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the public from speculation on their necessities. Proposed Tax on cotton. It is stated that Governor Brown will recommend to the next Legislature of Georgia to levya tax of $26 per bale on all cotton raised in that State the present year, and if the cotton does not pay the tax, that other property of the planter be sold for that purpose. Burning of the steamer Sabine. From the Houston Telegraph, of the 29th ult., we learn that the steamboat Sablue, from a Texas port to a Louisiana port, engaged in the coasting trade, encountered a Federal blockading steamer off Calcanean, and was run ashore and set fire to by her owner and entirely consumed. She had a valuable cargo. The Eastern Farming Squadron. The number of Gloucester (Mass.) fishing vessels lost off George's Bank, in the gale of February 24, was fifteen, and the number lost January I was four. By the loss of these 19 vessels 138 men were drowned, laying 70 widows and 147 children to be provided for.
February 22nd (search for this): article 21
rths of the votes in Congress, and consequently had the power to legislate. Having the power, did they so amend the Constitution? No, they did not. They came forward with an amendment to the affect that "Congress, in all future time, shall have no power to legislate upon the subject of slavery." The amendment was passed by a vote of two-thirds. Why did you not accept it instead of being governed by a petty tyrant? * * * * * Who commenced this war? South Carolina went out on the 22d of February. (What misfortune to the country that Andrew Jackson was not in the Presidential chair in place of James Buchanan, who sat still, and allowed the traitors to go on consummated their unholy schemes.) What did South Carolina next do? Attacked Fort Moultrie and Castle Pinckney, drove the gallant Anderson into Fort Sumter, and thus, under the direction of Beauregard, who is some time styled No regard, commenced erecting the long line of batteries and forts. Beauregard continued erecting
February 24th (search for this): article 2
the public from speculation on their necessities. Proposed Tax on cotton. It is stated that Governor Brown will recommend to the next Legislature of Georgia to levya tax of $26 per bale on all cotton raised in that State the present year, and if the cotton does not pay the tax, that other property of the planter be sold for that purpose. Burning of the steamer Sabine. From the Houston Telegraph, of the 29th ult., we learn that the steamboat Sablue, from a Texas port to a Louisiana port, engaged in the coasting trade, encountered a Federal blockading steamer off Calcanean, and was run ashore and set fire to by her owner and entirely consumed. She had a valuable cargo. The Eastern Farming Squadron. The number of Gloucester (Mass.) fishing vessels lost off George's Bank, in the gale of February 24, was fifteen, and the number lost January I was four. By the loss of these 19 vessels 138 men were drowned, laying 70 widows and 147 children to be provided for.
March 14th (search for this): article 1
The distress in Liverpool. --The Norfolk Day Book copies the following Liverpool news from the London Times, of March 14: At the annual meeting of the District Provident Society, held yesterday, his Worship the Mayor (Mr. Robert Hutchinson) who presided, stated that although for a considerable time past a large amount of distress had prevailed in the town, it had never reached a point at which the ordinary means of relief had been inadequate to cope with it. On the contrary, through the admirable organization of the local charities, and the liberal support which they had received, every case of real distress and destitution had been investigated and relieved. For a long time past the cotton porters have been reduced to great straits by the greatly diminished imports of cotton, but this evil was income measure counteracted by a large influx of grain-laden vessels, which afforded more than the usual amount of employment in that line. Within the last few weeks, however, the
March 14th (search for this): article 3
in. --We furnished a few days age a list of prisoners arrested for various offences, and in confinement in the above prison, up to the 15th of March. The subjoined list gives the names of all arrested and in confinement since that date, and brings up the list to within the last few days. There are now near 100 persons under duress for various offences in the above prison, two of whom are under sentence of death. The arrests from March 15th embrace the following names: Committed 14th March.--James Rush, Parkersburg, Va. Committed 15th March.--J W Hughes, Richmond, suspicion; John Hancock, Richmond. Committed 17th March.--Jas King, Richmond suspicion. Committed 20th March.--Julius Roth, R T Sale, Lt G T Twells, Wm Thom, J Y Phillips, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 21st March.--J. C. Humphreys, R F Humphreys, J P Pritchard, Frank Livingston, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 22d March.--Thomas Hancock, Richmond, suspicion. Committed 24th March.--Sa
March 15th (search for this): article 3
Castle Godwin. --We furnished a few days age a list of prisoners arrested for various offences, and in confinement in the above prison, up to the 15th of March. The subjoined list gives the names of all arrested and in confinement since that date, and brings up the list to within the last few days. There are now near 100 persons under duress for various offences in the above prison, two of whom are under sentence of death. The arrests from March 15th embrace the following names: Committed 14th March.--James Rush, Parkersburg, Va. Committed 15th March.--J W Hughes, Richmond, suspicion; John Hancock, Richmond. Committed 17th March.--Ja15th March.--J W Hughes, Richmond, suspicion; John Hancock, Richmond. Committed 17th March.--Jas King, Richmond suspicion. Committed 20th March.--Julius Roth, R T Sale, Lt G T Twells, Wm Thom, J Y Phillips, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 21st March.--J. C. Humphreys, R F Humphreys, J P Pritchard, Frank Livingston, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 22d March.--Thomas Hancock, Richmond, suspicion. Committed
March 17th (search for this): article 3
h of March. The subjoined list gives the names of all arrested and in confinement since that date, and brings up the list to within the last few days. There are now near 100 persons under duress for various offences in the above prison, two of whom are under sentence of death. The arrests from March 15th embrace the following names: Committed 14th March.--James Rush, Parkersburg, Va. Committed 15th March.--J W Hughes, Richmond, suspicion; John Hancock, Richmond. Committed 17th March.--Jas King, Richmond suspicion. Committed 20th March.--Julius Roth, R T Sale, Lt G T Twells, Wm Thom, J Y Phillips, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 21st March.--J. C. Humphreys, R F Humphreys, J P Pritchard, Frank Livingston, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 22d March.--Thomas Hancock, Richmond, suspicion. Committed 24th March.--Samuel Zeigler, alias Greenwall, Harper's Ferry, suspicion; D S Cates, 4th Tennessee regiment. Committed 25th March.--Wm L Schofield, Texas
March 20th (search for this): article 3
sted and in confinement since that date, and brings up the list to within the last few days. There are now near 100 persons under duress for various offences in the above prison, two of whom are under sentence of death. The arrests from March 15th embrace the following names: Committed 14th March.--James Rush, Parkersburg, Va. Committed 15th March.--J W Hughes, Richmond, suspicion; John Hancock, Richmond. Committed 17th March.--Jas King, Richmond suspicion. Committed 20th March.--Julius Roth, R T Sale, Lt G T Twells, Wm Thom, J Y Phillips, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 21st March.--J. C. Humphreys, R F Humphreys, J P Pritchard, Frank Livingston, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 22d March.--Thomas Hancock, Richmond, suspicion. Committed 24th March.--Samuel Zeigler, alias Greenwall, Harper's Ferry, suspicion; D S Cates, 4th Tennessee regiment. Committed 25th March.--Wm L Schofield, Texas, Thos Robertson, Ga, spies. Committed 26th March.--W
March 21st (search for this): article 3
r 100 persons under duress for various offences in the above prison, two of whom are under sentence of death. The arrests from March 15th embrace the following names: Committed 14th March.--James Rush, Parkersburg, Va. Committed 15th March.--J W Hughes, Richmond, suspicion; John Hancock, Richmond. Committed 17th March.--Jas King, Richmond suspicion. Committed 20th March.--Julius Roth, R T Sale, Lt G T Twells, Wm Thom, J Y Phillips, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 21st March.--J. C. Humphreys, R F Humphreys, J P Pritchard, Frank Livingston, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 22d March.--Thomas Hancock, Richmond, suspicion. Committed 24th March.--Samuel Zeigler, alias Greenwall, Harper's Ferry, suspicion; D S Cates, 4th Tennessee regiment. Committed 25th March.--Wm L Schofield, Texas, Thos Robertson, Ga, spies. Committed 26th March.--W W Ritch, Washington, N C, supposed to be a spy; E S Baker, Richmond,--; Alex Morris, Gordonsville, disloyalty;
March 22nd (search for this): article 3
arrests from March 15th embrace the following names: Committed 14th March.--James Rush, Parkersburg, Va. Committed 15th March.--J W Hughes, Richmond, suspicion; John Hancock, Richmond. Committed 17th March.--Jas King, Richmond suspicion. Committed 20th March.--Julius Roth, R T Sale, Lt G T Twells, Wm Thom, J Y Phillips, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 21st March.--J. C. Humphreys, R F Humphreys, J P Pritchard, Frank Livingston, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 22d March.--Thomas Hancock, Richmond, suspicion. Committed 24th March.--Samuel Zeigler, alias Greenwall, Harper's Ferry, suspicion; D S Cates, 4th Tennessee regiment. Committed 25th March.--Wm L Schofield, Texas, Thos Robertson, Ga, spies. Committed 26th March.--W W Ritch, Washington, N C, supposed to be a spy; E S Baker, Richmond,--; Alex Morris, Gordonsville, disloyalty; Chas Brown, New Orleans,--; Price Lewis, New York, spy. Committed 27th March.--Wm B West, 13th Va Vols,--; Ri
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