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High Price for Gold Atlanta. July 27 --Gold was sold at auction here to-day at $11 75712,11 for $1 bank notes at $3 30a3 for $4.
dispatches indicating the progress of the new raid which is being made into the interior of that State. Goldsboro' July 27.-- Gov. Vance. The following dispatch just received here, at half past 10 o'clock this morning, from Maj. Venable, at Rocky Mount: Rocky Mount, July 27--Reliable news from Col. Martin, at Hamilton, represents that the Yankees are advancing from both Plymouth and Washington, their destination no doubt being Weldon via Fort Branch. Their force is said to be three disposal the following dispatch from Dr. Scott, the Surgeon in charge of the hospital stores at Tarboro' Wilson, July 27 --Medical Director D. N. CoveyShall I remove the hospital stores, &c. The enemy are advancing in force from Plymouhe enemy are advancing in some force, and we have but little doubt but they will be met and driven back. Goldsboro' July 27--Maj. J. B. Houstern and Capt. Wm. B. Avery, of the 1324 New York, were captured on Saturday by the scouts of the 6th No
The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], Prisoners taking the oath to the U S. (search)
Prisoners taking the oath to the U S. Richmond, Va., July 27th.To the Editors of the Dispatch. By a telegram received from Atlanta Saturday last we are advised of a raid that is being organized by Gen Rosecrans. In this expected raid there will, no doubt, be a battalion of cavalry from East. Tennessee, commanded by a Major whose name is not now remembered But in this battalion are 150 East Tennessean that were captured by Gen. Grant, at Baker's creek, and took the oath of allegiance to the Federal Government, and enlisted in its service, a few days after they arrived at Camp Morten, Indianapolis. I saw these base scoundrels at the Depot in Indianapolis, when they were about to leave for Rosecrans's army, in charge of their beloved Major, whose name, I regret, is forgotten. They were boasting of the splendid feats they were going to perform, and how they were going to wreak vengeance on us for the reason that they were made conscript rebels A few hung their heads, not