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The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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The Burnside expedition.arrival of Gen. Burnside.Illumination of the vessels and their appearance.Excitement at Fortress Monroe.&c. &c. &c. From the New York HeGen. Burnside.Illumination of the vessels and their appearance.Excitement at Fortress Monroe.&c. &c. &c. From the New York Herald's Fortress Monroe correspondence we gather the following very interesting particulars relative to the Burnside expedition: Fortress Monroe, Va., Jan. 11. The great lion of the day is Gen. Ambrose B. Burnside and his gigantic expedition, which has collected there entire since this morning. During the entire aftethe Roads, continuing to arrive until this morning, when the Picket, having Gen. Burnside and immediate staff on board, brought up the rear.--Hampton Roads has only hich cannot very conveniently be indulged in north of "Dixie's land." General Burnside, on arriving at Old Point this morning, waited on General Wool and held a hich the department of Virginia will sustain in the anticipated assault by General Burnside's expeditionary corps. Our neighbors, the rebels, are of course on th
exhibited in the columns of this paper in its issue of the 15th inst., is truly astonishing.--Three whole pages are devoted to the "Brilliant victory at Roanoke." The first page contains an elaborate map of "the Scene of the Great Success of Gen. Burnside and Commodore Goldborough--Roanoke Island and its Rebel Batteries." Then follows the accounts of the battle extracted and published in our issue of yesterday. The second page is devoted entirely to the publication of the names, regimentsy is thoroughly satiated. The third page is almost exclusively devoted to the "Naval Section," giving minute descriptions of the officers and of each gunboat and steamer. We subjoin short sketches of some of the "Heroes:" General Ambrose B. Burnside. The Commander-in-Chief of the expedition, Brigadier General Ambrose Everett Burnside, was born at Liberty, in Union county, Indiana, on the 23d of May, 1824, and is consequently now in his thirty-eighth year. In 1842 he entered t