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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
Jefferson Davis, The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government 2 0 Browse Search
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May 5. Clement C. Vallandigham was arrested at his residence in Dayton, Ohio, this morning, by a detachment of soldiers sent from Cincinnati by order of General Burnside.--The Third New York cavalry, on an expedition to Pettie's Mills, twenty-seven miles from Newbern, N. C., captured an entire rebel company, together with their camp, horses, and equipments, without loss to the National side.-Fort de Russey, situated on the Red River, about eight miles from its mouth, was occupied by the National forces under the command of Admiral Porter--(Doc. 187.) John J. Pettus, rebel Governor of Mississippi, issued a proclamation calling on every man in the State, capable of bearing arms, to take the field, for united effort in expelling the enemy from the soil of Mississippi.
ccessfully ran the blockade into Charleston, S. C. The British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society held its anniversary in London this day. Lord Brougham declined to preside, as such a course seemed to him to be inconsistent with British neutrality. A letter from Mr. Adams, the American Minister, was read, conveying the thanks of President Lincoln for the proceedings in January last, and resolutions were adopted expressing strong sympathy with the success of the emancipation policy.--Mr. Vallandigham, from the military prison at Cincinnati, addressed a letter to the Democracy of Ohio.--The legitimate business between the cities of Washington and Georgetown, D. C., being daily and flagrantly abused, an order was issued by the Secretary of War regulating the trade to and from those cities.--General Orders No. 141. To-day the Union forces under General Grant made a general assault on the whole line of the rebel fortifications at Vicksburgh; but, after a desperate and most obstinat
Dix and governor Seymour seizure of newspapers governor orders arrest of offenders interference with the state election vote of the soldiers state agents arrested. Provost marshals appointed in every Northern state their duties trials by military commission trials at Washington assassination of the President trial of Henry Wirz efforts to Implicate the author investigation of a Committee of Congress as to complicity in the assassination arrest, trial and banishment of Clement C. Vallandigham assertions of governor Seymour on the case. Now follows the humiliating spectacle of the subjugation of the state government of New York—the Empire State, as she calls herself —where, with all her men and treasures, it might have been supposed that some stanch defenders of constitutional liberty would have sprung up. On the contrary, under the pretext of preserving the Union, her deluded children aided to destroy the Constitution on which the Union was founded, and put forth all