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The Daily Dispatch: March 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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ry, Col. Drake. Twentieth Mississippi regiment of infantry, Colonel--. --Mississippi regiment of infantry, Col. Reynolds. --Mississippi regiment of infantry, Major Garwin. --Mississippi regiment of infantry, Col. Hughes. --Mississippi regiment of infantry, Col. Cook. Fourteenth Mississippi regiment of infantry, Col. Baldwin. Seventh Texas regiment of infantry, Col. Gregg Second Kentucky regiment of infantry, Col. Hanson. Eighth Kentucky regiment of infantry, Lt. Col. Lyon. --Arkansas regiment of infantry, Col. Lee. Major Donesy's battalion of infantry. Battalion Fourth Alabama, Col. Combs. Four detached companies of infantry. Battalion Tennessee cavalry, Col. Grant. Battalion Mississippi cavalry, Col. Forrest, 800 strong. Eight batteries light artillery. Floyd's Virginia brigade, consisting of the 36th, 50th, 51st, and 56th, in all 2,500 strong, and a thousand or fifteen hundred stragglers, escaped.
naval or military service of the United States. Mr. Mallory, (Union.,) of Ky., looked upon this as an effect to repeal the Fugitive Slave Law, and as a denial of the States to claim their property. He moved the postponement of the bill. Mr. Blair, of Mo., thought officers could be engaged in better business than returning fugitive slaves. Mr. Bingham was against postponement. Mr. Wickliffe, (Union.,) of Ky., mentioned the fact that after the capture of Fort Donelson, General Grant caused twelve slaves, forced into the rebel service from Kentucky, to be returned to their masters. Did the proposition pending prohibit the government from returning such property? Mr. Grider, (Union.,) of Ky., opposed the bill, looking upon it as an indirect way of repealing the Fugitive Slave Law. Mr. Bingham replied that the bill was intended to confine officers to their legitimate duty, and prohibit them from interfering with the civil law. Such practice should not be tol
A blacksmith in Wilkes county, N. C., has commenced the manufacture of ladies' sewing needles, and will soon he able to supply any required quantity. The New York papers of the latest date announce the death of Capt. Philip F. Voorhees, U. S. N., Rev. C. Hance, merchant, and ex-Senator Robert Y. Grant.