s from J. and G. Smith.
September 23, the record acknowledges the receipt of letters from Redpath and G. Smith; on the 30th the writer finishes reading G. Smith's speech, and states that efforts were made to raise a fund to send cannon and arms to Lane, but adds that they proved a failure.
On the 1st of October the journalist visits Nebraska City with Mr. Jones and Carpenter.
October 3d proves a lucky date to the writer, who records the receipt then of seventy-two dollars from friend Sanborn.
The succeeding day (Sunday) our journalist improves his leisure by perusing speech of Judge Curtis, delivered before the students of Union College, New Jersey, and of Dartmouth College, and at the Normal School Convention, Westfield, Mass., and at Brown University, R. I. ; the entry of the same date continues, Read of the awful disaster to the Central America, formerly the George Law; read answer of the Connecticut men to Buchanan, and had to shed a few tears over it.
On Nov. 4, the jo