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The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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, of attacking the Freeborn. The Pocahontas, however, will attend hereafter to any compliments the Page may offer. Everything was quiet at Mathias' Point, no troops nor batteries being visible. The Captain of the schooner Thompson, which came by the Point on Friday, reports seeing about four hundred troops there drilling near the shore. The Mount Vernon brought up from Old Point twenty 24-pound boat howitzers for use on the Potomac. The Philadelphia, Baltimore, Powhatan, Robert Leslie and Jas. Guy are at the wharves, but the Leslie expects to go down to Alexandria to-day. The seizure of the steamer St. Nicholas. The Baltimore Exchange, of Tuesday, has the following special dispatch: The St. Nicholas, on her last trip from Baltimore, took on board as a passenger a French lady of dark complexion, of rather masculine features, but of quiet manners. There were also a number of passengers, who were proceeding to different points on the Potomac.--At Point Look
Liberal. --Messrs. A. G. McIlwaine and Robert Leslie, of Petersburg, have tendered to Commissary Falconer, at that place, the use of seven hundred acres of land on the river for the use of the Confederate Government as a grazing farm.