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be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister to Austria. Carl Schurz, Minister, to Brazil. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, Minister to Austria.--Washington States.
The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Col. Ben. McCullough En route for Richmond (search)
Col. Ben. McCullough En route for Richmond --Col. Ben. McCullough passed through Mobile, on Saturday, en route to Richmond, to purchase arms for Texas. He will stop at Montgomery, with the view of inducing President Davis to order a regiment of mounted riflemen for the protection of the frontiers of Texas.
The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Standing armies and navies of the world (search)
Henrico light Dragoons. Meet for important business, at the Court-House, in citizen's dress, with side-arms, at 2 o'clock P.M., on Tuesday, the 26th of March. By order of Col. Davis. Jas. R. Belcher, Ord'ly Sergt. mh 20--6t
Headq'rs 33d Reg't Va. Militia, March 14th, 1861. Order No. 10. A Board of Officers, composed of the field and Commanding Officers of companies of the 33d Regiment, will convene at the Office of Col. J. P. Harrison, on Tuesday, the 26th of March, at 10 o'clock A. M. In this order, Commandants of Cavalry companies are included. By order of Col. Davis. W. H. Pryor, Adj't. mh 20--st
ee of 15 was ordered, to which the memorials before the Conference should be referred, that a plan might be reported to secure, if possible, harmony, this committee to be selected by Messrs. S. S. Roszel, E. P. Phelps, and W. T. D. Clemm. J. N. Davis said — The strength of a cause lies in its justice. I represent my constituents of Patuxent Circuit. The New Chapter has been differently interpreted. Some call it an advance, some a retreat in doctrine on slavery. A third class interpret ounter as a falsehood. The order of the day was laid over until tomorrow. Mr. Phelps, from the committee to report a committee of fifteen, to whom the memorials on division should be referred, reported as follows: A. Griffith, N. Wilson, N. Y. B. Morgan, S. S. Roszell, John Lanahan, G. W. Israel, Wm. Hirst, F. M. Ritchie, J. N. Davis, Ezra Busey, A. Burhman, John Longstreet, Jos. R. Wheeler, P. B. Smith, R. R. S. Hough. The report was adopted, and the Conference adjourned.