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The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Robert Stiles, Four years under Marse Robert, Index. (search)
5-17, 130-31, 179, 292-93. Mitchell, Capt., 216 Moncure, Travis Daniel, 294 Moore, ........., (Pvt., Va. Militia), 70-71. Moore, Allen W., 297-98. Moore, W. E., 297-99. Morris, Edward Joy, 27 Mortars, 293 Morton, Allen, 50-51, 145-51. Morton, Jeremiah, 189-90. Morton Hall, Va., 189 Morton's Ford, Va., 120, 235, 241-42, 268 Mules, 224-27. Museum of the Confederacy, 357 Music, 18, 49, 75, 202-203, 268-69, 296-97. Mynheer von Dunck, 75 Napoleon, Prince Joseph Charles Paul, 59 Napoleon I, 18, 164, 167, 337-39, 346-48. National Tribune, 346 Naval Battalion, 329, 333 Negroes: mentioned, 39, 77, 99, 340; in Northern army, 316-17; proposals for employment of as Confederate infantry, 19-20. Nesbit, Col., 221 New Haven, Conn., 25, 36-39, 44, 152, 174-75, 200, 355 New Kent Court House, Va., 87-88. New Orleans, La., 185, 248 New York, N. Y., 25, 33-36, 44, 49, 92, 354 New York Journal of Commerce, 37-38. Newton, Hubert Anson, 35
[from the New Orleans true Delta.] Prince Napoleon and his Mission to America. Napoleon, Joseph Charles Paul, now on a visit in Washington, is a son of the late exkink Jerome and Frederica Catharina, princess of Wurtemberg. He was born on the 9th of September, 1822, at Trieste, on the Adriatic, and passed his early years in Italy, where his parents, after the downfall of the old Napoleon, resided, the father under the title of Count of Montfort. Banished with all the Bonapartes in 1831, in consequence of a revolutionary movement of the Romagna, (Papal States,) the young prince, yet a mere boy, would have already become a political refuges had not the ambassador of Russia at Rome intervened in his favor. In 1837 the Prince entered the service of the army of his mother's next relative, the king of Wurtemberg, but preferring travelling to drilling, no visited many countries, and obtained in 1845, from Louis Philippe, the permission to re-enter France, and to stay a few week
iment, Capt. McNally in command, arrived at Fort Fillmore, from Fort Craig, on the 2d.--A company of Infantry were expected from Fort Staunton on the 5th. A large number of wagons of quartermaster and commissary stores have arrived at Fort Fillmore from Albuquerque and Fort McLane within the last ten days. Fifty cavalry horses have been received from Fort Craig, to supply the place of those lately captured by the Texans. Major Lynde arrived on the 2d, and takes command. Major Paul, late Commandant at Fort McLane, has been ordered to Santa Fe, to assist in organizing the volunteer regiment. Of the Texas troops of Ford's Regiment assembling and to assemble at Fort Bliss, the Times says: The Confederate troops now at Fort Bliss, or shortly to arrive there, are six companies of regulars and one company of El Paso county volunteers. They number 640 men, and are well supplied with all equipments, artillery, ammunition, horses, and supplies. Major Waller is in