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The Daily Dispatch: may 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], Trial Postponed. (search)
Col Colt. --The New York Sun denounces Col. Sam. Colt as a miserable wretch and a traitor, because he has raised the price of his fire-arms 25 per cent.; and demands his speedy trial and punishment for treason against the United States. Col Colt. --The New York Sun denounces Col. Sam. Colt as a miserable wretch and a traitor, because he has raised the price of his fire-arms 25 per cent.; and demands his speedy trial and punishment for treason against the United States.
The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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A Miss Julia Farrell has obtained a verdict of $10,000 against a Dr. Caldwell, in Chicago, for a case of malpractice. The young girl had an operation performed on her eye by the doctor, by means of which her sight in that organ was entirely destroyed. The Etna Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn, has subscribed for $300,000 of the United States Loan, and Col. Sam. Colt has not only invested $150,000 in the same way, but advises his contractors to do like wise. The gin house of Mr. W. Donelson, of Decatur county, Ga., together with 15,000 pounds of cotton, was consumed by fire on the night of the 20th ult. The letters from America to the Opinion-Nationale, were written by a young Frenchman, named Sand, son of George Sand, and not by Prince Napoleon.
The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], Extracts from Northern journals. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Latest Northern news. (search)
Latest Northern news. active preparations for the prosecution of the war. Hon. Mr. Vallandigham's speech in Congress. &c., &c., &c. our Advices from the North this morning are to the 10th inst. The news is quite interesting, a brief synopsis of which appeared in our telegraphic columns yesterday morning. Col. Samuel Colt died at Harrisons, Ct, on the 10th inst. His fire-arms factory will be carried on by the present corporation. Ex-Gov. Morehead, of Kentucky, has been released from confinement in Fort Warren on his parole, and proceeded immediately to New York. Secession troubles in the Chamber of Commerce at St. Louis are reported to have taken place on the 9th inst. The Union members withdrew to organize a New Chamber. Advices from Missouri report that General Price has been reinforced by troops from Arkansas, and that there is some probability of a fight at Rolla. the New York Herald says the Confederate loss at the battle of Wilson's c
The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], War matters. (search)