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The Daily Dispatch: may 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 13 1 Browse Search
Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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regarded Pickens, I should have notice of any design to after the existing status there. Mr. Justice Nelson was present at these conversations, three in number, and I submitted to him each of my written communications to Judge Crawford, and informed Judge C. that they had his (Judge Nelson's) sanction. I gave you, on the 22d of March, a substantial copy of the statement I had made on the 15th. . My connection with the Commissioners and yourself was superinduced by a conversation with Justice Nelson.--He informed me of your strong dispositions in favor of peace, and that you were oppressed nd without the knowledge of either of the Commissioners. Your depression was obvious to both Judge Nelson and myself. I was gratified at the character of the counsels you were desirous of pursuing, considered as the best authority, and they were to confide in the ability of myself, aided by Judge Nelson, to determine upon the credibility of my informant. I think no candid man who will read
ingsley, J. G. Huckabee, J. T. Barron, A. B. Goodhue, S. H. Fowlkes, W. P. Chilton, D. G. Sherman, L. C. Tutt, John Moore. Bible Board, located in Nashville, Tenn.--Vice Presidents: J. W. M. Williams, Md.; Iveson C. Brookes, S. C.; B. Manly, Ala.; D. Hickman, Mo.; W. H. Bayliss, Texas; Nat. G. Smith, Ark.; C. D. Mallory, Ga.; Mat. Hillsman, Tenn.; B. Egan, La.; W. B. Caldwell, Ky.; T. D. Coleman, Va.; L. H. Milliken, Miss.; J. L. Pritchard, N. C.; L. W. Allen, Corresponding Secretary; A. Nelson, Recording Secretary; C. A. Fuller, Treasurer. Board of Managers: W. L. Murfree, J. D. Winston, S. M. Scott, C. K. Winston, W. B. Bang, W. P. Jones, A. C. Beech, A. L. Maxwell, L. B. Woolfolk, G. H. Slaughter, B. M. Tilman, R. Ford, J. T. Forbes; D. DuPree, G. W. Griffin. Rev. J. H. Campbell, of Ga., offered a resolution declaring it inexpedient for this body to attempt public collections for any of the objects embraced in its Constitution during its present session. After some disc
our authorities here seized, a few days ago, and thought proper and prudent to detain for a little while, at least, but I reckon the Commodore's absence will be overlooked, when it is remembered that piscivorous animals sometimes have the gout But, if the Commodore should continue much longer to be as successful in capturing fishing smacks and oyster "pungies" as heretofore, it is to be feared he will acquire for himself a fame that Old Abe and his minions may fancy that the English Admiral Nelson, himself, would have envied. Every train brings in additional troops.--Troops from Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, and different parts of our own State, are continually pouring in and taking up their quarters in and about our city. It is currently rumored that a company or two of Indians is expected here soon to assist us in beating back the invading foe. Siro. Norfolk, May 14, 1861. The news for the past few days in our city has b