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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], What does it Mean? (search)
What does it Mean? --We find the following in the Little Rock State Journal, of the 26th: Conspiracy.--We hear of a secret organization which has been formed in Searcy and Van Buren counties, of this State, and the ramifications of which may extend to other counties. The names of many individual participants are known, and, thanks to Col. Jerome R. Lewis, of Van Buren county, who has acted in a prompt and decided manner, quite a number of the conspirators have been apprehended and are now confined. They will be sent to this city for investigation.--The constitution of the society is known, as well as all their secret signs of recognition. At another time the public shall have the benefit of the whole.
The Daily Dispatch: January 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], [Correspondence of the
Richmond Dispatch.] organization of a military company.(search)
The Arkansas conspirators. --The Little Rock State Gazette, of the 28th ult., says: Another instalment of the Jayhawking conspirators of Van Buren county was received here yesterday. Among the party are some of the most noted ringleaders of the conspiracy. The band is now entirely broken up — there remaining but one or two not yet arrested, who have fled to their abolition friends in the North.