Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: September 15, 1862., [Electronic resource].
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Latest Foreign Details. Lord Palmerston on American Affairs--English non-intervention — advance in cotton, &c., &c. By the Australasian, off Cape Raco, with Liverpool dates to the 31st ult., we have the following additional news. Great Britain. The London financial correspondent of the Manchester Guardian writes as follows: "It is stated that Messrs. Barings Brothers have received instructions from the State of Maryland to deduct the American income tax of three per cent, as well as the ordinary English income tax, from the coupons first due in London on Maryland sterling bonds; also, that the same course has been taken on the sterling debentures of the Michigan Central Railway. This would be sufficient, if anything were wanted, to complete the disfavor in which American securities are now held." Lord Palmerston, in a speech at Melbourne, referred to the Trent affair, which, he said, was settled in a manner consistent with the honor, principle
Ranaway.--$100 reward. --Ranaway, on the 13th of August, a black boy, named Edward, about 13 years old, stout, and heavy set. Also, on 22d of August, a yellow boy named Peyton, about 11 years old. Peyton is thought to be about town. He was bought of F. J. Tucker. Edward was bought of R. G. Holloway. I will give $50 for either of the boys if delivered at my jail, (Castle Godwin,) or secured in any jail, so I get them again. se 10--12t* John B. Davis.