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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal reports from Southeastern Kentucky. (search)
builds city railroads in England, corresponds with the New York Times, and makes dinner speeches upon matters and things in general, especially city railroads. Of late, however, he seems to leave gotten somewhat off the track, and runs " the machine" plump into Buckingham Palace, making a general smash as he goes. He gave the first symptoms of running off at a dinner lately given by the great iron and chain manufacturer, Mr. Wood, of Birkenhead, at the Westminster Palace Hotel, present, Mr. Morte, American Consul at Liverpool, Mr. Bell, builder of the Warrior; Mr. Gladstone, and a gentleman of Georgia, who had left his country on account of his Union sentiments, and who seems to be so much ashamed of his position that he does not allow his name to be published. He announced in the beginning that the train was off the track, having left the railroad for the purpose of making an excursion through England and America generally, and not exactly foreseeing where it would pull up.--We a