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evidence being strong against them, their lives have had to pay the forfeit. Those who belong to the vigilance committee of Autaugaville, we understand, are the oldest and most respectable, as well as the coolest and most humane men of the county, and would not have committed any act which the circumstances of the case did not imperatively demand. From Florida. The Fernandina Floridian, of the 2d inst., says that the entire vote of the city (223,) was cast for Joseph Finegan and Gen Cooper, "the straight-out, immediate, and compromise, now and forever secession candidate." Gov. Perry had passed through on route for his home in Alabama, having purchased in his late trip to the North 1,000 Maynard rifles, and 6,000 Minnie muskets, for the use of the State. A plan is on foot to take possession of Fort Clinch, in the vicinity of Fernandina, and arm it with guns from the fort at St. Augustine. Commodore Kearney will not Resign. Commodore Kearney, second on the Naval
The Daily Dispatch: August 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], From Gen. Lee's army — fight in Culpeper county. (search)
We have received, through the office of Hon. Robt. Ould, Commissioner of Exchange, New York papers of the 30th ult. We give the following summary of the news they contain: The Intercepted. Dispatches from President Davis and Gen. Cooper--the force around Richmond etc. The New York Heralds publishes the following intercept dispatches from President Davis and Gen Cooper to Gen. Lee, sent while the Confederate army was in Pennsylvania, in reference to a proposition for assembling anGen Cooper to Gen. Lee, sent while the Confederate army was in Pennsylvania, in reference to a proposition for assembling an army at Culpeper under Gen. Beau regard, and the late Union operations on the Peninsula: Adjutant General's Office,Richmond, June 28, 1863. General: While with the President last evening I received your letter of the 23d inst After reading it to the President he was embarrassed to understand that part of it which refers to the plan. If assembling an army at Culpeper Court Hon. Gen. Beraugard.This is the that he has had that such a plan was ever in contemplation, and, taking all
Important to Travellers. --Pleasure seekers and business men, outside of the army, are to have a season of rest, for a while at least. The Provost Marshal in Petersburg, Va., has received an order forbidding him to grant passports on any of the railroads between Richmond and Augusta, Ga., except to persons travelling on business for the Government, officers and soldiers on furlough. This order comes from Gen Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector General, and is imperative.