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The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The Prince of Wales' revenue from the Duchy of Cornwall will, for the last year, be about $225,000, an increase from the previous one of over $20,000. Waldo P. Johnson, the new U. S. Senator from Missouri, is a native of Harrison county, Va., and a nephew, not a son, of Ex-Governor Jos. Johnson. Professor Beverly R. Waugh, son of the late Bishop Waugh, died at Harrisburg, Pa., on Sunday night. Mr. Keene Richards, of Kentucky, sold, a few days ago, his splendid filly "Bettie Ward," to Mr. Folay, of Louisiana, for $6,000. Anderson, the fugitive slave, is in Montreal. He is to go to England on the opening of navigation. Howard, one of the clowns at the English Circus in Constantinople, was murdered in a street disturbance a short time since. The volunteer rifle corps of England now numbers 140,000 men.
porting salt to the other side of the Savannah. Somehow Governor B. got an inkling of the movement and gave orders, by a dispatch, to our city authorities, that all the salt in the city in the hands of dealers should be seized. Accordingly, over 700 sacks were, sized yesterday at the depot of the South Carolina railroad. Much had, however, made its escape to South Carolina, out of reach of the Gubernatorial talons. Gen. Breckinridge's staff. The Vicksburg (Miss.) Sun learns that the staff of Gen. breckinridge is made up as follows: Geo. B. Hodge, A. Adjutant Gen.; T. T. Hawkins, d-de-Camp; A Keene Richards, Brigade Quartermaster; Clinton McClarty, Brigade Commissary. Burning of a Gunboat. Mobile Nov. 24. --The gun boat Tuscarora was burned to the water's edge, fifteen miles above Helena, on Saturday. The origin of the fire is unknown. The magazine was saved. The shells forward and aft of the locker exploded, but hurt nobody. Dunington and crew are here.
th inst., we copy the following: Information reached this city yesterday that a portion of the Federal troops destined for the expedition to the Eastern shore of Virginia, left Newtown, Md., on Sunday morning, and proceeded towards Accomac county, Va. They were accompanied by Captain Knight, the Assistant Adjutant of Gen. Lockwood, with a flag of truce. Capt. Knight is reported to have soon ascertained that the Confederates, or those in arms in Accomac, had all dispersed the night previous, and gone, it was supposed, into Northampton county. Capt. Knight found entrenchments in several places, apparently hastily abandoned. Captain Richards's cavalry proceeded as far as Drummond town, which is the county seat of Accomac. In this town the American flag was hoisted on Sunday evening, and many of the people are represgnted to be pleased with the views set forth in the proclamation of General Dix.--The Purnell Legion and the Second Delaware Regiment remained at Newtown on Sunday.