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The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], Particulars of Van-Dorn's recent victory. (search)
s of Fredericksburg it has become a sort of living entrenchments between the lines of the Confederates and the capital of the nation. We make no assault upon General Hooker for this state of things. We concede to him, as a matter of course, what the radicals refused to his first predecessor, a patient and respectful recognition have the freest access to them. Dismissed from the service. The following order is published in the N. Y. Tribune, which it states has been issued by Gen Hooker: Headq'rs Army of the Potomac.Camp near Falmouth, Va., March 6, 1863. General Orders No.21.--Lieut, Nathaniel P Pat First regiment Maryland Cavalry, havtion of existing orders, is dismissed with disgrade from the military service of the United States, subject to the approval of the President. By command of Major Gen. Hooker. S. Williams, Ass't Adj. Gen. The Eighth census of the U. S.--the population of Massachusetts. "Ion,"the Washington correspondent of the Baltimor