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The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], Occupancy of rebel property. (search)
Occupancy of rebel property. --Orders have been issued directing the occupancy for Government purposes of property in Washington of persons known to be in the service of the Confederacy, including five houses belonging to Commodore Forrest, two to Dr. Cornelins Boyle, one to Dr. Garnett, son-in-law of Henry A. Wise; one to Wm. R. Smith, member of the rebel Congress; one to Mr. Phillipe, ex-Sixth Auditor of the Treasury; one to Captain Dunnington, ex-chief of the capital police, and several others.
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], Message of the
Governor of Alabama. (search)
Arrival of Yankee prisoners. --Sixty Yankee prisoners were received at the Libby prison yesterday, having been sent thither from Gordonsville by Major Boyle, Provost Marshal at that place. They were all privates in the 3d R. I cavalry, and were captured on the 31st of October, at Aldle, near Leesburg, in a cavalry dash by Stuart's men, while on picket. It is said that our men rushed on the surprised and sleeping Abolitionists like a whirl wind, and that they surrendered almost at discretion.