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The mail agent difficulty. --The Norfolk Herald, noticing the intended expulsion of Lincoln's mail agent from Petersburg, says : Mr. Kueller is a native of Washington, D. C., but has resided all his life in Virginia — the last thirty years in Norfolk. He has always borne the character of a peaceable, inoffensive man. With politics he has meddled but little, but has always cast his vote fearlessly with the Whig party, and voted the Union (or Bell and Everett) ticket at the November election. To say that he is a Black Republican, would be a libel. That he will fill the office satisfactorily, we have not heard if doubted.
George S. Kueller (search for this): article 7
The mail agent difficulty. --The Norfolk Herald, noticing the intended expulsion of Lincoln's mail agent from Petersburg, says : Mr. Kueller is a native of Washington, D. C., but has resided all his life in Virginia — the last thirty years in Norfolk. He has always borne the character of a peaceable, inoffensive man. With politics he has meddled but little, but has always cast his vote fearlessly with the Whig party, and voted the Union (or Bell and Everett) ticket at the November election. To say that he is a Black Republican, would be a libel. That he will fill the office satisfactorily, we have not heard if doubted.
Washington (United States) (search for this): article 7
The mail agent difficulty. --The Norfolk Herald, noticing the intended expulsion of Lincoln's mail agent from Petersburg, says : Mr. Kueller is a native of Washington, D. C., but has resided all his life in Virginia — the last thirty years in Norfolk. He has always borne the character of a peaceable, inoffensive man. With politics he has meddled but little, but has always cast his vote fearlessly with the Whig party, and voted the Union (or Bell and Everett) ticket at the November election. To say that he is a Black Republican, would be a libel. That he will fill the office satisfactorily, we have not heard if doubted.
Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 7
The mail agent difficulty. --The Norfolk Herald, noticing the intended expulsion of Lincoln's mail agent from Petersburg, says : Mr. Kueller is a native of Washington, D. C., but has resided all his life in Virginia — the last thirty years in Norfolk. He has always borne the character of a peaceable, inoffensive man. With politics he has meddled but little, but has always cast his vote fearlessly with the Whig party, and voted the Union (or Bell and Everett) ticket at the November election. To say that he is a Black Republican, would be a libel. That he will fill the office satisfactorily, we have not heard if doubted.
February, 4 AD (search for this): article 7
Connecticut election. Hartford, Conn., April 2. --The Republicans have elected their State ticket by an increased majority. They also carried the 1st and 3rd Congressional Districts, but lost the 2nd. The 4th is not heard from.
Connecticut (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): article 7
Connecticut election. Hartford, Conn., April 2. --The Republicans have elected their State ticket by an increased majority. They also carried the 1st and 3rd Congressional Districts, but lost the 2nd. The 4th is not heard from.
Interesting from Charleston. --The members of the South Carolina Convention visited the fortifications in the harbor of Charleston, Monday, in the steamers Carolina and General Clinch. The batteries played with great effect. Governor Pickens was not in the company, being engaged in more important official business. Great anxiety, says a dispatch, is felt as to the Administration's course about Fort Sumter. If nothing is done soon, the fort will be attacked and captured. The sentiment of the people is entirely in favor of action. The Governor's communication has not yet been acted on. Col. Lamon's return is hourly expected.
Interesting from Charleston. --The members of the South Carolina Convention visited the fortifications in the harbor of Charleston, Monday, in the steamers Carolina and General Clinch. The batteries played with great effect. Governor Pickens was not in the company, being engaged in more important official business. Great anxiety, says a dispatch, is felt as to the Administration's course about Fort Sumter. If nothing is done soon, the fort will be attacked and captured. The sentiment of the people is entirely in favor of action. The Governor's communication has not yet been acted on. Col. Lamon's return is hourly expected.
William Howard (search for this): article 8
The Disturbance at "Solitude." --The Mayer yesterday discharged Fountain Rowe as a party implicated in the felonious assault made on John S. Curry, at "Solitude," on Cary st., on the 18th of March. Curry, who was present, testified as to the active agency of Geo. and Beverly Bloomer in producing the fracture of his skull, and they were remanded for indictment and trial. The following witnesses and participants were recognized to appear and testify in the case, viz: John L. Curry, Granville Montelle, Philip Snyder, Ro. Ratcliffe, Wm. H. Dixon, Adolph Werdmeyer, Sam. Chappell, Wm. Howard, Thomas F. Moseley, and Jas. Dundelfunker. Curry is recovering from his injuries.
March 18th (search for this): article 8
The Disturbance at "Solitude." --The Mayer yesterday discharged Fountain Rowe as a party implicated in the felonious assault made on John S. Curry, at "Solitude," on Cary st., on the 18th of March. Curry, who was present, testified as to the active agency of Geo. and Beverly Bloomer in producing the fracture of his skull, and they were remanded for indictment and trial. The following witnesses and participants were recognized to appear and testify in the case, viz: John L. Curry, Granville Montelle, Philip Snyder, Ro. Ratcliffe, Wm. H. Dixon, Adolph Werdmeyer, Sam. Chappell, Wm. Howard, Thomas F. Moseley, and Jas. Dundelfunker. Curry is recovering from his injuries.
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