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Letter from Mr. Stanly, of N.C. to Mr. Botts, of Virginia

Edward Stanly

Letter from Mr. Stanly, of N.C. to Mr. Botts, of Virginia

by Edward Stanly

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Campaign literature, 1840 -- Whig,
  • Slavery -- United States -- Controversial literature -- 1840

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14552581M

    The papers of Troy, N. C. state that Mr. Shaberdly, of the Sparks Show, was given eighteen months by Judge Fred Moore last week for his alleged assault Dec. 3 upon the conductor of the Aberdeen & Ashton R. R., who was thought by the showmen to have been the cause of the wreck of the Sparks' Show train. Averasboro, N.C., fought March 16th, The troops belonging to the Army of Tennessee were formed on the right of the artillery. A wooden farm house in front of the Third Regiment for some time afforded cover for a number of sharpshooters, who did excellent practice on our line, until Captain Atkins, with a few well-directed shells, caused.

    After Hugh Hodges death in the fall (>1’ , Mr. Campbell went hack to the XSX, as general manager for Mrs. Nudge, until he bought the Gila Hot Springs from the Flemings in February In November , Mr. Campbell married Ida Foster in Hollywood. Calif., where the family was living at the time.   2. Sarah Frances Shaw Graves, Age 87 "I was born Ma in Kentucky, somewhere near Louisville. I am goin' on 88 years right now. (). I was brought to Missouri when I was six months old, along with my mama, who was a slave owned by a man named Shaw, who had allotted her to a man named Jimmie Graves, who came to Missouri to live with his .

    T-.'^m A c; u I c u t u r f INFORMATION WANTED, of Isaac Garner ot Wake County, North Carolina, who left his wife and four small children in August, 1S39, stating that he was going to Gnillbrd County to seek employment, which lie obtained from Mr. Isaac Pitts of Jamestown, who engaged him in March, , to go to Columbia, South Carolina, to. Mr. STANLY suggested to Mr. J. so to modify his re-solution as to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to employ additional force, if necessary, to the accomplishment of the work. Mr. J. declined so to modify the resolution. Mr. KING was understood to suggest a similar modifica-tion, on the ground that, unless the bill fur the reorganiza-.


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Letter from Mr. Stanly, of N.C. to Mr. Botts, of Virginia by: Stanly, Edward, Published: () The revolution unfinished; or American independence begun: illustrated in an address before the anti-slavery societies of Dover and Great Falls, New Hampshire, on the Fourth of July, / by: Mack, Enoch, The pilot and transcript.

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to Mr. Botts of Mr. Botts. assert that South-Carolina is casting cannon, lo disparage the chances and claims of Mr. Caskie, Bott's opponent, they repeat the statement, that South Carolina is casting cannon. The argu ment, thus repeated, may be held a conclusive one.

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(**) Ezekiel Stanley was the great-grandfather of Mrs. Mae Runyan Swanson to whom the above letter was addressed, he married Margaret Ann Holland and their descendants are 38 cataloged in genealogy book, "Our Kin" by W. Manning, Jr.

And Edna Anderson Manning of Barnwell, South Carolina, copyrighted in and published by Walton Printing. Full text of "The North Carolina year book [serial]" See other formats.

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They may contain a wide variety of items such as manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, legal papers, memorabilia, photographs, films, tapes, computer files, maps, drawings, pamphlets, and other forms of material. DEPARTMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA.; Rumored Difficulties Between the State and Confederate Authorities Night Attack on Washington, N.C.

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Vulgarisms And Other Errors Of Speech - To Which Is Added A Review Of Mr. Washington Moon's, Dean's English And Bad English, Richard Meade Bache The Complete Book of Traditional Aran. RW46v25n32p4c1 Tuesday, Ap Letter of John M.

Botts, Esq. ­ On the Probability of War Editorial comment and the Botts letter. RW46v25n32p4c3 Tuesday, Ap Gen.

Houston's Speech. RW46v25n32p4c3 Tuesday, Ap Mr. Buchanan's Ultimatum. (**)Ezekiel Stanley was the great-grandfather of Mrs. Mae Runyan Swanson to whomthe above letter was addressed, he married Margaret Ann Holland and theirdescendants are 38 cataloged in genealogy book, "Our Kin" byW.

H. Manning, Jr. And Edna Anderson Manning of Barnwell, South Carolina,copyrighted in and published by Walton Printing Company.Endorsement on letter of Edward Wallace to Lincoln, Sept.

7,City Book Auction Catalog, May,No. 47 c. Sept. 9. To Simon Cameron, missing from DNA WR RGSec. of War Letters Received, Psee B Mr. STANLY, from the Committee on Fxpen-ditures on the Public Buildmings, reported the follow-ing resolution, which was readarnd adopted: Resolved, That the reports of the Committee on Expenditures on the Public Buildings relating to the Branch Mint at Charlotte, N.

C. be printed. Mr. NAYLOR'S CONTESTED ELECTION.