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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1863., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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red and sixty. The rebels responded from Fort Moultrie. A letter to the Philadelphia Inquirer, dated in the Army of the Potomac on the 28th ult., says: Our astute enemy seems restive and uneasy in front, and especially on our right. Gen. Lee is evidently very anxious to keep our army back, and makes the best show of the few men he has now under his command that is practicable. On Monday he made a bold push forward to reconnoitre, his spies having informed him that our army was advassas. The road will be put in complete repair as far out as the army has advanced in the course of four or five days more. A refugee from Spotsylvania county, Va., by the name of King has arrived in Alexandria with the report that Hood's division of Longstreet's corps that went West to the aid of Bragg has rejoined Lee. King states that he did not meet a single Confederate picket on his way. Senor Romeo has been received by Lincoln as the Minister of the Juarez Mexican Government.
20 prs gloves; Mrs. Kate H Friend, 5 prs of socks; Mrs. Hansborough, 2 pairs of socks. The Christian co-operation of Southeastern Va, per Rev W J Pettigrew, $46; Mrs. G--, 50; G W Wilson, 200; a Virginia lady, a $10 bank note, equal to 30; Henry A Holiday and wife, Spotsylvania, 24; a friend to the poor, per G W Sagby, 50; Chas E Caylett, 1st Co Washington Artillery, N O, proceeds of sale of songs, 15; Proceeds of tableau given by young ladies of Charlotte and Lunenburg counties, per Mrs. Elizabeth Lee, Treasurer, 425.15; Geo W Wilson, 100; Mrs. Pattle S Jones, Charlotte, 50; Mrs. Beverly Roy, Essex, per Dr. J N Powell, 50; E Fontaine, Hanover, 29; John Randolph Tucker, 50; Mr. A, 20; R P, of Drewry's Bluff; 20; A D Smith, Surgeon 62d Georgia reg't, 10; Dr. Skipwith, 10; Rev S B Wilson, D D, Union F Sem, 20; Mrs. K, 20; Wm K Benson, 25; Messrs. Epstin & Brill, 20; F Gannon, 16; Mr. D, 55; H C Harrison, of Goochland, 40; Mrs. C Friend, 60; Andrew Johnston, 30; Mr. H, 50; Dr. Robt Hend
eceived on board the flag ship Charleston by Capt. Tucker and officers. From thence the President and party went to Sullivan's Island, and was received by Gen. Ripley, commanding district, and Gen. Clingman. He visited all the batteries, and Fort Moultrie, where he was received by Col. Wm. Butler. The officers and men were at their various posts. The President reviewed Clingman's brigade, and was enthusiastically cheered by the troops. He then visited Mt. Pleasant and inspected the works there, and reviewed the brigade commanded by Col. Keitt. The President was accompanied by his Aids, Cols. Johnson and Lee, and Gens. Beauregard Gilmer, Ripley, Wise, Soule, and Capts. Elliott and Chisholm. While on Sullivan's Island the party rode up and down the beach. The monitors and the enemy's land batteries at the time were in full play on Sumter, and the party was plainly visible to the Yankees, being not over a mile distant. The President visits the lines on James Island to-morrow.
From Northern Virginia. The Central train last night brought us no later information from the army of General Lee, except a repetition of the old story that all was quiet.