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The Daily Dispatch: August 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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d of Beauregard and Johnston play their part in the general flurry. A Mr. Cowling, living near Claremont, only five miles from Alexandria, came into town yesterday with a wagon load of furniture, and immediately returned for another, and his wife. He declares that the Confederates have got to Claremont and ordered him to quit. Mr. Cowling has many anxious friends in Washington to-day. The Star very consequentially denies the rumor current this afternoon, and indeed all day, that Gen. Rosencranz has been surrounded by Generals Lee and Wise, and that a dispatch to that effect had been received at the War Department; but the denial may be denied in a day or two. One of the floating scandals of the Departments saith that Mr. Beverly Tucker, Consul to Liverpool, has been naughty in a financial point of view; that he has been drawing freely on Government "for relief to distressed sailors;" that he has incurred so heavy an amount of personal indebtedness in Liverpool, that the e
o run the blockade, to beach herself. The crew escaped. Position of the Federal troops in WesternVirginia. The Cincinnati Enquirer, of Wednesday, says that considerable apprehension is felt for the safety of the Federal troops under Gen Rosencranz in Western Virginia. The Enquirer remarks: There seems to be no doubt that Gen Lee, with a large, well organized and well-provided army, is on his way from Staunton to Huntersville. The defeat of the Federal troops at Manassas enableddraw a large force from Richmond for operations in Western Virginia. General Lee is a very different officer from the deceased Garnett, who was simply a professor or teacher, while Lee is a practical, experienced field-officer. A dispatch from Rosencranz, Secretary to the Reserve Guard of this city, shows that he is apprehensive he needs more force than he has got to meet the Confederate force now in direction for Western Virginia. The New Orleans Battering ram. The same parties who ar