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re the success of the approaching campaign of our combined two grand armies. Arrival of Col. Corcoran in Washington. The arrival of the celebrated Col. Corcoran in Washington has been noticeCol. Corcoran in Washington has been noticed. His regiment, the 69th New York, was ordered there to meet him, and was to have serenaded him last week. Hon Alfred Ely was to have made a speech, and on his arrival in the city the following scrteenth street, and after the band had played an appropriate piece, loud Calle were made for Col. Corcoran by the soldiers and the large crowd of civilians present, and in response he made his appearwell enough for men to cheer, but it was men with guns that were wanted. After cheering Col. Corcoran and others, the line was formed and the 33d proceeded to Virginia. Col. Corcoran has beCol. Corcoran has been commissioned a Brigadier. General, to date from July 21st, 1861, the day on which he was taken prisoner at Bull Run. The arrival of the New Levy troops in Washington. Washington is again
The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1862., [Electronic resource], From the Rappahannock lines.--the pursuit of the enemy--Pope Abandoning his wounded. (search)
S. Foster, was mortally wounded. There was great excitement at St. Louis. Many guerrilla heads were hovering about within ten of fifteen miles of St Louis. Butler is to be relieved from the command of New Orleans. Dix succeeds him. Corcoran and Wilcox have been appointed Brigadier-Generals. Corcoran was expected to reach New York from Washington last Friday. Great preparations were making to receive him. Reverdy Johnson has been appointed Provisional Governor of Louisiana. Corcoran was expected to reach New York from Washington last Friday. Great preparations were making to receive him. Reverdy Johnson has been appointed Provisional Governor of Louisiana. The Herald says that with the recovery of Richmond, the rebellion everywhere will be substantially ended except in South Carolina, and to Butler will be reserved the task of restoring that refractory State to law and order from his headquarters in Charleston. Sales of Cotton in New York, Tuesday, 400 bales at 46¼@47 Gold quoted at 1.15; exchange 1.271.27¼. The Europe with Liverpool dates to the 9th has arrived, Mr. Slidell had an interview with Thonvenel subsequent to an audience w