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The Daily Dispatch: August 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], The fight at Southwest mountain further particulars. (search)
ndrel within these lines, I'll blow you and your city to h-- (Tell this to your women) Yours, Goldsborough, Admiral, &c. From Washington. Washington, August 7. --The parties arrested yesterday in Harrisonburg were brought to Washington, and lodged in the Old Capitol prison. The female who was arrested for disfor your good as for ours, and more in mercy than in anger,--prodigal, profligate, apostate, traitor, ingrate, and brigand — Go! From Arkansas. Cairo, Friday, August 7. --The ram Mingo, from Helena, reports that on Saturday a scouting party of seventy-five Unionists were surprised by 500 of Hindman's rebels, and badly Gen. Curtis has freed at Helena about 3,000 slaves, chiefly those who worked on Forts Pillow and Donelson. The chase of the steamer Herald.. Washington, Aug. 7. --Capt. Gansevort, of the steamer Adirondack, has informed the Navy Department of the facts attending the recent pursuit by him, of the steamer Herald, repr
An accident occurred on the Mobile, Ala., railroad, near that city, on the 4th inst., by which four soldiers belonging to Louisiana regiments were killed, and a number seriously wounded. An exchange paper explains the object of Morgan's late expedition. It says he had been indicted for treason in one of the counties of Kentucky, and went up to have his trial, but the case was postponed. Mathian B. Whitehead was killed by lightning, at his plantation in Carroll county, Miss., while standing under a tree during a thunder storm, one day last week. The Knoxville (Tenn.) Register, of August 7th says that Gen. Humphrey Marshall was in that city the day previous. His forces are guarding the important salt works and lead mines at Saltville and Wytheville, in Virginia.