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The Daily Dispatch: February 27, 1865., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ned to his cell all the time, and does not look so well as when confined in the Toronto jail. By order of Lincoln, Captain J. Y. Beall was to be executed on Friday, and there was very little, if any, chance of a further reprieve. John. S. Meade, a son of Major General Meade, died in Philadelphia on the 22d instant. A Lower Canada journal says: Le Courier de St. Hyacinthe states that the number of Canadians who have enlisted since the beginning of the war is placed at 43,000. " Of Major General Meade, died in Philadelphia on the 22d instant. A Lower Canada journal says: Le Courier de St. Hyacinthe states that the number of Canadians who have enlisted since the beginning of the war is placed at 43,000. " Of this number, 35,000 were French Canadians, no less than 14,000 of whom have died on the battle-field. The constitutional amendment abolishing and prohibiting slavery throughout the United States was, on Tuesday, adopted by the Legislature of Wisconsin. Seventeen States have now ratified it. The steamer River Queen (formerly General Grant's headquarters boat) has been detailed for the use of Lincoln and the members of his Cabinet. The River Queen has been assigned a berth at the Seven