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The Daily Dispatch: August 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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all the army of of allegiance, and to support the and Government of the United States Monday last administered to the subordinates of the Coast by Justice Galian. week the available force from its month to doubled quite. We the nerves of the New that are having prospect that the enemy are a large army over the river of that department, has to be the Brigadier-General of Major Symington, of the one of its two Colonels, and to be its Lieutenant except Major John E. Lee, who in the discharge of the and Judge Advocate General. Alexandria coming to Washington require passes to that end; from all persons passing Washington down to Alexandria, by bridge or boat. Alexandrian, themselves much trouble return passes from the proper their own town are coming to (Md.) stage was stopped bridge this morning, on and brought back to this city.-- including letters to said to have been found. the occupants of the coach and the under arres
opy the following special dispatch from the Baltimore Exchange of the 28d: A gentleman, lately arrived from Western Virginia, brings the intelligence that General Lee was about eight miles north of Gauley Bridge, with a force of 37,000 men, and that men were flocking to him. He reports Gen. Wise as being eight miles off, wit000 men, and Gen. Loring as being seven miles off, with about 8,000 men in another direction. Mr. Jenkins, member of Congress, is raising a brigade to join Gen. Lee, and the Southern feeling is getting daily stronger, as high up as Parkersburg. Rosencranz was at Clarksburg on Monday last, and was very uneasy about his poldiers under their command, I feel especially indebted for their remarkable good conduct on the way, and the respectful treatment I received at their hands. Of Major Lee, and Lieutenants Plumlee and Cocke, and the men who brought me from Abingdon to Richmond, and have had charge of me since I came here, I have no language at my c