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The Daily Dispatch: April 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
Colonel Charles E. Hooker, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.2, Mississippi (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 31, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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3d Maryland; Thos. Eckles, company H, 66th Ohio; James E. Burns, company I, 14th Indiana C. Caffrey, company C, 1st Vermont, J. H. Abell, company B. 1st Vermont; John Brown, company B, 1st Vermont; C. Van Weber, company K, 39th Illinois; James Moore, company G, 1st Vermont; Carles Schultz, company F, 54th New York; Ed. Haman, sergeant company I, 58th New York; J. Leather, company K, 40th Pennsylvania; W. E. Johnson, company E, 5th Connecticut; A. Johnson, company E, 5th Connecticut E B. Sparks, company K, 39th Illinois W. A. Chapman, company H, 3d Wisconsin. The following are the names of the citizen prisoners, and the counties from which they hail, viz; J. Light, M. Beane, and Richard Buckley, Frederick; S. M. Morrie, H. Powell, S. Collier, Greene; W. Breeden. E. F. and Beverly Brennan, Rockingham; L. Garing Page; A Heflin, Fredericksburg; James N. Wicolf, Chas. B. Guy, Wm. H. Van. Wort, Orange; Samuel King, Thos. L. Morrison, John Chattan, and Moses Morrison, Spotsylvania.
ecretary of State. Mr. Sumner, of Mass., was opposed to taking up the resolution as inexpedient at this time. Mr. Powell did not see why the Senator should make any opposition. It was simply asking how many citizens of a free State had beeole question would be gone into. If the Secretary was a tyrant and a usurper, were not the men arrested traitors? Mr. Powell (in his seat)--Who are they? Name them! name them! Mr. Sumner continued, urging that it was not best to go into the inquiry at present. Mr. Powell said that some of the men who were arrested were as loyal as the gentleman from Massachusetts. He defied the Senator to point out any law by which the Secretary of State could carry off citizens of Kentucky an Ten Eyck, Trumbull, Wade, Wilkinson, Wilson of Massachusetts, and Wright--32. Nays--Messrs. Bayard, Carlile, Davis, Powell, Saulsbury, Starke, and Thompson--7. On motion of Mr. Latham, of California, the bill to establish a steamship line