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The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], From Havana — arrival and reception of Gen. Prim and Suite. (search)
, on the top of one of which a band was most diligently employed in making a very disagreeable noise. Inscriptions, congratulatory, adulatory, and prophetic, abountied on all sides, and the street was densely crowded with promenaders of both sexes, the women all in their best, and the men very orderly and well be haved. All seemed to be enjoying themselves immensoly, and perhaps they were, for the majority were undoubtedly countrymen and admirers of him who was thus honored. The calle de la Muralla is a Spanish quarter, and is always conspicuous on occasions when purely Spanish feeling is evoked. This afternoon Consul Shufeldt sent a note to the Captain General, complaining of the rebel flags, protesting against their being permitted to be displayed in the manner described, and requesting their removal — The Captain General, with his usual amiability, complied with the Consul's request, and the obnoxious insignia were taken down by the police. Nothing has been said publi