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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond, June 5, 1861. (search)
dge Thomas, of Mass. has been elected to the Washington Congress, to fill the Vacancy claused by the resignation of Chas. F. Adams, present Minister at the Court of St. James. A. F. Albers. of Charleston, S. C., Was thrown from the tender of a locomotive on the Augusta Railroad a few days ago and instantly killed. The Federal Government is "seriously embarrassed" in consequence of Northern newspaper publications, and it is intimated that a censorship will be established. It is now stated that Burlingame is appomted Minister to China. The Zouaves at Alexandria claim to have delivered up a slave to his owner. We don't believe it. The New York papers are spreading a story that a portion of Col. Blanton Duncan's Kentucky Regiment have hoisted the Stare and Stripes. Some citizens of Dover, Delaware, have held a meeting and requested Senator Bayard to resign. Lieut. Greble, killed at Bethel, was buried with great pomp in Philadelphia on the 14th. inst.
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
ably stated that there are 2,000 State troops at Boonesville, well entrenched, with cannon, determined to resist the Federal forces. The Secessionists are said to have full away on both sides of the Missouri river from Boonesville to Kansas.--Besides the Federal forces at St. Louis and enroute to Jefferson City, there are fourteen Illinois regiments within a few hours! march of St. Louis. There is a report of a skirmish near Independence, in which the Federal forces are represented to have been repulsed, but this requires confirmation. From Cairo. St. Louis, June 15. --Major Gen. McClellan addressed the troops at Cairo on the 13th promising them they should be the leaders of the great army, and that ere long they should have an opportunity to meet the Confederates. A letter from Cairo, the 14th instant, says that General Buckner, Commissioner from Kentucky, was there. He says that Kentucky intends establishing a grand encampment of State troops at Columbus.