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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
all contingencies. This city is remarkable quiet this morning, there being neither extraordinary facts nor falsehoods to produce excitement. The 2d and 3d Connecticut regiments, it is said, in addition to the two Ohio regiments, passed over into Virginia last night. Washington items. Washington, June 15. --Nine rifled cannons arrived here to-day, six of which were immediately sent forward. William G. Moore, of this city, has been appointed assistant Quartermaster General, under Quartermaster General Meigs, with the rank of Captain. The Washington City Infirmary, now used as a military Hospital, contains one hundred and four patients, only three of whom are considered seriously ill. The Third Michigan Regiment. 1,050 strong, arrived here to-day. They immediately joined the camp of the Second Michigan Regiment, near the great reservoir of the Potomac aqueduct, about four miles from Georgetown. No noteworthy. military movement has been made