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North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 12
Rosecrans expressed his determination to have him hung, as Shearer had been a regular spy for the rebels. Shearer was present at the battle of Corinth, and it was stated that he was drummed out of camp at that place. While in the South (Alabama and Arkansas) Shearer procured specimens of Confederate money — tens, twenties, fifties, and hundreds — and with or from there specimens he had plates made in Cincinnati, and then had hair a million struck off This was sent by a trusty agent to North and South Carolina, and there it was exchanged for Carolina and Georgia money. The Carolina and Georgia money was then taken to Kentucky and there changed into Kentucky money. The Kentucky money was taken to the vicinity of Louisville and there converted into greenbacks. In this manner about forty live cents on the dollar not was realized. "He also states that he bought, in some part of the South, a quantity of counterfeit greenbacks, made in England, for 15 cents on the dollar. To
City Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 12
orth Carolina; Lt Col. M. J. Bulger, 47th Alabama, Adj't F. C. Powell, 47th North Carolina; Capt John W Johnson, 11th Georgia; 2d Lt. Beverly Barksdale, 23d Virginia; 1st Lt. James P. Gleen, 13th Virginia; 2d Lt. G. W. Nixon, 32d North Carolina, and Assistant Surgeon B. C. Harrison. The American. says: In the steamer Louisiana, which left port last evening, were the following named rebel surgeons, who, after teaching Fortress Monroe, will be conveyed by the flag of truce beat to City Point; A S. Gregory, surgeon 1st Va. infantry; E. M. Rowe, surgeon 14th Va cavalry; M. S Newlin, assistant surgeon 38th Va. infantry; E. C. Harris, assistant surgeon 56th Va. infantry; J. P. McCombs, assistant surgeon 11th North Carolina; with M L Whitten, chaplain 9th Alabama, with four hospital stewards, who had been left on the field at Gettysburg to attend to the rebel wounded. Commercial affairs in the United States.-- on the specie — England Warts no more breadstuffs, act gold. T
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 12
been a regular spy for the rebels. Shearer was present at the battle of Corinth, and it was stated that he was drummed out of camp at that place. While in the South (Alabama and Arkansas) Shearer procured specimens of Confederate money — tens, twenties, fifties, and hundreds — and with or from there specimens he had plates made in Cincinnati, and then had hair a million struck off This was sent by a trusty agent to North and South Carolina, and there it was exchanged for Carolina and Georgia money. The Carolina and Georgia money was then taken to Kentucky and there changed into Kentucky money. The Kentucky money was taken to the vicinity of Louisville and there converted into greenbacks. In this manner about forty live cents on the dollar not was realized. "He also states that he bought, in some part of the South, a quantity of counterfeit greenbacks, made in England, for 15 cents on the dollar. To test the quality of this foreign counterfeit money, he (Shearer) took a
Johnstons Island (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 12
of the prisoner was refused admittance. The "press" were not even favored, but your correspondent, by a mere accident, had a few moments' conversation with the guerrilla chieftain. He appeared quite at ease until he found that the "parole" dodge was useless, and that General Burnside refused to recognize it, when he became somewhat reserved and thoughtful He seemed to fear that he would be placed in uncomfortable quarters, as it was reported that he and his officers would be sent to Johnston's Island, which he was told was a cold, bleak place, and that the prisoners were treated roughly. We told him such was not the case, but that he would, no doubt, be closely confined and closely watched; but that he would be treated according to his rank and the usage and custom of war. After about ten minutes conversation he was remanded back to his quarters, and as left he said to General Manson, who was standing by, "General, I wish you would intercede and get a drink of whiskey for me,
Matamoras (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 12
of being able, before nightfall, to bring the wandering sheep back to the fold. The Peterroff —— the Hiawatha The following Items are from a New York letter, dated August 1: Judge Batts has rendered a decision condemning the Angle-Rebel steamer Peterhoff for constructive running of the blockade. This decision is one of more than ordinary importance. The British journals have all along assumed that as the Peter off was not bound to any American port under blockade, (but to Matamoras, a Mexican port.) her capture was wholly without warrant. The British Foreign Office have also had some sharp correspondence with Mr. Seward on the subject, and it is believed that "John Ball" has only deferred pressing his claim because of a belief that the American Court would decide in favor of giving the vassal up. Judge Batts, therefore, has pronounced a judgment which is certain to make a great sensation abroad. The notorious blockade runner Hiawatha has at last been finally di
Kenosha county (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): article 12
a of having killed Taylor, alleging that with his knowledge of counterfeiting money, &c., he could do better than to kill a man for and dollars. He also stated that the evidence against him on the trial was such that, had he been a juror, he would have convicted his own brother, and that the jury who tried him could find no other verdict than that of guilty. Before his conviction Shearer was sent for by Gen. Rosecrans while he (Shearer) was in jail at Kenosha, but the Sheriff in Kenosha county refused to give him up. Rosecrans expressed his determination to have him hung, as Shearer had been a regular spy for the rebels. Shearer was present at the battle of Corinth, and it was stated that he was drummed out of camp at that place. While in the South (Alabama and Arkansas) Shearer procured specimens of Confederate money — tens, twenties, fifties, and hundreds — and with or from there specimens he had plates made in Cincinnati, and then had hair a million struck off This wa
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 12
the jury who tried him could find no other verdict than that of guilty. Before his conviction Shearer was sent for by Gen. Rosecrans while he (Shearer) was in jail at Kenosha, but the Sheriff in Kenosha county refused to give him up. Rosecrans expressed his determination to have him hung, as Shearer had been a regular spy for the rebels. Shearer was present at the battle of Corinth, and it was stated that he was drummed out of camp at that place. While in the South (Alabama and Arkansas) Shearer procured specimens of Confederate money — tens, twenties, fifties, and hundreds — and with or from there specimens he had plates made in Cincinnati, and then had hair a million struck off This was sent by a trusty agent to North and South Carolina, and there it was exchanged for Carolina and Georgia money. The Carolina and Georgia money was then taken to Kentucky and there changed into Kentucky money. The Kentucky money was taken to the vicinity of Louisville and there converted
France (France) (search for this): article 12
t seeking employment in temporary leans is largely in excess of the demand, and strictly first class borrower are offered at four or five per cent more than they can use; the quotations for ordinary loans range from five to six per cent., and loans are easily negotiated. The gold market has an advancing tendency, owing to purchases by foreign firms for shipment to Europe, in accordance with recent advices. In August of last year there were orders in this city for breadstuffs to ship to France, and this August there are orders for specie; but no breadstuffs. Stampede of conscripts. A letter from New York, dated August 1st, says: An extraordinary scenes was presented at the New Haven wharl, East river, on the arrival of the steamer Continental yesterday morning. A party of conscripts, one hundred and seventeen in number, were placed on board the boat, in charge of Captain Davis and a company of the 14th Connecticut volunteers. No sooner had the steamer to suched th
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 12
er, and that the jury who tried him could find no other verdict than that of guilty. Before his conviction Shearer was sent for by Gen. Rosecrans while he (Shearer) was in jail at Kenosha, but the Sheriff in Kenosha county refused to give him up. Rosecrans expressed his determination to have him hung, as Shearer had been a regular spy for the rebels. Shearer was present at the battle of Corinth, and it was stated that he was drummed out of camp at that place. While in the South (Alabama and Arkansas) Shearer procured specimens of Confederate money — tens, twenties, fifties, and hundreds — and with or from there specimens he had plates made in Cincinnati, and then had hair a million struck off This was sent by a trusty agent to North and South Carolina, and there it was exchanged for Carolina and Georgia money. The Carolina and Georgia money was then taken to Kentucky and there changed into Kentucky money. The Kentucky money was taken to the vicinity of Louisville and the
Kenosha (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): article 12
ers from Presidents Buchanan and Pierce were discovered. They showed no small obsequiousness towards the mighty Jeff. Counterfeit Confederate money — Revolutions of a murderer. David S. Shearer, the murderer of M. T. W. Taylor, near Kenosha, Wis., has been convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for life in the State Prison at Waupan, at which institution he was delivered on Friday last. The Milwaukee Sentinel says: Shearer gave his profession, when asked by the entry clerk at , had he been a juror, he would have convicted his own brother, and that the jury who tried him could find no other verdict than that of guilty. Before his conviction Shearer was sent for by Gen. Rosecrans while he (Shearer) was in jail at Kenosha, but the Sheriff in Kenosha county refused to give him up. Rosecrans expressed his determination to have him hung, as Shearer had been a regular spy for the rebels. Shearer was present at the battle of Corinth, and it was stated that he was
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