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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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at Mr. J. H. May, who was a neighbor of his, but who was forced to leave his home because of his loyalty, was detailed for duty with the squad at the bridge. When Craven rode up May recognized him and had him arrested. from Fortress Monroe and the Potomac. The steamer Philadelphia, which left Fortress Monroe at six o'clock on Sunday evening, has reached Washington. Her crew report everything at the place on the qui vive from an anticipated move by Gen. Butler in person upon the Secession batteries. It could not be ascertained when the blow would be struck, but it was thought that Great Bethel was the point on which the troops would first move. The sloop-of-war Jamestown is at Old Point, and the Anacosta lies under the Rip Raps. The Pocahontas lies off Alexandria, and the Pawnee guards Maryland Point.--The Propeller Reliance has the launch of the Pawnee in tow, exploring the creeks and inlets along the shores. On Sunday the body of Sergeant Goodfellow, of New Yo