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The Daily Dispatch: may 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. (search)
. A Kansas Jayhawker and the Germans of St. Louis. A notorious Jayhawker, known as Colonel Jennison, of Kansas, who holds a commission in the Federal army, was lately under arrest for disobedzens assembled on Saturday evening to the number of 2,000 or 3,000, at Barnum's, to serenade Col. Jennison, of Kansas. They were accompanied by Kent's band, which played appropriate airs. Enthusiastic cheering greeted the appearance of Col. Jennison, who was introduced by Chas. P. Johnson, Esq., a member of the Committee of Arrangements. Col. Jennison, in response to the greeting, returneCol. Jennison, in response to the greeting, returned his thanks to the freedom-loving citizens of St. Louis, more especially the Germans, for the honor they had paid him, which, he was aware, was not to him personally, but to the principles he repres with the Germans, he would always be found a lover of liberty, that all men might recognize in Jennison the Jayhawker, while a faithful soldier of the Union, and undoubted, undisguised, fighting Abol