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The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The raid into Southwestern Virginia--depredations of the enemy. (search)
laying them on the table: Messrs. James C. Allen, Wm. J. Allen, Anconn, N Baldwin, Bliss, Brooks, Chandler, Clay, Col. Edgerton, Eldridge, English, Fink, Grider, Barding, Harrington. Harris, (Md.,) Harris, (Ill,) Herrick, Holmes, Johnson, (Ohio,) Kernan, Kinu, Knapp, Law, Lazear, LeBlond, Long, Mallery, Marcy, McDowell, McKenncy, Miller, (Penn,) Morris, (Ohio,) Morrison, Nelson, Noble, Odell, O'Nell'., (Ohio,) Pendleton, Robinson, Rollina, (Mo.,) Ross, Scott, Stebbins, Steels, (N. Y.,) Stuart, Sweat, Vorhees, Wadsworth, Chilton N. White, Joseph W. White, Winfield, and Fernando Wood. In the House on Tuesday Mr. Hardinge, of Ky., offered a resolution (which lies over,) that the "Union" is not dissolved, and that any rebel State which may voluntarily submit to the Yankee Government will be restored to "all its rights and privileges" under the Constitution of the United States Mr. Holman offered three resolutions, which were laid on the table — ayes 82, noes 74.--The following a
The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The raid into Southwestern Virginia--depredations of the enemy. (search)
e husband is in the Confederate army, ran the blockades sometime since. She is a spy of the worst character, and ought not to be tolerated in the North. Her mother in law is a Mrs. --. She also expected to go to Philadelphia. Com. Hollins will soon leave here to go to Nassau or St. Thomas, to sail for England, where he expects to take command of a war steamer. --Ewell has taken the place of Stonewall Jackson, although he has but one leg. Report says Lee will soon make a forward movement. Stuart expects to make a raid from Orange into Pennsylvania. It is a truth, the rebel soldiers live on rats, and anything else they can get. Corn and wheat, green, and from the field, are common articles of diet. If the Northern army cannot vanquish such a miserable set of starved and naked wretches, then may the Yankee nation become a by-word with all nations on earth! In the North treason stalks forth in the broad daylight! Here everything is subservient to the cause, and one word of remo
in the Senate on Saturday in regard to the State naturalization laws and Yankee paroled prisoners. Ordered to be printed. A bill authorizing the Charlottesville Savings Bank to reduce the number of its directors was reported and subsequently passed. Mr. Coghill reported a joint resolution authorizing the Superintendent of the Salt Works (under the control of the Board of Supervisors) to hire a sufficient number of slaves to operate the ten furnaces leased by the Commonwealth from Stuart, Buchanan &Co.; which was agreed to. Mr. Garrison offered a resolution of inquiry for prohibiting the circulation as currency of any bills or notes issued by any one of the United States, or treasury notes of the United States Government. A bill extending the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of Danville was passed. Adjourned. In the House the joint resolution of the Senate in relation to the hiring of slaves to work the eight furnaces at the salt works was received and some ti