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The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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France. Mr. Massey, Member of Parliament, in his late speech at Falford, declared "it was notorious that the French Government had repeatedly and earnestly remonstrated with our Government (Great Britain) to join them in putting an end to that which was no blockade" We had often seen this statement before, but, coming from so responsible a source, it no longer admits of question. Two nations, Spain and France, have, from the beginning, manifested a decided sympathy with the Southern cause, which the South will remember with gratitude. Both of them would have gladly raised the blockade but for the opposition of the British Government. The interests of England in American affairs are of a very complicated character, but she much mistakes her permanent welfare if she permits the golden opportunity for intervention in American affairs to pass unimproved. If she saves the debts due her subjects in the North, she loses, in the event of Southern overthrow, the cotton of the So
rty prisoners. The Yankees admit the loss of seven killed and fifteen wounded. The Confederate militia were surprised.--Colonel Scincludiver, of Berkeley, was in command. He escaped. The names of the prisoners taken by the Yankees are as follows: Col R. F. Baldwin, Capt Lovett, Capt Wm Lodge, Capt Willis, Capt Beard, Lieut Col McCoole; David Carper, Isaac Carper and Chas Duval, of Capt Eddy's company; Chas W Bush, of Capt Bitzer's mounted militia; Jas Bell, of Capt Lodge's company; Thomas Steele, David Gratze, Adam Lawyer, Joseph Knight, Jos Ritter, and Buckner Massey, of Capt Pierce's company; Wm Jenkins, Geo Clark, and Wm Helland, of Capt Willis's company; Samuel McKown, of Capt Lodge's company; Lieut R. L Gray, of Capt Bear's Winchester company; and Jos McCartney, of Winchester. Our troops, after the engagement, retired to Pughtown, in Frederick county, where they remain — barring a few, who, with overdone prudence, retired to their homes, and are probably still there.