next prediction give the rebels to live? M. Fortz, French Consul at Mobile, has been authorized and requested by Lord Lyons to act as British Consul for the time, subject, we suppose, to the permission of the United States Government. Major General Dobney H. Maury, of Virginia, says the Knoxville Register is soon to take command of the Department of first Tennessee. "Governor" Pierpont and "Senator" Samuel I. Bowden, of Virginia, were in Baltimore last week. The sum of $100 has been contributed in Baltimore for the relief of the poor of Norfolk, Va. The Charleston S. C., papers have advanced their advertising rates to $2 per square.
To-day is the day Horace Greeley fixed for the rebellion to be put down, or to be made at any price." How long will his next prediction give the rebels to live? M. Fortz, French Consul at Mobile, has been authorized and requested by Lord Lyons to act as British Consul for the time, subject, we suppose, to the permission of the United States Government. Major General Dobney H. Maury, of Virginia, says the Knoxville Register is soon to take command of the Department of first Tennessee. "Governor" Pierpont and "Senator" Samuel I. Bowden, of Virginia, were in Baltimore last week. The sum of $100 has been contributed in Baltimore for the relief of the poor of Norfolk, Va. The Charleston S. C., papers have advanced their advertising rates to $2 per square.
Samuel I. Bowden (search for this): article 21
To-day is the day Horace Greeley fixed for the rebellion to be put down, or to be made at any price." How long will his next prediction give the rebels to live? M. Fortz, French Consul at Mobile, has been authorized and requested by Lord Lyons to act as British Consul for the time, subject, we suppose, to the permission of the United States Government. Major General Dobney H. Maury, of Virginia, says the Knoxville Register is soon to take command of the Department of first Tennessee. "Governor" Pierpont and "Senator" Samuel I. Bowden, of Virginia, were in Baltimore last week. The sum of $100 has been contributed in Baltimore for the relief of the poor of Norfolk, Va. The Charleston S. C., papers have advanced their advertising rates to $2 per square.