The Boston Almanac for the Year ..., Issue 18

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S.N. Dickinson, 1853 - Almanacs, American
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Page 199 - September 6th, 1852. Dec. 24. — The principal room of the library of Congress is destroyed by fire, together with paintings, statuary, medals, and about 35,000 volumes of books. The fire was occasioned by the timbers which formed the alcoves being inserted in the chimney-flues. Dec. 5. — Kossuth arrives at Staten Island from Southampton. 6th, he reaches New York as the guest of the city, and reviews the troops, and there is a large military and civic procession in his honor. 8- 10, numerous deputations...
Page 199 - ... their oath of obedience to him, and convoked the High Court of Justice to judge the President and his ministers. Collections of people in the street are at once dispersed. Dec. 3—7. — All attempts to oppose the assumption of power by Napoleon are unsuccessful. A few barricades are erected, but are soon torn or battered down. All combatants at the barricades are put to death, and crowds in the streets are fired upon. Dec. 4. — The decree of Louis Napoleon of December 2d is modified, so that...
Page 199 - Feb. 2. — Kossuth addresses the citizens of Cleveland, Ohio. 4th, leaves Cleveland. 7th, he is received at Columbus, Ohio, and is presented to the Legislature of Ohio at Columbus. 9th, he leaves Columbus and reaches Cincinnati, where he remains, making speeches, receiving deputations, attending banquets, &c. He is presented with money and arms to aid in achieving the independence of Hungary. Feb. 3. — A battle is fought at Santos Lugares, about ten miles...
Page 200 - ... —The Southern Rights Convention, at Montgomery, Ala., adjourns after a session of two days. Resolutions against making resistance to the Compromise Measures an issue of" their party, and against intervention, are passed. March 7 - 12. — Sacramento City and Marysville, California, are submerged by a flood, and great damage done. March 12. — Kossuth makes a speech at St. Louis, on the Jesuits. March 13. — Ninety-five of the Americans who were engaged in the Lopez expedition against Cuba,...
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