Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Hughes or search for Hughes in all documents.

Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section:

ston under the Federal fire. Gen Foster has protested against the crucify of this act, and asks that an equal number of Confederate officers of the same rank may be sent to him that he may place them under the enemy's fire. His request has been acceded to. Miscellaneous. Secretary Chase reports that the present aggregate of the public debt, including all the legal tender notes and unpaid requisitions, amount to $1,719,395,168. European advices to the 10th are unimportant — The ship Rockingham has been burnt by the Alabama. A resumption of hostilities in Denmark was feared. Breadstuffs closed dull with a downward tendency. The steamboat J A Warner, which left City Point Saturday morning, was fired upon by guerillas about forty miles below City Point. No damage done. Bishop McCloskey, of Albany, has been constituted Archbishop of New York, to succeed the late Archbishop Hughes. Gold opened in New York on the 20th at 193½ and closed at 10 P M, at 199