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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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oops now here will extend their lines several miles further from the Fortress. The Peninsula will soon become an immense entrenched camp. Telegraphic communication is being opened between the several camps and the Fortress. The artesian well has been sunk to a depth of 100 feet. Means are also being employed to bring a large supply of fresh water from Hampton. The headquarters of Gen. Butler, Quartermaster Talmadge and Commissary Taylor are daily crowded by an army of defunct politicians, place-seekers, importunate contractors and modest individuals, with very large axes to grind. Every stranger must take the oath of allegiance on landing, and a sharp look-out is kept up for "contraband of war." A great part of the clothing furnished the New York volunteers is nearly worn out. Paper garments would have served almost as well. Col. Townsand, whose command has not been three weeks in the field, has made a requisition for nearly a thousand new coats, pants and shoes.