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lessness, of which many papers say so much, were true, and that I should be necessitated to see at least a half-dozen grey-haired rebels butchered by the young loyalists of this part of the State. In fact, I thought at least, in order to preserve my own life, to wear my brass buttons and shoulder-straps. When I arrived at Knoxville I expected to have been met by a parcel of loyal ruffians, and to have been compelled to show my passport, countersigned by Governor Brownlow and approved by Andy Johnson. In this expectation I was disappointed. The truth is, I was rather chagrined at the careless treatment shown me. I did not see loaded pistols, nor did I hear of a dozen or two murders, as I did when I arrived at Nashville. Nobody attempted to steal my pocket-book, nobody asked me to have a hack; in truth, I was left "alone in my glory" to find my way to the best hotel in the city, if possible. I am now convinced that there is more of peace and quietude here than there is in Kentucky,
The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1865., [Electronic resource], The small-pox among the negroes in Washington city. (search)
The small-pox among the negroes in Washington city. --Sergeant Johnson reports that the small-pox is spreading very rapidly among the colored people near the northern boundary, and that their conduct is calculated to spread it through the city. Colored men and women who are literally covered with pustules are seen walking about the streets and mingling with others. This morning he had to prevent two from getting in the cars who were in that condition.--Star.
Arrival of the steamer Java. New York, December 13. --The steamship Java, from Liverpool 2d instant, has arrived. The papers publish a dispatch from Mr. Seward, acknowledging the many addresses of condolence from Great Britain to President Johnson on the assassination of President Lincoln. The document shows a cordial appreciation of the good feeling manifested. Luby, proprietor of the Irish People, tried on the charge of treason, was found guilty and sentenced to twenty years penal servitude. In the Court of Queen's Bench, the trial of Captain Corbett on the charge of selling the Shenandoah to the Confederacy, and enlisting men for her, resulted in his acquittal. Mr. Bright made a strong reform speech recently, in which he denounced, in unmeasured terms, the massacre in Jamaica. A company has been organized in Spain to lay a telegraph cable between Cuba and the United States. Liverpool, December 2--P. M. The sales of cotton aggregate 20,000 ba