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The Daily Dispatch: October 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], The tools of the Administration is Kentucky. (search)
ther, and looks not beyond the perquisites of his late employment, which have been considerable, and the commission he has just received as a further reward for his services to the enemies of his section, his State, and his people. Brigadier General Rousseau. Brig. Gen. Lovell H. Rousseau was born in Kentucky, but educated in Indiana, where he read law and has lived until recently.--There he imbibed these anti-slavery sentiments which control his conduct. As a military man, his experieBrig. Gen. Lovell H. Rousseau was born in Kentucky, but educated in Indiana, where he read law and has lived until recently.--There he imbibed these anti-slavery sentiments which control his conduct. As a military man, his experience is limited by his service in the Mexican war as captain, and in that his only achievement was his disgraceful flight from the field at Buena Vista. Leslie Cokes. Leslie Coombs is old, feeble, garrulous, vain, proud of being the dope of others, and to get his name into the newspapers willing to expose himself, in all his deformity of intellect, to the pitying gaze of the world. Nathaniel Wolf. Nat Wolf is able, plausible, persevering, originating nothing himself; but working
The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ranaway.--ten dollars reward, and all expenses paid. (search)
ve that Kentucky is safe. I am, sir, most respectfully, your obedient servant and friend, James Speed. J. H. Ward, Esq., Bowling Green, Ky. No. 5.Lovell H. Rousseau to-- Louisville, (Ky.,) June 7th, 1861. My Dear Sir: --I agree with you that nothing should be done until after the 20th instant. Unless forced to uns for you, and will inform you at once. I shall be absent from Louisville for five or six days. Let me hear from you. I am, in haste, very truly, &c., Lovell H. Rousseau. No. 6.Hon. H. Grider to J. H. Ward. Washington, July 25th, 1861. J. H. Ward, Esq. --Dy Dear Sir: We have concluded, and at the request of theok possession of this place, and more than one month before Gen. Polk's movement on Columbus. The intention to deceive and betray the people is confessed by General Rousseau in his desire that nothing should be done until after the election on the 20th of June--he was afraid if they did anything the people would find it out, and
om Crittenden's division. First Brigade--Gen Boyle; Nineteenth Ohio, Col. Beatty; Fifty ninth Ohio, Col. Plyff; Thirteenth Kentucky, Col. Robson; Ninth Kentucky, Col. Grider. Second Brigade.--Col. Wm. S. Smith, Thirteenth Ohio, commanding; Thirteenth Ohio, Lieut. Col. Hawkins; Twenty-six Kentucky, Lieut. Col. Maxwell; Eleventh Kentucky, Col. P. P. Hawkins, with Mendenhall's regular and Barlett's Ohio batteries. Brigadier General M'Cook's division. First Brigade--Brig. Gen. Lovell H. Rousseau; First Ohio, Col. Ed A. Parrott; Sixth Indiana, Col. Crittenden; Third Kentucky, (Louisville Legion;) battalions fifteenth, sixteenth and Nineteenth regulars. Second Brigade.--Brig.Gen. Johnston; Thirty-secondnoians, Col. Willich; Thirty-ninth Indiana, Col. Harrison; Forty-ninth Ohio, Col. Gabson. Third Brigade.--Colonel KtK, Thirty-fourth Illinois, commanding; Thirty-fourth Illinois, Lieutenant-Colonel Badswer,h; Twenty-ninth Indiana; Lieutenant-Colonel Br.. Thirtieth
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