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The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], To Graduates and Ex-Cadets of the Va. Military Institute. (search)
r. Kemp was subsequently discharged but Mr. Williamson was sent to Fort McHenry. The advance of the Confederates. Greeley, in the New York Tribune, of the 7th inst., thus appeals to the great State of New York: Let the great State of New York arouse. The whole South is moving its available military power to the linitizens to contribute to the National loan, and thus enable the banks to take second and third instalments. The Hatteras affair. The New York World, of the 7th inst., seems to regard the Hatteras capture as a rather poor job: The sharp criticisms on General Butler and Commodores Stringham in the newspaper for not compl--General Maclcan has conquered the seceders, took their guns and wagons, and is advancing. Secessionists in New Jersey. The New York Evening Post, of the 7th instant, says: Yesterday morning, Marshal French, of Jersey City, with a force of twelve men, went to Hackensack, New Jersey, to arrest a number of Secessioni