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victories, 1861. June 2--Philippa. June 17--Booneville. July 3--Brier Forks, (Sigel's victory.) July 11--Defeat of Pegram by McClellan. July 13--Carrick's Ford, (death of Garnett, rebel.) August 28--Hatteras forts. September 10--Rout of Floyd, Gauley Bridge. October 5--Second defeat of rebels at Hatteras. October 8--Santa Rosa Island. October 11--Repulse at Southwest Pass. October 25--Charge of Fremont's Guard. October 27--Romney, (Kelly wounded.) November 7--Port Royal. December 13--Camp Alleghany, Virginia. December 18--1,300 rebels captured by Pope in Missouri. December 18--Dranesville. 1862. Second rebel repulse at Santa Rosa. Humphrey Marshall's rout. Capture of rebel batteries in S. Carolina. Mill Spring, (Zollicoffer killed) Fort Henry. Roanoke Island. Fort Donelson, (predicted.) Rebel victories, 1861. April 12--Sumter. June 10--Big Bethel. July 21--Bull Run. September 20--Lexington. October 25--Massacre
The latest advices from Mexico state that the people of Mexico are united in their determination to resist the European invasion. A large amount of hospital stores have been sent to Roanoke Island. The ship Macaulay, of Baltimore, was boarded by the privateer Sumter, near Genoa, but was allowed to proceed. The Federal steamer Primero was lost at sea, in a recent gale. The crew were saved. The 9th Rhode Island battery, and a portion of the Engineer regiment, sailed for Port Royal on the 17th inst. Mr. Slidell had arrived in Paris. The Southerners in Paris think that he will soon accomplish the objects of his mission. Ex-Speaker Pennington, of New Jersey, died on the 10th inst. The Paris correspondent of the New York Herald says that the Emperor Napoleon is ready to recognize the independence of the Southern Confederacy, but was waiting for England to act first. The correspondent says that Lord Palmerston is afraid to make the first move. The p
The Daily Dispatch: February 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Federal operations at Port Royal and the vicinity of Savannah. (search)
Federal operations at Port Royal and the vicinity of Savannah. News from Port Royal up to the 4th inst. has been received in the North. The New York Times's correspondent gives the following: There were no gunboats remaining at Port RoyaPort Royal up to the 4th inst. has been received in the North. The New York Times's correspondent gives the following: There were no gunboats remaining at Port Royal, all of them having been sent up Warsaw Sound to intercept intercourse and cut off supplies between Fort Pulaski and Savannah. The result of this movement, if successful, will be exceedingly disastrous to the fort, as it receives all its supplies Port Royal, all of them having been sent up Warsaw Sound to intercept intercourse and cut off supplies between Fort Pulaski and Savannah. The result of this movement, if successful, will be exceedingly disastrous to the fort, as it receives all its supplies from Savannah. The boats, to the number of 15, were stationed about five miles to the rear of the fort, awaiting further orders. About ten thousand troops embarked on the expedition. It is generally believed at Port Royal that Savannah will bePort Royal that Savannah will be in possession of the National force within a short time. The troops under Gen. Sherman are very much dissatisfied with their present inactivity. They were greatly disappointed in not receiving orders, weeks ago, to march either upon Savannah or Ch