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May 5th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 1
tates Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the Confederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. The same...Lite eilant. against. The schooner "Mary Pearce," of Boston, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. Under the orders in these cases, entered the 5th of May, 1862. I am directed to ascertain the named of the officers and crew of the said steamer Saint Nicholas, at the time of the capture of the said schooner Margaret, and of the said schooner Mary Pearce, and the names of all other persons who may have been aboard the said steamer at the time of the capture aforesaid, and aiding and assisting in said capture, and the rank and nature of the services, as for as can be ascertained, rendered by each--first giving in the Richmond Dispatch for at least
May 24th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 1
Com'r Watson's Office, Richmond, 24th may, 1862. in the District Court of the Confederate States of America for the Eastern District of Virginia-- Captain George N. Holling, a commissioned officer of the Confederate States Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the Confederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. The same...Lite eilant. against. The schooner "Mary Pearce," of Boston, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. Under the orders in these cases, entered the 5th of May, 1862. I am directed to ascertain the named of the officers and crew of the said steamer Saint Nicholas, at the time of the capture of the said schooner Margaret, and of the said schooner Mary Pearce, and the names of all other persons who may have been aboard the said
William F. Watson (search for this): article 1
Com'r Watson's Office, Richmond, 24th may, 1862. in the District Court of the Confederate States of America for the Eastern District of Virginia-- Captain George N. Holling, a commissioned officer of the Confederate States Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the Confederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her f the capture of the said schooner Margaret, and of the said schooner Mary Pearce, and the names of all other persons who may have been aboard the said steamer at the time of the capture aforesaid, and aiding and assisting in said capture, and the rank and nature of the services, as for as can be ascertained, rendered by each--first giving in the Richmond Dispatch for at least ten days, and that he make report to the Court with all convenient speed. Wm. F. Watson. my 26--20t Commissioner.
George N. Holling (search for this): article 1
Com'r Watson's Office, Richmond, 24th may, 1862. in the District Court of the Confederate States of America for the Eastern District of Virginia-- Captain George N. Holling, a commissioned officer of the Confederate States Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the Confederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. The same...Lite eilant. against. The schooner "Mary Pearce," of Boston, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. Under the orders in these cases, entered the 5th of May, 1862. I am directed to ascertain the named of the officers and crew of the said steamer Saint Nicholas, at the time of the capture of the said schooner Margaret, and of the said schooner Mary Pearce, and the names of all other persons who may have been aboard the said
Mary Pearce (search for this): article 1
merica for the Eastern District of Virginia-- Captain George N. Holling, a commissioned officer of the Confederate States Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the Confederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. The same...Lite eilant. against. The schooner "Mary Pearce," of Boston, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. Under the orders in these cases, entered the 5th of May, 1862. I am directed to ascertain the named of the officers and crew of the said steamer Saint Nicholas, at the time of the capture of the said schooner Margaret, and of the said schooner Mary Pearce, and the names of all other persons who may have been aboard the said steamer at the time of the capture aforesaid, and aiding and assisting in said capture, and the rank and n
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
Com'r Watson's Office, Richmond, 24th may, 1862. in the District Court of the Confederate States of America for the Eastern District of Virginia-- Captain George N. Holling, a commissioned officer of the Confederate States Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the ConfedConfederate States Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the Confederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. The same...Lite eilant. against. The schooner "Mary Pearce," of Boston, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and carConfederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. The same...Lite eilant. against. The schooner "Mary Pearce," of Boston, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. Under the orders in these cases, entered the 5th of May, 1862. I am directed to ascertain the named of the officers and crew of the said steamer Saint Nicholas, at the time of the capture of the said schooner Margaret, and of the said schooner Mary Pearce, and the names of all other persons who may have been aboard the sa
Saint Nicholas (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 1
Com'r Watson's Office, Richmond, 24th may, 1862. in the District Court of the Confederate States of America for the Eastern District of Virginia-- Captain George N. Holling, a commissioned officer of the Confederate States Navy, and late commander of the prize steamer the "Saint Nicholas," on behalf as well of the Confederate States as of himself and of the officers and crew of the prize steamer aforesaid.... Libellant, against The schooner "Margaret," of New York, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. The same...Lite eilant. against. The schooner "Mary Pearce," of Boston, her tackle, apparel, furniture, and cargo. Under the orders in these cases, entered the 5th of May, 1862. I am directed to ascertain the named of the officers and crew of the said steamer Saint Nicholas, at the time of the capture of the said schooner Margaret, and of the said schooner Mary Pearce, and the names of all other persons who may have been aboard the said
f $7,509,000 as a preliminary, with a prospective increase to an indefinite sum. The Philadelphia Inquirer jealous of the advantages which might accrue to New York from its construction, denounces it as a great scheme of plunder, and adds: Mr. Arnold, as the mouthpiece of the Northwest, asks for these trifles in a defiant sort of way, which shews how little weight he really attaches to the reasons which are adduced as the ostensible motive. He figures up and multiplies by twice or thrice this precious piece of log-rolling is so transparently absurd that no one can be taken in by it, and its only importance is as a confession of the weakness of the cause that asks such support. The only parallel is to be found in the argument of Mr. Arnold, that if such a canal as he proposes had been in existence, the "fifteen thousand sailors now shut up on the Lakes would have been at the disposal of the Government"--overlooking the fact that if patriotism and railroads have not carried them t
he pro-slavery hounds. --He was told it was because he was a free State man, and that section was intended to be slave. He then told them that he had a Sharpe's rifle and two revolvers, and he proposed to "paddle his own canoe." Kansas tells who had succeeded in clearing the rapids. [Enthusiastic cheers.] In conclusion, the Colonel paid an eloquent tribute to the Germans of Missouri, whose valor, patriotism, and devotion to liberty, had undoubtedly saved the State. He paid a tribute to Gen. Siegel, and in closing stated that with the Germans, he would always be found a lover of liberty, that all men might recognize in Jennison the Jayhawker, while a faithful soldier of the Union, and undoubted, undisguised, fighting Abolitionist. He was greeted with loud cheers, and after music from the band, the assemblage dispersed. Sickles and his Brigade. Sickles has at last won the good graces of Old Abe, and been restored to the command of his "drunken brigade." The Washington c
tary Prison was not likely to make him any less so. He trusted that when he ceased to be an Abolitionist he might cease to live. [Cheers.] But in this war for the Union he never had known pro or anti-slavery men. His own views were convictions which had grown out of his life, and could not be otherwise. But some of the best Union men he had known were pro-slavery. He had, during the past winter, under command of Capt. Oliver, three companies of the Missouri Seventh. These very men, under Frost, had pursued him but the year before. They hated to come under his command, but after weeks of campaigning they parted from him with regret. As men we differed on the subject of slavery, but as soldiers we stood side by side for the glorious Union. He had been accused of every conceivable crime by the Missouri Republican, and branded as a murderer, thief, and outlaw. He had but to say, that no Union man could come forward and say knowingly he or his property had been injured by him. He c
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