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The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1861., [Electronic resource], Jackson's brigade — separation between him and them. (search)
ry Station.-- Hungary Station.452319210 Tyler's plurality, 183; which, added to the vote of the city of Richmond, makes his plurality in the city and county 518. We have a report that Mr. Tyler has a majority in Hanover county, but of this we are not positive. The general belief is that he is elected. Fifth District. The following are partial returns from Charicite county: Keysville — Bocock 71, Goods 26, Smith's Tavern — Bocock 30, Goode 20; Robey's — Bocock 20, Goode 5; Ct. House --Bocock 47, Goode 12, Wood Bouldin 1. Sixth and Seventh District. Lynchburg, Nov. 7.--In Campbell and Lynchburg, Kean's majority for Congress is about 250. In Amherst there is about a tie between Kean and Holcombe. In Nelson, the full vote is for Kean, $18; Holcombe, 171; and Leake, 46. Six Campbell companies in the 11th Regiment voted as follows: Kean 156, Holcombe 53, and Leake 12. It Bedford, as far as heard from, the vote is almost unanimously for John Goo
The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1861., [Electronic resource], Jackson's brigade — separation between him and them. (search)
Royal. particulars of the engagement — brilliant conduct of Com. Tatnall's fleet — the Savannah has two Balls shot through her, &c., &c. Savannah, Nov. 7. --The steamer Resolute, of the Confederate fleet, came up at eleven o'clock last night, to coal. She brought correct particulars of the operations at Port st night firing was again heard at Port Royal, and warm work was anticipated. [second Dispatch.]heavy firing — terrible fighting at Beaufort, & C. Augusta, Nov. 7, P. M.--Special dispatches to the newspapers of Augusta from Savannah, dated to-day, state that heavy and rapid firing has been heard all the forenoon. orning, states that a terrible fight is progressing at Bay Point. The result is unknown. [third Dispatch.] Confederate batteries dismounted, &c. Savannah, Nov. 7. --8 o'clock, P. M.--Seven Federal vessels passed the batteries at Bay Point this morning. After getting inside, they opened fire on Hilton Head. The batte<
From Charleston. arrival of General Lee--Congressional election — the South Carolina Legislature, &c. Charleston, Nov. 7. --Gen. Lee arrived this morning. Col. Clingman, with his North Carolina Regiment, has also arrived. Hon. W. Porcher Miles has been elected to Congress from the 2d district of South Carolina. Eight vessels passed the bar this morning bound Southward. Columbia, Nov. 7.--The Legislature on yesterday chose Presidential electors and adjourn Charleston. arrival of General Lee--Congressional election — the South Carolina Legislature, &c. Charleston, Nov. 7. --Gen. Lee arrived this morning. Col. Clingman, with his North Carolina Regiment, has also arrived. Hon. W. Porcher Miles has been elected to Congress from the 2d district of South Carolina. Eight vessels passed the bar this morning bound Southward. Columbia, Nov. 7.--The Legislature on yesterday chose Presidential electors and adjourned
Message from the Governor of Georgia. Milledgeville, Nov. 7. --The Governor's Message was read on yesterday, and is published this morning. The Governor refers to the early history of the Union, and advocates the doctrine of State rights. He deprecates the power conred on the President to accept State troops without the intervention of the Governor of a State, and pronounces the act unconstitutional and opposed to State rights. He says that Georgia has now fifty regiments in the field, forty of which are State troops, and ten independent regiments. He recommends the issue of Treasury notes by the State, and also, recommends an advance to the planters of two-thirds of the value of the cotton crop of the State, on certain conditions. He advices there-enactment of the stay law, and alludes to the unpatriotic speculations of some dealers in articles of prime necessity, and asks that authority may be vested in the Governor to allow him to seize, for the use of the tr
The Cotton crop for the year, 1861. New Orleans Nov. 7. --The total cotton crop of the year is 3,699,926 bales, being a decrease from last year of 997,800 bales. The exports from New Orleans reach 1,915,300, and the total export of the Confederate States 2,764,840 bales, being a decrease from last year of 881,880 bales.
Tennessee election. Memphis, Tern., Nov. 7, --The vote for President and Vice President was 2,545 David M. Currin's majority for Congress 1,595.