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The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], Particulars of Van-Dorn's recent victory. (search)
le precision into the position occupied by Generals Van-Dorn, and Armstrong and staff, and your correspondent. We quickly "changed our base"eft, and Whitfield reported that he was hard pressed, when one of Armstrong's regiments, held in reserve, was ordered to his support until Crng heavily, and upon which they directed two piece of artillery. Armstrong's entire brigade was then rapidly crossed from the right of the pt in rear of our forces, and commanding the railroad. So soon as Armstrong's brigade got into position as infantry they, together with Whitf Texans rallied and returned to the charge. Upon the right, too. Armstrong's brigade pushed the enemy to the summit of their line of hills, boxes. Our own loss is 30 killed and 125 wounded--nearly all in Armstrong's and Whitfield's brigades. Among the killed we mourn Col. Earl,on to mourn the loss of our gallanted officer, Capt. Watson, of Gen. Armstrong's staff, who was instantly killed while leading a charge of one
The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The English press on the emancipation Society. (search)
the Tax bill was the next business of the body; and the bill was finally passed — ayes 30 noes 4. Those voting in the negative were Messrs. Thompson, Robertson, Urquhart, and Whittle. The majority report of the Salt Committee, contracting with Messrs & Co., and the minority substitute therefore, contracting with J. C. Clarkson, for a supply of salt, were taken up, and both defeated,--no constitutional of Senators voting--three-fifths being required to make the contract valid. Mr. Armstrong thereupon submitted a joint resolution of some length providing for the appointment of a special committee of the House and Senate, with authority to during the recess of the General Assembly, and to contract with Messrs Scott & Co., or Messrs Stewart. Buchanan & Co for a supply of at least hundred of thousand bushels of salt; or, in the event of the failure of these parties to contract, the said committee to be authorized to take possession of the salt works in to be name of the Stat