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Weekly Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1861, Dubuque, Iowa vr k V t- It i 9 n i 71 t 4 t ft I t NOVEMBER 21 1661 WHOLE NUMBER 226 rat I Oite to i I The follower was melted at a Bio of tempters of Northern at in 1841 W publish U in ths TIMM at the of f writing a The rumor which prevailed here acd gunboat which es being built near that that Gen Fremont had been and which is called the Benton The hands I stated in bis command by Oen I 1 1 i It Mkw the m la U foil I atv It bit to lead The Convention which was held by the loyal of this has been a bombshell in the camp The says that this movement U stopped at once by the strong arm of the Confederate more than half of the counties in this will be attached to the Black Republican Government before the Union Congress paper Una Confederate Congress a severe lesson leaving this matter with North Carolina attend when It is very evident that the i Tonence has in the First now X DUW III AW warn wava date of I field in the bare stuck up on it 4 we grew out of the following al St Louis indicates that this Memphis and New It was stated by the St Louis correspondent of the ment find work to and are doing it with a I nally an old snag but is now being Cincinnati converted into a first class gunboat for the Mississippi The twin bulls of the Benton have been connected so as to form one powerful 186 feet in and 74 in Editor Last night a band of armed and broke open and plundered the store of a loyal at was two south Mo on bis homeward was met by a messenger w WOT Vj ejer vv bull of I from Washington bearing a dispatch from The I General dated 1st hull is very and U sealed up inside The order to transfer the command of the with three and four inch plank It is Department to Gen Hunter was dated Oct of this poet They ded into forty water tight To Croat Aad atr jy from af truth it to UM baler win It a with the boor 1 the At amy sober joy si that tht 1 at aU tte taaier tha tbm fv It kindling With fraud Mutton It Moles at all the towards the South taking with them a large thus the Benton may be one of On receiving in- the safest war vessels it is possible to of the OoL Deitzler sent And then it is to borne in mind that State authorities will never make a move in I M to below as I impropriety of Fremont this td the reason that they Iof the at such a caused bis to bt A J A A Gen McClellan desired Fremont to his plans against the a had heard of the approach of Price's forces upon and conscious of the f f are in the same boat with the There is the secret How it is bringing covered with heavy iron about the forwarded with all possible speed i n one of h two inches in that K would reach Its in time to for the traitors to hare at least one stubborn some money On and securely fastened by one and counteract the order which was received on whose authorities are half inclined to eat loose from the cotton i ton Umber they came a half Inch iron which are the inst flad Gen Fremont received trust this happy family will continue to pitch into each other at the same rate Such turmoil as is now witnessed throughout this caused by County which art so much excitement a the heads of the bolts being I thU previous to fab of the Four of the I that they cannot be knocked off by I he would have remained at the rebels were caught trying to beat a j and making quite a neat and admirable head of the army of the at lenst until a job scampered off with forty of- bur party that ball or shell entering will come in A mi time when his removal would be less The interior of the bow Is so constructed mental to the federal cause A letter from thrown Its r r its wealth in ratal It enriched by all the past lad It a hot pursuit One of m MfV J nature mud knocked and the boat be as ai bo- force of which will be conceived by fore The depth of the hold is eight and a will more who know this plucky a clean half affording ample space for will end T i breast of giving information of a large I ery and boilers The latter are four in num u ka portion of the booty stored in the house of an betr The boilers Md to an and I trust the Raleigh to learn how this local fight with the giving in detail was at yesterday I feel from the contents of this that regret the untimely order than Gen McClellan the bounties should grumble f f at heary tax them sufficiently protected against all Weiten ef Its f s U bkm ud i of death WIU all its At ths bowL ires tbs its OpM all tbs of la honor tight It pore with heirs I tlM aot la Aad leads the IB folly's soon I It I I heAe It te Its deadly I but to talk about repudiating the entire because they are taxed higher than is trifling with a serious This is just where the shoe pinches to a people to remain silent under such tens ana is expecting thing more than has realised from any revolution now going on against this sion in this is Just what will follow in all the seceded States The next movement will be a call for uni- ted action from a large majority of the ties in North when a Provisional State Government will be organized You may look for something of this kind before at this rate The predictions of the will prove to be a and if This evening the rest of the party came in I In one t part is the shell and I The ordinance for the Old Com with five more of the horses and I another the powder in the con- of and erecting a their four government mules found in struction of which apartments only brass State of the counties west of the nails were used Those apartments are to be I has been adopted by the having traveled about thirty I lined and every necessary hy a majority of if not 01 and visited many houses scattered over the tion adopted to secure their safety Glow to hundred to and a new country through which they in which the powder magazine there is a by members of which have just been wit nearly all the inhabitants are virulent slightly turning ib the event of con- assemble at Wheeling on the t They captured all of the gang en- the entire store of powder can be I ratify the action of the people The ne gaged in the depredation of whom they got destroyed in a few seconds In a dark place State will be called and will except who being well beneath the gun there is one of the tain a population of two hundred and eighty made his escape celebrated Gwin capable of throwing two including about eight th The First Iowa from which the barrels of water per minute slaves It willbe composed of the fi The Benton is casemated all the I made up apparently of picked j timber being in twenty four inches Their soldierly and the quite and to the less exposed places twelve I logan all covered with two and a half inch iron The casements are built at an angle M markable excellence of their arms and give as does this this entire State Government is not in the i whenever called they will of forty approved hands of the loyal men by the first day of or 1 sun no prophet It that five of tLe North Carolina who werre enrolled for the war have ben and surrendered their anna to the State The Confederate Govern vice The Seng ef Oa Haw York The iron is entering the soul of South ment gave them neither and men Well may they Not and the fears that the for is a fit for there ks a good in their country's method for throwing off an siles The casements an pierced for eighteen guns of the heaviest forward She will have fore and aft two Parrott which carry four or five Bettering with Seith vs In a recently published letter of Mr Mil a si Bayard Taylor has written many poems that will not soon be hut he never written one that will continue more popular than the fbt incident in the Crimean War ments will do likewise unless their demands I devils only are promptly thus sneaks of the comparative merits of the of affairs for ibis which is I finds pleasure in righteous unable to pay or clothe its soldiers What The invasion of South Carolina causes liar for the reason that it guiltiest of all the rebel States to the master traitor him and him when dead It plotted disunion Ibr thirty twice must be how to ask for clothing and in a cause so glorious as theirs is said to Total and Whit worth very serious question has for some attention of all who interest in of and that is whether the The Universally Long not be laid Midland Us to u f m M The reporter of the New York devout nine columns to an of the I expedition of the leet He thus speaks of the elemental Beaufort first withdraw her ben from Congress m d Aa soon as the negroes observed us coming that first passed an ordinance of on shore they flocked along the in i that first laid hands gnat soose bearing anels boodles se if expecting us to tab them at I opened the war Had it not once to n homo of freedom Every variety in all earthly this im- would nave never existed As it is said of Satan he slaves an apparently as white as I one-third of the angels after Mm U foul and as apostate in and darkies of the I the family of States third of them a way by of slave was represented I say for U b a their genuine Undo darkies young and darkies and aad gray solemn locking Some appeared acd some gent Toe quadroon and the sessing an tint of negro Mood one drop with seven of ern nativity and ancient to speak an interesting scent As the contraband article in it was placed in the guard an oM frame building behind fort Walker quite a collection was made were I the punish fear and Half in naval of tM looked in upon them what an you all about a to it Any the trouble of to most bar bam W th im- advantage waka aMll bond tito wWi W And I aam Wa decn of not br WBM th will Uln country wiU on a being HOT and pat iato UM kaads of and tb fof 1 at UM My with of all dia- Man and I haw th to M th wont of It ft ft distant V thai first find national tne national had an i v Of course all true thai tion now her The fa that it has been delayed so long Vor since she pound that storm of fin mon the devoted little she has remained un- touched Other Slates who have or been urged to her machines and of but she has all in her long bo all the mon now thai ot 1 lately A A and tears oo It fa stated that Mr had an interview with the of that interview being to conclude a Urgain for the purchase of worth were carried in of the was not quite with the the will in country about has for n nantnrv in then the continent from Mew Ham to Vorth this b wm the South Turn in the the from Virginia and on their way to the vii of the wife of the West upon thousands th natural gateway into the Atlantic and their pioneer first the land of and turkey the It really to hour the and in practicable road for the time for it has come Ho General has I been invested with to large into Kentucky Aai B JUry ns bo who v at the head of the army what we'd like to find J just landed upon her and they are in temper to palter or temporise UM them that would I with Nothing bat form some notion of the excellence of the arms with which he ultimately to A A Put in an open at the distance of a and iTt ft nf sir m I VIU WMI 06 1 mmt m V VI PT I -n th wply TS be treated kindly and thine and need not be On drawing into cun venation a deal vf fish in fishing at OIL or Mr E W baf of the j plantation work was over Two modern for tta of I on their own oil from and hns now on hand and on Mug brant Into In over of and that they to Mrs fa and To 9 ol and came 4 to all in war thus for will shrink Into in The wont misery that will befell South will be her humiliation of spirit their come within the range of the I think that comers an most for the cake and best rifie the insure a supply he in de white m to among the and contract lor the crop So for tht portion of Ms hns from ansl and never one so habitually arrogant and children brought of their superiority of Mood Hk they an not left to fne aad open that the people all ran away when the and and have learned no AT v W JK M A j A v A N the when the white Hks w mm God f the Yankees an fire the Other slaves reported e little I other than that of sovereign for the and of the Mont They have called ance of orders a cannon Like Superior iron haa been cast at the of the Meats at Detroit twelve and the swd now Mr pains to the A rag nsm torn fa also importing Iff tho ir that bth law I MM th the and for a whole have j The to pattern the airs aad the tones of the Jon Hy the It fa on the i lonf and two foet in diameter at the The from lour to five tons and such in fts it will he peA forth ty to Washington navy yard in the tt fa to he finished and stand tha eX Notes of an Army we fiad the remember one in making my al a just presented me an amputated and in doing could scarcely refrain from n bromd the titter on his face the does not strike me 4 is tat excuse I in so funny a way that I langh I look at first wanted and fol mv to attend to ns I am corporal We went ia front of his I had tailored hi him hy the was applying inm ball and that was the Imt I saw of his hend and my arm Ex- for laughing but I the of Fort Erie of the vote 2M of the Stt towM In the Iw Andrew -I f I i f s I V V V I WV 14
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