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Kowno (Lithuania) (search for this): article 12
ous papers which had been traitorously placed there by an unknown hand.--The handsome house of Zdanowiez was confiscated, and, after the expulsion of the residents, converted into a barrack. A number of other persons, landed proprietors, functionaries, and physicians, have been imprisoned in the citadel either for having refused to sign addresses, or upon other ridiculous pretexts. Last Friday three hundred and fifty-seven persons were transported to Siberia, who had been imprisoned in Kowno, Grodno, Minsk, and Wilna, and after wards condemned by councils of war for having taken part in the insurrection. Notwithstanding the cold, the shirri of Mouravieff would not allow these unfortunate persons to receive any succor in money or even in clothing. Mouravleff forbids, under the severest penalties, even the nearest relatives of the prisoners to visit them and provide them with necessaries for their journey.--It may be imagined that the determination of Mouravieff is to cause the
Poland (Poland) (search for this): article 12
The Russian Cruelties in Poland. --Whole populations of villages in Lithuania have been forcibly transported to the steppes of the Ural.--The inhabitants of Klanyszki, Szallezki, and Syziany, consisting of fifty-seven families, were thus transported a short time back. Their property was confiscated and sold, and the proceeds applied to to the expense of the journey. These unfortunate people having shown some hesitation to leave their homes, a body of troops was sent to force them to comply with Mouravieff's orders. In Wilna the convoys for Siberia leave every other Friday. In order to destroy every mark of Polanism in the city, Mouravieff has ordered all the Polish inscriptions on the shops and at the corners of the streets to be erased, no more Polish bills of fare to be used in the restaurants, the Polish language to be no longer employed by tradesmen in making up their accounts, and the official language to be in all cases Russian, even on seals and stamps. The Wilna corr
Russia (Russia) (search for this): article 12
leave their homes, a body of troops was sent to force them to comply with Mouravieff's orders. In Wilna the convoys for Siberia leave every other Friday. In order to destroy every mark of Polanism in the city, Mouravieff has ordered all the Polishransportation to the Government of Novgorod. Mouravieff has, during the last fortnight, ordered the deportation to Siberia of one hundred persons belonging to different classes of society. Among this number are M. Thomas Bulhak, who has already passed eighteen years in Siberia; Alexander Zdanowiez, Processor of History, and his son, a young man having obtained a diploma in the University of St. Petersburg. The two latter were arrested because the police found at the house of M. Zdanowiaddresses, or upon other ridiculous pretexts. Last Friday three hundred and fifty-seven persons were transported to Siberia, who had been imprisoned in Kowno, Grodno, Minsk, and Wilna, and after wards condemned by councils of war for having tak
Wilna (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 12
urney. These unfortunate people having shown some hesitation to leave their homes, a body of troops was sent to force them to comply with Mouravieff's orders. In Wilna the convoys for Siberia leave every other Friday. In order to destroy every mark of Polanism in the city, Mouravieff has ordered all the Polish inscriptions on thsh language to be no longer employed by tradesmen in making up their accounts, and the official language to be in all cases Russian, even on seals and stamps. The Wilna correspondent of the London Post, writing on the 11th ult., says: In addition to the periodical convoys of political prisoners sent away from this place by Gother ridiculous pretexts. Last Friday three hundred and fifty-seven persons were transported to Siberia, who had been imprisoned in Kowno, Grodno, Minsk, and Wilna, and after wards condemned by councils of war for having taken part in the insurrection. Notwithstanding the cold, the shirri of Mouravieff would not allow these
M. Thomas Bulhak (search for this): article 12
ast. It has been discovered that the Countess Plater was deputed in 1861, with other ladies, to intercede with Gen. Nazimos in favor of some young men found guilty of having sung patriotic hymns in the Wilna Cathedral. For this offence the Countess has been sentenced to transportation to the Government of Novgorod. Mouravieff has, during the last fortnight, ordered the deportation to Siberia of one hundred persons belonging to different classes of society. Among this number are M. Thomas Bulhak, who has already passed eighteen years in Siberia; Alexander Zdanowiez, Processor of History, and his son, a young man having obtained a diploma in the University of St. Petersburg. The two latter were arrested because the police found at the house of M. Zdanowiez's son various papers which had been traitorously placed there by an unknown hand.--The handsome house of Zdanowiez was confiscated, and, after the expulsion of the residents, converted into a barrack. A number of other perso
M. Zdanowiez (search for this): article 12
d to transportation to the Government of Novgorod. Mouravieff has, during the last fortnight, ordered the deportation to Siberia of one hundred persons belonging to different classes of society. Among this number are M. Thomas Bulhak, who has already passed eighteen years in Siberia; Alexander Zdanowiez, Processor of History, and his son, a young man having obtained a diploma in the University of St. Petersburg. The two latter were arrested because the police found at the house of M. Zdanowiez's son various papers which had been traitorously placed there by an unknown hand.--The handsome house of Zdanowiez was confiscated, and, after the expulsion of the residents, converted into a barrack. A number of other persons, landed proprietors, functionaries, and physicians, have been imprisoned in the citadel either for having refused to sign addresses, or upon other ridiculous pretexts. Last Friday three hundred and fifty-seven persons were transported to Siberia, who had been
Alexander Zdanowiez (search for this): article 12
861, with other ladies, to intercede with Gen. Nazimos in favor of some young men found guilty of having sung patriotic hymns in the Wilna Cathedral. For this offence the Countess has been sentenced to transportation to the Government of Novgorod. Mouravieff has, during the last fortnight, ordered the deportation to Siberia of one hundred persons belonging to different classes of society. Among this number are M. Thomas Bulhak, who has already passed eighteen years in Siberia; Alexander Zdanowiez, Processor of History, and his son, a young man having obtained a diploma in the University of St. Petersburg. The two latter were arrested because the police found at the house of M. Zdanowiez's son various papers which had been traitorously placed there by an unknown hand.--The handsome house of Zdanowiez was confiscated, and, after the expulsion of the residents, converted into a barrack. A number of other persons, landed proprietors, functionaries, and physicians, have been impr
he periodical convoys of political prisoners sent away from this place by Gen. Mouravieff every fortnight, he also frequently orders the transport of ladies without any sort of trial. Thos Countess Michalina Plater has recently had to expiate the political lustre of her name. Unable to rake up any present offence against this lady, search has been made into the records of the past. It has been discovered that the Countess Plater was deputed in 1861, with other ladies, to intercede with Gen. Nazimos in favor of some young men found guilty of having sung patriotic hymns in the Wilna Cathedral. For this offence the Countess has been sentenced to transportation to the Government of Novgorod. Mouravieff has, during the last fortnight, ordered the deportation to Siberia of one hundred persons belonging to different classes of society. Among this number are M. Thomas Bulhak, who has already passed eighteen years in Siberia; Alexander Zdanowiez, Processor of History, and his son, a
Mouravieff (search for this): article 12
to leave their homes, a body of troops was sent to force them to comply with Mouravieff's orders. In Wilna the convoys for Siberia leave every other Friday. In order to destroy every mark of Polanism in the city, Mouravieff has ordered all the Polish inscriptions on the shops and at the corners of the streets to be erased, no mthe periodical convoys of political prisoners sent away from this place by Gen. Mouravieff every fortnight, he also frequently orders the transport of ladies withoutess has been sentenced to transportation to the Government of Novgorod. Mouravieff has, during the last fortnight, ordered the deportation to Siberia of one hunving taken part in the insurrection. Notwithstanding the cold, the shirri of Mouravieff would not allow these unfortunate persons to receive any succor in money or e necessaries for their journey.--It may be imagined that the determination of Mouravieff is to cause the patriots to die of hunger or cold before arriving at their de
h bills of fare to be used in the restaurants, the Polish language to be no longer employed by tradesmen in making up their accounts, and the official language to be in all cases Russian, even on seals and stamps. The Wilna correspondent of the London Post, writing on the 11th ult., says: In addition to the periodical convoys of political prisoners sent away from this place by Gen. Mouravieff every fortnight, he also frequently orders the transport of ladies without any sort of trial. Thos Countess Michalina Plater has recently had to expiate the political lustre of her name. Unable to rake up any present offence against this lady, search has been made into the records of the past. It has been discovered that the Countess Plater was deputed in 1861, with other ladies, to intercede with Gen. Nazimos in favor of some young men found guilty of having sung patriotic hymns in the Wilna Cathedral. For this offence the Countess has been sentenced to transportation to the Government
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