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t, as if "they grew out of their backs." Gen Jenkins ordered all the private arms in the city taken possession of, as the citizens had fired on our troops. The stores were opened, and sometimes the Confederates paid for goods with Confederate money, and sometimes they — didn't. Miscellaneous. Commander Henry A. Wise has been appointed Acting Chief of the Ordnance Bureau at Washington. The property of Mrs. Mary E. Dandridge, (formerly Mrs. W. W. S. Bliss,) a daughter of Gen. Zachary Taylor, has been confiscated at Detroit, Michigan. Rear Admiral A. H. Foot, U. S. N., died in New York Friday. He was a genuine Yankee, from New Haven, Conn. A pile of the tabooed papers--New York World, Chicago Times, and quire--were burnt in the streets of Leavenworth, Kansas, on the 19th. A band of music was on hand. The merchants of Boston offered a reward of $10,000 for the capture of the Tacony. The invasion of Pennsylvania has put coal up $1 per ton. T. P. R
Scott and Taylor. We presented to our readers a few days ago an extract from the autobiography, in his own estimation, disposes of, now that Taylor is dead, in a truculent and merciless fashion.ne. But, whilst he is endeavoring to make General Taylor ridiculous, he treats his readers to an expathies to Scott because of his Unionism. General Taylor was as good a Union man while he lived as f the vain old person that he dilates upon General Taylor's ignorance — not of the military art, mine said Winfield is such a brilliant ornament. Taylor had not enlarged and refreshed his mind by read States that he was a better soldier than General Taylor. Every one knows that Scott is an author He even admits, in his lofty style, that Taylor "was kind, sincere and hospitable, in a plain The sting of this famous assault upon General Taylor lies in the tail of the paragraph. "In theurprised at the omission. We never heard that Taylor ever wronged Scott before his nomination to th[4 more...]
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