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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 18 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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king him responsible for our defeats and declaring that the country was tired of the present conduct of the was, a resolution was offered by Senator Grimes, of Iowa, declaring a want of confidence in Secretary Seward, and requesting the President to remove him. This was passed by a vote of thirteen year to eleven days. A long discussion was entered into, Senator Sumner making a lengthy speech, at tacking the foreign diplomacy of Secretary Seward Others were made by Senators Sherman, Trumbull, Wade, &c., It was charged that Seward's policy was a Fablan one--that of delay; that he had encouraged McClellan in his delays; that his idea of surrounding the rebels was delusion; that he was responsible for sending the Banks expedition away to the Cult instead of the James river. They then adjourned over to Wednesday, when, after the adjournment of the Senate, they resumed their consultations. Senator Harris amended the resolution, to read: "That, in the judgment of the Senate, a reconstr
Arrival of State prisoners --Yesterday morning at 2 o'clock the Danville train brought down one hundred and eighteen prisoners, captured by Gen. Floyd's command, in a recent raid through several counties in Western Virginia and Kentucky.--Among them were four commissioned officers: Capt. Gramm, a Pennsylvanian; and Lieut. Wade, a citizen of Putnam county, Va., both of the U. S. Regulars; and Captain Dameron and Lieut. Dameron, citizens of Wayne county, Va., and belonging to a band of organized bushwhackers. The majority of the prisoners are from Logan, Wayne, Putnam, and Kanawha Va., and the rest from the counties of Pike, Johnston and Lawrence. The greater number are soldiers, belonging to the 29th Kentucky and the 5th Virginia Union regiments.--Five among them are deserters from the Confederate service. They were under the charge of Capt. Oliver, of Floyd's command, and 43 men. On their arrival they were met by a detachment of the Public Guard, and marched to the Virginia a
premises of Mrs. E. Sadler, sent to Capt. Alexander to be handed over to the naval authorities at Drowry's Stuff, where he belonged. Washington Jenkins, drunk in the Old Market, and resisting the police in the discharge of their duty. Surety in $300 required and given. The following parties from "Solitude" a place of evil name, on Cary, between 7th and 8th streets, were arraigned for "plying their avocation" contrary to law and decency; Lucy Conway, Kate Robinson, Corn Williams, Jenny Wade, Margaret Hamilton, Ellen Hall, famma H. Howard, and Emeline Jones. Hamilton, the proprietress of the establishment, was required to give surety to be of good behavior, and $300 to appear before the Grand Jury. Each of the girls were required to find $300 surety to be of good behavior. John Martin, Henry Krebs, Humphrey Haley, Jerome Diggs, Daniel Summers, and John Slate, parties found in the houses inhabited by the above named females, at the time of the descent — this mornin