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Wanted. --forty Negroes wanted immediately — good hands — to aid in saving a sugar crop during the next four months, in the interior of Louisiana, above Baton Rouge. Men preferred at $1 per day and found; women in proportion. An excellent opportunity is offered for that force, permanently, on shares, on the place, in full operation. I refer to the members of the old house of Dunlop, Moncure & Co., Richmond Direct to A. A. Williams, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. se 9--
Baton Rouge, La., was visited with a destructive fire on Saturday, the ult., which consumed 400,000 worth of property.
Fatal accident. --The Baton Rouge (La.) Advocate, of the 10th, says: Dr. Drozin Cloatre, of the parish of St. Charles, was instantly killed by a kick from his horse. The accident occurred on the plantation of Capt. Trinidad, in the parish of West Baton Rouge, on Friday evening last.
Lieutenant Moore, of Georgia, was killed by the accidental running off of a train of cars on the Brunswick (Ga.) Railroad on Sunday night last. The residence of the late Dr. Harney, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, now the property of General Harney, of the Federal Army, is to be immediately confiscated. The Buffalo (N. Y.) Courier states, on the authority of Thurlow Weed, that Mr. Lincoln has expressed his regret that he did not support Mr. Crittenden's propositions of last winter. Very probable. It is reported that a single discharge from the 128-pounder, mounted in the batteries at Columbus, Kentucky, killed twenty of the enemy and one horse. Shipe, who killed Anderson at Winchester a few months since, has been sentenced to the penitentiary for 18 years. Miller, who shot Capt. Henderson a month or two since in Jefferson county, has been sentenced to be shot. Major Slemmer is quite sick at Putlinville, Va. His wife has been telegraphed for and has lef
and has authorized the Governor to callout sixty companies of volunteers for immediate service. Dr. Edward Brooks Everett, son of Hon. Edward Everett, died at the residence of his father, in Boston, on Monday week, at the age of 31 years. The barn of William Mountcastle, and stable of J. L. Moses, residing near Knoxville, Tenneesee, were destroyed by fire a few nights since. Both were works of the incendiary. One teaspoonful of flour of sulphur, taken every night on going to bed, is said to be an excellent preventive from pneumonia and camp fever. By order of the Governor of Georgia a large lot of salt was seized at Macon a few days since. The day for salt speculators in Georgia has passed. The report that Gen. Roussean, of the Lincoin army in Missouri, had resigned, is incorrect. He still clings to the not doubtful honor with the Yankee tenacity. Judge Thomas Dukes Morgan, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, died at his residence in st place a few days since.
The Texas Intelligencer says an old man named Samuel Lane was killed by Indians about two miles from the town of Comfort, in Kerr county. B. Dupay, an old resident of Baton Rouge, La., committed suicide on Thursday, the 12th instant. The Legislature of Georgia has passed a bill allowing defendants in divorce cases to marry again after the expiration of one year from the date of such divorce.
e orders, we know not; but we happen to have the official figures showing the number that went under the single order of 30th of May, 1860. The number, the kind of arms respectively, and their destination, transferred under this order dated May 30th, 1860, were as follows: Firnus's Muskets.Allured Muskets.Percue's Risles. Charleston (S. C.) Arsenal.9,2005,7202,000 North Carolina Arsenal15,4089,2,000 Augusta (Ge) Arsenal12,3807,6202,000 Mt. Vernon, Ala.9,2305,7202,000 Baton Rouge, La.18,82011,4202,000 The number of arms transferred to these arsenals under this order, being 114,868.--Thus the South was armed in spite of herself, in spite of her persistent blindness to the future, and obliviousness to the fate impending over her. It may suit the purposes of the North to condemn the act of Secretary Floyd as felonious and treasonable; it may gratify the malice of a few Southern citizens to own the impeachment; but that the circumstances of the South, irrespect
The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1862., [Electronic resource], An English opinion of the War in America. (search)
l, Richmond, Va., Capt. B. G. B ldwin. ville A nal, Fayetteville, N. C., Capt J. C. Booth Charleston Arsenal, Charleston, S. C. Capt. L. Child. Augusta Augusta, Ga., Lt. Col. S. G. Mount Vernon Arsenal, Mount Vernen, Ala., Capt. J. L. White. Columbia Depot; Columbus, Miss., Major W. R. Hunt. Atlanta Depot, Atlanta, Ga. Lieut. M. H. Wright. Savannah Depot, Savannah. Ga., Capt. R. M. Cuyley, Knoxville Depot, Knoxville, Tens., Lieut. F. M. McC B Arsenal, Baton Rouge, La., F. C. Hum Military Storekeeper. Montgomery Depot, Montgomery, Ala., C. G. Wagner Military Storekeeper. The Government will pay all charges to these places, and receipts will be promptly returned to the proper parties. Persons and congregations placing their at the service of the Government, are requested to send a statement of the fact, with a description and weight of the bell, to the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance at Richmond, for record in the War Department.
in, Griffin, Georgia. Ezekiel S. Chandler, Milledgeville, Georgia, Wm Woods, Madison, Georgia. Washington Poe, Macon, Georgia. Robt H. Glass, Lynchburg, Virginia. Wm M Kebity Co. Charlottesville, Virginia. George Saucer, Abingdon, Virginia. Wm Wertenbaker, University of Virginia, Virginia. Levi L. Stevenson, Staunton, Va. John K Cooke, Portsmouth, Va. Augustus M. Vaughan, Norfolk, Va., Wm E Bass, Petersburg, Va. Thos B Plunkett, Lexington, Va. Joseph McCormick, Baton Rouge, La. John W. Taber, Natchitoches, La. Eugene R. Blassat, Alexandria, La. Alfred Huger, Charleston, South Carolina. James B. Glass, Columbia, S. C. Thos W. Pegues, Camden, S. C. Wm McNutty, Georgetown, S. C. Benj F Simmons, Apalachicola, Florida. Thos E Jordan; Pensacola, Fla, Miles Nash, Tallahassee, Fla. Chas W. Charlton, Knoxville, Tenn. H. T. Philips, Chattanooga. Tenn. Matthew C. Galloway, Memphis, Tenn. Hugh Black, Eufaula, Ala. Wm Howell, Marion, Ala. Joh
Mr. Edward Johnson, Marshal of the city of Macon, Ga., was bitten by a rattlesnake on the finger Friday, and at last accounts was considered in a dangerous condition. The Mobile Tribune understands that the railroad is forbidden to carry passengers (except soldiers) to Corinth. The Jackson Mississippians says that it is reported that the Federal flag was floating over the Capitol at Baton Rouge, La. General Capers, late of the Georgia State troops has been appointed a Brigadier-General in the Confederate service,
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