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and reported that the Sumter had escaped. The dispatches brought by Mr. Goodrich--the Nashville. Washington, December 11,--The dispatches brought by Mr. Goodrich, special bearer from our Ministers in Europe, are of the nighest importance. that the black flag has been hoisted and now floats at Columbus, Ky. The Western Virginia Legislature. Wheeling, Dec. 11. --In the Legislature today, Mr. Carkeadon, of Hampshire, introduced a resolution to prohibit any person engaged in genius of our institution. Affairs in Missouri--recruits for Price's Army — capture of rebels. Ottersville, Mo., Dec.11. --Union men from Lafayette county report that 700 rebel recruits left Lexington yesterday morning to join Gen. Pri prisoners. It is rumored here that Price is moving northward. A reported fight near Waverley. Sedalia, Mo., Dec. 11. --It is reported that a fight took place yesterday near Waverley, Lafayette county, between a body of rebels under
The Daily Dispatch: December 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], A "Battle-Flag" for the Powhatan Troop. (search)
nt to clear any port of a blockading fleet. Mrs. Greenough. The Nashville (Tenn.) Banner says of this lady, whose scathing letter to Seward we published a few days since: The story of this lady's confinement and suffering might be made the thread of a romantic novel. The lady herself, whom we know, would make an interesting heroine to a story, play or poem. She is pretty, dashing, and talented. Die Vernon and Mrs. Greenough might be coupled as women of a kindred class She is an aunt of Mrs. Douglas, quite as showy and much more brilliant in point of intellectual-endowment. From Kentucky — a fight Imminent. A special dispatch from Bowling Green, Ky., Dec. 11, to the Nashville Union and American says: A small body of Federals crossed Green river at Woodsonville this morning, and Terry's Texas Rangers drove them back, killing one. Four thousand Lincolnites are at Munfordsville, preparing to cross. A review of all the artillery takes place to-morrow.