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The Daily Dispatch: March 8, 1861., [Electronic resource], Reception of Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural. (search)
n of Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural as far as heard from: Goldsborough, N. C., March 5.--The Inaugural is received in this place, and throughout this section, with perfect indignation. Raleigh, N. C., March 5.--The Inaugurals favorably received by the Unionists. They think it doll of it. The disunionists are dissatisfied with it. Nashville, Tenn., March 5.--The opinions in relation to the Inaugural, at Nashville,n, and the people are awaiting the document in full. Knoxville, Tenn., March 5.--President Lincoln's Inaugural is universally condemned, , will induce Tennessee to fight him to the bitter end. Louisville, March 5.--The Union men are rather favorably impressed by the languagorably, and generally considered a silly production. Cleveland, Ohio, March 5.--The Republican press are highly pleased with the Inaugurt certain to cause the secession of the Border States. New Orleans, March 5.--Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural was received here yesterday, in th
A Family wedding. --A somewhat novel wedding occurred at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, N. Y., on Tuesday evening, March 5th. Ten married sisters appeared with their ten husbands, and a small army of children, to celebrate the marriage of the eleventh sister.
Ovation to Gen. Twiggs. New Orleans, March 5. --The reception of Gen. Twiggs was most enthusiastic — a universal demonstration by the citizens and military and members of the Convention, who united in a procession. In reply to the welcome, Gen. Twiggs said he hoped Providence would grant him sufficient strength to take part in the momentous struggle which threatens the country.