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Later from Europe.Arrival of the Canada. New York, Nov. 13. --The steamship Canada, from Liverpool on the 3d, has arrived. The Daily News publishes the text of Lord John Russell's dispatch to the British Minister at Turin. It says, the great questions which appear to the British Government to be at issue there are, were the people of Italy justified in asking assistance from the King of Sardinia to relieve there from a government with which they were discontented? was the King right in furnishing them assistance — Ford Russell says his government don't feel justified in declaring for the people of Southern Italy, nor are there good reasons for throwing off their allegiance. Capes was attacked on the 1st, and capitulated the following day. Naples was illuminated and there were great rejoicing. Victor Emanuel had crossed the Gagliano. Commercial. Liverpool.Saturday.--The Cotton market is active and buoyant, with a large speculative inquiry, closing ¼ @
The Daily Dispatch: November 14, 1860., [Electronic resource], Southern Medical students in New York. (search)
Reported Seizure of Fort Moultrie. New York, Nov. 13 --A special dispatch from Charleston to the Philadelphia Inquirer to the effect that the Charleston Light Infantry had taken possession of Fort Moultrie, had a perceptible effect at the Evening Stock Board here, as well as in Philadelphia. It was ascertained, however, that the report was probably based on the fact that the Light Infantry had been detailed to guard the Federal Armory at Charleston, in the absence of U. S. troops.
Hon. Mr. Keitt on secession. Columbia, S. C., Nov. 13. --Hon. Mr. Keitt was serenaded last night at midnight. He made an exciting speech, and urged prompt action. He said President Buchanan was pledged to secession and would be held to it.-- S. Carolina should scatter the accursed Union. If it could not be otherwise accomplished, she should throw her arms around the pillars of the Constitution and involve all the States in the common ruin.
A Declaration of Independence. Washington, Nov. 13. --The Constitution publishes one of the forms of a declaration of independence to be submitted to the South Carolina Legislature. It embodies a portion of the National Declaration of Independence, with the list of grievances altered to suit the condition of affairs. It was yesterday laid before the President.
The election in Missouri.St. Louis,Nov. 13. St. Louis, Nov. 13. --The result in Missouri is still doubtful, and will not be known positively for several days. In fifty-four counties Bell has nearly 35,000, and Douglas Learly 30,000. The election in Missouri.St. Louis,Nov. 13. St. Louis, Nov. 13. --The result in Missouri is still doubtful, and will not be known positively for several days. In fifty-four counties Bell has nearly 35,000, and Douglas Learly 30,000.
Adjournment of the South Carolina Legislature.Columbia, S. U, Nov. 13. Columbia, S. U, Nov. 13. --The South Carolina Legislature adjourned this morning.--Nothing of interest transpired during its last sitting. The members are en route home. Adjournment of the South Carolina Legislature.Columbia, S. U, Nov. 13. Columbia, S. U, Nov. 13. --The South Carolina Legislature adjourned this morning.--Nothing of interest transpired during its last sitting. The members are en route home.
Proclamation from the Governor of Mississippi. Jackson, Miss., Nov. 13. --Gov. Pettus has issued a proclamation convening the Legislature on the 26th.
Discount on Georgia and South Carolina money. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 13. --Georgia and South Carolina bank notes will not pass here for less than 5 per cent, discount.
Suspected slaver. New York Nov. 13 --The schr. W. L. Cogwell has been seized here on suspicion of being a slaver.
Fight with Indians --United States Officer Killed.--The New Mexican mail, with dates to the 28th ult., has arrived. Capt. Geo. McLane, of the mounted rifles, was killed by the Navajo Indians on the 13th of October. He was out on a scout with his company, and when within about twenty-five miles of Fort Defiance, a party of Indians were overtaken. In the charge upon them, Capt. McLane killed four Indians with his pistols. When the charge was made and the word to rally given, the Captain became separated from his men and was seen to fall from his horse. His foot became entangled in his stirrup, and his horse being frightened, ran off, dragging him a considerable distance before he was stopped.--When his men came up, they found that he was dead. He had three shots in him, which must have produced instant death. Capt. McLane was a son of Senator McLane, of Delaware. He leaves a widow and three children, who are at Albuquerque. The Indians, after the death of Capt. McLane, ma
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