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Runaway. --In Jail in Manchester a small Negro Boy named Charles, about 10 years old. He says he belongs to Mr. David Blacksmith, of Richmond, He also states that he has been in the army about 4 months. Apply to Joseph Wells, je 16--3t* Police, of Manchester. Runaway. --In Jail in Manchester a small Negro Boy named Charles, about 10 years old. He says he belongs to Mr. David Blacksmith, of Richmond, He also states that he has been in the army about 4 months. Apply to Joseph Wells, je 16--3t* Police, of Manchester.
The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Virginians in the battle of Slidell (search)
The heavy rain that fell on Sunday has not caused any sensible rise in the bed of James river. The water that emanates therefrom, however, cannot be commended so far as quality is concerned. It is too fully impregnated with red clay to be introduced into the stomach except milder compulsion.
New appointment. --Captain Wing has been appointed Assistant Marshal for Manchester. This was a needed appointment, as the Eastern District is so extensive that one man could hardly be expected to do justice to the innumerable cases daily brought up for adjudication.
wing to the Merrimac, the Confederates resign the contest at see. That vessel was virtually their fleet, her profaction having formed the only guaranty of the efficiency of the few other vessels they could dispose of in the neighborhood of the James river Of late, indeed, the with the Iron-clad Galena and Naugatuck, had so far re-established the ascendancy of the Federal on the water, even in the presence of the Merrimac, that they had began to treat the James river as their own, and use it alJames river as their own, and use it almost as freely as the York river. "The real reason for destroying the Merrimac was probably the inability on the Confederates to hold Norfolk. The abandonment of this arsenal is certainly the most important of him facts now announced. It was, no doubt, wise to give up its defence, but only just as, under special circumstances, it may be wise to cut off a right arm." Condition of the South The Times says that. "so far as the American waters are concerned, the conquest of the Sou
Naval Hospital. Portsmouth, returned where the received the two hundred rebel prisoners brought the I have are a hard-looking set, although we found severed very respectable and intelligent Georgians among them. They did not men to think much of Jeff Davis's victory at Fair Oaks, last Sunday. With the prospect of immediate at Fort Delaware before them, they were unable "to see it," and we couldn't blame them. Gen. Price, Commander of the Spanish forces in the expedition against Mexico, came down on the Georgiana this morning, accompanied by his . After paying his respects to Major-General Dix, and inspecting the appearance of things the fortress, be embraced on the White House boat for the headquarters of Gen. . Several transports, crowded with troops peeped into water to-day, and as mysteriously peeped but again. They may have gone to — Mexico, --This morning a flag of truce was dispatched up the James river, but for what purpose we have been unable to learn.