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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Prison Items. --The following parties were received into Castle Thunder yesterday, viz: Nine men from the Military Prison of the Western District for medical trestment; Wm. J. Hudgine, of Co. F. 18th Va. Regit, deserter, sent by the enrolling officer of Buckingham county, to be returned to his regiment; John Raiser, Co. K, 14th La, deserter; Wm. J. Ray. Co. K, 5th Va Cavairy, deserter; Jos Hill, steamer Richmond, deserter; J. M. Creedy, Jos Davis and A. G. Bird, supposed deserters from the Navy, arriston in Charlotteaville; eleven conscripts, sent by the Provost Marshal of Charlotteaville; arn Hale, Solotoon kisher, and S P Hale, for harboring deserters Dan Keith, G Powers, and Jas M Hale, 54th Va regiment, deserters.
r last intelligence, it will be remembered, was that Hooker's corps captured the strong position occupied by the Confederates on Lost Mountain, but was subsequently compelled to abandon it. From Arenas. A telegram from St. Louis states that all the military posts between Cape Girardeau and Little Rock have been abandoned, and that the Confederates have regained all but a small portion of Arkansas. Lincoln's Foreign policy. In the Yankee House of Representatives, on Monday, Mr Davis, of Md., from the Committee on Foreign Relations, introduced the following resolution. Resolved, That Congress has a constitutional right to an authoritative voice in declaring and prescribing the foreign policy of the United States, as well in the recognition of new Powers as in other matters, and it is the constitutional duty of the President to respect that policy, not less in diplomatic negotiations than in the use of the national forces when authorized by law, and the propriety o
The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in Wickham's cavalry brigade. (search)
List of casualties in Wickham's cavalry brigade. June 11th. --In an engagement near Louisa C H — Killed Sergt J W Wilcox, 3d Va cav. Wounded: Lt Col W R Carter, privates Mason Marshall, 1st Va cav, C Gill, Price, Bebbler, Hawkins, W T Phelps, 2d Va cav; J B Boyd, C C Wimbish, J R Bracey, R C Shields W Tuggle, F L Elliott, B H Bagsdale, 3d Va cav; Sergt R C Towles, mortally, privates T P Ellicott, Jos Davis, L C Pridmore, Thos Sparrow, T H Aylor, W Snith, T Clatterbuck, J A Banbecker, W S Robertson, J L Henderson. J C Cooke, Corpis P H Leadbatter and C R Wingfield, privates W J Binford, M A Waldrop, R W Luous, R A Hart, H Helm. Va cav. Missing: John Quigley, G W Fleming, D F Waldrop, J M Ficklin, 4th Va. c. June 12th--Near Trevillian's Depot — Killed: Privates Darby, 2d Va cav. W C Moseley, Lt B J Hill, 3d Va cav; W B Abraham, 4th Va cav. Wounded, Pvtes King, Lipscomb, Sergt Harris, Pvtes Kelley, J J Conner, Capt Whitehead, Pvtes Watts and Bayton, 2d Va cav; Pvtes Dab
300 Dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the delivery to me of my man spoke to S N Davis & Co, or Richmond. Said negro, I believe, is lurking in Charicfle county, Va — He has a wife at Mr Motley's, in Keysville, of said county. Atick was originally from Georgia, but has lately lived in Garotte; he is about 5 feet 6 or 8 or 9 inches high, very black, note very wide and flat, has a prominent scar on the upper part of the breast bone; is quite intelligent, and can read and write. I purchased him in Richmond in May of J R Sedgwick. Alic carried off a large bay horse belonging to Dr Geo Brown. Said horse was lame in one of his hind feet by gravel, he is slightly white in his face and on both hind feet. Lewis J Walton, M D, Wlton's Cumberland co. Va. je 30--eod6t