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Sandusky Bay (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 5
the river opposite Detroit, demand its unconditional surrender. This plot is entirely consistent with the lately discovered conspiracy in Cincinnati to seize the steamer Michigan and release the prisoners confined on Johnson's Island, in Sandusky bay, and that conspiracy was doubtless a part, though by no means a necessary part, of it. The plot is a novel one, but it must be confessed not more rash than many warlike enterprises that meet with success. The defenceless condition of our takeat Vallandigham, Hemy Clay's beautiful son James, and that pardoned villain, Marshal Kane, had fully arranged for passing through the Walland canal an armed steamer whose mission was: First--To open the prison doors for captive rebels at Sandusky bay. Second--To arm and equip these veterans, over two thousand in number.-- Third--To seize as many propellers on Lake Erie as were needed, and arm and man them.-- Fourth--To make Buffalo a heap of ashes, and her vessels in port charred skeletons
Belfast (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 5
y, the Oath of Allegiance, Federal Fabrications, and kept up a running fire through the English press. Some of these publications shall be sent you by the first opportunity which presents for sending packages. After the disposal of the Roebuck motion, the rapid increase of Federal recruitment in Ireland attracted much attention, and I deemed it advisably to visit that country to see if anything could be done to check it. During three weeks residence, chiefly in Dublin, with a visit to Belfast, in the north of Ireland, I succeeded in unmasking and exposing the enemy's battery, and enlisted the aid of some powerful auxiliaries in the press and pulpit to stop this cruel and cowardly crumping of recruits under pretext of employment on Northern railways. Many knew the real nature of the services required of them, but many more were entrapped by promise of high wages, their contract containing a clause that they would take the preliminary "oath of renunciation" on their arrival in Am
Buffalo, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): article 5
g relieved his mind of any change in England's inactivity. I sincerely hope that the intention of the Emperor may be more practical, but I can only judge by the lights before me. I remain, very respectfully, Edwin de Leon. The great Johnson's Island plot-- a Canadian organization for War against the United States--Lord Lyons Jumps out of bed at midnight. The Johnson's Island plot has loomed up into a conspiracy of gigantic dimensions. Major General Dix, who was ordered to Buffalo, N. Y., arrived there on the night of the 15th inst. A large force of infantry and two batteries of artillery were sent to Johnson's Island on Thursday, and eight hundred men of the 12th Ohio cavalry left Cleveland on Friday for the same place. A report obtains in Buffalo that a tunnel had been discovered from the prisoners' quarters on the Island to some woods several hundred feet distant, and about six hundred muskets found concealed in it. The plot is said to have been to seize the United S
Henry J. Cooper (search for this): article 5
port, are to be quartered South of the Potomac. They have become a nuisance. Senator Congress, of California, has presented Lincoln with an "elegant, gold headed hickory cane, formerly owned by the late Senator Broderick. The Washington Government has determined to close the port of Wilmington, N. C., at any expense, and such swift steamers as can be spared are being sent to that point. Major Myers, chief of the. U. S. Signal Corps, has been relieved and exiled to Memphis, Tenn. Richard Liddell, Lemuel C. Mathews, and Henry J. Cooper, arraigned in Baltimore for having Confederate scrip in their possession, were discharged upon showing that the whole of it was counterfeit. Lt. Budd recently drew $28,318 as his individua share of the capture of three blockade-running ships — the Memphis, Britannia, and Victory. A profitable business. General Foster, who succeeds General Burnside, will reach Knoxville in a day or two. Gen. Burnside is ill with dysemery.
pport, are to be quartered South of the Potomac. They have become a nuisance. Senator Congress, of California, has presented Lincoln with an "elegant, gold headed hickory cane, formerly owned by the late Senator Broderick. The Washington Government has determined to close the port of Wilmington, N. C., at any expense, and such swift steamers as can be spared are being sent to that point. Major Myers, chief of the. U. S. Signal Corps, has been relieved and exiled to Memphis, Tenn. Richard Liddell, Lemuel C. Mathews, and Henry J. Cooper, arraigned in Baltimore for having Confederate scrip in their possession, were discharged upon showing that the whole of it was counterfeit. Lt. Budd recently drew $28,318 as his individua share of the capture of three blockade-running ships — the Memphis, Britannia, and Victory. A profitable business. General Foster, who succeeds General Burnside, will reach Knoxville in a day or two. Gen. Burnside is ill with dysemery.
or will be taken by the British Government to stop this wholesale deportation, for two reasons. First, from the difficulty of proof of actual enlistment; and second, because of the unwillingness of Lord Russell to wound the susceptibilities of Mr. Seward, of whose conduct he has "no complaint to make." The priests, the press, and the public opinion, may supply the shortcomings of the Government in this respect. At least the attempt is making and shall continue to be made. Having callo wipe out the commerce of Lake Erie. Seventh--To consume Detroit, and in effect to destroy the commerce and cities of the Lakes, from Ogdensburg to Chicago, almost at a blow. Lord Lyons got out of bed after midnight to communicate the news to Mr. Seward, and afterward the Secretary of War was got up and got to the wires of the military telegraph. We hear from the West to-night that, by telegraph received at Buffalo on Thursday morning, the sloop of-war Michigan was ordered off the mouth o
apeake shore, and that on the same day one of his coasting vessels fell in with and captured Capt. John T. Beall himself, three commissioned officers, and six men. He thinks this will put an end to the depredations in that department. The Yankee Government intends to recruit eleven regiments of negro troops in Maryland. Lincoln commenced the preparation of his Message to Congress on Saturday. He did not see many visitors, but managed to spare time for a lengthy interview with Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania. All the contraband in Washington, dependent on the Government for support, are to be quartered South of the Potomac. They have become a nuisance. Senator Congress, of California, has presented Lincoln with an "elegant, gold headed hickory cane, formerly owned by the late Senator Broderick. The Washington Government has determined to close the port of Wilmington, N. C., at any expense, and such swift steamers as can be spared are being sent to that point
ade by the enemy yesterday in the vicinity of Stevensburg, which is occupied by Kilpatrick's cavalry. Not more than half a dozen shells were thrown on either side, and on the advance of our cavalry the enemy retired. No one was injured on our side. As the rebels advanced from the direction of Pony Mountain, my informant, a Lieutenant-Colonel, who was present, believed the report that Kilpatrick has taken Pony Mountain incorrect. The railroad will be repaired and in running order to Culpeper on the 15th inst. The bridge to be placed across the river at Rappahannock Station is completed, and will be erected to-day or tomorrow. The railroad is in order to a point three miles west of Bealton, to which place trains run. The weather for two days past has been delightfully pleasant, and the roads are still in excellent condition. The following is the dispatch sent by Lincoln to General Meade, and published to the army on the 10th instant: Washington, Monday, Nov. 9, 1863
for two reasons. First, from the difficulty of proof of actual enlistment; and second, because of the unwillingness of Lord Russell to wound the susceptibilities of Mr. Seward, of whose conduct he has "no complaint to make." The priests, the press, and the public opinion, may supply the shortcomings of the Government in this respect. At least the attempt is making and shall continue to be made. Having called, of course, as a private individual on the Lord Lieutenant, the Earl of Carlisle, an old acquaintance, I was most courteously and kindly received, and had a long conversation with him on this and kindred topics. Subsequently I dined with him, when we again discussed the whole matter. He admitted the existence of the evil of emigration and the powerlessness of Government in the matter. Here, in France, I see no change either in the attitude of the Government or in the popular sentiment. In fact, until the arrival of the Florida at Brest, allusions to the Confeder
Pennsylvania. All the contraband in Washington, dependent on the Government for support, are to be quartered South of the Potomac. They have become a nuisance. Senator Congress, of California, has presented Lincoln with an "elegant, gold headed hickory cane, formerly owned by the late Senator Broderick. The Washington Government has determined to close the port of Wilmington, N. C., at any expense, and such swift steamers as can be spared are being sent to that point. Major Myers, chief of the. U. S. Signal Corps, has been relieved and exiled to Memphis, Tenn. Richard Liddell, Lemuel C. Mathews, and Henry J. Cooper, arraigned in Baltimore for having Confederate scrip in their possession, were discharged upon showing that the whole of it was counterfeit. Lt. Budd recently drew $28,318 as his individua share of the capture of three blockade-running ships — the Memphis, Britannia, and Victory. A profitable business. General Foster, who succeeds Genera
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