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The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1862., [Electronic resource] 15 1 Browse Search
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ndred men. After forming in line and issuing arms and ammunition, Col. Green marched down by the upper battery to Col. Shaw's encampment. He d the latter by his quarters considerably disturbed and serious. Col. Green immediately asked what he should do. "I hardly know, " said Col. Shaw, "the day is lost." Col. Green then proposed that he should go back to the beach, where his baggage was left, for the purpose of protectir another attack, a flag of truce passed by towards the enemy. Col Green at once rode over to Col. Shaw and asked if it was his command that was that the forces on the island had been already surrendered. Col. Green said no more; but exceedingly chagrinned and humiliated, marched re, and, while listening to the fight above between the enemy and Col. Green, drew up the men and deployed skirmishers. Word was soon after bliams--arrived about eleven o'clock. 2d N. C. Battalion, Lieut. Col. Green, Arrived on the Island about twelve. The defences of
Clarkesville. Cleveland, Feb. 27. --Generals Buckner and Tilghman passed through here this morning en route to Fort Warren. Washington, Feb. 27. --Henry Daingerfield, Ex-Mayor Price, H. O. Claughton, J. E. McGraw, W. W. McGraw, W. W. Harper, Henry, Peale W. N. Brown, E. S. Hough, J. W. Burke, J. A. Field, G. H. Market, H. C. Field, W. Cogan, J. L. Smith, W. L. Booth, W. Avery, J. A. McGraw, E. Snowden, Jr., A. J. Fleming, J. N. Chamberlaine, J. English, J. Green, J. Buckingham, W. A. Maury, Stephen Green, W. H. McKnight, J. L. Kinser, Thomas Clowis, J. Entwistle, Robert Ashley, J. T. Baldwin, and C. Marbury, have been arrested on charges of a conspiracy, and will be sent to Fort Warren. They are all highly respectable citizens of Alexandria, and some of them very wealthy.--Their arrest has caused great excitement in the city. Chicago, Feb. 27. --Gen. Pillow destroyed all the military stores in Nashville that he was not able to carry away.