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ned from their columns: Reported retreat of the rebels towards Manassas, etc. Washington, Oct. 18. --The reports in circulation about the rebel army being in full retreat for Manassas areof five or six miles from our lines. Camp of instruction for sharp-shooters. Washington, Oct. 18. --The Secretary of War has ordered Col. Berdan to establish a camp of instruction in thiest of Lewinsville, and remained there several hours. Judicial appointment. Washington, Oct. 18. --Bland Bollard has been appointed United States District Judge for Kentucky, in place of Judge Denvos, who has joined the rebels. All Quiet on the Upper Potomac. Washington, Oct. 18. --An official dispatch, received this morning from Darnestown, represents all quiet on the Upper Potomac. Treasury notes. Washington, Oct. 18. --The Treasury Department yesterday sent West $1,300,000 in Treasury notes. From Gen. Banks's Division. Darnestown, Oct. 17.
The Daily Dispatch: October 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Wealth, pauperism, and crime in the North (search)
Latest from Washington. We make up the subjoined summary of news from the Washington Star, of Friday evening last: The enemy retiring from the lower Potomac. Alexandria, Va., Oct. 18, 1 P. M. --From information derived from country people near here, it is believed to-day that yesterday afternoon and last night all the Secession troops posted between Alexandria and Fairfax Court-House, at Annandale and on the Ravenswood estate, were drawn in to somewhere back of Fairfax. Changing their force in front of us. Yesterday, thorough scouting in front of our lines over the river developed the fact that Beauregard has withdrawn all his camps as far back as Fairfax Court-House, which is now his extreme front. That is to say, those that were not long since at Vienna and Flint Hill. Gen. Wadsworth, in the evening, escorted by a company of cavalry and one of infantry, after receiving the reports of his scouts, proceeded to within a mile of Fairfax Court-House. Fro
The Daily Dispatch: October 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Northern Programme for coast invasion. (search)
onor. We hear, also, that a like exchange will be tendered for Col. Bowen. More fighting in Missouri. St. Louis, Oct. 18. --The following dispatch was received from the office at Pilot Knobb, dated 10 o'clock last night: "Major Gcing them to fall back with a heavy loss. Reported advance of Gen. Hardee to Reinforce Gen. Price. Syracuse, Mo., Oct. 18. --Gen. Hardee, recently reported as in Kentucky, is now said to be marching to the aid of Gen. Price with 20,000 Sunday. Nothing has been heard from our advanced guard to-day. Reported removal of Gen. Fremont. Cincinnati, Oct. 18. --The Gazette says that Gen. Fremont's removal will take place early next week, probably on Tuesday, the order ham by Secretary Cameron. Gen. Fremont asked a delay of a few days. Reinforcements ordered to Kentucky. Cincinnati, Oct. 18. --Yesterday Gen. Sherman telegraphed an urgent demand for reinforcements, and on the arrival of Secretary Cameron