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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal reports from Southeastern Kentucky. (search)
w at the disruption of the Union, and compares it to a man's ordering a splendid funeral for his friend, when that friend is not dead; but only a little sick. Such is the condition of the Union now — so Tram says; and it will soon be on its feet again. He tells how this miracle is to be accomplished. Listen! "Our thirty million loan, so readily taken by our people, is nothing to what we can do; England spends that sum every year on army and navy. The days of Perry and Decatur and P. M Jones are to be revived. The fleets are off — a new set of tactics — take Hatteras. Send back the North Carolina troops! telegraphs the Governor. Take Savannah! Send back the Georgia regiments! telegraphs the General in command to Beauregard — take New Orleans!--send back the Louisiana contingent, and shortly Beauregard is left nigh and day without an army, having reduced Virginia to a desert like a vineyard destroyed by locusts. Where is Beauregard?--alone, uncared or, forgotten. Where i
d that Col. C. K. Graham, of the Fifth Regiment, Excelsior Brigade, who was arrested for destroying some building at Mathias Point, in his late reconnaissance, has been honorably restored to duty by Gen. McClellan, and ordered to join his regiment without delay. Officers retired from the army. Washington, Nov. 27. --In addition to those heretofore announced, the army board have retired the following-named officers, in consequence of physical disability: Majors Henry B Judd, Llewellyn Jones, and Christopher S. Lovell. The President has approved the finding of the board. Reported capture of a cargo of War munitions from Canada. Authentic information has been received at Washington, that a small light droit Canadian steamer has been seized off the coast of Maine by a United States revenue cutter. The steamer had on board about 10,000 Springfield muskets, clothing, boots, bank paper, munitions of war. She was cleared from Canada, and the cargo was consigned to part