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The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
ceedingly well received." Electoral Ticket for North Carolina. The following gentlemen have been selected as Presidential electors for the State of North Carolina: State at Large.--Wm. B. Rodman, of Beaufort; Haywood W. Guion, of Lincoln. Districts.--1st, John Pool, of Pasquotank; 2d, H. F. Bond, of Lenoir; 3d, L. W. Humphrey, of Onslow; 4th Jesse G. Shepherd, of Cumberland; 5th, Weldon N. Edwards, of Warren; 6th, Hon. D. S. Reid, of Rockingham; 7th, A. G. Foster, of Randoe cannot bring ourselves to believe that it is. A terrible Lincoln Projectile. The Petersburg Express, of yesterday, has the following description of a shell which was fired at Commodore Lynch's fleet in Pamilco Sound, N. C., by one of Lincoln's fleet: We have been shown a large, conical shell, 8 inches in diameter, and 15 inches in length, thrown by one of the Federal steamers, at Commodore Lynch's fleet in Pamlico Sound, on the 5th of October. The sand bars dividing the Atlant
The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
in large force 25 miles below Ironton. Nothing definite, however, is known as to their number or designs. A dispatch to the Republican, dated at Syracuse, Mo., on the 18th inst., states that Gen. Price has acquired new hope from the prospect of large reinforcements. It is expected that he will defeat Gen. Fremont's army, divide his forces, and take St. Louis and Jefferson City. The Republican learns that the work on the fortifications around St. Louis is to be suspended. Guns, however, are to be mounted and everything completed within eight days. The Republican also reports a skirmish on the Iron Mountain on the 17th inst. The Southerners were driven back with heavy loss. Bowling Green, Ky., Oct. 24 --The Cincinnati Commercial, of the 19th inst., learns that Gen Fremont will be removed on the 22d inst. Gen Hunter is to succeed Gen. Fremont. The Cincinnati Gazette says that Gen. Fremont has been removed by the positive order of President Lincoln.
ge flat boat bring down troops and provisions and land them on the Point. Today it is very stormy and foggy and I have no doubt that they are busy transporting munitions of war down from Norfolk. Shall vessels run regularly from Norfolk up the Nansenmond river; we can see them, but there is nothing done to prevent it. I can not find out why it is tolerated. Apprehensions of an attack. The Herald's correspondent, of the 11th, thus plans out an attack which is soon to be made upon Lincoln's forces-in and around Fortress Monroe: I have been informed, on what I consider good authority, that the rebels propose visiting us here in a few days as follows:--A body of rebels will attack the Newport News camps, and at the same time endeavor to cut off support by the way of Hampton. White this is going on the Yorktown will endeavor to come down the James river, and at the same time the Merrimac will endeavor to get out from Norfolk. Capt. Joe. Dennis, who lives at Back river,
Tennessee Legislature--election of Confederate States Senator, &c. Nashville, Oct. 24. --The Tennessee Legislature to-day elected Landon C. Hayon one of the Confederate Senators on the first ballot. There were six ballots for the other Senator. The last resulted thus. G. A. Henry 34. E. H. Wing 33, and R. L. Caruthers 23. One Lincoln gun-boat on yesterday ascended the Cumberland to Liveport, 20 miles below Fort Donelson, and carried off a barge with 300 barrels of flour.