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The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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at Rockett. Canal boat Bombshell. Canal boat Grapeshot. Canal boat Rover. List of vessels reported at Fortress Monroe for the Burnside expedition. Name of Vessel.Reported. Schooners EmmaDec. 21, 1861. CordeliaDec. 22, 1861. L MillfordDec. 23, 1861. J BurleyDec. 23, 1861. P M WheatonDec. 23, 1861. H RogersDec. 23, 1861. GlenwoodDec. 23, 1861. AlertDec. 23, 1861. Flying ScudDec. 23, 1861. J P RoachDec. 23, 1861. E H AbbottDec. 25, 1861. RestlessDec. 25, 1861. Eva BellDec. 25, 1861. Kate CallahanDec. 25, 1861. A CorduroyDec. 25, 1861. J H BonceDec. 26, 1861. T H LeonardDec. 27, 1861. Deborah JonesDec. 27, 1861. Spencer DDec. 27, 1861. H H CoggeshallDec. 28, 1861. E S BaileyDec. 28, 1861. M E CarlisleDec. 30, 1861. N B BanksDec. 30, 1861. Sea BirdDec. 31, 1861. W MontagueDec. 23, 1861. Ferry Boat EagleDec. 31, 1861. Ferry CurlewDec. 31, 1861. Schooner ColoradoJan. 4, 1862. S BoiceJan. 6, 1862. M G LenthallJan. 10, 1862. Wm FarringtonJan.
t the Committee of Arrangements of this body be directed to invite the co- operation of the Committee of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia in arranging for the funeral of the deceased. The President then appointed the following Committee of Arrangements: Mr. Bocock, of Virginia. Mr. Curry, of Alabama. Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas. Mr. Ward, of Florida. Mr. Crawford, of Georgia. Mr. Burnett, of Kentucky. Mr. Conrad, of Louisiana. Mr. Harris, of Mississippi. Mr. Bell, of Missouri. Mr. Smith, of North Carolina. Mr. Boyce, of South Carolina. Mr. Atkins, of Tennessee. Mr. Oldham, of Texas. Congress then adjourned, to meet again to-day at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of attending the funeral. The procession In honor of Ex-President Tyler will proceed from the Hall of Congress at 12 o'clock to-day, under the direction of Col. Thomas H. Ellis, as Chief Marshal of the day. It will move forward to St. Paul's Church, where the funeral