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or "the Northern States," or something else designed to recognize, in language at least, is not officially and authoritatively, the separate sovereignty of the rebels. It should put us on our guard so far as to make ready for whatever may be marked out in the programme of foreign power. As to the real feeling of the British public, the tone of their press and of their people, as reported by travelers in that country, leave us no room to doubt what it is and to what it points. The Rev. Dr. Turnbull, of Hartford, Conn, in a letter to the Christian Reflector, Boston, under date of July 28, thus writes from Edinburg, "The people here and in England, I find, are in singular sympathy with the Southern rebels. They seem to have no just conception of the great principles involved in the American war; and as the United States, at this moment, are suffering from partial defeat before Richmond, it is rather trying to be away from home and hear the ungenerous talk going on here, in all p
San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): article 8
is not another town in the State called upon to raise 100 men, while seven plantations are ordered to produce one man each, and probably fifty are only assessed for five or a less number. About 250 towns are deficient, a few each of the full number under the call for three years men; and the number wanted from each town is published, but it is added that many places not enumerated in the list have raised more than their proportion, which will probably affect the deficiency. The time for making the draft in Maine has been postponed in Wednesday, Sept. 10. The new census of San Francisco shows the prosperous condition of that city. In 1860 the population numbered 56,805, in 1861, $3,000, and at present it amounts to 90,000. An indignation meeting was held at Wilmington Del., which denounced Gov. Button, of that State as a traitor and the tool of Senator Simsbury. A committee was appointed to place the proceedings of the meeting before the President and Secretary of War.
Huntsville (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 8
at Cumberland Gap, was even in a mere hopeless predicament--one, in fact, amounting to great peril — whilst the whole country from that point through Somerset to Clarksville, between Nashville and Louisville, was overrun with, and in possession of, rebel marauding parties, Nashville being in fact quite isolated — an oasis of Unionism in the great sea of rebeldom that extends on every side. To be sure, two or three counties are held by detachments of Union troops on the road South towards Huntsville, and even the latter place, but the region between it and the Tennessee line was swarming with guerrillas, who fire into every train and imperil every advance. Going a hundred miles or so westward to the heart of West Tennessee, matters look but little better, although Grant is reported as having moved southward with the "army of Corinth," some thirty thousand strong; but what he is to effect in a country reduced to the starvation point, and with an enemy who will probably retire from
Hartford (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): article 8
tates," or something else designed to recognize, in language at least, is not officially and authoritatively, the separate sovereignty of the rebels. It should put us on our guard so far as to make ready for whatever may be marked out in the programme of foreign power. As to the real feeling of the British public, the tone of their press and of their people, as reported by travelers in that country, leave us no room to doubt what it is and to what it points. The Rev. Dr. Turnbull, of Hartford, Conn, in a letter to the Christian Reflector, Boston, under date of July 28, thus writes from Edinburg, "The people here and in England, I find, are in singular sympathy with the Southern rebels. They seem to have no just conception of the great principles involved in the American war; and as the United States, at this moment, are suffering from partial defeat before Richmond, it is rather trying to be away from home and hear the ungenerous talk going on here, in all public places. Cotto
United States (United States) (search for this): article 8
merican Union had seceded and made war on the Government of the United States." He, therefore, by a waiving of the ordinary observances of di officially known among them, and to call the Government of the United States. "Mr. Lincoln's Government," or "the Northern States," or somef the great principles involved in the American war; and as the United States, at this moment, are suffering from partial defeat before Richmquirer, Aug. 30th] Russia continues to be the friend of the United States--firm and sincere as she is powerful. Few have forgotten the gy of the Russian Cabinet with reference to the rebellion in the United States has been clearly pointed out in former declarations, which are mity with the sympathy that Russia has always shown towards the United States, and with the feelings of humanity which revolt at a war of extcaused by the firm and unqualified friendship of Russia for the United States. Miscellaneous. The news by mail from the Southwest is
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 8
s of Unionism in the great sea of rebeldom that extends on every side. To be sure, two or three counties are held by detachments of Union troops on the road South towards Huntsville, and even the latter place, but the region between it and the Tennessee line was swarming with guerrillas, who fire into every train and imperil every advance. Going a hundred miles or so westward to the heart of West Tennessee, matters look but little better, although Grant is reported as having moved southwaWest Tennessee, matters look but little better, although Grant is reported as having moved southward with the "army of Corinth," some thirty thousand strong; but what he is to effect in a country reduced to the starvation point, and with an enemy who will probably retire from his path leaving only a scene of desolation, no one can say, Coming to this point we need not pursue the examination further, the news from most other sections showing that all are waiting for something, all apparently referring everything to the anticipated battle upon which depends the fate of the capital of the rebel
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 8
es. Miscellaneous. The news by mail from the Southwest is more cheering. Gen. Morgan is nearly surrounded with rebels at Cumberland Gap, but thinks be can hold his position against an attack of 50,000 men. At last accounts Gen Rucil was operating successfully in Northwestern Alabama. The banks and insurance companies of St. Louis have subscribed $24,350 for volunteers enlisting for the war and their families. The total subscriptions reach near $200,000. It is determined that Missouri shall remain in the Union. Illinois has raised 50,000 out of her quotes of 52,000 for the two calls, consequently, there will be no draft there, as the other 2,000 will not be long wanting. The total appropriations made by Congress during its late session, for war and other purposes, amount to eight hundred and ninety-four million nine hundred and four thousand nine hundred and seventy-two dollars. The 71st New York regiment having volunteered to remain in service until such
Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 8
me as their place can be supplied, the War Department has issued a special order accepting their offer, and suspending the order for the regiment to proceed to New York and be mustered out of the service. Preparatory to a draft, the quota of Maine, under the last call of 300,000 men, has been assigned to the various cities and towns. Portland has the largest number, 241. There is not another town in the State called upon to raise 100 men, while seven plantations are ordered to produce onr three years men; and the number wanted from each town is published, but it is added that many places not enumerated in the list have raised more than their proportion, which will probably affect the deficiency. The time for making the draft in Maine has been postponed in Wednesday, Sept. 10. The new census of San Francisco shows the prosperous condition of that city. In 1860 the population numbered 56,805, in 1861, $3,000, and at present it amounts to 90,000. An indignation meetin
Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 8
ail from the Southwest is more cheering. Gen. Morgan is nearly surrounded with rebels at Cumberland Gap, but thinks be can hold his position against an attack of 50,000 men. At last accounts Gen Rucil was operating successfully in Northwestern Alabama. The banks and insurance companies of St. Louis have subscribed $24,350 for volunteers enlisting for the war and their families. The total subscriptions reach near $200,000. It is determined that Missouri shall remain in the Union. Illinois has raised 50,000 out of her quotes of 52,000 for the two calls, consequently, there will be no draft there, as the other 2,000 will not be long wanting. The total appropriations made by Congress during its late session, for war and other purposes, amount to eight hundred and ninety-four million nine hundred and four thousand nine hundred and seventy-two dollars. The 71st New York regiment having volunteered to remain in service until such time as their place can be supplied, the
Delaware (Delaware, United States) (search for this): article 8
is not another town in the State called upon to raise 100 men, while seven plantations are ordered to produce one man each, and probably fifty are only assessed for five or a less number. About 250 towns are deficient, a few each of the full number under the call for three years men; and the number wanted from each town is published, but it is added that many places not enumerated in the list have raised more than their proportion, which will probably affect the deficiency. The time for making the draft in Maine has been postponed in Wednesday, Sept. 10. The new census of San Francisco shows the prosperous condition of that city. In 1860 the population numbered 56,805, in 1861, $3,000, and at present it amounts to 90,000. An indignation meeting was held at Wilmington Del., which denounced Gov. Button, of that State as a traitor and the tool of Senator Simsbury. A committee was appointed to place the proceedings of the meeting before the President and Secretary of War.
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