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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
were recovering them by diving. The whole place wears a desolate appearance Some of the large guns have only been removed a distance of six miles up the Shenandoah. It was reported at Harper's Ferry that all the engines below Opequan have been destroyed, also these at Martinsburg, numbering upwards of seventy at both places. The pickets of the Confederates opposite Williamsport returned to night, after an absence of two days. They are also reported to have returned to other Fords. Ex-Governor Manning brought the order to evacuate Harper's Ferry. The messenger saw the Scott Legion on their march to-day; they looked well. He also saw the First City Troop — all in good health. Re-opening of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Point of Rocks, June. 15 --The obstructions of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at this point have been removed, and the road, under the vigorous supervision of the master of transportation and other officers of the road, was re-opened to Harper's