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Webster, West-virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 26
hundred officers in the Lincoln army and navy who will betray the cause the first opportunity. Eight thousand Texans, completely organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGrange, Ga., on the 18th inst. Ex-Governor Morchead, of Kentucky, is now an ultra Southern Right man. The Charleston "Mercury" says the rice crop is
La Grange (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 26
y organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGrange, Ga., on the 18th inst. Ex-Governor Morchead, of Kentucky, is now an ultra Southern Right man. The Charleston "Mercury" says the rice crop is everywhere fine, so far as heard from. Twenty seven persons have died of the injuries received in the collision in St. Louis.
Cairo, Ill. (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 26
against the unholy war which the North is waging upon us, to the last man. The New York "Tribune" says there are at least three hundred officers in the Lincoln army and navy who will betray the cause the first opportunity. Eight thousand Texans, completely organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGrange, Ga., on the 18th
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 26
ly organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGrange, Ga., on the 18th inst. Ex-Governor Morchead, of Kentucky, is now an ultra Southern Right man. The Charleston "Mercury" says the rice crop is everywhere fine, so far as heard from. Twenty seven persons have died of the injuries received in the collision in St. Louis.
y organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGrange, Ga., on the 18th inst. Ex-Governor Morchead, of Kentucky, is now an ultra Southern Right man. The Charleston "Mercury" says the rice crop is everywhere fine, so far as heard from. Twenty seven persons have died of the injuries received in the collision in St. Louis.
James O. Davis (search for this): article 26
ulation of Lynchburg, with very few exceptions, have organized them selves into military companies, and are resolved to defend their adopted State against the unholy war which the North is waging upon us, to the last man. The New York "Tribune" says there are at least three hundred officers in the Lincoln army and navy who will betray the cause the first opportunity. Eight thousand Texans, completely organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensiv
ly organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGrange, Ga., on the 18th inst. Ex-Governor Morchead, of Kentucky, is now an ultra Southern Right man. The Charleston "Mercury" says the rice crop is everywhere fine, so far as heard from. Twenty seven persons have died of the injuries received in the collision in St. Louis.
end their adopted State against the unholy war which the North is waging upon us, to the last man. The New York "Tribune" says there are at least three hundred officers in the Lincoln army and navy who will betray the cause the first opportunity. Eight thousand Texans, completely organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGra
ly organized as Cavalry. Infantry and Artillery, have offered their services to President Davis, in addition to her quota of men to be furnished in compliance with his requisition. The distillery of Messrs. Harrel & Arter, at Cairo, has been torn down to give room for a portion of the fortifications the Federal forces are erecting. The cotton mills at Webster, Mass. have been stopped. Large numbers of persons have thus been thrown out of employment. The editors of the Raleigh Register have been elected Printers to the Convention of North Carolina. An extensive powder mill has been established on the banks of the St. Catharine, a few miles above Natchez. Wheat was cut in LaGrange, Ga., on the 18th inst. Ex-Governor Morchead, of Kentucky, is now an ultra Southern Right man. The Charleston "Mercury" says the rice crop is everywhere fine, so far as heard from. Twenty seven persons have died of the injuries received in the collision in St. Louis.