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The Daily Dispatch: September 5, 1863., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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The situation. --The Yankees have made no more demonstrations on the Reliance and Satellite since Wednesday. They lost two men, it is stated, by our cannonade. A report was received by the Fredericksburg train yesterday evening that a regiment of Federals was making its way across the country, on this side of the river, to attack the Confederates at Port Royal. The report is not probable; but, if it were true, that "regiment" has doubtless been gobbled up ere this. From Knoxville the latest reliable intelligence is that the Yankees have not occupied the city in large force, though an advance party had visited it. The Lynchburg Republican says that they have occupied it with from 3,000 to 7,000 men, chiefly cavalry. This is hardly likely, as we have a telegraph station within thirty miles of there, and nothing is yet known at the War Department of such occupation. There is nothing from Gen. Lee's army worth mentioning.
r. In this case Mr. Tolleson was equally certain the check was a forgery, and the Mayor made the same decision. The third check examined was one signed by Lee & James, for $305, on the Bank of the Commonwealth, which had been presented to and paid by Handley & Cance.--The same reason for desiring them cashed was given by Mr. John H. Sherman, who, on the 20th of August, paid Chestwood, at his request, the amount called for in the check. The sum inserted was $350, and was drawn by Lee & James on the Exchange Bank. Mr. Newton M. Lee. readily stamped this check as a forgery, and it was also referred to the Hustings Court. The Mayor then summoMr. Newton M. Lee. readily stamped this check as a forgery, and it was also referred to the Hustings Court. The Mayor then summoned. Mr. Daniel Hunt, who had also been victimized in the sum of $323. This check was dated the 3d of August, and had the signatures of Sumner & Arents attached thereto. It was brought to Mr. Hunt after supper, and the same representations were made as regards Chestwood's anxiety to receive the money. Hunt called next day on
The Ten Deserters who are to be shot to-day at Gen, Lee's army, for the murder of Lt. Mallett, did not belong to Co. H, 13th N. C., but to some other company in that regiment.