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The Daily Dispatch: June 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The First and Second Regiments of Kentucky Volunteers marched into this city to-day, and were presented with colors by the ladies of Cincinnati and Newport. They made a fine appearance and were enthusiastically received. Captain Howe's battery left for Virginia this afternoon. Troops for Fortress Monroe. Boston, June 23. --The Massachusetts 9th Regiment, Col. Cass, will leave on Sunday for Fortress Monroe, by steamer direct. The 7th Regiment, Col. Couch, and the 11th, Col. Clark, will positively leave during the week for the same destination. False alarm — War preparations. Washington, June 22. --At 4 o'clock this morning one of the camps, about a half-mile from Georgetown, was thrown into alarm, and the men called to quarters, but the commotion soon subsided. It may have been occasioned by firing at the pickets, as, according to the representations of the soldiery, the Secession scouts have for some time been indulging in their amusements on both si
g several nights after the affair of Great Bethel, we had no guard beyond Hampton Creek. I have had a long conference with Reuben Packer, exchanged last evening for on O. D. D., (Old Dominion Dragoon,) named Carter — He says that the Confederates still have three prisoners, viz:--George Mason, of the Second New York Regiment; Sergeant Charles Metcalf, of Col. Duryea's Regiment, at Richmond, and Daniel A. Mooney, of Capt. G. W. Wilson's company, of the Troy Regiment, at Yorktown. T. W. Clark, of the 3d New York Regiment, deserted the night before the affair of Great Bethel. He obtained a citizen's suit from a Secessionist, and gave the latter full information of our movements. He is now at Richmond. The Confederates would not receive him into the service. Packer, not hearing the order to retreat, was overtaken by a party of Confederate infantry, and on the evening of the fight was marched to Yorktown with the main body of their force, his hands tied behind his back.