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The Federal Department reports. [specially telegraphed to the Richmond Dispatch] Manassas, Nov. 29. --The New York Tribune says that the reports of the Secretaries rapidly approach completion. The great interest which the war will give to that of the Secretary of War will be heightened by Cameron's distinct avowal of his policy of placing arms in the hands of slaves who are willing to use them for the cause of the Union. He will support this by argument and historical references; and to show that his leading position upon this vital question has been deliberately and strongly taken, and as a foretaste of the administration hereafter of the War Department until the close of the rebel lion, the public will learn with interest that Mr. Cameron will appeal to Congress and to the Governors of the States for authority to bind the Government to practice the closes economy, and to demand accountability from every subordinate in the War Bureau and the army in the field. Enormous as
From the coast. Release of a Confederate Prisoner — the Objects of Butler's and Burnside's Expeditions --the enemy landing on Tybee Island. Augusta, Nov. 29. --The Savannah Republican, of this morning, says that John Chaptin, who was arrested by the Federals at Hilton Head, has been released. He reports that the enemy have about 25,000 men and 63 vessels. Fort Walker is now called Fort Welles. The Lincolnites are loud and bitter in their denunciations against the Southsland, which indicate a permanent occupation. The Daily Morning News says that the enemy landed a regiment on Tybee Island yesterday, and entrenched themselves. Seven vessels are now inside of the bar. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Nov. 29. --The patriotic planters of the seaboard are hourly applying the torch to their crops of cotton and rice. Those who have not the heart to apply the torch themselves have authorized the military authorities to save their crops from the rav
The Daily Dispatch: November 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Mr. Russell's letters to the London times. (search)
The Auticipoted attack on Columbus. Memphis, Nov. 29. --General Pillow has information from a reliable source that an attack will be made on Columbus, within twenty days, with a force of from 75,000 to 100,000 men. A large amount of ammunition and cannon at St. Louis has been sent to Cairo. The Federals have thirty-eight mortar boats and eight gun-boats. The Federal plan of operations is to surround Columbus, and starve us into submission. General Pillow says we should make every effort to meet the enemy in strong force and in the right way, and to do so there is no time to be lost.
Explosion of a powder Mill--three men killed, Washington, Nov.29 --Depent's powder mills exploited to-day, destroying three mills and