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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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mmunication and accompanying documents were referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Several bills were reported from the Senate and committed. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, presented the following resolution: Resolved, That a joint committee, composed of three members on the part of the House of Delegates, andbus, in the State of Ohio, are treated, and what steps should be taken by the authorities of the State to render them more comfortable. At the request of Mr. Anderson, the clerk read a communication addressed to the Memphis "Avalanche," by a prisoner who escaped from the prison, relating the horrible treatment of the Virginians incarcerated therein. Mr. Anderson addressed the House in a few forcible remarks in favor of taking some measures to relieve our unfortunate fellow-citizens. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Barbour offered the following resolution, which was adopted: Resolved, That the Special Committee inquire and report
yet, nor will there be until large reinforcements are received.--Gen. Rosecrans was expected at Romney daily, and on his arrival it was thought that active operations would be resumed. Gen. Kelley is at Cumberland, and is still very low from the effects of his wound. He has never quite recovered since he was struck down at Philippi. From the upper Potomac. Frederick, Jan. 8. --There is no new movement here or up the river. It is believed that Jackson has been joined by Generals Anderson and Loring's Brigades, and gone to attack Gen. Kelly. All eyes are now turned towards Romney. Jackson's rebel force probably exceeds ten thousand men. Gen. Hamilton, of the Second Brigade, is recovering from a severe billions attack. Last night was the coldest of the season here, but the troops are all comfortable, and make no complaints of hardships. A report is current at Wheeling, that the enemy's forces were in full retreat from Hancock. Gen. Shields and Senat