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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1864., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Butter after the money. --Mr. George F. Carney, of Lowell, Mass, Col. H. C. Lee, 27th Massachusetts Volunteers, and Mr. Porter Sherman, of Norfolk, Va., have been appointed as a commission to examine the condition of the savings and banking houses of Norfolk and Portsmouth.
possession of our threes.--That, also, could have been held. What does all this imply. Why, evidently, that the enemy has other uses for the forces necessary to hold those places, and expects to use them to a better purpose elsewhere. Gen. Sherman, at the last accounts, was on the Mississippi, coming down with heavy and transports. What does that mean? We suppose that those transports are carrying the troops which were employed in holding the places above named. They are coming downho rook it for granted that his listener was as loyal as himself. You may rely upon the accuracy of this, has be very careful not to implicate, even over there, any of us. The news of it may get here and so perfect is the detective system that no one knows not that his intimate friend is not a spy." The writer of this of course, knows nothing of the movements of Gen. Sherman. He only expected a water attack. now indicate there is a probability that it will be made by land and water.