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The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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t. Louis, who are a great power in the State, held a meeting on the 10th inst., as the call specified, to consider the propriety of recommending the removal of Gen. Halleck from the post of Commander-in-Chief of the Army, and a reconstruction of the Federal Cabinet, and the appointment to active duty in the field "of those General, addressed a note to the leaders before the meeting was held informing them that they must discard from their proceedings so much as related to the removal of Gen. Halleck and that while it was not the intention of the military authorities to interfere with the peaceful assemblages of citizens for deliberation on national affairs in the army, to be frightened by the threats of a Brigadier.--They held their meeting and passed their resolutions for a change in the Cabinet and the removal of Halleck. They added another not originally contemplated, viz: Solemnly protesting against the abridgment of the liberty of speech guaranteed by the Constitution, by mili
ernment. Memphis dates of the 15th state that Adjutant General Thomas had formed ten full regiments of "contrabands," and expects many more. Burnside's letter to the Circuit Court of Ohio, relative to Vallandigham, says: "If I were to find a man from the enemy distributing the speeches of their public men, tending to destroy the confidence of the army, I would have him tried and hung. Why should the speeches of those, in our midst be allowed?--He should be treated likewise. Every power I possess on earth from the Giver above will be exerted, at all times, occasions, or places, while I am in command, to sustain the character of the Government." A dispatch, dated Washington, 16th inst., says there is a serious disagreement between Gens Halleck and Hooker. The former countermanded Hooker's order for new movements. There are no indications of an immediate movement. The District Marshal is seizing the real and personal estate of prominent rebels and rebel sympathizers.