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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 13 1 Browse Search
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A Gentleman direct from Wheeling, who arrived here yesterday, reports that "Governor" Peirpoint is constantly arresting suspected Secessionists, and sending them to Camp Carlile, near that city; that some personal property belonging to John Knote, Esq., who is now in this section of the State, which had been sent out to West Alexander, was there stopped by a mob and returned to Wheeling; that the trunks of Jefferson T. Martin, Esq., C. S. Marshal, also here, had been seized and their contents confiscated; and in short, that a general reign of terror prevails there, the Southern men being afraid of imprisonment, and the bogus Governor and his minions and supporters ridiculously fearful of the advance of Lee and other rebels.
engagement on which immense consequences may depend; and although we have had Federal intelligence of it for four days, we have not yet a line from our own army! [The Lynchburg Republican of Saturday has a statement about a fight between Generals Lee and Rosencranz, brought by some gentleman from the Salt Sulphur. It is merely an extravagant statement of the fight between Floyd and the Federal General. Generals Lee and Rosencranz, at the time of this engagement, were no doubt sixty or semmense consequences may depend; and although we have had Federal intelligence of it for four days, we have not yet a line from our own army! [The Lynchburg Republican of Saturday has a statement about a fight between Generals Lee and Rosencranz, brought by some gentleman from the Salt Sulphur. It is merely an extravagant statement of the fight between Floyd and the Federal General. Generals Lee and Rosencranz, at the time of this engagement, were no doubt sixty or seventy miles apart.]
Movements of General Lee. --The reader will find a telegraphic message about the movements of the forces under Gen. Lee, which, although not explicit, is very interesting. We gather from it certainly that our men have surrounded the Federal force on Cheat Mountain, on the Parkersburg turnpike, and that another part of our foGen. Lee, which, although not explicit, is very interesting. We gather from it certainly that our men have surrounded the Federal force on Cheat Mountain, on the Parkersburg turnpike, and that another part of our force is advancing towards Elk River. If this is so, it is no doubt the object of Gen. Lee to make his way to the rear of Rosencranz; and if he succeeds in this, he will not only relieve Gen. Floyd, but likely hem in Rosencranz. There must be sharp fighting, we imagine, in this movement. The news from the West and Northwest, theris so, it is no doubt the object of Gen. Lee to make his way to the rear of Rosencranz; and if he succeeds in this, he will not only relieve Gen. Floyd, but likely hem in Rosencranz. There must be sharp fighting, we imagine, in this movement. The news from the West and Northwest, therefore, is just now of the deepest interest.
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