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The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 30 0 Browse Search
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sident will decline to interfere in the matter, at least so far as Schofield's removal is concerned, though he assures the committee the evil complained of shall be remedied, &c. The New York Times Washington correspondent thinks that "Hon. Jno. M. Botts has been taken to Richmond, where he will doubtless be imprisoned and held for Shackleford, Bradford, Freeman, and other Secessionists of Culpeper county, now in the Old Capitol. Mr. Botts was a paroled prisoner to the Confederates." Mr. Botts was a paroled prisoner to the Confederates." The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger learns from high authority that the petition of the French residents of New Orleans of the Emperor, praying that a suitable fleet may be sent for their protection in the event of any sudden trouble, has been promptly and favorably responded to, and that some half-dozen vessels-of-war will soon be within easy call of the French Consul in that city. Lieut. Disoway, Provost Marshal of Williamsburg, Va., was shot and killed recently by a