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Zebulon Baird Vance to Edward Stanly, October 29, 1862
To Edward Stanly STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Raleigh- Oct. 29th, 1862 Your communication of the 21st. inst. has been recd, to which I proceed to reply- It is "incompatible with my views of duty" to grant you a personal…
"Secret Circular," July 13, 1864
The Weekly Conservative RALEIGH, N. C., JULY 13, 1864. JOHN D. HYMAN, EDITOR. FOR GOVERNOR : Z. B. VANCE OF BUNCOMBE The Conservative Ticket for Wake County ! FOR THE SENATE : Hon. SION H. ROGERS. FOR THE HOUSE OF COMMONS : WILLIAM LAWS,…
"What Could Holden Do For Peace?," June 8, 1864
THE DAILY CONSERVATIVE RALEIGH, N. C., JUNE 8, 1864 JOHN D. HYMAN, EDITOR. FOR GOVERNOR Z. B. VANCE, OF BUNCOMBE The Conservative Ticket for Wake County! FOR THE SENATE Hon. SION H. ROGERS. FOR THE HOUSE OF COMMONS WILLIAM LAWS, THOMAS J.…
"Address to the Colored People of North Carolina," December 19, 1870
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, RALEIGH, Dec. 19th, 1870.
To the colored people throughout the State:
The undersigned Representatives send greeting:
Know ye that since the time that Haman conspired to destroy all the Jews who dwelt in the Persian…
Tags: Democrat, Governor, North Carolina, Post War, State Politics, Suffrage, W.W. Holden
Weight of Testimony, June 8, 1864
Weight of Testimony According to the Progress, the mere denint - theipse dixit -- of Mr. Holden should have "as much weight with the masses of the people in North Carolina as that of Gov. Vance, Mr. Hampton, or others." So what Mr. Holden may say…
"Defamer Must Go" Raleigh News and Observer, November 10, 1898
DEFAMER MUST GO
Mass Meeting of White Citizens of Wilmington Pass Resolutions.
EXPULSION OF MANLY
AND RESIGNATIONS OF MAYOR AND CHIEF OF POLICE DEMANDED.
MANLY GIVEN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS
Time for Negro Domination Forever Past,
"Editor Manley's Responsibilities" Richmond Planet, November 26, 1898
EDITOR MANLEYâ€™S RESPONSIBILITIES
The confiscation of the property and exiling of EDITOR ALEXANDER MANLEY of the Wilmington, N. C., RECORD were without palliation or excuse.
That he published a lawful but indiscreet article in the editorial…
"The Apologists for North Carolina." Richmond Planet, November 26, 1898
THE APOLOGISTS FOR NORTH CAROLINA.
That any one, white or colored, Jew or Gentile, Christian or Infidel could be found to justify the murdering of the unarmed colored men at Wilmington, N. C., after the so-called election has taken place is one of…
"More About the Butcheries." Richmond Planet, November 26, 1898
MORE ABOUT THE BUTCHERIES.
LAWLESS CONDITION EVERYWHERE
Scandalous Behaviour of the U. S. Naval Reserves.
Officers of the Law Exiled.---The Treasonable
Revolutionists in Possession of the City.
ANARCHY TRIUMPHANT AND THE GOVERNMENT OF…
"Register Lyons' Ringing Letter." Richmond Planet, November 10, 1898
REGISTER LYONSâ€™ RINGING LETTER.
HE SPEAKS PLAINLY OF THE CONDITIONS IN THE CAROLINAS.
The Arguments of the Apologists Demolished.
An Able Defense of the Colored People.---No Negro Rule in the South.
REVOLUTIONISTS IN WILMINGTON PAY…
"Grand Democratic Rally," Raleigh News and Observer, May 13, 1898
On May 12, 1898, the Democratic Party of North Carolina held its first campaign rally in Laurinburg N.C. Following the procession of a band and…