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hich confers rank on the regular officer over the volunteer of the same grade, leaving it to be determined by seniority, according to date of commission. Secretary Chase will recommend a necessarily large increase of the revenue duties.--The necessities of the Treasury during the war will require the tariff to be so shaped as reatest possible amount of income. A large incidental protection to American manufactures will of course be the consequence. Upon the vital question of war, Secretary Chase will fully develop the theory that slaves in rebel States should be employed to raise cotton, sugar, rice, and tobacco, for Government account. This policy has already been established by Cameron in regard to ungathered and unpinned Sea Island cotton in Beaufort. The nation will heartily approve the commendation of Chase to Congress as a wiser disposition of slaves than to leave them in the rear of the army, roaming at large, pillaging and marauding. It is a new form of emancipation,
November 29th (search for this): article 1
The Federal Department reports. [specially telegraphed to the Richmond Dispatch] Manassas, Nov. 29. --The New York Tribune says that the reports of the Secretaries rapidly approach completion. The great interest which the war will give to that of the Secretary of War will be heightened by Cameron's distinct avowal of his policy of placing arms in the hands of slaves who are willing to use them for the cause of the Union. He will support this by argument and historical references; and to show that his leading position upon this vital question has been deliberately and strongly taken, and as a foretaste of the administration hereafter of the War Department until the close of the rebel lion, the public will learn with interest that Mr. Cameron will appeal to Congress and to the Governors of the States for authority to bind the Government to practice the closes economy, and to demand accountability from every subordinate in the War Bureau and the army in the field. Enormous as
y approach completion. The great interest which the war will give to that of the Secretary of War will be heightened by Cameron's distinct avowal of his policy of placing arms in the hands of slaves who are willing to use them for the cause of the nistration hereafter of the War Department until the close of the rebel lion, the public will learn with interest that Mr. Cameron will appeal to Congress and to the Governors of the States for authority to bind the Government to practice the closeshe field. Enormous as the war is and will be, it will not be permitted to bankrupt the Government or the people. Mr. Cameron's report will also probably contain recommendations that will go far to abolish the distinction between the militia anemployed to raise cotton, sugar, rice, and tobacco, for Government account. This policy has already been established by Cameron in regard to ungathered and unpinned Sea Island cotton in Beaufort. The nation will heartily approve the commendation o
Beaufort, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
he war will require the tariff to be so shaped as to produce the greatest possible amount of income. A large incidental protection to American manufactures will of course be the consequence. Upon the vital question of war, Secretary Chase will fully develop the theory that slaves in rebel States should be employed to raise cotton, sugar, rice, and tobacco, for Government account. This policy has already been established by Cameron in regard to ungathered and unpinned Sea Island cotton in Beaufort. The nation will heartily approve the commendation of Chase to Congress as a wiser disposition of slaves than to leave them in the rear of the army, roaming at large, pillaging and marauding. It is a new form of emancipation, but an effective one. Of the other reports nothing positive is known, nor of the President's message. The statistical portions of the reports are now in the hands of the printers. [The foregoing extracts from the New York Tribune is a fresh development of
Sea Island (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
he Treasury during the war will require the tariff to be so shaped as to produce the greatest possible amount of income. A large incidental protection to American manufactures will of course be the consequence. Upon the vital question of war, Secretary Chase will fully develop the theory that slaves in rebel States should be employed to raise cotton, sugar, rice, and tobacco, for Government account. This policy has already been established by Cameron in regard to ungathered and unpinned Sea Island cotton in Beaufort. The nation will heartily approve the commendation of Chase to Congress as a wiser disposition of slaves than to leave them in the rear of the army, roaming at large, pillaging and marauding. It is a new form of emancipation, but an effective one. Of the other reports nothing positive is known, nor of the President's message. The statistical portions of the reports are now in the hands of the printers. [The foregoing extracts from the New York Tribune is a f
October 15th (search for this): article 1
Runaway-$15 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th day of October last, his Negro man Henderson. said negro is about 25 years old, very likely not very dark, and about 6 feet high. The tips of the fore and middle flagers on the left hand have been cut off, and some of his toes have been frostbitten. He has a wife at the farm of Mr. Wm. Boulware, and joining ne He may be lurking near some of the camps with a view to engage himself as a servant. It is not remembered what colored clothes he had on when he left. The above reward wil be paid if he is lodged in jail so that I can get him, or upon his delvery to me at my residence, in Henrico country, near Dutch Gap. no 30--ts Henry Cox.
Henderson (search for this): article 1
Runaway-$15 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th day of October last, his Negro man Henderson. said negro is about 25 years old, very likely not very dark, and about 6 feet high. The tips of the fore and middle flagers on the left hand have been cut off, and some of his toes have been frostbitten. He has a wife at the farm of Mr. Wm. Boulware, and joining ne He may be lurking near some of the camps with a view to engage himself as a servant. It is not remembered what colored clothes he had on when he left. The above reward wil be paid if he is lodged in jail so that I can get him, or upon his delvery to me at my residence, in Henrico country, near Dutch Gap. no 30--ts Henry Cox.
Henry Cox (search for this): article 1
Runaway-$15 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th day of October last, his Negro man Henderson. said negro is about 25 years old, very likely not very dark, and about 6 feet high. The tips of the fore and middle flagers on the left hand have been cut off, and some of his toes have been frostbitten. He has a wife at the farm of Mr. Wm. Boulware, and joining ne He may be lurking near some of the camps with a view to engage himself as a servant. It is not remembered what colored clothes he had on when he left. The above reward wil be paid if he is lodged in jail so that I can get him, or upon his delvery to me at my residence, in Henrico country, near Dutch Gap. no 30--ts Henry Cox.
William Boulware (search for this): article 1
Runaway-$15 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th day of October last, his Negro man Henderson. said negro is about 25 years old, very likely not very dark, and about 6 feet high. The tips of the fore and middle flagers on the left hand have been cut off, and some of his toes have been frostbitten. He has a wife at the farm of Mr. Wm. Boulware, and joining ne He may be lurking near some of the camps with a view to engage himself as a servant. It is not remembered what colored clothes he had on when he left. The above reward wil be paid if he is lodged in jail so that I can get him, or upon his delvery to me at my residence, in Henrico country, near Dutch Gap. no 30--ts Henry Cox.
Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Runaway-$15 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th day of October last, his Negro man Henderson. said negro is about 25 years old, very likely not very dark, and about 6 feet high. The tips of the fore and middle flagers on the left hand have been cut off, and some of his toes have been frostbitten. He has a wife at the farm of Mr. Wm. Boulware, and joining ne He may be lurking near some of the camps with a view to engage himself as a servant. It is not remembered what colored clothes he had on when he left. The above reward wil be paid if he is lodged in jail so that I can get him, or upon his delvery to me at my residence, in Henrico country, near Dutch Gap. no 30--ts Henry Cox.
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