Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Guthrie or search for Guthrie in all documents.

Your search returned 4 results in 2 document sections:

From of the Peace Conference Committee. On Friday last, the Committee on a Plan of settlement presented to the Peace Conference for Guthrie's proposition, with amendments. The reception of the report caused much dissolution among the advocates of the different modes of adjustment. The following is the objesuch fugitive. It will be seen, upon comparison, that the proposition as adopted by the committee, is restly different from the one originally submitted by Mr. Guthrie. The committee stood twelve to nine, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut and New York and Virginia, represented by Mr. Seddan voting agaiessee stand by the report of the committee. The Washington States, of Saturday, says: Mr. Seddon, the Virginia member of the committee, voted against Mr. Guthrie's plan every time. He will present a report, which, it is said, will be signed by Ex-President Tyler and Judge Brockenbrough. Mr. Rives holds separate views.
From Washington.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] WashingtonFeb. 15, 1861. Signs are not so promising this morning.--The Peace Congress is further off from a settlement than was supposed. A number of States have refused to accept Guthrie's proposition; Virginia is said to be one of them.--The Republicans insist upon waiting until the Commissioners from Michigan arrive. All the Northern men in the Peace Congress are anxious not for an adjustment but for delay. They want their expenses paid by their States until the 4th of March, so that they may be on the ground, ready to make a rush for the .. Lincoln continues his idiotic exhibitions.--At Steubenville "he feared that the great confidence expected in his ability was unfounded." Strange apprehension! He thought the majority ought to rule, and the majority was to be the judge of the majority. Very well: the popular majority against old Abe was above a million. I was told last evening by a Federal judge, i