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The Daily Dispatch: may 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the
Richmond Dispatch. affairs in Old Louisa.(search)
From Alexandria.bad condition of affairs.the city under Martial law.great excitement at the North.the late collision.the Hessians defeated at Harper's Ferry. Mannassas Junction, May 26. --Arrivals from Alexandria report that 12,000 Black Republican troops are stationed there, and the Virginia stores, with one or two exceptions, closed. The citizens were leaving as fast possible. The port was open and steamers were making regular trips to Washington. The telegraph was open to Washington. Col. Wilcox, of Michigan, was in command of the Abolition forces. A proclamation had been issued ordering all the liquor stores and bar-rooms to be closed and citizens to be in doors by 9 o'clock P. M. Evidences of bad discipline had been manifested. Several houses had been broken into and robbed. A general order, issued last night by Gen. Scott, stopping all entrance into or exit from the city, caused great inconvenience. The news of Ellsworth's death had crea
From Gordonsville.the late collision.troops Advancing from Alexandria.[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Gordonsville, Va., May 26. --Several of those injured by the collision yesterday, it is reported, have since died. The Richmond train, with troops, seems to have been in fault in leaving the station before the Manassa train arrived. The names of Virginians killed are Gentry and McMullin, of Greene county. One of the South Carolinians has had his legs amputated below the knee. The Federal troops have advanced from Alexandria 500 or 600 strong; perhaps for reconnoitreing only.
From Norfolk. Norfolk. May 26. --All quiet here to-day.