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The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 25, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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this city two or three months ago, had put in an appearance on the streets of New Orleans. Quite a number of persons, among them the James Finn mentioned above, were arrested Christmas day for "using seditious language and annoying loyal persons by hurrahing for Jeff Davis, Stonewall Jackson, and other rebel leaders." Miscellaneous. The Yankee dispatches from Fort Monroe say the Federals burnt a rebel baggage train at the White House and captured $50,000 worth of goods from "Jim Brown of Baltimore," a blockade runner who is now a prisoner aboard the gunboat Hatasken. Col. Ludlow, the U. S. agent for the exchange of prisoners, telegraphs that it is "highly probable that the rebel Government will rescind the order retaining U. S. officers." Secretary Chase is in New York holding a conference with the bank Presidents. Gen. McClernand has superceded Gen. Sherman on account of the Vicksburg disaster to the latter. A. Malero, a bookseller in New Orleans, h
Castle Thunder Items. --The following commitments were made to Castle Thunder yesterday by order of Captain Doswell, assistant provost-marshal: Michael Kehoe and James McKenney, citizens of Richmond, and Sarah and Bettie, slaves of Mr. Robbins, of Richmond; Burton, slave of Major Page; Jim Brown, Joe Harris and Jones Brown, free negroes; Tom Gray, slave of William Greanor; Benjamin, slave of Major V. Bennett; Harry and Jane White, slaves of William Hatcher, of Chesterfield; Delilah, slave of Nancy Byrd; Maria Perry and Julius, slaves of Maria Hatcher, of Chesterfield; and America, slave of Robert Michaels, charged with attempting to go North. H. W. Ware, member of the Third Virginia cavalry, was also consigned to that institution on the charge of aiding in the escape of slaves to the enemy.