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ht. A correspondent of the Tribune, tells of an expedition up the Astrapoo, which was a "failure," with the loss of the gunboat Boston. Gen Gordon's expedition up the St. John's was also "a failure," with the loss of the Columbine. Surgeon Brown, 18th Virginia, and Surgeons S. Brown and Skiff, 10th Louisiana rebel regiments, have been released from the Old Capitol and forwarded to Gen. Butler to be sent South. John P. Hale, of New Hampshire, has been thrown overboard by his partSurgeons S. Brown and Skiff, 10th Louisiana rebel regiments, have been released from the Old Capitol and forwarded to Gen. Butler to be sent South. John P. Hale, of New Hampshire, has been thrown overboard by his party. The Abolition caucus have nominated. Aston H. Cragin as his successor in the United States Senate. There were several candidates, three of whom ran ahead of Hale. Gen Foster, in command near Charleston, has ordered the fire on the city to be increased. A cold barbarity, because no military result is expected. Augustus Nagle, of Alexandria, has been fined one hundred dollars and sentenced to six months in the Albany Penitentiary, for selling counterfeit passes to soldiers, thus
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1864., [Electronic resource], Politics of Rev. Dr Breckinridge's family. (search)
More contributions for the Ibor. --Since our last report Hardaway's artillery battalion (formerly Brown's,) have voted one day's rations to the poor of Richmond. The battalion consists of the 2d and 3d companies of the Richmond Howitzers, Dance's (Powhatan) battery, Graham's (Rockbridge) do., and Graham's (Salem, Roanoke) do., numbering in all several hundred men. The timely donation has been received and properly distributed.