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The Daily Dispatch: June 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], The battles of
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From Vicksburg--Count Mercier to sail for Europe — correspondence between foreign Consuls and Butler. Augusta, June 27. --The Jackson Mississippian, of the 23d, says that Porter's mortar facet was repulsed at Grand Gulf by light batteries. The enemy opened on Vicksburg, Saturday, for one hour. No injury reported. Col. Stone, late of the Memphis Appeal, says that Cincinnati papers of the 16th, contain a Washington dispatch, stating-that-Count Mercier had engaged passage to sail in the next steamer to that carrying out Lord Lyons. The report excited much sensation in Yankeedom. Gen. B. F. Butler has had a sharp correspondence with the British, French, and Greek Consuls relative to some sugar seized belonging to subjects of those countries, and to the oaths required of aliens. His language was coarse and pointed.
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Congressional election. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], Women and children sent from their Homes. (search)
Arrests. --The following arrests were accomplished by the city police on Saturday night and Sunday: Ann A. Thomas, for wandering about the streets in a deranged state; Charles C. Pedick, for stabbing and murdering an unknown man; Pickens Butler, for resisting the officers while drunk; Henry Lucas, for behaving disorderly on the street while drunk; Samuel Kennedy, for behaving disorderly in the house of Mrs. Jane Edwards, and resisting and throwing a tumbler at officer J. D. Perrin, who endeavored to stop him; Delia Norvel, as a woman of ill fame, and for occupying a private box in the Theatre, act apart for the accommodation of decent people; and Martha Edwards and John C. Thongpen, for associating with Norvel. The two females gave bail for their appearance before the Mayor this morning; Edward Boseman, a free negro, was caged yesterday evening for stealing a gold watch, worth $200, of Benjamin, slave of N. A. Ragland; the man Charles Pedrick was arrested for stabbing, about fou