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From: Dennis Ahern <>
Subject: Re: Excerpts from Irish newspapers
Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2004 15:01:46 +0000 (UTC)


From The Cork Examiner, 17 October 1865 -

NEW YORK, OCT. 7TH.--The North Carolina convention has
unanimously passed an ordinance declaring that the ordinance of 1779,
ratifying the Constitution had always been in force since its enactment,
that the supposed secession ordinance has always been null and void,
and is now repealed. It is reported that Mr. Johnson has pardoned Mr.
Humphrey, the elected Governor of Mississippi. An incendiary fire at
Mobile has destroyed 6,000 bales of cotton. The St. Louis papers
report the arrival of Juarez at Santa Fe, in New Mexico, en route for
the United States. The report is considered doubtful. The steamer
Constitution has sailed from San Francisco on the 3rd, with 1,100,000
dollars for New York, and 240,000 dollars for England.

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