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The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
ouisiana on the 15th instant. The obstruction to navigation by the increase of deposit on the bar at the mouth of the Mississippi river having become serious, the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce has appointed a committee to proceed to Washington and memorialize Congress for an appropriation to improve the channel. The trade of United States shipping merchants with the Mexican port of Matamoras has been interrupted, owing to our Consul in that town being accredited to the Government of Juarez, and Maximilian's officers there refusing to recognize him. There were large stocks of American cotton at Matamoras. There is no news of importance by this arrival from Havana, and nothing from St. Domingo. The South not yet Conquered. The New York Tribune is not so sure that the "rebellion" is put down. It says: Of course, we do not rejoice as over assured and accomplished triumph. We know that there remain armies to vanquish and the efforts of desperation to baffle. It is