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The Daily Dispatch: May 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ve to be accepted for the good of the service, as it is believed that no officer capable and disposed to perform his duty at this time would resign. A letter from Fortress Monroe says the steamer Dictator, from Newbern and Hatteras Inlet, reports that a bottle was picked up off Hatteras on the 20th, containing a record of the loss of the steamer Manhattan at sea. She was from Wilmington, N C, bound to Bermuda. A large lot of cotton was picked up off Hatteras on the . On Thursday the members of the Ladies' Loyal League held their anniversary meeting at the Church of the Puritans, at New York, are Stanton presiding. Addresses were made by Lucretis Scott. Wendell Phillips and George Thompson. Gen Hooker, it seems, was not wounded in the recent battles at and near Reases. The sufferer was Brig Gen Harker. Butler's Medical Director puts his loss in the great fight of Monday at five thousand, exclusive of Heckman's brigade, which is reported as nearly all missing.