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The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], New York items. (search)
New York items. --The New York correspondent of the Baltimore Clipper, of the 3th inst., says: The Navy Agents here continue very active in forwarding supplies and reinforcements for Port Royal, Fort Pickens, and Ship Island. The transport City of New York has left for Hilton Head. The Marion is loading for the same place. She will sail about the 14th instant. Part of her cargo will be 300 horses. The Ericsson will complete loading to-day, and will sail on Thursday or Friday for Key West. The sleigh riding last night and this morning was superb. Third Avenue has rarely witnessed a merrier scene than was presented there all last night. All the fast men, and fast women, and fast horses in town were out, and a good many dollars must have changed handout the hotels between Union Square and the High Bridge. Our city shop-keepers have inaugurated a small speculation by raising the prices of cotton goods. Six penny calicoes are a "levy;" spools of cotton five ce
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Latest European, news Army and Navy Pre-Ara of England. what the "Times" Thinks of Secretary Chase's financial report. By the arrival of the Bohemian at Halifax whose mails reached New York on the 3d inst., we have the following details of news from England: Army preparations. The Army and Navy Gazette says: Another battalion of infantry sailed for Canada of Saturday last, and three more will sail in the course of the present week. Until hostilities are actually declared no further body of troops are likely to be placed under orders in that event the authorities might naturally look to the fine regiments now in the Mediterranean garrisons, the Ninth, Twenty-second, Twenty-fifth and One hundredth, which could be sent across the Atlantic without delay from Gibraltar. The infantry regiments at home are to be strengthened. Recruiting for the army is going on in earnest. The Fourth company of Royal Engineers are under orders to embark for Canada. The fo