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George Yates (search for this): article 10
The Illinois Commissioners. Chicago, Ill., Feb. 2. --In accordance with resolutions of the Legislature passed yesterday, George Yates appointed the following Commissioners to Washington — Stephen S. Logan, Gustavus A. Koerner, Ex-Governor Wood, B. C. Cook, Thomas J. Turner.
The Illinois Commissioners. Chicago, Ill., Feb. 2. --In accordance with resolutions of the Legislature passed yesterday, George Yates appointed the following Commissioners to Washington — Stephen S. Logan, Gustavus A. Koerner, Ex-Governor Wood, B. C. Cook, Thomas J. Turner.
Mayor Wood's Message presented. --The grand jury of New York have made a presentment denouncing the late message of Mayor Wood as a document calculated and aiming to pander to the worst passions of the most dangerous classes in that city, and deserving the reprehension of all honest and law-abiding men. The message, it will be recollected, suggested that the city should secede from the State. Mayor Wood's Message presented. --The grand jury of New York have made a presentment denouncing the late message of Mayor Wood as a document calculated and aiming to pander to the worst passions of the most dangerous classes in that city, and deserving the reprehension of all honest and law-abiding men. The message, it will be recollected, suggested that the city should secede from the State.
al from Washington brings intelligence of the increase of the standing army there, under the miserable pretext that citizens of Virginia and Maryland contemplate a raid upon the Federal capital. Does not every citizen of Richmond know that, as far as he is concerned, this is not true? General Scorr himself was unable to produce the proof of the monstrous fable which we suspect Seward & Co. have concocted and instilled into his credulous ear. That high-minded gentleman and true Virginian, Gov. Wise, is uniformly referred to as the instigator and leader of this conspiracy, when the fact is that he is confined at home, himself not well, and watching the bedside of a sick member of his family. And now, upon the strength of these malignant libels, and even whilst Virginia is sending a Peace Commissioner to Washington, company after company of Federal troops is marched into the capital; Harper's Ferry is guarded by regular soldiers; Fort Washington, on the Potomac, is stealthily reinforc
Bloody Encounter in Albany, Ga. --On Saturday, the 26th ult., a shooting affray occurred at Byington's Hotel, Albany, Ga., between Thomas Johnson and Captain Wimberley, which, after a couple of exchanges of shots, resulted in the death of Mr. Johnson and the wounding of Captain Wimberley.--Johnson, on being shot, acknowledged that he was altogether in fault, and shook hands with his antagonist. Bloody Encounter in Albany, Ga. --On Saturday, the 26th ult., a shooting affray occurred at Byington's Hotel, Albany, Ga., between Thomas Johnson and Captain Wimberley, which, after a couple of exchanges of shots, resulted in the death of Mr. Johnson and the wounding of Captain Wimberley.--Johnson, on being shot, acknowledged that he was altogether in fault, and shook hands with his antagonist.
John Wilson (search for this): article 16
Testimonials to American seamen. --The English government and board of trade have recently bestowed the following rewards for saving life at sea: To Captain John Wilson, of brig Minnie Schiffer, a gold chronometer and chain; to Mr. Thomas H. Cannanton, the mate, a telescope; and to five seamen, forming the crew, ten dollars each, in approbation of their services in rescuing 500 persons from the steamer Gennaught.
David Wilmot (search for this): article 2
The Convention of States at Washington. The Convention which is to assemble at Washington to-day, to arrange some compromise which will settle our political troubles, is composed of the most distinguished men in the country. It is rare that any Convention has ever assembled embracing so much talent and so much political distinction. Their names are as follows: Pennsylvania.--Hon. James Pollock, A. W. Loomis, Thomas E. Franklin, Hon. David Wilmot, Hon. Thos. White, William McKennan, Hon. Wm. M. Meredith. New Jersey.--Charles S. Olden, Robert F. Stockton, Joseph K. Randolph, Rodman M. Price, Peter D. Vroom, Benjamin Williamson, Fred. T. Frelinghuysen, Thomas J. Stryker, William C. Alexander. North Carolina.--Thomas Ruffin, John M. Morehead, George Davis, David S. Reid, D. M. Barringer. Maryland.--Reverdy Johnson, William S. Goldsborough, Augustus W. Bradford, John W. Criesfield, J. Dixon Romaine. Kentucky.--James B. Clay, Ex-Gov. Morehead, Jas. Guthrie,
Willingham (search for this): article 1
rictures on the commandant. The soldiers get little or no news, except by private conveyance. The men are in good quarters, with rations of bacon, sea biscuit, sugar, coffee, and beans and rice. Everything else that they consume is purchased by themselves. Warrington is nearly deserted by women, and many of its houses are vacant. What is left of its population is composed chiefly of persons whose chief business seems to be to fleece the soldiers. The Haynesville (Ala.) Guards, Capt. Willingham, are ordered home by Governor Moore. It is an independent company, and has been paying its own expenses. The Governor wrote, them that there was no prospect of a fight, and that Fort Pickens would be given up. Thirty of the Lauderdale (Miss.) Rifles have left on furlough, and several members of other companies have left under similar circumstances. The report that Mississippi troops are leaving is untrue. The real cause of complaint among them is the belief (whether true or fals
Benjamin Williamson (search for this): article 2
settle our political troubles, is composed of the most distinguished men in the country. It is rare that any Convention has ever assembled embracing so much talent and so much political distinction. Their names are as follows: Pennsylvania.--Hon. James Pollock, A. W. Loomis, Thomas E. Franklin, Hon. David Wilmot, Hon. Thos. White, William McKennan, Hon. Wm. M. Meredith. New Jersey.--Charles S. Olden, Robert F. Stockton, Joseph K. Randolph, Rodman M. Price, Peter D. Vroom, Benjamin Williamson, Fred. T. Frelinghuysen, Thomas J. Stryker, William C. Alexander. North Carolina.--Thomas Ruffin, John M. Morehead, George Davis, David S. Reid, D. M. Barringer. Maryland.--Reverdy Johnson, William S. Goldsborough, Augustus W. Bradford, John W. Criesfield, J. Dixon Romaine. Kentucky.--James B. Clay, Ex-Gov. Morehead, Jas. Guthrie, Joshua F. Bell, Wm. O. Butler, Chas. A. Wickliffe. Virginia.--John Tyler, James A. Seddon, Wm. C. Rives, Geo. W. Summers, John W. Brockenb
Charles A. Wickliffe (search for this): article 2
-Charles S. Olden, Robert F. Stockton, Joseph K. Randolph, Rodman M. Price, Peter D. Vroom, Benjamin Williamson, Fred. T. Frelinghuysen, Thomas J. Stryker, William C. Alexander. North Carolina.--Thomas Ruffin, John M. Morehead, George Davis, David S. Reid, D. M. Barringer. Maryland.--Reverdy Johnson, William S. Goldsborough, Augustus W. Bradford, John W. Criesfield, J. Dixon Romaine. Kentucky.--James B. Clay, Ex-Gov. Morehead, Jas. Guthrie, Joshua F. Bell, Wm. O. Butler, Chas. A. Wickliffe. Virginia.--John Tyler, James A. Seddon, Wm. C. Rives, Geo. W. Summers, John W. Brockenbrough. Delaware.--Hon. Geo. B. Rodney, Daniel M. Bates, Esq. Hon. John W. Houston, Dr. H. Ridgely, Wm. Cannon, Esq. The above list embraces one Ex-President, one Governor, eight Ex-Governors, one Ex-Attorney General, two Ex-Secretaries of the Treasury, and most of the others are Ex-United States Senators, State Judges, &c. The States of New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, Wisconsin, O
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