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The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
ven by prisoners, and other circumstances, it has been positively established that at least sixty thousand men were brought against our divisions. There were at Fair Oaks Station during Saturday the following rebel Generals: Jeff. Davis, General Robert R. Lee. General G. B. Magruder, General Johnston, General Huger. These three latter had commands in action. In addition, General G. W. Smith, General Longstreet, General D. H. Hill, and Brigadier-Generals Pettigrew, (prisoner,) Rhodes, Hood, Aheir commands. The army of Manassas, General Johnston; the army of Gordonsville, General G. W. Smith; the army of the Peninsula, General Magruder; the army of Norfolk, General Huger, were all engaged; General Johnston commanding in the field; General Lee, Commander-in-Chief; General Magruder, executive officer on their left; General G. W. Smith, on their right. Huger commanded the reserves. Now, had the great strength of our right wing been precipitated upon them at that time, who can say th
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Extraordinary scheme of a convicted Forger. (search)
Accommodation for the sick. --A new hospital has been established on 20th street, between Main and Franklin, in Chisholm & Lee's tobacco factory, a large, clean, and cool house, where ample provision has been made for the accommodation of a due share of all future sick and wounded of our soldiers.
From Northern Virginia. The accounts which we continue to receive in regard to the operations of our army under Gen. Lee are cheering. There is no longer any doubt that the advance of our army has crossed the Potomac, and a portion of it has even penetrated Pennsylvania. We learn from a gentleman, who left Martinsburg a few days ago, that on Tuesday last we had one division of infantry at Hagerstown and others in the neighborhood, and that the cavalry commands of imboden and Jenkins reached Chambersburg on Tuesday night. On Wednesday morning they commenced the destruction of the public property at that place, and removing the stores southward. Harper's Ferry is said to be invested by a corps of our army. Everything indicates a general forward movement northward.
On that day the intelligence was received that Lee, with an army 90,000 strong, was marching north of Washington. The exact whereabouts of Gen. Lee is supposed to be near or at Thoroughfare Gapr stating that such an attempt may be made by Gen. Lee. A batch of the latest dispatches. Wion of the rebels to return and reunites with Gen. Lee's army; but of course this is more assumption are forming. The work goes bravely on. Gen. Lee's strength and plans. A Baltimore correspn progress towards the North is being made by Gen. Lee's whole army. The advance is led by General the corps had not come up at last accounts.--Gen. Lee, with Hill's corps and Longstreet's corps, is Hooker's army. This movement on the part of Gen. Lee has apparently bewildered Hooker, who did notetting his columns in motion, and will follow Gen. Lee's army wherever the latter goes. Martintedly move immediately into Pennsylvania. Gen. Lee's force engaged in this movement is fully 98,[2 more...]