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A legion of Arkansians for Gen. Price. The Little Rock State Journal, of the 4th inst., states that-- Gen. Sterling Price has called for a legion of Arkansians to rally under his standard to beat back the ruthless invaders — the legion to consist of two regiments of infantry, one regiment of cavalry, and two batteries of artillery. This legion is to be under the command of Gen. A. W. Jones. His mission to Richmond has been eminently successful, having procured an abundance of money, clothing, arms, and other essential equipments.
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Loss of Southern trade by the Northwest. (search)
Destructive Fires. Charlottesville, Jan. 16. --10½ o'clock at Night.--The chimney of the Monticello House, used by the South Carolina Association as a Hospital, took fire to-night. One half of the building was burnt. The sick were all safely removed. The furniture and hospital stores were considerably damaged, and many were lost. There were on casualties. Nashville, Jan. 15.--The large tobacco warehouse in Henderson, Ky., owned by Kerr & Co., of Liverpool, was burned on the 4th inst., together with $9,000 worth of tobacco. The fire was caused by an incendiary.
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Loss of Southern trade by the Northwest. (search)
Contributions for the soldiers. Camp "Hood," Near Dumfries, Va. Jan. 9, 1862. Editors Dispatch: I observe in your issue of the 4th inst. a little paragraph complimenting and commending the patriotism and liberality of the citizens of Madison county, Florida, because they sent thirteen hundred dollars worth of clothing, blankets, &c., to their volunteers in this State. That was, indeed, liberal, and becoming the generous people of that gallant State, but your correspondent hails from a county whose noble citizens have far exceeded in generosity those of the aforesaid county in Florida. The "Tom Green Rifles," 4th Texas regiment, were the happy recipients to-day of over four thousand dollars worth of clothing, blankets, &c., obtained and prepared by the citizens and ladies of Travis county, Texas. This is not the only company which has been similarly provided for since the beginning of the present troubles. I write this, Messrs. Editors, in order to show where credit