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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1863., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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ervices. The present captain is a coward, though a white man. Dismiss him, therefore, and give the steamer to this brave, blank Saxon. Respectfully, your obedient servant, J. J. Elwall, Chief Quartermaster's Department South. The above order was immediately approved by Gen. Gillmore. Miscellaneous. Hon. Ben Wood's organize the New York News announces that gentleman will not, while be holds a seat in Congress, votes one dollar or one man to carry on the present war. Elizabeth Butler, a negro woman, carried away from Alabama by the Yankees, has been tried in St. Louis for vagrancy and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary. The Court took the ground that Lincoln's proclamation had made her amenable to the penalties inflicted on the whites. Lo, the poor negro! Greeley, in a speech at Gosper Institute last week, said that be was not sure that another President would be elected. Two U. S. captains were arrested in Washington last week as deserters.
The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1863., [Electronic resource], No Conference to be with Beast Butler on the Exchange question. (search)
would be conducted according to the terms of the We now learn that such is not the fact. Beast Butler, as far as we can learn, on his own authority, sent 500 prisoners to Alkin's Landing to be exchanformed Commissioner Hitchcock that the Confederate authorities could hold no communication with Butler, and that no other informal exchange would be allowed. At the same time he said that if the eneanner specified by the cared. Commissioner Onid was perfectly right in doing what he did. Beast Butler is an outlaw, and liable to be hung by the first Confederate officer that may lay hands on him. the Yankees must not be allowed to get rid of the cartel by such an evasion at that attempted by Butler. The Yankee Secretary of War makes the following statement with regard to the prisoners capct but to obtain an advantage at our expense. Above all, we wish to have no correspondence with Butler, that wretch who is an object of abhorrence to both hemispheres, and whose name is never mention