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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], The masses in Ohio opposed to the war. (search)
Evil name, &c. --John Armistead was brought before the Mayor, yesterday for being a person of evil name, fame, and reputation. The case was continued, and defe dant remanded to jail until the 21st inst.--A man named C. M. Hill, who had been taken up by Lieut. Carter for using incendiary language towards the State of Virginia and for cursing in the street, was admonished and discharged.
Ordnance office. June 14th, 1861. all Accoutrements and Equipments delivered to the Ordnance Department of the State of Virginia will, from and after this date, be turned into the Ordnance Warehouse, at the corner of 12th and Cary streets. C. Dimmock, je 15--ts Col. of Ordnance of Va.
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
equipments have been embraced in this wholesale ruin. It is currently given out by the people of the neighborhood that the railroad company has incurred the serious hostility of the Confederate troops by the supposed want of concert it has shown with them, and by the marked loyalty of the employees towards the Government. At Martinsburg, above Harper's Ferry, some of the extensive workshops and engine buildings of the work are located, and there, as well as at other places in the State of Virginia, the railroad men by an active Union sentiment are said to have been greatly instrumental in maintaining the loyalty that prevails along the line of the road. The road men at Martinsburg number some 400, and there are said to be on the whole line of the road nearly 4,000, many of whom are thrown out of employment by the action of Virginia and the effects of the war on the building of engines, &c. The turnpike bridge, at the mouth of the Shenandoah, is also to be burned. Acco