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Book had suspended publication, is erroneous. Its daily and weekly issues are still regularly published. It is not permitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were discharged in the absence of competent testimony. The Federal Court at Clarksburg, Va., adjourned on Saturday week. During the session one hundred and fourteen Secessionists were indicted. The present population of Charleston, S. C., is 48,160. As many as 5,000 are absent from the city, owing to th
Greenpoint (search for this): article 13
his regiment. The announcement made a few days ago that the New York Day Book had suspended publication, is erroneous. Its daily and weekly issues are still regularly published. It is not permitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were discharged in the absence of competent testimony. The Federal Court at Clarksburg, Va., adjourned on Saturday week. During the session one hundred and fourteen Secessionists were indicted. The present population of Charlest
Crittenden (search for this): article 13
the absence of competent testimony. The Federal Court at Clarksburg, Va., adjourned on Saturday week. During the session one hundred and fourteen Secessionists were indicted. The present population of Charleston, S. C., is 48,160. As many as 5,000 are absent from the city, owing to the war and other causes. Lewis P. Fiery, of Washington county, Md., declines the appointment of Major of the 1st Regiment of the Potomac Home Guards. Crittenden Coleman, a grandson of Senator Crittenden, died at Pensacola recently. He was a private in a Florida company. On Sunday, the 25th of August, a new Lutheran Church was dedicated in Woodsboro,' Frederick county, Md. A salute was fired at Albany, N. Y., on Monday, by order of Gov. Morgan, in honor of the victory of Cape Hatteras. Philip Wingert and Joseph Arnold, two old citizens of Hagerstown, Md., died last week. Jacob Aims, President of the Butchers' and Drevers' Bank, New York, died last Monday at an adva
Charles Morgan (search for this): article 13
week. During the session one hundred and fourteen Secessionists were indicted. The present population of Charleston, S. C., is 48,160. As many as 5,000 are absent from the city, owing to the war and other causes. Lewis P. Fiery, of Washington county, Md., declines the appointment of Major of the 1st Regiment of the Potomac Home Guards. Crittenden Coleman, a grandson of Senator Crittenden, died at Pensacola recently. He was a private in a Florida company. On Sunday, the 25th of August, a new Lutheran Church was dedicated in Woodsboro,' Frederick county, Md. A salute was fired at Albany, N. Y., on Monday, by order of Gov. Morgan, in honor of the victory of Cape Hatteras. Philip Wingert and Joseph Arnold, two old citizens of Hagerstown, Md., died last week. Jacob Aims, President of the Butchers' and Drevers' Bank, New York, died last Monday at an advanced age. John Cohagen, who died in Alexandria recently, was the oldest citizen of that place.
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Col. E. J. Jones, commander of the Fourth Alabama Regiment, which so gallantly distinguished itself, and suffered so greatly, in the battle of Manassas, died at Orange Courthouse on Monday, of wounds received at the head of his regiment. The announcement made a few days ago that the New York Day Book had suspended publication, is erroneous. Its daily and weekly issues are still regularly published. It is not permitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were dis
Thomas Goode (search for this): article 13
abama Regiment, which so gallantly distinguished itself, and suffered so greatly, in the battle of Manassas, died at Orange Courthouse on Monday, of wounds received at the head of his regiment. The announcement made a few days ago that the New York Day Book had suspended publication, is erroneous. Its daily and weekly issues are still regularly published. It is not permitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were discharged in the absence of competent testimony.
William C. Goode (search for this): article 13
s, died at Orange Courthouse on Monday, of wounds received at the head of his regiment. The announcement made a few days ago that the New York Day Book had suspended publication, is erroneous. Its daily and weekly issues are still regularly published. It is not permitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were discharged in the absence of competent testimony. The Federal Court at Clarksburg, Va., adjourned on Saturday week. During the session one hundred and fo
Henry A. Reeve (search for this): article 13
mitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in NewReeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were discharged in the absence of competent testimony. The Federal Court at Clarksburg, Va., adjourned on Saturday week. During the session one hundred and fourteen Secessionists were indicted. The present population of Charleston, S. C., is 48,160. As many as 5,000 are absent from the city, owing to the war and other causes. Lewis P. Fiery, of Washington county, Md., declines the appointment of Major of the 1st Reg
Charles Butterfield (search for this): article 13
are still regularly published. It is not permitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were discharged in the absence of competent testimony. The Federal Court at Clarksburg, Va., adjourned on Saturday week. During the session one hundred and fourteen Secessionists were indicted. The present population of Charleston, S. C., is 48,160. As many as 5,000 are absent from the city, owing to the war and other causes. Lewis P. Fiery, of Washington county, Md., dec
David Connell (search for this): article 13
blished. It is not permitted, however, to be transmitted through the mails. The Clarksville Tobacco Plant announces the return of Lieut. Thos. Goode, late of the U. S. Army, from Utah, after a perilous journey. He is a son of the late Hon. Wm. C. Goode. Henry A. Reeve, editor of the Republican Watchman, of Greenpoint, Long Island, has been arrested on a telegraphic dispatch from Secretary Seward, charging Reeve with publishing Secession articles. Charles Butterfield, and David Connell, arrested in New York last week for "treasonable language and correspondence," were discharged in the absence of competent testimony. The Federal Court at Clarksburg, Va., adjourned on Saturday week. During the session one hundred and fourteen Secessionists were indicted. The present population of Charleston, S. C., is 48,160. As many as 5,000 are absent from the city, owing to the war and other causes. Lewis P. Fiery, of Washington county, Md., declines the appointment
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