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Resignations. --The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald informs that paper that-- "Of the forty five cadets that arrived here from West Point some weeks since, and were commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the army, five have resigned, giving as a reason for doing so that they would not fight against Virginia. Their names are Chambliss, Hoxlon, Rice, Patterson and Campbell. Their names were stricken from the roll of the army, their resignations not being accepted."
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
ight opposite Williamsport. The first division of the army, under Major General Cadwallader, crossed the river to day. The troops waded through the stream with the water up to their waists, and soon established them selves across the river, their advance being covered by two pieces of cannon of the battery of the Rhode Island regiment, planted on the bluff at Williamsport. Gov. Hicks in his Element Hagerstown, June 16. --Gov. Hicks arrived here this forenoon to consult with Gen. Patterson. He visited the camps of the various brigades, and was received with cheers loud and strong. He is staying at the Washington House, where, in answer to repeated calls, he appeared upon the balcony, but declared his unwillingness to speak, but made sundry promises to meet his friends socially to-morrow. He was called upon by many citizens to-day. The privateer "Savannah." New York, June 15. --The schooner Savannah, a privateer, in charge of Midshipman Cook, arrived this af