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Moniteau County (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
soldiers; and among the peaceable, good citizens there assembled for a lawful purpose, and in the exercise of rights which no man should dispute, one individual was killed and two wounded. In Jefferson city, an attempt was made to break up a McClellan meeting by rowdies, who were incited by well-known demagogues, who plied their tools with whiskey. On that occasion, George Dingham, State Treasurer, and a most estimable man, was assailed, and by accident only escaped with his life. In Moniteau county, we are informed that two persons, who were prominent at a McClellan meeting, were murdered on their way home, after the meeting broke up. Probably these instances comprise but a portion of the outrages committed by men who, while committing them, profess to be acting in the interests of Mr. Lincoln. "It was predicted by some, before the canvass opened, that terrorism would be used to prevent the opponents of Mr. Lincoln from conducting an active canvass and from voting in Missour
Jefferson City (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
ons as a good citizen or member of society would condemn. In Kansas city, Judge Birch was unable to proceed with his canvass, his life being threatened by a mob. In Troy, Lincoln county, a McClellan meeting was fired into by some soldiers, no doubt set on by low demagogues more responsible than the soldiers; and among the peaceable, good citizens there assembled for a lawful purpose, and in the exercise of rights which no man should dispute, one individual was killed and two wounded. In Jefferson city, an attempt was made to break up a McClellan meeting by rowdies, who were incited by well-known demagogues, who plied their tools with whiskey. On that occasion, George Dingham, State Treasurer, and a most estimable man, was assailed, and by accident only escaped with his life. In Moniteau county, we are informed that two persons, who were prominent at a McClellan meeting, were murdered on their way home, after the meeting broke up. Probably these instances comprise but a portion of th
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
iew of the proximity of the election, we give some of the political paragraphs from their papers: Political Riots in Missouri. The St. Louis Republican, in noticing the political outrages committed throughout the State of Missouri, says: State of Missouri, says: "If Mr. Lincoln or his friends have really the slightest regard for the freedom of elections, it is about time they should show it in Missouri. So far, at this early stage of the canvass, their supporters, in the shape of mobs, have interfered wiMissouri. So far, at this early stage of the canvass, their supporters, in the shape of mobs, have interfered with the demonstrations, meetings and speakers of the party opposed to them. In St. Louis a procession was assailed and partially broken up one night, and a clubroom demolished, and a meeting dispersed with damage to limb, if not life, in another. Onhat terrorism would be used to prevent the opponents of Mr. Lincoln from conducting an active canvass and from voting in Missouri. We are sorry to say that, from the indications so far, these predictions are likely to be realized." M'Clellan Sq
Portland (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 2
y these instances comprise but a portion of the outrages committed by men who, while committing them, profess to be acting in the interests of Mr. Lincoln. "It was predicted by some, before the canvass opened, that terrorism would be used to prevent the opponents of Mr. Lincoln from conducting an active canvass and from voting in Missouri. We are sorry to say that, from the indications so far, these predictions are likely to be realized." M'Clellan Squibs. In a speech at Portland, Maine, recently, the Hon. John A. Peters "brought down the house" with the remark: "if McClellan couldn't take Richmond, making Washington his base, you may safely swear he will never take Washington, making Richmond his base ! " From the diaries of officers on board the gunboat Glena, during the retreat from Richmond, it seems to be conclusively proven that General McClellan was part of the crew, instead of the army, during the battle of Malvern. To which, then, does General McClellan
Cass (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
But I avail myself of this opportunity to say that I approve the nomination of General McClellan, and shall vote for him at the next presidential election, if able to attend the polls. "Wishing that success may reward your exertions, I am, dear sir, "Respectfully yours, "Lewis Cass. "To W. S. Biddle, Esq." Resistance to the draft. At recent Democratic convention in Cass county, Illinois, the following resolutions were adopted: "Resolved, That we, the Democracy of Cass county, will resist the draft at all hazards. "Resolved, That a committee be appointed to visit the other counties in the State, learn the organized strength, and report to the Springfield meeting, and there appoint delegates to visit the Indianapolis and Columbus (Ohio) meetings." One of the speakers declared everything in readiness in Illinois; and when the time came, the first movement would be the capture of Springfield, seizure of State officers, and relegation of the State govern
Cass (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 2
ccepting your invitation to attend the meeting this evening at the McClellan Club of the First Ward. But I avail myself of this opportunity to say that I approve the nomination of General McClellan, and shall vote for him at the next presidential election, if able to attend the polls. "Wishing that success may reward your exertions, I am, dear sir, "Respectfully yours, "Lewis Cass. "To W. S. Biddle, Esq." Resistance to the draft. At recent Democratic convention in Cass county, Illinois, the following resolutions were adopted: "Resolved, That we, the Democracy of Cass county, will resist the draft at all hazards. "Resolved, That a committee be appointed to visit the other counties in the State, learn the organized strength, and report to the Springfield meeting, and there appoint delegates to visit the Indianapolis and Columbus (Ohio) meetings." One of the speakers declared everything in readiness in Illinois; and when the time came, the first movemen
Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 2
say that I approve the nomination of General McClellan, and shall vote for him at the next presidential election, if able to attend the polls. "Wishing that success may reward your exertions, I am, dear sir, "Respectfully yours, "Lewis Cass. "To W. S. Biddle, Esq." Resistance to the draft. At recent Democratic convention in Cass county, Illinois, the following resolutions were adopted: "Resolved, That we, the Democracy of Cass county, will resist the draft at all hazards. "Resolved, That a committee be appointed to visit the other counties in the State, learn the organized strength, and report to the Springfield meeting, and there appoint delegates to visit the Indianapolis and Columbus (Ohio) meetings." One of the speakers declared everything in readiness in Illinois; and when the time came, the first movement would be the capture of Springfield, seizure of State officers, and relegation of the State government into the hands of the revolutionists.
Franklin (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 2
ay that I approve the nomination of General McClellan, and shall vote for him at the next presidential election, if able to attend the polls. "Wishing that success may reward your exertions, I am, dear sir, "Respectfully yours, "Lewis Cass. "To W. S. Biddle, Esq." Resistance to the draft. At recent Democratic convention in Cass county, Illinois, the following resolutions were adopted: "Resolved, That we, the Democracy of Cass county, will resist the draft at all hazards. "Resolved, That a committee be appointed to visit the other counties in the State, learn the organized strength, and report to the Springfield meeting, and there appoint delegates to visit the Indianapolis and Columbus (Ohio) meetings." One of the speakers declared everything in readiness in Illinois; and when the time came, the first movement would be the capture of Springfield, seizure of State officers, and relegation of the State government into the hands of the revolutionists.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 2
Political affairs in the United States. In about twenty days the presidential election in the United States takes place. This brief period will doubtless be well used by, both divisions of the Yankee nation. In view of the proximity of the election, we give some of the political paragraphs from their papers: Political Riots in Missouri. The St. Louis Republican, in noticing the political outrages committed throughout the State of Missouri, says: "If Mr. Lincoln or his frieUnited States takes place. This brief period will doubtless be well used by, both divisions of the Yankee nation. In view of the proximity of the election, we give some of the political paragraphs from their papers: Political Riots in Missouri. The St. Louis Republican, in noticing the political outrages committed throughout the State of Missouri, says: "If Mr. Lincoln or his friends have really the slightest regard for the freedom of elections, it is about time they should show it in Missouri. So far, at this early stage of the canvass, their supporters, in the shape of mobs, have interfered with the demonstrations, meetings and speakers of the party opposed to them. In St. Louis a procession was assailed and partially broken up one night, and a clubroom demolished, and a meeting dispersed with damage to limb, if not life, in another. On two succeeding evenings the
Milton (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
opposed to them. In St. Louis a procession was assailed and partially broken up one night, and a clubroom demolished, and a meeting dispersed with damage to limb, if not life, in another. On two succeeding evenings the office of the Republican was threatened by riotous demonstrations for merely hanging out a banner inscribed with sentiments which every patriot must approve, and none but a man totally lost to all his obligations as a good citizen or member of society would condemn. In Kansas city, Judge Birch was unable to proceed with his canvass, his life being threatened by a mob. In Troy, Lincoln county, a McClellan meeting was fired into by some soldiers, no doubt set on by low demagogues more responsible than the soldiers; and among the peaceable, good citizens there assembled for a lawful purpose, and in the exercise of rights which no man should dispute, one individual was killed and two wounded. In Jefferson city, an attempt was made to break up a McClellan meeting by row
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