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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Partition of territory in the Old Union. (search)
eake Bay. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, July 30.--The Elisworth First Zouaves, of New York, have been in a state of insubordination ever since their retreat from the Manassas or Bull Run fight, on Sunday, the 21st inst. They openly revolted on Saturday last, and a regiment was ordered out to restrain them. Nine of them are now in jail for an attempt to desert from Camp Walton. Gen. Tyler, of U. S. A., and Lieut. Carter and Col. Keyes are missing. The present Chief Clerk (Cox) of the Navy has been appointed Assistant Secretary. The Douglas Democrat are impatient at having no Generals, although they are the most vigorous in favor of invasion. The President declines to answer why the Baltimore Police Commissioners were arrested. [Third Dispatch.] Washington,July 30.--General Banks it strongly posted at Harper's Ferry, and nothing is known of any Southern movements in that vicinity. The officers of the Fire Zouaves, and the 7th and 8th New Yo
The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], General Toombs' Brigade--Second Georgia Regiment. (search)
ashington, July 30. --The direct tax includes three per cent on the income, and five per cent, on distilled and two on fermented liquors. All Democrats and Southern men opposed the bill, which was passed, however, by 17 majority. Mr. Cox proposed a peace proposition to day in the House, and only 42 votes in its favor could be obtained. Among those who sustained the measure were Messrs.. Cox, Webb, Morris, Nugent, Pendleton, Vallandigham and White, of Ohio; Cravens, Holman, LasCox, Webb, Morris, Nugent, Pendleton, Vallandigham and White, of Ohio; Cravens, Holman, Lase and Voorhies, of Indiana, and Logan, Richardson and Robinson, of Illinois. The Senate adopted an amendment to the tariff bill, which increases the duties ten per cent., and charges ten per cent on the present free list. The amendment was adopted with only seven votes in the negative. In the House, the bill appropriating a million and a quarter of dollars to purchase twelve light-craft steamers, was passed. In the Senate, the bill prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors to