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The Daily Dispatch: December 7, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: Introduction., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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erbert Spencer, author of "Social Statistics," "The Principles of Psychology," &c. New York: D. Appleton & Co.--The contents of this book originally appeared in some of the British Quarterlies, and areek Reader. By Albert Harkness, Ph, D., Professor of Greek in Brown University. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Night Caps, &c.--We have two more little volumes of these pleasant publications for from the German by S. W. Lander. For sale by Messrs. Woodhouse & Co. They were all published by Appleton & Co. Quiet Thoughts for Quiet Hours. By the author of "Life's Morning," "Life's Evening," Being Academic and occasional discourses and other pieces, by C. T. Henry, D. D. New York: D. Appleton & Co. For sale by Woodhouse & Co. Chambers' EncyclopÆdia.--We have the twenty-first part of this EncyclopÆdia now issuing by D. Appleton & Co., from Messrs. Woodhouse & Co. Songs of Ireland; edited and annotated by Samuel Lover, author of "Handy Andy," "Rory O'More, " &c.--illustrated
Russia pays up. --During the Crimean war the Russian Government, through its agents, made a contract with Capt. Perkins, of Worcester, Mass., for a supply of powder, revolvers, and breach- loading rifles, to be smuggled into Russia by way of the German ports, in concealed cotton- bales and casks of rice. The scheme was discovered, and peace having been declared, the Russian broke the contract. Capt. Perkins laid his claim before the State Department and a diplomatic correspondence ensued, during which Attorney General Black sustained the claimant. --His agent, Mr. Stewart, it is said, went to St. Petersburg last summer, and that, with the aid of Mr. Appleton, our Minister at St. Petersburg, he has obtained $385,000.-- Washington Correspondent.
Nov. 7P. M.--Smith, Dem., is elected in the 1st District; Wall, Rep., in the 5th and Conkling, Rep., in the 6th. Massachusetts. Boston, Nov. 7. --In 149 towns, exclusive of this city, Lincoln has 47,575 majority over Douglas, and 34,000 over both Breckinridge and Douglas. His plurality in the State will probably be 70,000. The Legislature is largely Republican. Boston, Nov. 7, P. M.--In the 9th district Bailey has 8,784, and Thayer, (Rep.,) 7,183. In the 5th district Appleton, (Dem.,) has 8,015, and Burlingame, (Rep.,) 7,756; Bigelow, (Doug. Dem,) 6,599. The Republicans elected Congressmen in all the other districts. They lose two members of Congress. New Jersey. Trenton, Nov. 7. --Parry, Dem., has been chosen to Congress in place of Pennington, late Speaker of the House. Trenton, Nov. 7.--P. M.--New Jersey has gone for the Union ticket. Later. Trenton, Nov. 7, 10 P. M.--The Union ticket is 3,000 or 4,000 ahead, but Douglas, running
Northern Congress. Washington, July 9 --The Speaker of the House of Representatives has appointed the committees. The chairman of the Committee on Elections is Mr. Davis; on Claims, Mr. Fenton; on Commerce, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois; on Public Lands, Mr. Potter; on Postal Affairs, Mr. Morrill, of Maryland; on the District of Columbia, Mr. Conkling; on the Judiciary, Mr. Hickman; on Revolutionary Claims, Mr. Duet; on Public Expenditures, Mr. Covode; on the Militia, Mr. Var Valkenburg; and on the Navy, Mr. Sedgwick The Committee on Ways and Means are Messrs. Stephens, Morrill of Vermont, Phelps, Spalding, Appleton, Corning, Horton, McClelland and Stratton. The Committee on Foreign Affairs are Messrs. Crittenden, Gooch, Cox, White of Indiana, McKnight, Burnham, Thomas of Maryland, Pomeroy and Fisher. The Chairman of the Committee on Pensions is Mr. Van Wyck, and on Roads and Canals is Mr. Mallory.
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