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j J "SAcitRD ftoii/ '' V! :ST;;;:N VICOI?;!.-., ( ! August ti, liS'o], j [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

\ j J "SAcitRD ftoii/ '' \V! :ST;;;:N VICOI?;!.-., ( ! August ti, liS'o], j ! ¦ for the alesseili'e'l'. . j ( ' 4 ; j Messrs. Rilehu: </' JenniiHrs: — Jn my last i io tin; "Mi;s»eiie.>r" 1 nuliced [la; iiioye-: (aent ot (:, !!. tiuops under the command j ot thai. ls,.\. e; .h.'C:i'ie.i Ka.r.iwhe., whit it [scorned te be on a \ * i,,i'. to i \-Cu\einor . Wi-ia'.f camp, ii^f 'harlestown. 1 also noticed all exi'e.hii'oi; co;;ion-:.il el a mirlion j ': ! oi f.'en. iin/.i la-iao/.'ec'jiiimauii, Wiiieltto di a Soiii/i^'ily dircctio'i /."om Clarksl.'t.-rij, I seemingl y v.'i'di a viuw oi' crossinc; Wise's \ Jiclh in case he and his cuii oi' the F. F.'s . ; should take i; iato tlcir heads to be absent j I ¦ it the arrival of Gc-it. Cox. Well, Uen. Cox, it sct'ino, Iras arrivt-d ;.t CharlestoWu and has iioisteii ihe Siara and Stripes on the C'.itt't Mouse, ii: place oi the snake./tu^r wjiitli has been rei^niiiL;' predominai;! in that place for six vveekr, or more. On ...

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fi.;.o .i.y;- ia;; O!-' S , ,T ixtV - KH. 1 jul , I¦¦:.',. it: " i. I [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

fi.;.o .i.y;- ia;; O!-' S , ,T ixtV - KH. 1 jul , I¦¦:.',. it: " i. I J-'., ¦ :i-.,-; Messenger. . ''i"i'.»;.; o-'l;lif._t i:;W i I.Mt o-e-e ! J y.'i ' ¦ e - IO ::¦ : ¦ .:) !...: ..„ .eoii y >jr, . r.ill! l!:;V. -:.i .:: tiie c-;tii.try. i hav,\ iiee;!eciiM' '.wiliiip; I. t oe, ocii-a- busiJy inrra;; 'eJ 'i! 'he va.io.i-; ;:.tr'it,.j o,'j> .'t . . V'. L - fact is £h/» . /ils-.' - ic'.ed aht. of tee cc'tt-ry almost paralis ¦¦ ..'•I ma so ,nii»ii-ihaVd had not l.-ea.". foi ia; :.! .r'arvoft ¦;- no') 'leir'v '.y .r here, i . | ylclilllIi^aTi.rie II,;; ,;,05i hoilOllfll/ Crops lliattvi^li'-ie te-a i„i y.-ais. h ¦ ,v.',i.|j.j make itba faun, t', i.iari |. „p iwth j„y, ¦! the ; .country was at peace, hm unf.rrlun-itel y • . this is not tin, and when the time will caiio ¦ that oar ouce happy, bat now der.iri ad , and t.hstiaci.af country will he lostuiu/to : peace and prosperity is hard to tell. The' j Ion;; talked of period soom-i to have eocio ; at last. The North...

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, Henry Clay ou the Mvits ofAbolulouigm. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

, Henry Clay ou the Mvits ofAbolulouigm. ! "---^¦'lyp'w—lonm llie' M t/lullii Bcr..it.ii, ai. ¦ I IK; masses arc becoming justl y alarmed at ttie danger oi -i forcible and sudden alio - lot.,n of slavery , with all the evils of an ignorant and semi-huibarons hoide of nogioi.s swariiiinp; itilo our und.-ii. Tha !act thai Senator i'oiilcioy, of Kansas, has introduced a bill lulu the. hic-nate, (which .UJ» pa.ned ilu sooond reading,; declaring slavery aboli-heil io tin, .Stat, a whieii have rt.-beilud, and iiutme lir.g ttm fit ni. n. (o issue: a pr.ielatuatii.ii lo 'itak ei'.'e.-.i, lugnii,-er with the fact thai tile i;oii!iolln;o ,h:)aoiit of the Republic..ui ji.iriy is ao i'.i.',.; oi m.tt-'.lll'r this U u.w i,,; 111, oiioi-e,:- ,:-. J-,.,,.r..- : c-aoiiiit fad I., aroes;' .) all ihinhn;^ uiet! lo 11 : i.'aiige.i - i i -.ee.i: at; , vent. j In thi., laaiiioCiioa Hiiihiug could tin j i..t ie appiv-pii lie l],lo liiO b:lon ~ id ll e 1:0-! mortal Clay, to (in. Rev. Waile, Coko...

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A Poor Iifxcise, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

A Poor Iifxcise, A standing and n very weak argument advanced in justification ofevery infraction of Ihe Conslitution o! Ihe United States which necessity may seemto rendur necessary, ia that the rebnfi liali iually disregard ihe ('oiistitutifiii. So they do— 'aiidjliat is the very reason why it is nce-essary lo use force in order to compel U,om to obey.— iie-caiise they are ireaeh«ro(.s to the Const,tiilic-n is no reason why w,; should tramp le upon it. A bad example ought to be avoided, not followed. If tht-iracts are to a fiord justification ot' our acts, then we would be excusable in rushinsr inio rebellion because ihey have rebelled. Away with such miserable sophistry ! The Constitution has not ceased to ho the supreme law of the land, though it is as-iai|.:d on the one hand by armed rebels, and on tin; other by sublli; enemies, who insist upon treating it re., an old worn-out suit ofclothes.— Harrisburg V air lot.

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A Blotv I'ctwccu the E;-».- . [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

A Blotv I'ctwccu the E;-».- . Tho Springfield (.Vla.M.) IlepuhU-an, in a late issue said. '• Among a certain class of Democrats there are imiiealions of an attempt to gel. a co'vipieniise peace movement. The men who make; (Ins pencil movement may possibly '.neaii well, bill the supposition is at Die expense of their good sense, untl their proposition vwl! find fi-w suppi r'.ers, while it will generally excite oil', v tin i nm- j lion." ' n To which th" New York Jounvi' o'l.'n;; ¦ imrCL portiiieiilly replies: % The Repulilican te.av, perhaps, real! I the Words oljl'rest'dpnl laneeln's Inittg.iral j Message, in which he su vs : '• S'tip|:.o:c yu go to war; 30,11 cannot fight always.— j And if hen aftir much loss onlmlh sidr-i, I'-ad } no gain on either, you case fig hting, 'he \ iiUntixal t/tirstion as lo ti rni" of intercourse, are : (tgaia ur.Vii t;ou." 1

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' ^mi&m fPTf£ffiH s^ _ %fi.'Se^.-^'it Lyi: ¦ -, & Bm-mmimiWM [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

' ^mi&m fPTf£ffiH s^ _ %fi\.'Se^.-^'it Lyi: ¦ -, & Bm-mmimiWM ,. ...... oy.se, ,,, rs^^M t. '.v uf thejtuui-i! a ?ui^ca a, 'I'-^l .»!¦ eiotufl'uacs: ..f 'i.- :'.;! _, . i-.uw.ious; bu^^ Vi-tli iho a;J of '. ;;.•..-¦ 1 -.of iai the «i.rc;| ot plain eoiiii^O'i .. ., 1!..-» .nav lie urdc -0 j .¦a, - -.;;:- iho \v.-w... ^1.) ^(. Ji c pu.«anJ , Jj h.-il-h -IL ..... . • uifc^iijilijh ihi.i tic-. -iri. „ 1 i)lji-et lil^ til.- .-,;.-.,.: . . pUi'sU^ ia CCltuinU . ih.t *.hieh :.'.{¦ ; ; .-'ii:. -. - . -..annul :'tate cV_ o-a- - - • -. ' ,'he ;•_-.. • '.a:...r I.. .L' .ktd sfrcnvitli ncif ::¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ i-'"~-thi'.-j :..; , ..::. ia,. lioatcttcr has it-¦ . '!•¦¦ -.: I ; . fit > i--..i;a;iy a iifcbiratian l.ea-Jiij; !..: a a,e. ,- : fa a; not :. aeiv ia-Chiac, but oiic 1....I !i..a \ .. ita-; lar ytr,••.-;. giving satl.ifac-¦e..;n 1, nil \.i,a have urea it. - The Kilters • -.. ¦fa: > -oW: ialti t.i tui ii.a ti.oiia.c5i, foiveit. eat i't ::- . i:;,i -.,.,.'_ aai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

H ^5XJ3I!01?E: a.XO Olli. TMK NKW IMUCTr'M-lIhiri'- CUITS -l':.n (' * tli'' (in-t'.iniUlui ti( ttutxlU: rcii'JVt: tilt- j'Uiu ani \ m\ -' • <"k llH: f!KJ-.'J.-:i.-. Vii>\ ~ . I>*: Or.-iilT'- i^I-r!iic nil jy ifn- rn iirv^l of H ^ »t- e f fi.r t('.« (iilltnvii-" <nut vvtvythin^ :) » - J- ?- '"** Curt'-! li'li'-iiji::iiisiM nl'u-u in i\ tt:iy. t'tn-f- \i;iir;i]iii:\ 'r'n-iSii'i i ¦¦ . l\vu Miinnles. t'lirt'sCnun in Si'iiiKirli t-ve- mitntii.s Cuits liiiru.-. Wuiintls, iiiui-'!,i. unu 1'.» ibre« IJILV ^ I Curtis Uv.:iit;i'-v, iilici ii iii;iinit.s. «Jun:^ iC;if Aii'.ii *'. iSliti'.NtvW. A^ JJLS untipifbT Ctirrs I'jiiv-;, S\vi:Hifii (if.trxi.-;, fn ilavs, Vutfs F.-.Unis, JJrohcn ila-i^l^, Suit UhfUM, i.v.* i ¦ nix tlayin. j -- Cfj;-:..-* Vf'sh:-) ;'frl ;nnl t'bjJM.iius. aunti, lii,\;. /(•-\< 1 Cures A inn- atnt i'Vvr. otit: 1u \s.\\ \\i.\- ¦:: 1 ti , ¦: 1 iiecViHl-* MM'( ."' rnCii/iiiis .uitTlinil.-i. - -- * - Ciirus tif;ihn;t\s in din h> four...

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Cold I Hooded. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Cold I Hooded. I An abolition tnciid.'er of (!(in<"'ross IVom tin; C'iovfhml, (Ohio,) district, nnnietJ Raltile, who was a sj,.','t:ilrir at linli Rim, ivdics I to tin: l.eajtr a iniivt iinl' cclint; dcscripfo'i j uf the roll eat lioin iiip hntll'-ficld. In .-.JH-. I - | liinjr of the elftirl-i of tin: uaitindi'd a.-nl j wcin out soldier-, foeret on liia carriiijic, hi; 1 says: i " As \vt! passed the (>oor dnmcnlcdi c.v-! hnnetcd wciclics wlm I'milil not cliinh into ; the hioh cliibo bao-a-aoe -vaeoiis, Cr.oy made ¦ iriinitc i-fFm-ts '.) oi9*oniei ;ii;.l i;>! ; -esa'v:: » \ ricgc. 'j'tloy "-i-oone:! o ev;;-'rtvii: .'. , iie.d i pot on tt, it, and tiverit ai;.| '::ir,l or. ,i us . "very nary to ;::Ue lliem on. U'e li.-.d lo /,; rough if i!A i' i ¦ „;. .ItJ/rg 'ir - : lo.ol. J -njuioi to :i '¦land still ;.hi wc had /.- push them , ¦; '; and throw lain r. :!. Tinai'y JlroTn ar.,1 7, yiih < ¦ iiiihil en-ii, hr-pt ikem out, nlthnvh -or.?, poor iis i-it g...

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VAIiEIHCTOKr. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

VAIiEIHCTOKr. With trie present issue oflho Mezseng-T \ my connection with it will cease, ai:J it ! will hereafter bo isssttcd by a r.t.% fin-..— i ft may not be improper fur mo io say a few j words here by way of conclusion. A lit tic ; more than two years since, Maj. Jas. \V. Hays became} associated with Col. Jen- n in era as one of tho IHdilora of ibis paper for a limited time. Some time thereafter his duties demanded Lis a:iemiu;! else- j whore, and I was earnestly solicited by j him as well as by many of my friends, to become tho purchaser of his micros! and j assist in the management of the paper during the remainder of his term ; after i consideration I concluded to do so, and ihe I arrangement was immediately made. Mr. Pauley being now desirous to dis- i pose of his interest iu the eslabliscinent, i and Mr. Jones having signified hia wilU | inguess to purchase, I was addressed by '< the latter gentleman to know whether I would dispose of my interest therein to h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

* v -wwvwwsrr- *T ~ *^". . .-ym-" m>*.-'*'*V'jr*> »>».;3ii«JCB * 's'Si ¦ TiV:-. t•'. - ¦ ' rRF.r.nvENT JltnOTt. ¦JAMES LI NOSEY, ESQ of Oioene rniinit ¦ AssociATio .irnciKs. HON JONATHAN GARRMJ!) of Creetie luwnshitt. COL. T. P..POLLOCK, ut itlurjran tnwnsliiii ASSEJir.l.Y. l\ DOSLF.Y , F.RC}. . ot' IVrry Iiiviai-liip. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. U. A M'CONNELL, ESQ, . ..I Minimi iimaailiili SHERIFF. ' TIIOS. LUCAS , E?Q, tii Ctlinl'e'rlaiitl ttnvnaliiit. TREASURER. JOSEPH P. RANDOLPH, uf J-jHereon lotvntfliii, COMMISSIONER. DA NI EL Til ROCK MOP.Tf iN, nf Franklin tiiivisliip AUIUTOB. ; TIIOS. SCOTT, j i.l VVliudy township CORONER. JOHN BRADLEY, j of Maiiiill lovvnsliip. j

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§tUhx Cledion. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

§tUhx Cledion. TO THE VOTERS OF TIIE FOURTEENTH JU DtC'UL D'STRHITOF PF.NNSV.LVA.N1A, COMPOSED OF TIIE COUNTIES OF WASHINGTON, FAYETTE kKU G»EENE: I am a Candidate for Election in October next; for the office oli PRESIDENT JUDGE ot Jaaur Courts : and am • Your obed't scr'vt, 't e) • JAS. VEECH. Sheriffalty. To tha Citizens of Greene County. Ftillnw Citizens! Infitir myself .to ynur cnnsiitcrritinn, a.s a cainlitlntt; fur lilt; office of Sheriff, at llie 11e.it Ocr (uliei- clia-lion, anil should 1 rcccivu a majtirily of your sutlii'lti's, I promise lo discharge tile duties of saiiitifflce wiiti hoiiesty, impartiality, and fidelity, to ihe liest of my ability. JAs. ACKLIN. Fiaiik'in |p., April22, "61. Agricultural Fair. The iiinlh aiiiiiial t xliihitinn of the GRUENE COUNTY AliUllill.TUKAI. SOCIETY, will \,» held at Car midiiiils, (.'..faicCiniity, Pa., on the 1U(A and IIlA of October, lstil. Mowing itincliimu will be tested on Wednesday, Hie -2-llh of July, as above, of whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

PECIBTBR'S PTOTIML Noiife ?h'-ri'liy gii-rn to iirli"Wtirii?i n may concern, that din uiuieipirnetl, Kxccvtrirs .Admimittrntors and Crtianliittiii, have m.-lereil Uteir pevmal acc*onli io b« pulilisiiett for settlement nt Septelniiev TerSt, 1801, and that piai.t aretiuntrf will he filed RCforrhnp to law, and presented to iho (>r|>lln,l3, Court for the County of C. 'reene, Stale of Pennsylvania, .jit san! Term, on Wednesday, tin; 18th day oi September, at 1 o'clock, P. M , for cnitfirhiatian uud alkiwam-.e. N. It.—Said accounts must !>e on file thirty day? pre ceiling the Hitting of paid Court. JUSTUS F. TEMPLE, Register. TIic acrntiut of William Pareel, A-dimmMrator of the Estate nf Solomon L. Parcel, flec*U. The account of Daniel Bencr and Hannah Poner, Administrator of the Estate of John Porter, dee'd. The paiiia! account of John Phelan and Jesse Lazesr, Rs(|"r-, Administrators of Renicmbraneo II. Liidgcy, dee'd. Ti- ¦ Recount o f Solomon Gordon and Anno Tut...

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To Slie PaUons ©f ISic JJlcsseu- ' ger. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

To Slie PaUons ©f ISic JJlcsseu- ' ger. It wll! bo seen, l>y tho foregoing an- j nuunoement, tiiat the uniiorsionctl litis bo- ! com.'; ¦tssociatcd wit Ii Col. JENNINOS in the ; piiblittaftun and editorial managcmo.nt off this journal. Incutcrit!'' on Iho discharge- l ot' Ihi; unties devolved, upon him by this! new relation, tho undersigned mny bu ex- j pocted to indicate the general courje pro- I posed to be pursued in the conduct cf iho paper. In this regard lie has to say that it will he his aim to render it dignified and respectful in its tone toward nion ot nil shades nud varieties of political opinicn, out zctiious and decided ii i:o advocacy oi' the doctrines and policy ol' the Democratic party as set forth in the " Cincinnati Platform." Attributing, in great degrfc, our UIK signal prosperity aa a people for ihe past sixty years to the beneficent influences of the principles and measure's ot this liine-honored party, wc would bo recreant to duty and false tu co...

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To the Afflicted. * [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

To the Afflicted. * We again call the attention of the sick and afflicted to the fact that Dr. F. Whittlesey, Uroscopian physician, wijl visit Waynesburg again on Monday and Tues* day the 2Gth and 27th of thu present month. During hisjforir.er visit to . lhis, place, he took a number of patients under hischarge, and furnished them with medicines; and he now respectfully solicits others to come and see the effects of his treatment. His medicines arc purely vegitable—the virtues of which arc known onl y to those who practise the German, Reform System. No charge is made lor consultation and ad vice, and the sick and afflicted would do well to avail themselves of this opportunity of consulting with tjiis gentleman, lie wilt aot remain longer than until the mor-> ning of tho 23th iriat. ' Mrs. fi*r. Forrester. Wo are pleased to s%y to our readers that by special request this lady v ill visit Waynesbtrgh ar-oin on Wednesday * the 2fi!ft of August inst. ind will remain unt...

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Peace ReKOlszUcais. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Peace ReKOlszUcais. U'e publish in to-day's paper, the peace rceoUnion.3 offered hy Mr. Cox, of Ohio, in the House of Representative.), during it Extra Session, Mr. C. seetns not to have given up all hops and der.iro fcr a peaceable adjustment; and hence made one|r.ioi'c effort to assurtain how many preferred a settlement by a conference to that by the bayonet. We are unable to see anything iu the resolutions of Mr. C. that could bo distasteful to any one except 4iim who loves war for its own sake, and who prefers its blighting and demoralizing tendencies to the happiness and prosperity consequent on a state of peacejjyet wefind these resolutions were not even permitted to come into the House. Mr. Washburne of 111. objected, and was sustained in that objeclion by a large vote. By whoso voles these resolutions were excluded from the House, will be seen by reference to the resolutions themselves in another column.*. .— ——* ¦ » ?.*-

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I'esscc Kesolntloas. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

I'esscc Kesolntloas. The following resolution! were ofl'cred by Mr. <Jox, of Ohio, in the House ofllep-: rescnlativer, on Monday tho 2l)th nit. I J Mr. Cox, of Ohio asked leave lo inlrodu> cc tho following: j Whereas, h is the part of rational brings I lo terminate iheir differences by rational j methods, and in as much as the differences j between the United Slates authorities and the elevpn receding States have resulted in a state of war, characterized by bitter hostilities and extreme atrocity, and although the party iii die seceding States are guilty of breaking the National unity and resisting thu lawful authority, yet be it. Resolved, That while we make increased exertions hy our array and navy to maintain the integrity and stability of this Government tht: c-iminon laws of war, those maxims of humanity, moderation and honor, which are a pari of the code international, ought to bo observed hy both parlies, and for a stronger reason than exists lor such ob...

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Pittsburgh Legal Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Pittsburgh Legal Journal. We would call thu attention ot the members of the Bar, who are not subscribers to this Journal, that it is now the commences ment of a new volume, and the proper time to subscribe. We have been receiving the Journal, for some time and believe it an excclloitft'fic for the man whoso attention .is directed toward the Law. Price $2,00. Address, THOS. J. KEEN AN, PITTSBURGH.

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Ken. Joshua B. Howell. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Ken. Joshua B. Howell. This gentleman, we learn from tho Genius of Liberty, has been appointed and commissioned a Colonel, and authorized to raise a regiment for three years service. The General, we have no doubt, will make an able and efficient officer, and will do excellent service for the country. giSF-Gon. Morris will address the citizens of Jollytown and vicinity, on the distracted stale of the country, on Saturday next, (he 2ith of August. Also, ihe citizens of Rogersvil'c, on Saturday, the Dftu of August, when he will ask fur recruits fur the I). fc>. service. Co? 'Ihe following bill was introduced into the r.enato on the 10rh day of July, f-fil, by Mr. Pomo'cy, of Kansas: (The preamble aeCoiii| i;i:iyin;. ihe hill we omit, 00 have. ; rooai loo il to-day.) Pi it en iclc.il hy iho ffate nniT House 01 liepi'e-YiUaiivi-.-. ; oi 'ihe United Staler, of /.t.'i'f-'t.! in f o;t;:. - erjs riaeiui.-.e.!, That from ai't! ;.fi( c the pre.;.-: - otf tii . i, «ei. t!, ,.;.; o^...

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The ESame near s&»'iiiga£lO. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

The ESame near s&»'iiiga£lO. from the dispatches published elsewhere, it will he seen lhat a hioo.ly batth has been fought near Springfield, Mo.— The accounts are full and need no comment in order lo a correct understanding, Uolovv wc subjoin iho onieial report of J, C. Frcmc-nl, Maj. Gen. Commanding: MAJOR GliNlCitiM, fUKMONT's KBPuttT. The following official report from Gen, Fremont—dated, be it remembered, on the 13th, and before fuller accounts had arrived—was received by Gen. Scott: Gen. Lyon, in three columns, under command of himself, ISiegel and Sturgess, attacked the enemy £t six and a half o'clock on the morning of the 10th, nine miles south-east of Springfield. The engagement was severe. Our loss was about 800 killed and wounded. Gen Lyon was killed in a charge at iho head of his column. Our force was about 8,000, including 2,000 Homo Guards. The muster-roll reported to have been taken from the enemy gives their force at "2-3,000, including regime-fits fro...

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CariSMaSill and S!ie W;53-. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

CariSMaSill and S!ie W;53-. Then: it no trtiih, telegraphs Colono Forney, in the icporls that. Co iiiahli pro poses to Ivdp to; mil of our troubles, A gentleman, personally actpiaiuied vviili Gaiiliahli and his see received a |o|tr.i from llie letter a lew deys ago, in which the son says he desired liimsel! to eoine out and lake a part in the struggle rfow going on here for liberty, but that his father objected, (in the ground that ours was a family ipiariel, and could be ssttled more easily without foreign interference than with it; that it was based on a political question in which the nations were not intrestcd, and in the settelment of which lh.e.y could not become parties. These are now the views and sentiments of Garibaldi as expressed b y his yen in a private correspondence ofjvery late date. We learn from other sources that the ^Government understanding lhat Garibaldi would accept a commisssion in our services if properly approached, sent him a high offer by the last s...

Publication Title: Waynesburg Messenger
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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