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Maple Creek (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
Mr. John C. Spencer, the member of the Alabama House of Representatives from Tuscaloosa county, was found dead in his bed at Montgomery, Alabama, a few days since. A very destructive fire occurred in the town of Greenville, Georgia, on Thursday night last, completely destroying the business part of the west side of the public square. A son of Senator Morris, from Benton co., Tenn., was killed at Maple Creek, in Carroll county, on the 7th inst.
McClellan (search for this): article 3
Mexico Appealing to Lincoln's Government to sustain her against England and France, &c. New York, Nov. 11. --The Herald's special Washington dispatch says that a gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico had just arrived in Washington and reported to President Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whether they would sustain them against the intrigues of Spain. A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Washington Nov. 11th, says that a gentleman, in citizen's dress, and with a pass from Gen. McClellan's headquarters, visited on Saturday all the posts in the left wing of the Federal army, and was recognized on his return to Alexandria as an officer in the rebel army.
November 11th (search for this): article 3
Mexico Appealing to Lincoln's Government to sustain her against England and France, &c. New York, Nov. 11. --The Herald's special Washington dispatch says that a gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico had just arrived in Washington and reported to President Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whether they would sustain them against the intrigues of Spain. A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Washington Nov. 11th, says that a gentleman, in citizen's dress, and with a pass from Gen. McClellan's headquarters, visited on Saturday all the posts in the left wing of the Federal army, and was recognized on his return to Alexandria as an officer in the rebel army.
Abe Lincoln (search for this): article 3
Mexico Appealing to Lincoln's Government to sustain her against England and France, &c. New York, Nov. 11. --The Herald's special Washington dispatch says that a gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico had just arrived in Washington and reported to President Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government wPresident Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whether they would sustain them against the intrigues of Spain. A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Washington Nov. 11th, says that a gentleman, in citizen's dress, and with a pass from Gen. McClellan's headquarters, visited on Saturday all the posts in the left wing of the Federal army, and was recognized on his return to Alexandria as an officer in the rebel army.
November, 11 AD (search for this): article 3
Mexico Appealing to Lincoln's Government to sustain her against England and France, &c. New York, Nov. 11. --The Herald's special Washington dispatch says that a gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico had just arrived in Washington and reported to President Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whether they would sustain them against the intrigues of Spain. A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Washington Nov. 11th, says that a gentleman, in citizen's dress, and with a pass from Gen. McClellan's headquarters, visited on Saturday all the posts in the left wing of the Federal army, and was recognized on his return to Alexandria as an officer in the rebel army.
France (France) (search for this): article 3
Mexico Appealing to Lincoln's Government to sustain her against England and France, &c. New York, Nov. 11. --The Herald's special Washington dispatch says that a gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico had just arrived in Washington and reported to President Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whntervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whether they would sustain them against the intrigues of Spain. A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Washington Nov. 11th, says that a gentleman, in citizen's dress, and with a pass from Gen. McClellan's headquarters, visited on Saturday all the posts in the left wing of the Federal army, and was recognized on his return to Alexandria as an officer in the rebel army.
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 3
Mexico Appealing to Lincoln's Government to sustain her against England and France, &c. New York, Nov. 11. --The Herald's special Washington dispatch says that a gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico had just arrived in Washington and reported to President Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whMexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whether they would sustain them against the intrigues of Spain. A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Washington Nov. 11th, says that a gentleman, in citizen's dress, and with a pass from Gen. McClellan's headquarters, visited on Saturday all the posts in the left wing of the Federal army, and was recognized on his return to Alexandria as an officer in the rebel army.
Sonora (California, United States) (search for this): article 3
Mexico Appealing to Lincoln's Government to sustain her against England and France, &c. New York, Nov. 11. --The Herald's special Washington dispatch says that a gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico had just arrived in Washington and reported to President Lincoln that the whole West coast of Mexico and Sonora was greatly excited in view of the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain, with their affairs.--They desired to know from the United States Government whether they would sustain them against the intrigues of Spain. A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Washington Nov. 11th, says that a gentleman, in citizen's dress, and with a pass from Gen. McClellan's headquarters, visited on Saturday all the posts in the left wing of the Federal army, and was recognized on his return to Alexandria as an officer in the rebel army.
Direct from the Indian country. The Fort Smith (Ark.) Times, of the 6th instant, says: We learn from Mr. George M. Aird, direct from the Seminale agency, that Opothleyoholo had collected together about 4,000 or 5,000 Indians, and about 1,300 negroes, who had gone to him with the hope of being freed — When Gen. Cooper, at the head of the Creek, Choctaw and Chickasaw regiments, with other Indians, amounting to near 5,000, advanced upon Opothleyoholo's camp, his followers fled, leaving all behind. Opothleyoholo left with a few followers, and has either gone to Salt Plains, or to Kansas Most of his followers are with Col. Cooper, and he has a very large Indian force now with him Col Cooper sent a man after Opothleyoholo, but he had not come in when Mr. Aird left.--All is quiet now. The Seminotes have all the time remained firm friends to the South.
Direct from the Indian country. The Fort Smith (Ark.) Times, of the 6th instant, says: We learn from Mr. George M. Aird, direct from the Seminale agency, that Opothleyoholo had collected together about 4,000 or 5,000 Indians, and about 1,300 negroes, who had gone to him with the hope of being freed — When Gen. Cooper, at the head of the Creek, Choctaw and Chickasaw regiments, with other Indians, amounting to near 5,000, advanced upon Opothleyoholo's camp, his followers fled, leavingw regiments, with other Indians, amounting to near 5,000, advanced upon Opothleyoholo's camp, his followers fled, leaving all behind. Opothleyoholo left with a few followers, and has either gone to Salt Plains, or to Kansas Most of his followers are with Col. Cooper, and he has a very large Indian force now with him Col Cooper sent a man after Opothleyoholo, but he had not come in when Mr. Aird left.--All is quiet now. The Seminotes have all the time remained firm friends to the South.
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