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culty. A small one has occurred, with which Mr. Oswald will acquaint you. I flatter myself that meae American commissioners should be accepted by Oswald under the king's authority, or directly by thece, which was equally grateful to Franklin and Oswald, and a concession to the British of the free hap. XXIX.} 1782. Sept. peatedly insisted with Oswald, that West Florida should not be left in the htreaty with the United States, as agreed to by Oswald, came back to England, the offer of Jay of the left unchanged; but the cabinet complained of Oswald for yielding everything, and gave him for an athirtieth, the American commissioners met 30. Oswald and Strachey, and for four several days they dd Adams and Jay to join with him in letters to Oswald and to Strachey, expressing in conciliatory las continued. On the twenty-ninth, Strachey, Oswald, and Fitzherbert, on the one side, and Jay, Fr rather than expose it to risk, he joined with Oswald. Fitzherbert, now left alone, reflected that [16 more...]
The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], A self Constituted Vigilance Committee in the hands of the law. (search)
A self Constituted Vigilance Committee in the hands of the law. --In the Court of Sessions of Cumberland county, Pa., last week, Richard Oswald. A. J Kaufman, Jr., and Levickberty, all of Mechanicsburg, were found guilty of arresting and holding in confinement a men named John Kennedy. It appears that Mr. Alvey, a prominent lawyer of Hagerstown, Md., was arrested by military authority in June last, on a charge of disloyalty, and was brought to Mechanicsburg, enroute for Fort Lafayette. Kennedy, who claimed to be a Union man, on seeing Mr. Alvey in custody, denounced his arrest as n outrage, whereupon, it is alleged, he was taken into custody by the defendants, who, after giving him a mock trial, released him Soon after he was again arrested by them, and an attempt was made to compel him to take the oath of allegiance. This he refused to do; and was finally released. The Carlisle (Pa) Volunteer says: The case created considerable interest, and a great many witnesses, as
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