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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
d, between dam No. 4 and Shepherdstown bridge. A gentleman who arrived here this morning who visited Stenart's Camp at Hainesville, four miles this side of Martinsburg, last evening, says the camp has been broken up, and the troops have moved off in the direction of Martinsburg. Sharpsburg, June 14 --A reliable Virginian, who has arrived here, reports that the Confederate troops left Harper's Ferry to day--one part going in the direction of Winchester, and another into Loudoun county, which movement would seem to indicate that a retreat to Manassas Junction is intended. The railroad bridge was blown up one hour after sunrise this morning. The remaining Government buildings were all burned. The railroad bridge at Martinsburg was also burnt to-day Also the bridge at Shepherdstown. A dark cloud of smoke is still ascending from the turning buildings at Harper's Ferry. The agent of the Associated Press has gone to the Ferry to obtain full particulars. Fer
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond, June 5, 1861. (search)
Leesburg (Loudoun county) is in possession of our troops. They have destroyed the trains of the Alexandria, Loudoun and Hampshire Railroad, to keep them from falling into the hands of the enemy. An American, named Edwin Robinson, has submitted to the Government of Yucatan plan for the construction of a railroad from Merida to Cindad Progreso. Judge Thomas, of Mass. has been elected to the Washington Congress, to fill the Vacancy claused by the resignation of Chas. F. Adams, present Minister at the Court of St. James. A. F. Albers. of Charleston, S. C., Was thrown from the tender of a locomotive on the Augusta Railroad a few days ago and instantly killed. The Federal Government is "seriously embarrassed" in consequence of Northern newspaper publications, and it is intimated that a censorship will be established. It is now stated that Burlingame is appomted Minister to China. The Zouaves at Alexandria claim to have delivered up a slave to his owner.