Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Donohue or search for Donohue in all documents.

Your search returned 3 results in 1 document section:

s tricks of exceptions to lawful testimony and legal ruling: nor from "last ditch" motions for new trials? The justice of court-martials is as direct as speedy. Donohue never dreamed of being subjected to it. The suddenness and inexorableness of its action bewildered and crushed him. In two days after his arrest he broke down froct in the State of New York. The arm of the Government is long — its eye is sleepless. Any man who attempts to carry out the frauds on the soldiers' vote, which Donohue was a hired tool to initiate, will surely be picked up and passed instantly through a court-martial. If innocent, he will be discharged. If guilty, he will go st where a witness may be injured by them or the Order. The statement that Lincoln has approved the sentence of imprisonment for life in the cases of Ferry and Donohue, convicted of having forged the signature purporting to be that of a military officer to the affidavits accompanying pretended votes of New York soldiers, is prem