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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 17 June 1861

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Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 17 June 1861

s *eatrewbere g"h~ biesi~ YiP~~~ sbii~at :. il ret fm ailo lei -S iwr sO~tio t. St'en will bet Sthat now snile with the `i .trenible beneath the `" `o 4 .atbstading dimies; soon that were wont to the kisma m4essenagers rbe ieorned with the . ai'\jntan beings; ad soon , reeses waft from her .-ie sonmd of deadly cannon of victory mingled with 2ý `telas of the dying soldier. ' She waited patiently and long be assumiag a conspicaous part in of reveoltion. She stood a en impassible barrier between the eprlagding sections, immovable as sliseb of h'er uountains, and ex ytei~ene hand North and the oth ~ >uth shle counselled pence. But tru*M saw the determined spirit e ?Noeth to fasten upon the South ae badge of bendage; when she aniedi the proclamation of the rulers at Washington calling for men to oserran our sonny land and subju gatrer free born citisens, the old SSlate opten her corselet and shield, aid placing a snowy plume in her hdhet'took the post of danger at the ead of the forlo...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 17 June 1861

>qttJ.'ýº , tCe~ttt··r ice sq cerheiafg wagons A, l fl setntVer of 'iiakespealars ar slities. ~·t..m, A lon L to. ardilty. 10:iaaa treojs W1iTb ·5 ~p Eak1.Uo.lr within ý6ty-siz bouyu The eity Is il a atrneort and all am prepariiag fa' ylggoeaes rslng. Arms are stored in parivate houses. It ia sauthorita tively deteratnied t bombqlid the city frop Fort M e eury on the first sign tf qa spriang. The Enirsenny'a Steamers isn Lake i8rae.a 8ay$t 1. O. Pisayune: An0pessTGmeeso ger arrived in town yesterday from Mr. Ad tfte Dueros' plantation, at the niout'i "df Wryou Bienvenu, which empties into IAe ,Borgne,with information to IMaj. Gen. wiggs, that two fishermen had re ported the arrive 'of two small war steamers in Lake Borgne. one carry ing three guns, and the other a long pivot gun forward. The fishermen stated that the steamers lay off in the lake, and that night before last they sent two boats towards the mouth of the bayou, as was supposed. for ta king soundings. Gen. Twiggs orde...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 17 June 1861

I Iotre T .s: " PiY ~ ~ '-; ·1 jo lower Pers to Ios a sr:-t sti of otgny. u'ga raape4 :" ¶'he eftrion, for e~ Siudivilduahl . ` ,oj& mn, d;he a ! -il-td-o farmer Sdf about five and miomed o be waiting Sc fset and meet i}i. fold mai presently hirmself: 3r preasume, sir," said he, ' litn ire if you are Clement B. " ~ee, asy'.ewd rman," replied the VoU 'it ha bugltiness of mannler, I'a l have no doubt you are Mr. Martin." "Atyour service, sir, replied the other. ""Well, Mr. Martin," continjue( Clement, in the sname tone, "1 began to'isngine you intended to keep me waiting. That would not have been the beest manner in which to have iristitutsd yourself into my good tgaces. ''he old man, instaad of replying, leothids 'bead fall upon his breast as if in deep aliction, and conducted the ne--comer towards a large old fashioried carriage, to which a very rough ioiking horse was harnassed. "Here is your carriage, sir," said Martin. "If you willbegold emnugh to get iin I will have tht e ho...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 24 June 1861

-ig t; .. y s ,.. r- · rf s : x n r. ;3eºY. " 1; , c 4tIt'I ... 4 . 1 PUJBLISIiED EVERlY MONDAY MORNING, AT $z ,0 PER ANNUTM,'IN ADVAN(ICE. . °*. '., VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1861. , , :j Shreveport Weekly News. -0-0-- Published erery Monday Morniing, at O 2.O Per Annuin. -0------ JNO. DIXOINSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. -o 'Ofcer, on Texas s/retd, n.ear thec ,layor's Ofe. g;l*ntrance on Spring street., -- )o OUR TERMS: Specimen ropiesj;ermartded tuny ctd. dress. but ui rubr.ption., a,' ot receit'd unless the money accompanies the name. The News will be sent twuo vears for Four Dollars. TILE DAILY NEW ., it published evrery 7'k.sdy, II1d nesdaq, Thursday, Friday, andl Sat urday morning, at 6t per , :ar to merail subscribcrs. It contains all the late Inews. Any pers.on s.ending the names ofsix subscribers. accolmpanied with the Cnash. for the Daily o(r W'eekly. will be entded to one ropy gratis, fr a year. Our Motto--fione M1anufactur ' [F r thet l)tail r News. To t...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 24 June 1861

tA - ` at you sptta board-.le a1'dt walk at eventiae in the shade t(l .SSUt,.Z trees that embowsd ttmsades. Your Laura, matron a he r beasty, hailk use every maoring with her benlgnant smiles; al yeaor two fair children daily dis Oi-tin iunoeent gainty around my stses. You ask me what has become fa tlat mister of whom I used to speak as ften. when we were sojourners in Aamlebmta wildermesa-her whom Iwas west to engard as the only ar that beekoued me back to my tatives country. The subject is a sad -ses; butte you, faithftllest of friends, I. ea retss nothing. I'ardou me, ifro:fbt.nd my pen dwell too long on Sitiaple ineidents. Some allow .ass esy surely be made for theL prolixity of chastened grief. Alice was my only sister-the .asle survivor of "all my kindred; and it was therefore no marvel that I felt deeply distressed when intelligence of her illness reached me in. a die taut land. searly ten years had elapsed since our separation. She was then a fair-haired, bright-eyed -ihil,...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 24 June 1861

Lsir!W ltM i a or w war. Spedal the Balty News. CAM, Smvms. st RBeg.La. Vol. ,orkblk, Va., June 8, 1861. Der Dai: Neows fromn the seat of war must be very stale by the tise it assrrives at Shreveport by the dilatory postal conveyances which the admlnistrators of the estate of the deeased Uncle Sam have organ lied. Otherwise I would have ven tared a letter some time sle.. Of all plates isasgl able, camp presents lenss failislue for Indulgence In call gaphy. Imagine a man writing any thing Interesting while seated on a stark of bayonets and using a ear tridge box for a desk. His narra tion might smell of powder; but it will hardly savor of wit, fancy or sentiment. Everything written from an eneampment of grim visaged sol diers must be tedious as a "twice told tale." All the secrets and in tentions are known only to those in the "high places." We see or hear but little to brighten the monotonous feature camp life anon presents. To day is .noday. How different from a Sabbath at home. No...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 24 June 1861

Musrs, Editora.--I am glad to see that our papera' republishing' statis tical information relating to the agrt cultural resources of the South. We d everybody, almost, enter tainingthe mistaken notion (which 1 fiBd in the London Times of thty 3d inst., too-but don't wonder at it, for it gets its information from the North,) that the northern States are, and the souther", States are not prolnoing States. There never was a greater mistake. With your consent I will call public attention to sonie striking and interesting facts in this connec tion, to show that the bugbear "*of starving out the South. and cutting eft supplies, etc." may be said with ease, but done with mnuch difficiltv. I will select first, South C'aroliti to run the parallel with, for several reasons, the chief of which is that she has been supposed to produce no thing but cotton and rice, and sle is the most derided and contemuned of all the southern States. Not mnaiv persons suppose that this State, al'ne. produces ne...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 1 July 1861

PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY MORNING, AT $82.50 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, JULY 1, -1861. NO U. Shreveport Weekly News. Published everr3y Jlonday Alorning, at OfR.50 Pler Annuzn. o- JNO. DICKINSON, EDITOIL AND PROPRIE TOR. ---o SOffice, on Texas street, near the IIIayor'tr--icre. IP'Entrance on Spring street._', OUR TERMS: .perimen cigieshricardcud to ny ad dress. Ibut subscriptions are not rcerivr'd unle.s the money accomrlanies the name. ''Th News will be sent two years for Four Dollars. THIIE DAILY NETIV. Is published eerry Tuesrday, WVed nesday, Thurstdr!y, Friday, rind Suat NrdJa morrning, at SS per yearrr to mail sub.sribecrs. It contains all the late news. Any person sending the name.s ufsix su/,scr'bers, accrrrpani d with the Cashl,,fr the Daily or lV"cA/y. will be contchdl to one r-oy y-,ratji, Jf-r a year. (uro l S.lto--, 1-1omm lt nnttcture, U - . 1 1 ,1 t ,l 1) . .' . [It ritten for the Ililly .'(. Latest from lirginia!! J. t(. H.'S L.AST. Iilm...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 1 July 1861

-We qtr. to New Orleais not long since for mrore printing paper, for ti-ar -that aftrhr a ,'lrile it miiglir nh t t be orb •. itlt. at 5s'y price: ind the ,other day rcrt-ivo l a it:w bundles. The oilowin; it a ,portiu tof the letter :ai-t tus lry our inre':uit : " * * are the onlt oe. wha: h:iav paper, and they would nit take .l's [$8: more on t hle l}unilel :a ,a ,. - r p-it aid.-':v,. "-St 13:1' tiht utS rttou dayv, thel will charge ,ore. * , " The mills in (Georgira lhav, "rdeirs for two years ahead, inr ! intinr s- tfurnilih outsidet ustmet ,-:."'r .After rauding this, friends, w." wsnt.lt r:sks-D, you not tIi a paper rill w,"il },e a paving •instit u otio ? According to the last crnsu.s tiaknr,. .the total population oi i",,luIl and Wales is 20,000,000. T'lhat of the, iity of London, alone, is 2~.(,O0IC. A conlagration occurred in ;L.ariib, Switzerland, on May l0th, ruining one thousand persons. 'lw,-:hirds of the city was laid in ashe-s. The' London ''im,,ts says tha:t :...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 1 July 1861

The Widow's First Lovc. T'he fire cracked clmc.lrfulh'l oil Ill, l'r(;444 hiartr iilt' of 4 a lltld-faltl itliilrl [4411 1ie: Jouse, in an 4)1ld iashi..iil'i village. down in (Juwitwl. A cat still[ threi kittens baskedtt ii the u arintl, aid it d..errtpiii yellow u,4g. lying full in Il.c: l~lirze. 11rinklld ldrr lla~ik nlel up-i l~ae rtk( i~ ~a: us!u.provhigfy. its he tuirned his, hind fre~t w here hi~ f-1l1-4 felt 11a4b 1. t 14. 4 the ehliiiinev hun; siveral tin* l.hinems Itld piec:e's i' beet'. App lesitco wr, t to4on4d Ii ge, t helie.'il Wi, toittedothe Lukens of g uslld cheer wore sca ~r~tteredl profusely aboutl. rl·'h.T' ri,. v llillre coo, on thle windowledges, h1or4 she: getratitnium e111d d.44 ieplanit., an4 : tumrd thlie 'uil1.' Mdse'. .l '·ru 4. they took it intut iii. in It lil.'rll 14head,4. 4144'4j4? t144 c'loset'.. , 41 fia 4.4t -1 .'. t do-t 44i 1 i h I n . "P.u141141, ii1 ' 14414' -.'t tee oral th."~ fir. iin'·: '!: ,11( ný it it had been ,;est 4':irii-l. sI.wl Ow11 ...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 1 July 1861

'he Spirit of '6-The Old Rifle an. We urn irdebted to a geutlsmanu of (Co' tludeus, Ga., r the fillhwingo lines, i Frank Ticknor. M. D)., oe that city, whic have the rino g of the true tetul. E'very O(, Virginia rithieuran, and ,.N -ry d seettdant , a Virginia ritltieman oft ';7t ;, ,hld take doeti his old gnu and talk to her n ,ur (l .o;igi friend uoes to "Old BeU."--Richmond Diis patch. TIIE OLD RIFILE.MA.1 teY ItsN. Now bring me out my bIctk-skin suit My pouch and powder, too ! We'll Mse if sereutV-six can shoot As sixteen used to do. Old- Ies. ! we've kept our barrelns bright Our trigger quick and true As far, if not ani fin,: ii sight, As lung ago we drew' Aud picok me out a tflsty flit t' A rail white and blue, Perhlps 'tw'ill win the the r tint hBeftre the hunt is through ! : ivye boys your brass periuson ci's' 1Od1 "'hut-piln" -uit., as wte! ' There's sot eithinig in the sparks,: pil,.h'ps Tlhere's snteethlulg in th.e u,. ie I Wre've seen the redl-coat Briton bleed! The r...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 8 July 1861

~neb Olgrwepedci ~~ecky! Note P PUI3LITSI ED ETýVERIY 1.tON) DY 1iO IMNIiNNG, AT 2.5-O PER ANNUM, IN AD)VANCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, JULY 8, 1861 NOA ShrevepoWt Weekly News. P*MisAed every Mlrmeny Ivumriwg, a1* JNO. DICKINSON, ED)ITOR AXID PIO1RIET('I1. L Ofih.e, on Tie.rxa saill. hInt /1 <<Irt"4r r (/ffcc. LEflaltra,/1.aL.nj Spring 'tr4zi I"a -- a - OUR TERMSI dri!.f., ,14.1 i/ri..cfii rtuiiix di'I I,auh y nt'i i 'I'II %v 1i"i, will ,e -,it Ltw, ve:vr" foN r 1'uwrr/iclIrrra. ~rc ,·li,~ ;, TlE JJAILY NEll 1' pulii/iir/vu crriry Tw'ritihz. 11 1,1 mody nrnaau~. 1/ pcr liar 9ti j,, mil iilrvbarii-r.rv. I iIuviivi- ,,ll ha. lute Swill he rp'Ii.iii 10 viij,, jzn/yirlt, li-e o yrar. ou~r Sl1ý.ttaa-11ý>taia",llalllnt uinr,". )T EEil~. i (4 1 l~tll 111 1 1 ))(l.L( ' .1 thmus.l- i lk.Jun. f'.:lli·.'lll.1,1an hu-II:1 Fotras .11nrn.' ·I ·nue. S- T a I.t Iay regl ainm · I nI u(ib.-( ing son\11 Tin-I Ins-·(rt-rund 10. itc:l. t tl ~t re II:5 t <.ig ll~~ n ir nci ·c· ~ir lt\...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 8 July 1861

Th.e Day We Celebrate. In times pasnt the 4th of July; the old fourth the glorious fourth; was a day w4ioh afforded us an op. portunity, "as local," of distinguish ing ourselves among the corps, edito rial. Since then dear readers, what a change has taken place in the his tory of our nation. We hope, and cannot help but think. it is for the better. In the "fourths" gone by we swould grasp the hand of each other, pwith feelings purely brotherly, wheither, in this city. or that. We would have laid down our lives inithe dekaee of each other. flow stand we to-day? Arrayed on the tield in MarsIhal order, each anxiously awaiting the word of command to commence a terrible onslaught, tunequalled in the annals of history. Tis well. How can you celebrate or claim the ..Fourth? we are asked by by sonice who still cling to the wreck IUnion, with hopes never to be realized. We answer by right and justice, it is ours; we have ever cherished the events attached to it, and we are to day following t...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 8 July 1861

S-ALTUIVDAY. rot the'lbreveport Daily News. 'I'hbe Rie of Times-A Parody. $1'e oYLVESThR LOVEPEACE. Alas! that man should over be, .o prone to warfare as you see; War that eahances eveorythng, That commerce or the seasons bring. You ask what makes the leather riser It is the war, the tanner cries. bhe cows do still wear hides he sees, And bark still grows upon the trees. Woolen and Ilnean rant Ihe cheap in war-tho' we havo hemp andsheep. Nay, everything we eat or wear, Tis war, of course that makes it dear. An aged matron went to buy A candle for to light her by, And finding that the priec was more, By full three cents than 'twLas befl.re, The grocer asked how caine it so ? The war! he cried-the war you know. The ancient d5aeue upturned her eves, And Sith a sih fgbr mlankind cries: Alas ! a!a sol do they tight, These Ineklesu, tiutcs Ivy candle light? iuwV Orleans, Junre, I4il. Gouon Slatisi.ds.-I he ltt"t re-1 ports from Creat BIrituin show that the consuttt ztzt of et toin thir th...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 8 July 1861

c atito' far Neat. Th. SMif Ie%=l1dy, and her h-i'umuc ri*D BEAUTIPULLY TOLD 'ats, BY Ma, oALT, Aftlr a short pause, Mrs. Winsom suamed her narrative, saving "Bat ye're so to think a lodging hque is free from calamities, for I earn amsre you,-that soon after the jocoea days I had with the Lus trons, I met with a sere trial. It sone to the misfortune of ti sweet y img. ases. who was beguiled feosw heare nts by a dkagoon dicer--o ne of your prodigals that defy the Ten'r1 C'idamandments and the laws of mntt, with tinstophas on their upper lips-. noi b# he was to be objected to on a.e frhis vis-gonouiny, tier in trt'irlta wasan-Absalonc of beaut}, and had a tongue te wile the hird fronm the tree. Instead, after I staw hlai; 1 almost tho't the poor maiden was batlightly to blame: and I never could satisfy myself how so brave a gallant.--o free-hearted and fair spoken,-eould bea perjured wretch; but, for all my womanly indulgence. he was so, and I was condemned to acknowledge it by may co...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 15 July 1861

PU IBLISIED EVERY MONDAY MORNING, AT 8~2..50 PER A.NN L M, IN ADVANCE. VOL. 1. SHREVEPORT, LA., MONDAY, JULY 15, 1861. NO0i. j N(1' II i_ ~· The Weekly News -0 Publised erery lMondaty Morning ai the low price of '--.CTSO Per Annum. JOHN DICKINSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIE TOR. E WiKar tN Maor's O:X.Q. ftT. Nea' r t/hr Malr tyor's i Jire. ._i Our Motto--Home Manufacture. TUESIAY~. I~alts anc Armnistice.'-The cNew York 1.Herald, of the 27th, coines out fr cessation ofthostilities, and launch t.S grand schet'lnes of conllquest for the cembitnd armies of the North anid outlhi. Wlquote from the great pro- 1 jector: First. let there e an an armistice he,- I tweea our loyal rod rcvolted State.-, t f;r n;c, two or three. ye:ire, l il r, .- ; ,.nc. to our donuestic troubtlhs. S.c- r o.rally, hlooking to the crafty designl.-, l of graspin}g JEngland, ndll to tht -. i '.c .litio, . oi, .v i tl ih '. xt,'i! t If .ii i. S~. l iur ld, "r.i e lit. ,,'t :abi"i,, :ist ,a - Swxation l 'li t \lI \i " ,: ...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 15 July 1861

E.caainus the Blockade. -We ntld the following in ti,- New York Herald of thie 26th ultin, : By our Havana oun'respulndnce we learn tlhq.t tte Iritfishr firigate Ja soQ, Ome of the tinest inl the, nt y. lIas just arrivel at that prt on hir Way to the nomouth.s of the Mississilpi river, for the purpose oft asctrtMinting with what et',ctiv\ites; thel idock:ilv is carried oni in that qua'tr, Situ is to be follhwedl Lb a Iinar ir moth er first-class fritates, with smaller vessels, which will he distributed all along the bhckadcd coast, with iu struetions to br:ak the blockade wherever It shall e ftbunl unsulpor ted by a isuflicirtnt unavl t;,rc tto make it entirely effletive This is ilmplrtant "tintelliiencet, and may be the h:artinger of seriou trouble should the blockadue prove not-etleetive :at all points. lint we trust it is now, or shortly will h,. complettly so, and hlave no oppor tunity for John Bull to pick a quar tel with our Government. Our correspondent says the lAitis war fr...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 15 July 1861

ldrrtI'd i'prrscly for the N.tr. The Helress With a Pretty Foot. *11v the L', l'brediI, a.'r you a Inrar rvin man !' ,ti:idl (C'harles rlIutell to is b ach,.lor fritnd, "Frederick Som .rville, a." tley disicttussed a cool bot tle together at the, Star and Uarter, at Itclihltolid. 'Ily the bye, FLred, stle yout a mIlarrying aIltt!" .vly dear Cha:trle, with a pltrimi, iy of ,one huithredl n-year. a .d an al ltwa-tce from ll y taunlt of a second, obr gloves and s~ioe-titrings, how can 1 lltertnlain .ituc-h :nt idela lint why do von ask !' * hIleaiuse I have jiu-t heard a •strange whim which i.y 'ousiti El 1,. lnhas taki-n into h,,r hrted: and. 'lpon m y it'l, it' -h ' I'e e trevtere in it, I ihbulil like s'miti good t f.llow like yourself. who will tik,, care, of hIr and her ,~ i,'c . ! t` ' th isatii-ds ta-vear. lto lie it-ucent'i-t partner. Flrid ' curio-itv wa.i no rlaistid. ili ,iitreaited to Ia'. muad, nqiuaint,"td with this strange whimn; and, a freshi bott,' having li:en plaic...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shreveport weekly news. — 15 July 1861

European News. By the Bremen and Anglo Saxon we receive European advices to the o2th June. The follewing excerpts from the New York papers will be fbuid of interest: ` ho Paris correspondent of the Iudepuvdenee lBelge, writing under date of June 10, says: I told you that Mr. Rost, deputvto Europe from the Southern seceded states, appeared to have returned very well satisfied with his trip to Lolndon. I can now give you some details. Mr. Rost had obtained /rrom Lord Palnerston the -frrmal promise f the ereognition of the .Southern Sttes at a per ied more or less remote. Perhaps the English Minister had, as a by-view, the intention ft waitinur to see whether the seceded itates will be able to resist the etfi-rts which those of thme North ar: going to at tempt against them. According to the itopressions brought away by tly r. Rost there was no uderatasding bletween France and rngland in regard to the sinul/tane oas recognition of the Southern States. But is appears that the recognitio...

Publication Title: Shreveport Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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