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The Daily Dispatch: September 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], New York
Democratic State Convention. (search)
New York Democratic State Convention. The ticket which this body nominated last week is thus classified; For Governor, Horatio Seymour Soft Shell and Conservative, Lieutenant Governor, David R. Floyd Jones, Soft Shell, for Canal Commissioner, William J. Skinner, Soft Shell and war Democrat; for Inspector of State Prisons, Gay lord J. Clark, Hard Shell, for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Frederick A. Tallmadge, old Whig, Mozart, Conservative and anti-war. The Convention adopted the following resolutions. Resolved That the Democracy of New York, waiving the expression of their views upon questions not rendered imperative by the imperiled condition of their country, hereby declare. First--That they will continue to render the Government their sincere and united support in the use of all legitimate means to suppress the rebellion and to restore the Union as it was and maintain the Constitution as it is, believing that sacred instrument, founded in wisdom by our fathers, c
The Daily Dispatch: September 27, 1862., [Electronic resource],
's reply to the Seward Paisley Parliamentary Association. (search)
The capture of the Yankees at Munfordsville, Ky. Official confirmation of the reported surrender of some 5,000 men at Munfordsville, Ky., was yesterday, received at the office of the Adjutant General. We append a copy of the dispatch received yesterday, from Knoxville, Tenn., dated September 25th: To General S. Cooper, Adj't Gen'l C. S. A courier from Gen. Bragg's headquarters, eight miles west of Munfordsville, on the night of the 18th inst., confirms the report that Bragg captured about 5,000 men at Munfordsville on the 17th inst. Our loss about 50 killed and wounded. The same courier reports that up to the 12th inst. about 23,000 Kentuckians had joined Gen. Smith, and they were still coming. The Home Guard was delivering up their guns as rapidly as they could be received. Samuel. Jones, Major Gen'l.