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The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], "Sawery" Bennett's opinion of old Abe. (search)
eth City county and the lower part of Warwick, now in the hands of the enemy. A communication was received from the Governor, relative to the burial of the Hon. John Tyler, at Hollywood. He recommended the appropriation of three thousand dollars towards purchasing ground at Hollywood, for the interment of eminent deceased Virson, Rowan, Rutherfoord, P. C. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Shannon, Sheffey, Sherrard, Spady, Small, Staples, Steger, Tate, Taylor, Thomas, Thrash, Tomlin, Treadway, Tyler, Vermillien, Ward, West, J. L. Wilson, Samuel Wilson, Woodhouse, Woodson, Woolfolk, Wooten, Worsham, Wright, Wynett-- Total 105. For Mr. Preston--Messrs. Bak Nelson, Newton, Prince, Reid, Riddick, Rives, Robertson, Rowan, P. C. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Sheffey, Spady, Staples, Steger, Taylor, Thrash, Tomlin, Treadway, Tyler, Samuel Wilson, Woodhouse, Woodson, Woolfolk, Wright, and Mr. Speaker.--Total 67. For Mr. Russell--Messrs. J. T. Anderson, Bass, Blue, Booten, Bradford, Carpe
Honor to the memory of President Tyler. At a meeting of the Maryland Society, held at their rooms, No. 15, Pearl street, on Tuesday more Congress in paying the last sad tribute to the remains, of the Hon. John Tyler, and to pass resolutions commemorative of the public serviceit had accomplished its grand mission, the souled of his servant, John Tyler; and whereas if it is our duty on this, and all occasions to bow is demise:--Be it therefore, Resolved, That, in the death of John Tyler our whole Confederacy has sustained a loss of the greatest magnit often rung with its accents, cannot "provoke the silent dust" of John Tyler.--Full of years, full of honors, life's pleasures of a legitimateves appreciated, and the voice of detraction and calumny hushed. John Tyler was an exception to this rule. He had not to await the tardy verlage. I will not dwell on this. It was my privilege to know Mr. Tyler in private life. I have sat at his board, and slept beneath the