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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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at par in all commercial circles. Greenbacks were depreciating, and not held with any feeling of security. The election proved so great a farce that no certificate was issued. The lucky aspirant has had, therefore, to forego the honors so eagerly sought for. Gen. Hamilton, with his body guard, has his headquarters in the residence of Major Hunt, on Beal street; Gen. Logan's forces were encamped near the State Hospital; Gen Quinby's on New Orleans street, with headquarters at Mrs Jesse Tate's residence; and the Illinois and Iowa cavalry near the Fair Grounds. The fortifications were guarded by three regiments from Iowa and Illinois troops. The gunboat Gen. Bragg was the only war craft in the river. The fall of Arkansas Post — authentic particulars — who surrendered it. Dr. C. H. Smith, chief surgeon of the division at Arkansas Post, has furnished an authentic statement of the fall of that place, which will be found interesting as the first account proceeding fro