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The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Affairs at
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Affairs in Lynchburg. Lynchburg May 22 The warlike reports which have reached us during the last few days have had the effect to keep us all in a state of feverish anxiety, and to make the soldiers stationed hereabouts impatient for orders to march — so fearful are they that somebody will be hurt and they will not be there. Troops still continue to arrive. Among others which came in yesterday may be mentioned a splendid looking company from Franklin co, numbering 107 men, and commanded by Capt. Joe Hambrick. Gen. Joseph Johnston, of the Confederate Army, reached this city yesterday, and left for Richmond this morning. Another artillery corps is in progress of formation here. The Letcher Greys, Capt. Kent, from Bedford, arrived this morning. O. K.
The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], The rights and duties of Co-Partnership. (search)
The North Carolina Convention. [From the Raleigh Register, May 22d.] This body — the most important that has convened in this State since the one which set forth the famous declaration of 1775--met on Monday last, at 11 o'clock A. M., in the Commons Hall of the Capitol. Considering that the election of delegates took place so recently, there was a remarkably full attendance of members, there being present 111 out of 120 elected. The body is a remarkably fine looking and intelligent assemblage, and in it may be found a good deal of the first talent in the country. Before the hour of meeting the gallery was densely crowded by ladies and gentlemen, and every place on the floor without the bar of the House crammed with male spectators. The venerable Weldon N. Edwards who was bred at the feet of Nathaniel Macon, was chosen to preside over the deliberations of the body, and Walter L. Steele and L. C. Edwards chosen as principal and assistant Secretaries. While there was some
The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Extra session of the
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From Norfolk. Norfolk, May 22. --No one was hurt by the firing yesterday. Heaving firing was heard below, this morning, but it has now ceased. [We are informed that a later dispatch was received in this city, stating that the firing proceeded from Fortress Monroe. Butler, the Massachusetts General, arrived there, and was received with a salute.]
The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Bastards of New York. (search)
From Washington. Washington, May 22. --The President and Cabinet are united in sentiment upon the measures which the Government should adopt in case England or France shall recognize the Confederate States. War will be the in evitable consequence ! This morning's Tribune says that the rumors of an attack on Harper's Ferry, or elsewhere in Virginia, are unfounded.