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« Reply #160 on: February 02, 2010, 08:44:32 am »
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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL
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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL [MEMPHIS, TN], August 7, 1861, p. 2, c. 2
            A Female Spy.?The correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says that a female spy has been discovered in the First Kentucky regiment.  She is from Georgia and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus.




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March 4, 1861 - May 23, 1863

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SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY [ATLANTA, GA], August 7, 1861, p. 3, c. 3
                A Female Spy.--The correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says a female spy has been discovered in the First Kentucky Regiment.  She is from Georgia, and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus.




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DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST [AUGUSTA, GA], August 6, 1861, p. 3, c. 1
            A Female Spy.?The correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says a female spy has been discovered in the First Kentucky Regiment.  She is from Georgia, and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus. 




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July 1861 - June 1862

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DAILY CHRONICLE & SENTINEL [AUGUSTA, GA], August 7, 1861, p. 1, c. 1
A Female Spy.--A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says:  "A female spy has been discovered in the first Kentucky regiment.  She is from Georgia, and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus.

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« Reply #161 on: February 02, 2010, 06:43:03 pm »
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A Female Spy


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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL [MEMPHIS, TN], August 7, 1861, p. 2, c. 2
            A Female Spy.?The correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says that a female spy has been discovered in the First Kentucky regiment.  She is from Georgia and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus.




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SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY [ATLANTA, GA], August 7, 1861, p. 3, c. 3
                A Female Spy.--The correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says a female spy has been discovered in the First Kentucky Regiment.  She is from Georgia, and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus.




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DAILY CONSTITUTIONALIST [AUGUSTA, GA], August 6, 1861, p. 3, c. 1
            A Female Spy.?The correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says a female spy has been discovered in the First Kentucky Regiment.  She is from Georgia, and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus. 




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July 1861 - June 1862

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DAILY CHRONICLE & SENTINEL [AUGUSTA, GA], August 7, 1861, p. 1, c. 1
A Female Spy.--A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Western Virginia, says:  "A female spy has been discovered in the first Kentucky regiment.  She is from Georgia, and enlisted at Cincinnati.  She was detected by writing information in regard to the movements of our troops to the enemy.  She is a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, says she knows the punishment of a spy is death, and is ready for her fate.  She is to be sent to Columbus.


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Hum.....the portions about KGC treasure....KGC mega-bucks depositories or KGC caches must be in white ink.   Undecided

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« Reply #162 on: February 04, 2010, 07:21:01 am »
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SOUTHERN BROAD-AXE [WEST POINT, MS], July 20, 1859, p. 2, c. 5
            A New Filibustering Expedition.?The New York Tribune gives an account of what is styled a new fililbustering expedition, now organizing, and to be called the "Knights of the Golden Circle."  It consists of two legions?one in the United States, and one in Cuba.  The Tribune, which contains its information from a printed circular, says:
            Each legion is to consist of ten thousand men and their officers, besides commissary, surgical and conveyance departments.  The American legion is to include a regiment of cavalry, a regiment of mounted riflemen, a regiment of artillery, five regiments of infantry, and a reserved guard.  The headquarters of this recent military organization appears to be the city of Baltimore, and the central authority seems to be bested in a war board, composed of a commander in chief and of brigadier generals, appointed or to be appointed one for each of the ten regiments.  From this board emanates the selection of colonels.  The colonels select their own inferior officers, who must, however, be approved by the colonels.  The colonel is also to select for himself a lieutenant-colonel and two majors, and the four together are to agree upon some suitable person for a brigadier-general, to be commissioned and placed on the general staff.  The chief business of the colonels and their inferior officers appears to be, at present, the enlistment of men and the raising of funds.
            The members are each to pay one dollar initiation fee, and also a weekly tax of ten cents.  A fund for the purchase of arms, ammunition and general outfit is to be raised by the sale of scrip, in which all the subordinate officers are to be employed.  This scrip is issued in sums of five, ten, twenty, fifty, or one hundred, or one thousand dollars, and is to be paid for either in cash, in powder, lead, iron, cotton cloth, red or blue flannel, tobacco, train oil, shoes, blankets, spades, etc., or partly in promissory notes of short dates.  The soldiers who may enlist in this expedition, are promised each a grant of six thousand four hundred acres of land, also seven dollars a month in specie and seven in scrip; arms, ammunition, uniforms, etc., to be furnished by the board of war before leaving American soil.  The men, it is stated, can pursue their ordinary business till November.

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« Reply #163 on: February 04, 2010, 06:27:04 pm »
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SOUTHERN BROAD-AXE [WEST POINT, MS], July 20, 1859, p. 2, c. 5
            A New Filibustering Expedition.?The New York Tribune gives an account of what is styled a new fililbustering expedition, now organizing, and to be called the "Knights of the Golden Circle."  It consists of two legions?one in the United States, and one in Cuba.  The Tribune, which contains its information from a printed circular, says:
            Each legion is to consist of ten thousand men and their officers, besides commissary, surgical and conveyance departments.  The American legion is to include a regiment of cavalry, a regiment of mounted riflemen, a regiment of artillery, five regiments of infantry, and a reserved guard.  The headquarters of this recent military organization appears to be the city of Baltimore, and the central authority seems to be bested in a war board, composed of a commander in chief and of brigadier generals, appointed or to be appointed one for each of the ten regiments.  From this board emanates the selection of colonels.  The colonels select their own inferior officers, who must, however, be approved by the colonels.  The colonel is also to select for himself a lieutenant-colonel and two majors, and the four together are to agree upon some suitable person for a brigadier-general, to be commissioned and placed on the general staff.  The chief business of the colonels and their inferior officers appears to be, at present, the enlistment of men and the raising of funds.
            The members are each to pay one dollar initiation fee, and also a weekly tax of ten cents.  A fund for the purchase of arms, ammunition and general outfit is to be raised by the sale of scrip, in which all the subordinate officers are to be employed.  This scrip is issued in sums of five, ten, twenty, fifty, or one hundred, or one thousand dollars, and is to be paid for either in cash, in powder, lead, iron, cotton cloth, red or blue flannel, tobacco, train oil, shoes, blankets, spades, etc., or partly in promissory notes of short dates.  The soldiers who may enlist in this expedition, are promised each a grant of six thousand four hundred acres of land, also seven dollars a month in specie and seven in scrip; arms, ammunition, uniforms, etc., to be furnished by the board of war before leaving American soil.  The men, it is stated, can pursue their ordinary business till November.



Hum.....no mention of KGC treasure....KGC mega-bucks depositories or KGC caches.

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            Order Concerning Searches and Seizures.?The following was issued on Wednesday by command of Gen. Negley:
General Order No. 8.
            Headquarters U. S. Forces,
            Nashville, Oct. 1, 1862. 
            I.  Numerous complaints are made to these Headquarters of searches on private premises and seizures of private property by unauthorized persons.
            II.  Hereafter no searches or seizures shall be made unless first approved at these Headquarters.  All private property seized for the use of the Government, must be turned over to the Post Commissary or Quartermaster, as the case may be, and properly accounted for.
            By command of
            Brigadier General Negley.
            James A. Lowrie, Captain and A. A. G.

NASHVILLE DISPATCH, March 13, 1863, p. 2, c. 1
            Billy Collier has sent us a little work entitled, "Incidents of the War, or the Romance and Realities of Soldier Life."  It is a medley of incidents and anecdotes of the war, some of which are very readable.  We notice the historical accuracy of some of them is very bad.
            He has also sent us what professes to be "An Authentic Exposition of the Knights of the golden Circle, or a History of Secession from 1834 to 1861, by a Member of the Order."

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            Order Concerning Searches and Seizures.?The following was issued on Wednesday by command of Gen. Negley:
General Order No. 8.
            Headquarters U. S. Forces,
            Nashville, Oct. 1, 1862. 
            I.  Numerous complaints are made to these Headquarters of searches on private premises and seizures of private property by unauthorized persons.
            II.  Hereafter no searches or seizures shall be made unless first approved at these Headquarters.  All private property seized for the use of the Government, must be turned over to the Post Commissary or Quartermaster, as the case may be, and properly accounted for.
            By command of
            Brigadier General Negley.
            James A. Lowrie, Captain and A. A. G.

NASHVILLE DISPATCH, March 13, 1863, p. 2, c. 1
            Billy Collier has sent us a little work entitled, "Incidents of the War, or the Romance and Realities of Soldier Life."  It is a medley of incidents and anecdotes of the war, some of which are very readable.  We notice the historical accuracy of some of them is very bad.
            He has also sent us what professes to be "An Authentic Exposition of the Knights of the golden Circle, or a History of Secession from 1834 to 1861, by a Member of the Order."




I don't see it...maybe you need to highlight where KGC treasure....KGC mega-bucks depositories or KGC caches are mentioned?

Or, are you just soliciting a Yahoo group

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January 3, 1860 - July 10, 1864

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DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN [JACKSON, MS], November 30, 1860, p. 2, c. 2

Grand Rally of the "Minute Men."
The Minute Men will have a Grand Torch Light procession to-night.
An address will be delivered at the Capitol after the procession by the Hon. W. L. Harris.
 A general attendance is invited.

   Programme.

1st?Jackson Brass Band.
2d?Rocket Corps.
3d?Mississippi Rifles.
4th?Minute Men.
5th?Knights G. C.
6th?Citizens and Strangers.
7th?Jackson Fire Company.
8th?Jackson Guards.
9th?Mississippi Capital Dragoons.
10th?Quitman Light Artillery.

Procession will be formed on State Street in front of the Armory of Miss. Rifles.
Strangers who are with us in this move for Southern rights, are most cordially invited to join Procession.
It is desirable that all who join the Profession [sic?] should wear the Blue Cockade.
 Friday, Nov. 30th 1860.


WEEKLY MISSISSIPPIAN [JACKSON, MS], January 16, 1861, p. 2, c. 1

A Cheering Voice from Texas!
            Amid the din of warring sections, and the loud notes of feindish [sic] hate that are borne to us upon every gale from the North, the following letter comes from the Lone Star State as a messenger of sympathy in our struggle for independence.  I tis written by the hand, and is the emanation of the noble heart, of a lady, formerly of Mississippi, who illustrates the patriotism of her sex in this hour of trial, but not of gloom, for even now we look hopefully upon the silver lining of the cloud that shirts our horizon.
            Gladly will the men of Mississippi enter the lists to prove their sheild [sic] and spear in the championship of Southern rights and honor and the protection of Southern women:
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Vialoolah, Dec. 28th, 1860
            Dear Sir:--Enclosed you will find a "rosette," it combines the tricolor of the Texas flag with its Lone Star, and was the revolutionary badge.  It is now adopted as the distinctive badge of those Texas volunteers who are in readiness as "Minute Men," to answer the call of South Carolina, or any other Southern State.
            I send it to you that it may be worthily worn and bravely defended as the champion of lady's gage, challenge to chivalric and generous emulation the true knights of Mississippi to link their shields with the volunteers of Texas, advance their penons in the front of danger, and to him that plants his standard in the thickest of the fight be the award of valor and the prize of patriotism.
            Texas will be ready in full time to join her sister States in a Southern Confederacy. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Yours truly and respectfully,                                                                                                                                                                                                                        M. H. W.

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DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN [JACKSON, MS], November 30, 1860, p. 2, c. 2

Grand Rally of the "Minute Men."
The Minute Men will have a Grand Torch Light procession to-night.
An address will be delivered at the Capitol after the procession by the Hon. W. L. Harris.
 A general attendance is invited.

   Programme.

1st?Jackson Brass Band.
2d?Rocket Corps.
3d?Mississippi Rifles.
4th?Minute Men.
5th?Knights G. C.
6th?Citizens and Strangers.
7th?Jackson Fire Company.
8th?Jackson Guards.
9th?Mississippi Capital Dragoons.
10th?Quitman Light Artillery.

Procession will be formed on State Street in front of the Armory of Miss. Rifles.
Strangers who are with us in this move for Southern rights, are most cordially invited to join Procession.
It is desirable that all who join the Profession [sic?] should wear the Blue Cockade.
 Friday, Nov. 30th 1860.


WEEKLY MISSISSIPPIAN [JACKSON, MS], January 16, 1861, p. 2, c. 1

A Cheering Voice from Texas!
            Amid the din of warring sections, and the loud notes of feindish [sic] hate that are borne to us upon every gale from the North, the following letter comes from the Lone Star State as a messenger of sympathy in our struggle for independence.  I tis written by the hand, and is the emanation of the noble heart, of a lady, formerly of Mississippi, who illustrates the patriotism of her sex in this hour of trial, but not of gloom, for even now we look hopefully upon the silver lining of the cloud that shirts our horizon.
            Gladly will the men of Mississippi enter the lists to prove their sheild [sic] and spear in the championship of Southern rights and honor and the protection of Southern women:
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Vialoolah, Dec. 28th, 1860
            Dear Sir:--Enclosed you will find a "rosette," it combines the tricolor of the Texas flag with its Lone Star, and was the revolutionary badge.  It is now adopted as the distinctive badge of those Texas volunteers who are in readiness as "Minute Men," to answer the call of South Carolina, or any other Southern State.
            I send it to you that it may be worthily worn and bravely defended as the champion of lady's gage, challenge to chivalric and generous emulation the true knights of Mississippi to link their shields with the volunteers of Texas, advance their penons in the front of danger, and to him that plants his standard in the thickest of the fight be the award of valor and the prize of patriotism.
            Texas will be ready in full time to join her sister States in a Southern Confederacy. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Yours truly and respectfully,                                                                                                                                                                                                                        M. H. W.




I don't quite get it. You keep making posts that have nothing to do with the topic. Are you simply trying to solicit the Yahoo group?

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I don't quite get it. You keep making posts that have nothing to do with the topic. Are you simply trying to solicit the Yahoo group?


He's trying to build up the Google and Yahoo hit counts for the topic. The more times he posts it, the more hits he gets. What does that do? Why, it convinces the loyal followers of this fairy tale that it somehow must be true because Google and Yahoo show so many hits that all say the same thing. Oh, my!

What's happening here is that those who constantly file the same things over and over again are abusing this forum and taking advantage of Christian's policy of allowing any and all posts. They steal the content of another site without permission and cut and paste it to here. In polite circles, that is known as plagiarism.

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