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October 7th (search for this): article 4
Georgia Elections. Macon, Oct. 7. --The vote will not be counted till to morrow morning. About 750 votes were piled at this place, some 300 of which have been counted. Brown leads both the other candidates for Governor as far as heard from. The following is the vote of the 57th Georgia regiment: For Governor Brown, 40; Hill, 44; Furlow, 14. For Congress — Anderson, 69; Kenan, I. Augusta, Oct. 7.--The vote for Governor in this city stands. Brown, 711; Hill, 69; Furlow, 38. The vote indicates the election of Hon. J. F. Shumake to Congress. Columbus, Oct. 8.--The following is the result of the election held in this city yesterday: For Governor — Brown, 449; Furlow, 458; Hill, 48. For Congress — Blanford, 668; Holt, 284. Taylor county: For Governor — Hill, 96; Brown, 64; Furlow, 20. For Congress: Holt, 141; Balnford, 46. Savannah, Oct. 8.--The State election held here yesterday resulted as follows: Brown, for Governor, 1,216; Hill, 15; Frue low, 259. Cong
October 7th (search for this): article 5
Mississippi election. Meridian, Oct. 7. --It is believed that Clarke is elected Governor. At Enter-prise the vote stood as follows: Clarke, 556; West, 182; Davis, 63. At Meridian the vote was as follows: Clarke, 499; Davis, 105; West, 133. For Congress, in this district, Ren leads Barksdale about 200. Few returns in.
October 8th (search for this): article 2
From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 8. --A brisk fire was kept up all last night between the enemy's mortar battery on Morris Island and our batteries on James Island. The Pawnee was in Stono river last night, shelling the woods on James Island. The Ironsides is surrounded by boats, rafts, &c., apparently repairing injuries inflicted by our torpedoes on Monday night. Active work on the part of the enemy is now daily expected. Charleston, Oct. 8.--We have been steadily firing at Morris Island all day. The enemy makes no reply. A careful reconnaissance of the enemy's works leads to the belief that he will not be ready to open fire for several days yet.
October 8th (search for this): article 3
From Gordonsville. Gordonsville, Oct. 8. --The enemy were yet in apparent force at Culpeper C. H. this morning. Their main body moved above that point, and it is supposed they are between Madison C. H. and Sperryville. Twenty-five prisoners, captured by White's battalion at the Chain bridge, four miles from Washington, and ten prisoners captured on Robertson's river, were brought here to day.
July, 10 AD (search for this): article 4
Georgia Elections. Macon, Oct. 7. --The vote will not be counted till to morrow morning. About 750 votes were piled at this place, some 300 of which have been counted. Brown leads both the other candidates for Governor as far as heard from. The following is the vote of the 57th Georgia regiment: For Governor Brown, 40; Hill, 44; Furlow, 14. For Congress — Anderson, 69; Kenan, I. Augusta, Oct. 7.--The vote for Governor in this city stands. Brown, 711; Hill, 69; Furlow, 38. The vote indicates the election of Hon. J. F. Shumake to Congress. Columbus, Oct. 8.--The following is the result of the election held in this city yesterday: For Governor — Brown, 449; Furlow, 458; Hill, 48. For Congress — Blanford, 668; Holt, 284. Taylor county: For Governor — Hill, 96; Brown, 64; Furlow, 20. For Congress: Holt, 141; Balnford, 46. Savannah, Oct. 8.--The State election held here yesterday resulted as follows: Brown, for Governor, 1,216; Hill, 15; Frue low, 259. Con
August, 10 AD (search for this): article 2
From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 8. --A brisk fire was kept up all last night between the enemy's mortar battery on Morris Island and our batteries on James Island. The Pawnee was in Stono river last night, shelling the woods on James Island. The Ironsides is surrounded by boats, rafts, &c., apparently repairing injuries inflicted by our torpedoes on Monday night. Active work on the part of the enemy is now daily expected. Charleston, Oct. 8.--We have been steadily firing at Morris Island all day. The enemy makes no reply. A careful reconnaissance of the enemy's works leads to the belief that he will not be ready to open fire for several days yet.
August, 10 AD (search for this): article 4
--The vote for Governor in this city stands. Brown, 711; Hill, 69; Furlow, 38. The vote indicates the election of Hon. J. F. Shumake to Congress. Columbus, Oct. 8.--The following is the result of the election held in this city yesterday: For Governor — Brown, 449; Furlow, 458; Hill, 48. For Congress — Blanford, 668; Holt, 284. Taylor county: For Governor — Hill, 96; Brown, 64; Furlow, 20. For Congress: Holt, 141; Balnford, 46. Savannah, Oct. 8.--The State election held here yesterday resulted as follows: Brown, for Governor, 1,216; Hill, 15; Frue low, 259. Congress — Hartridge, 1,320; King, 176; Hopkins, 17. Senator — Lloyd, 4,476. House — Gkins, 17. Senator — Lloyd, 4,476. House — Gibson, 683; Norwood, 671; Gue, 784; Russell, 784. Brown is undoubtedly elected Governor. Augusta, Oct. 8.--The vote of Richmond county is as follows: Brown, 835; Hill, 69; Furlow, 44. J. F. Shumate has 186 majority over all other candidates for Congress, so far
d were common enough in many European cities. They are among the many crying evils that have descended to the present generation from mediæval times, and which the present generation is extirpating as fast as it can. That we speak nothing more or less than the truth, let the following extract from McCulloch's Commercial Dictionary--a work justly held in high esteem by statesmen as well as merchants — testify. It is to be found under the article "Bread:" "Assize of Bread.--From the year 1266, in the reign of Henry III., down to our own days, it has been customary to regulate the price at which bread should be sold according to the price of wheat or flour at the time. An interference of this sort was supposed to be necessary to prevent that monopoly on the part of the bakers which it was feared might otherwise take place.--But it is needless, perhaps, to say that this apprehension was of the most futile description. The trade of a baker is one that may be easily learned, and it
An Eventful gun. --The Memphis Argus gives the following account of a gun captured at Vicksburg: In the year 1768, in La Belle France, it first came into existence. It was christened with the Royal Crown and Cypher of the kingdom. It is an iron gun, its make antique, looking like old- time cannon, moulded when the world was not as old by centuries as now. Its calibre is that of a 36-pounder. On the 25th day of April, in the years of grace 1777, Lafayette landed in Charleston; with him landed the gun, cast in France, and bearing the imprint of royalty, which in future was to open its iron throat and bellow out, "Down with King and tyranny, and up with the star of a free people and a free Government." All through the war of the Revolution its voice resounded with those of our fathers in their shouts of battle and of victory. At the close of the Revolutionary war it was taken to New Orleans and kept there until the second war with Great Britain, when it took an active
An Eventful gun. --The Memphis Argus gives the following account of a gun captured at Vicksburg: In the year 1768, in La Belle France, it first came into existence. It was christened with the Royal Crown and Cypher of the kingdom. It is an iron gun, its make antique, looking like old- time cannon, moulded when the world was not as old by centuries as now. Its calibre is that of a 36-pounder. On the 25th day of April, in the years of grace 1777, Lafayette landed in Charleston; with him landed the gun, cast in France, and bearing the imprint of royalty, which in future was to open its iron throat and bellow out, "Down with King and tyranny, and up with the star of a free people and a free Government." All through the war of the Revolution its voice resounded with those of our fathers in their shouts of battle and of victory. At the close of the Revolutionary war it was taken to New Orleans and kept there until the second war with Great Britain, when it took an active
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