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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], Yankee vessel Blown up by a Torpedo. (search)
eans, and Pierre C. Dagan, condemned to be hung as rebel spies. The very Latest. The Baltimore Gazettes, of the 14th, was received Saturday. Gold opened at the First Board, New York Exchange, on the 13th, at 175½. The quotation at the Second Board was 177¼, and at 4 o'clock 178½. A telegram from New York says; "Gold closed at one hundred and seventy nine!" The following is a summary of the general news: The Army of the Potomac is actively preparing for the new campaign. Brig. Gen. Torbett has been assigned to the command of the First Division Cavalry Corps, and Gen. Wilson is to relieve Gen. Gregg in command of the Second Division of Cavalry. All mounted men on duty at brigade and division headquarters have been sent back to their respective regiments. Scouts report that Long street, with the greater part of his army, has reached Richmond. It is reported, on what is said to be good authority, that all the officers in the army of Gen. Lee were ordered to send thei