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The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ays, and was then driven by the violence of the storm that was raging to Bermuda They all landed at Bermuda, and remained there one day. Admiral Milue ordered the Rinaldo to take them on to St. Thomas to catch the mail steamer for England, offering the Commissioners, however, if they preferred it, to send them on in Her Majesty's ship Racer, but they expressed themselves well satisfied with the Rinaldo, and accordingly proceeded in her. She left Bermuda on the 10th inst., and arrived at St., Thomas on the 14th, about two hours before the Fleta sailed for this port. The health of the prisoners has not suffered in any way by their confinement in Fort Warren, although they describe both the prison and the treatment they received as being very bad. Capt. Hewitt, of the Rinaldo, did everything in his power to testify the kindly feelings of the British Government towards the prisoners, and to promote their comfort on board his ship; and they speak in the same manner of the behavior and c
he expediency of extending the time allowed the sheriff of Greenbrier county to pay the revenue of said county into the Treasury. Proposed Recess. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, offered the following resolution: Resolved, That after this day, and daily during the residue of the session, the Senate will take a recess from half-past 2 till half-past 4 o'clock, and that no Senator be allowed to speak more than ten minutes at one time, unless by unanimous consent. On motion of Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, the resolution was laid upon the table. Senatorial Privileges. Mr. Robertson also submitted the following resolution, which was adopted: Whereas, It has been affirmed in the presence of the Senate that gentlemen, holding lucrative offices, claim and exercise the privilege of sitting and voting as members of this body: Resolved, That the Committee of Privileges and Elections inquire whether any gentleman now claiming and exercising the privileges of a memb
The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], The cavalry engagement on the Upper Rappahannock. (search)
Army Colportage --Acknowledgments.--Mis Mila Brown, Rappahannock co, Va; 6; Emily S Prior, L. S. E Phillips, 2.50; a lady, per J. A Moon, 21.25; M Cooper, Culpeper co 5; Rev T W Roberts, Nelson co, 40; Mrs. Samuel Rodd, Hanover co, 10; Mrs Eliza F Noel, Essex co, 10, unknown friend, 10, Mrs Martha Thomas, per Rev W. A Whitescarver 6. 25; Mt. Z on Baptist Church, Essex co, per Rev G F Baghy, 50, Upper King and Queen Baptist Church, King and Queen. do, 12093, Ephasus Baptist Church, Essex. Queen, 100; Rappahannock (Reformery) Church, 50, 32; Rermitage Baptist Church, Middlesex. 50, 144.94 Clark's a Co. Baptist Church, Middlesex 50 130.10; Globe Landing Baptist Church Middlesex, 50, 73.90, Olivet Baptist Church, King and Queen Middlesex, 46.50, Exl Baptist Church, King, and Queen, 16; friends to the cause, Exel 34.75; friends in Helton and Montgomery, Ala, per Rev Andrew Broaddus, 1.452.90; Mrs Dr Fountaine Hanover, Per Prof Dobusy, 2; Capt J. P Wood, Accomac co 21; Leigh Street