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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1860., [Electronic resource], Reparation for an Insult. (search)
Reparation for an Insult. --On hearing of the outrage on our flag by the revolutionary troops at Rio Hache, New Granada, the commander of our squadron at the West Indies immediately dispatched the sloop-of-war St. Louis, Captain Poor, with orders to demand redress. This vessel arrived at Rio Hache about the 1st of September, and "the Commander demanded that the flag of the Consulate should be hoisted by two officers of the garrison, that the troops should then file under it, and afterwards salute it by three volleys. Although at first they endeavored to evade giving this satisfaction, they had at last to pass through the Candine Forks by the peremptory terms in which the Commander exacted it."
The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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State armory. --The estimate of funds needed to meet engagements for the State machinery under the contract with Messrs. Joseph R. Anderson & Co., is as follows: 1st of March $20,000;1st of June $60,000; 1st of September $50,000; 1st of December $50,000. The amount of the original contract was $158, 59040; additions ordered by the Master Armorer, Mr. Salmon Adams, by letter of November 21, 1860, $1,174.50; subsequent contract for supplying set of barrel rolling and welding machinery, &c., $14,600--total amount of contract, $172,364.90. Sub-contracts have been made with other parties, and approved by the Commissioners of the State of Virginia, for the supply of machinery, to the extent of about $75,176; and good progress has been made towards the execution of the work undertaken by them. Most of the machines for the machine shops of the armory are ready for erection as soon as the building is ready to receive them — and that is nearly the case. Immediately on the conclusion of t
Europe and the South. --An agent passed through this city last night with important official dispatches to the Government at Richmond, and reports all favorabte to the Southern cause in Europe. The Southern ports will be opened on the 1st of September, victory or no victory. Propositions have been received for an advance on the cotton crop controlled by the Confederate Government to the amount of $200,000,000. On his route from New York to this city, the distinguished agent in question had a fair opportunity of conversing with and observing the movements of the Yankees, and gleaned many intersting particulars, some of which we present as being indisputably correct. Col. Wallace, commanding an Indiana Regiment, has been entirely cut off in Cumberland, Md.--supposed to be all killed or taken prisoners, on the 19th. The excitement at Indianapolis, in consequence of this probable bloody defeat, was almost indescribable, the regiment having been formed in that city. Two regi
The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1860., [Electronic resource],
Servants' Clothing-- Servants' Clothing. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1860., [Electronic resource], The Southern students at the
The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1860., [Electronic resource], Attempt to murder a Clergyman. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Read shell in the fight at
Man sold for Vageancy. --A Cincinnati exchange says that a man named Semple, who is connected with one of the oldest and most respectable families in Covington, Ky., but who has degenerated into a mere sot, was sold at public auction by the sheriff on Saturday, for inveterate vagrancy. Andy Herod, jailer, became his purchaser at the sum of one dime, and will have an opportunity to get his money back by Semple's services until the 1st of September next.