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The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1860., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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on. Resolved, That the determination of our Collector and Deputy Collector to pursue a similar course meets with the hearty approval of this meeting. The Southern Press contains appeals on both sides of the disunion question. The Southern Confederacy, of Atlanta, Ga., says: We ask the people of Georgia to be not ensnared or entrapped by the disunion party. --Listen not to the mad rantings of Toombs, or the deceitful sophistries of Cobb. But let the councils of Stephens, of Johnson, of Lumpkin, of Jenkins, and of Warner, be heard. If Georgia, in her sovereign capacity, declares for secession upon the election of Lincoln, be it so; we are ready to follow her mandates, and defend her from federal coercion or abolition aggression. But we counsel the people against rashness, or a commitment to any act until the State, in her reserved sovereignty, shall decide upon the momentous question.--Let National men stand firm, and at the proper time we shall be ready to stand sho
Almaden Quicksilver Mine case is still pending in the United States Circuit Court. The argument was opened for the claimants by T. C. Peachy, whose speech occupied a week's time. He was followed by Edmund Randolph for the Government, who spoke during the entire session of another week. Hon. J. P. Benjamin, for the claimants, had been speaking continuously for the past three days previous to the leaving of the Express and had just closed, and Mr. Randolph was commencing his reply. Hon. Reverend Johnson would speak the following week for the claimants, after which Mr. Randolph would make the closing argument for the government. As an intellectual struggle, this case seldom had an equal. The directors of the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad had let out the contract for completing the work within three years for two millions dollars. The distance is about forty- five miles. The 29th of November has been appointed by the Governor of California as a day of general thanksgi
Passengers per Steamship York town, Parish,Master, from New York: E. J. Marsh. J. L Johnson, J. M. Kilbee. M. O. Calligan, Capt. Hoeckel. W. Hicks. S. Verty, W. White, J. M. Whitehurst, N. D. Hazard, James Speed. G. Higgins, C. H. Cannister, Capt. John Daniels, Capt. Daniels, J. P. Andrews. Wm Heford, Jno. Harrington, James Clifton, Miss M. M. D. Draper, Miss M. Moors, Mrs. Starrett, Miss Mary Clarke, M. Wycott, Jno. Winand, F. F. Mead. M. Levis. Mrs. Fraetas and child. P. N. Drake, Capt. B. Jones, Mrs. King. Wm. Robertson, Miss E. G. King, Miss King, Miss McKee, F. Willard, H. W. L. Temple, Mr. Burgess, Capt. A. B. Palmer. E. F. Fuller. E. A. Mason. G. Heineken, Mrs. Frank Cooper, Mrs. Chapeau and servant, O. A. Ashton, Col. Brown, U. S. A. Major Anderson, U. S. A., 50 men, Company D, U. S. Artillery, and laundress, for Fayetteville, N. C., and 34 steerage passengers. Also From Norfolk. -- G. W. Davidson, K. Crenshaw. M. Devoto, Jos. Longinetti, G. B. Cook, Mrs. Montgome