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New York (New York, United States) (search for this): article 1
The Northern elections. The elections thus far seem to have gone largely in favor of the Democratic party. Both Ohio and Pennsylvania have returned a majority of Democratic representatives to Congress, and persons well acquainted with New York politics believe that the city of New York will give a majority of 40,000 for the Democratic ticket. In the meantime, however, Bennett, who but the other day published an article in which he foreshadowed curses that have fallen on no city since the fall of Jerusalem as destined to fall upon New York in the event of Wadsworth's election, has faced to the right about and shouts vehemently for that very Wadsworth. Perhaps he may have received orders from Washington — perhaps he may have been bribed, as some of our contemporaries conjecture — but the most probable surmise is that he sees something in the atmosphere which indicates the certain election of his new favorite. It can make very little difference with us, we imagine, whether t
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 1
The Northern elections. The elections thus far seem to have gone largely in favor of the Democratic party. Both Ohio and Pennsylvania have returned a majority of Democratic representatives to Congress, and persons well acquainted with New York politics believe that the city of New York will give a majority of 40,000 for the Democratic ticket. In the meantime, however, Bennett, who but the other day published an article in which he foreshadowed curses that have fallen on no city since the fall of Jerusalem as destined to fall upon New York in the event of Wadsworth's election, has faced to the right about and shouts vehemently for that very Wadsworth. Perhaps he may have received orders from Washington — perhaps he may have been bribed, as some of our contemporaries conjecture — but the most probable surmise is that he sees something in the atmosphere which indicates the certain election of his new favorite. It can make very little difference with us, we imagine, whether t
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
esources; we have as much as we can do to pay off ours. We cannot consent to return to the state of vassalage from which we have emerged. We cannot consent to sit in a Congress in which nothing is debated but the nigger from the beginning of the longest session to the end of it. We can never again affiliate with people who made a martyr of the cold-blooded assassin, John Brown, and thought he was doing a glorious deed when he was dying his hands in the blood of our people.--We of the Confederate States made up our minds to endure the worst extremity to which war can reduce a people. We are prepared for it. The Government that should propose to reunite us with the Yankees could not exist a day. It would sink so deep beneath the deluge of popular indignation that even history would not be able to fish up the wreck. It can make no difference to us, then, what party prevails in the coming elections in the North.--Neither is likely to propose anything that the South will accept. Bo
For hire --For the balance of the year, a splendid Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply to Geo. Hagadorn, Main street, between 18th and 19th. oc 21--1t*
George Hagadorn (search for this): article 1
For hire --For the balance of the year, a splendid Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply to Geo. Hagadorn, Main street, between 18th and 19th. oc 21--1t*
October 20th (search for this): article 1
Further from Kentucky. Chattanooga, Oct. 20. --The last we have from Bragg's army he was at London, Ky., falling back in order towards Cumberland Gap. Buell has a very large army, and endeavored to flank Bragg while at Camp Dick Robinson, which was prevented by this retreat. Buell is yet endeavoring to flank him and there may be a battle any day. The report that our army took a large number of prisoners at Perryville, proves incorrect.
Braxton Bragg (search for this): article 1
Further from Kentucky. Chattanooga, Oct. 20. --The last we have from Bragg's army he was at London, Ky., falling back in order towards Cumberland Gap. Buell has a very large army, and endeavored to flank Bragg while at Camp Dick Robinson, which was prevented by this retreat. Buell is yet endeavoring to flank him and there may be a battle any day. The report that our army took a large number of prisoners at Perryville, proves incorrect. Further from Kentucky. Chattanooga, Oct. 20. --The last we have from Bragg's army he was at London, Ky., falling back in order towards Cumberland Gap. Buell has a very large army, and endeavored to flank Bragg while at Camp Dick Robinson, which was prevented by this retreat. Buell is yet endeavoring to flank him and there may be a battle any day. The report that our army took a large number of prisoners at Perryville, proves incorrect.
Gen Buell (search for this): article 1
Further from Kentucky. Chattanooga, Oct. 20. --The last we have from Bragg's army he was at London, Ky., falling back in order towards Cumberland Gap. Buell has a very large army, and endeavored to flank Bragg while at Camp Dick Robinson, which was prevented by this retreat. Buell is yet endeavoring to flank him and there may be a battle any day. The report that our army took a large number of prisoners at Perryville, proves incorrect. Further from Kentucky. Chattanooga, Oct. 20. --The last we have from Bragg's army he was at London, Ky., falling back in order towards Cumberland Gap. Buell has a very large army, and endeavored to flank Bragg while at Camp Dick Robinson, which was prevented by this retreat. Buell is yet endeavoring to flank him and there may be a battle any day. The report that our army took a large number of prisoners at Perryville, proves incorrect.
Perryville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
Further from Kentucky. Chattanooga, Oct. 20. --The last we have from Bragg's army he was at London, Ky., falling back in order towards Cumberland Gap. Buell has a very large army, and endeavored to flank Bragg while at Camp Dick Robinson, which was prevented by this retreat. Buell is yet endeavoring to flank him and there may be a battle any day. The report that our army took a large number of prisoners at Perryville, proves incorrect.
Camp Dick Robinson (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
Further from Kentucky. Chattanooga, Oct. 20. --The last we have from Bragg's army he was at London, Ky., falling back in order towards Cumberland Gap. Buell has a very large army, and endeavored to flank Bragg while at Camp Dick Robinson, which was prevented by this retreat. Buell is yet endeavoring to flank him and there may be a battle any day. The report that our army took a large number of prisoners at Perryville, proves incorrect.
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