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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 15 June 1861

Fremont Daily Journal SATURDAY, JUNK 18, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editor. Notice. The DailT Joienal has been printed five wees at a ios 10 us, ana tne prospect ot a greater if we should continue. W ith this issue we (hail stop iti publication. All persona who have paid in advance for ihe Daily will receive their money agaiu. Last Night's Despatches. Washington, June 14. Hon. Anson Burling ams has been appuiuted Minuter to Cuius, in view of the refuaal ot Austria to receive hiui. (Evening Post Special.) Col. Parke of Boston, and Col. Mix of New York, have been fully authorized by the War Department to raiae a regiment of Mounted Ki tteiuen for the service ol the Government. A detachment of the 5th Pennsylvania regi ment captured a wealthy planter named W m. Hatton, a member of a rebel cavalry company. ' Ha waa taken to Alexandria. The National Intelligencer atates that Gov rnmirnt will soon tiav all troorje. inclurlinir thn three months as well as the three years volun teers. A clergym...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 15 June 1861

Yesterday's Report. Washington, June 14. A number of friends of the late Senator Douglas, representing vari ous States, assembled to-night fur the purpose of concerting measures td erect a suitable mon ument to his honor, and make preparations for delivering a eulogium upon the deceased on the evening of the 4th of July. Gen. Dix will be commissioned a Major-Gen-eral to-morrow. E. Joy Morris has accepted the mission to Constantinople, and will to-morrow forward to Governor Curtin a resignation of his seat in Congress. The President of the Chesapeake fe Ohio canal had an interview with Gen. Johnson, commander of the rebel forces. He remonstra ted against the destruction "t the dams, boats and other property of the company, claiming thov wei-A the nrnnertv of MnrvfandeiH. John- son laid his orders were positive to destroy all property that could be made to benefit the fed- , erai lorces, auu was uuoeiiau 10 uuk m inu property as belonging to Maryland, for it be- longs to the Abolition...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 15 June 1861

Daily Journal. Insane Ravings of the Virginia Editors. Th Richmond (Va.) Whig, indulge in tbi vulgar and ridiculou absurdity : To be eonqured in open and manly fight by a nation of gentlemen, and ubjecled to their way, might not drive na raving, dis tracted with rage and ihatne; but for the Yankee the most contemptible and de tectable of God creation the vile wretch es, whoa daily sustenance oonsitla in the refusa of all other people for they eat nothing that any body will buy for them to lord it over na the English language moat be enlarged, new word muat be in vented to exprees the extent and depth of oar feeling of mortification ana iname. No, it ii not poesible that we can be reduc ed to a state which there are no words to describe. Instead of this, we must bring these en franchised slaves back to their true condit ion. They have long, very properly, looked npon themselves as our social inferiors as ' our serfs their mean niggerly live their - low, vulgar and sordid occupations,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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