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ope that a merciful Providence, that has protected you amid so many trials, will improve your health, and continue your life long after the people of the country shall have been restored to their former happiness and prosperity. I am, General, very sincerely, your friend and servant, [Signed,] Simon Cameron,Secretary of War. General News items. Below we give a short abstract of what we believe will prove of most interest to the reader: The Fort Lafayette prisoners. Boston, Nov. 1. --The State of Maine brought 800 prisoners, including those captured at Hatteras. About 60 are invalids, mostly typhoid cases. Col. Dimmock, in command of Fort Warren, did not expect so large a number, and quarters were only in readiness for two hundred. A large proportion remained on board during the night, but will be landed and provided for during the afternoon. Articles of delicacy for the sick are being liberally provided by our citizens. Acquittal of one of the alle
Three days Later from Europe.arrival on the Borussia: A telegraphic dispatch from Cape Race Telegraph Station, dated Friday, November 1, says: The Hamburg steamship Borussia, from Hamburg, via Southampton, Wednesday, Oct. 23, passed this point at 5 o'clock this morning, en route to New York. The news yacht of the associated press boarded her, and obtained the following news dispatch. The advices by the Borussia are three days later than per steamship Europa, and are of considerable interest to our commercial readers, as the cotton market exhibits heavy sales and a large advance, while breadstuffs show a decline. The steamship Bohemian, from Quebec, and the Edinburg, from New York, arrived at Liverpool on the 25th. The steamship Persia, from New York, arrived at Queenstown on the 23d. The bark Benjamin Hallett was fallen in with, no date given, in distress. She was abandoned and the crew saved. The London Times, in a leader, says the blockade of
From Washington. English Government agents along the Southern coast — Resignation of Scott.-- Gen. McClellan superseded. Washington, Nov. 1. --The Federal Government has information that the English Government has agents all along the Southern coast, buying all ship timber, and measures have been taken to put a stop to it immediately. Nashville, Nov. 4.--A special dispatch to the Union and American, from Bowling Green to-night, states that the Louisville Journal. of the 1st inst., had been received, which contained dispatches from Washington, which announced that Gen. Scott had resigned, and that his chief clerk had fled from Washington, taking with him all the coast surveys and other important papers. The dispatch also states that Gen. Halleck had superseded Gen. McClellan.
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], A frightful stampede of cavalry horses. (search)
From Missouri. reported fight at Springfield — the Federals claim a victory — the loss on both sides, &c. St. Louis, Nov. 1. --The Republican, of this city, publishes a special dispatch from Bolivar, reporting a fight at Springfield, on the 25th October, between General Fremont's body guard and a party of Confederates. The Federals claim a victory, but admit that they had six or eight killed and fifteen or twenty wounded. The number of killed and wounded on the Southern side is not give