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Fort Pickens (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 5
. the Fleet for the South--its Destination — condition of Fort Pickens--an interesting letter from there, &c. The Washington at Fort Hamilton, New York. That these troops are destined for Fort Pickens there can be no doubt. In less than a week the country will leaouth, and Pensacola and other Southern ports will be blockaded. Fort Pickens is not in need of additional men, but will soon be in want of su 3d inst., says: Lieutenant Gilman, one of the officers at Fort Pickens, arrived here this evening from Pensacola, having left there on . He says it is impossible for the Government to land troops at Fort Pickens without the Confederate authorities knowing it, and whenever thethey commence operations. He says the impression there was that Fort Pickens was to be abandoned. Such assurances were given out there. expect her back in a few days. In the meantime they may attack Fort Pickens, and we have got to wade through about 3,000 bayonets to reinfor
Fort McRae (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 5
ton Government much longer before they commence operations. He says the impression there was that Fort Pickens was to be abandoned. Such assurances were given out there. From Pensacola. A correspondent of the New York Times, writing from on board the United States frigate Sabine, off Pensacola Bar, the 25th ult., says: About ten days ago Major-General Bragg who is in command at this place,) saw fit to stop all communication between us and the shore, and Captain O'Hara, of Fort McRae, sent us word that if the Wyandotte did not keep a little further off he would fire into her. Captain Adams, wishing to a void a collision with these fools, keeps himself and us on board ship. Our supplies have been cut off from Mobile, and the New Orleans steamer, in passing in and out of the harbor, avoids our boarding boat, so you see we are hard up for news of any kind. Capt. Adams addressed a letter to Welles, Secretary of the Treasury, last Tuesday and in it told him that star
Dominican Republic (Dominican Republic) (search for this): article 5
there. The Cabinet were in session to-day for several hours, and Gen. Scott was present. Among the important questions discussed was the recent affair in St. Domingo. The foreign Ministers here express the opinion that the Spanish Government will not countenance the course of the Governor-General of Cuba, in sending troops from Havana to St. Domingo to sustain the Spanish flag. The Spanish Minister asserts that his dispatches from Madrid have contained no reference to the subject. Report says that the British and French Ministers have indicated to the Secretary of State that, if the United States should interfere in the matter, their Governmentsert that the Spanish matters are mixed up with it. Quite a number of the department clerks have been busy for two days in hunting up matters connected with the St. Domingo question. A dispatch from Washington, dated the 3d inst., says: Lieutenant Gilman, one of the officers at Fort Pickens, arrived here this evening fro
Havana (Cuba) (search for this): article 5
nt. Among the important questions discussed was the recent affair in St. Domingo. The foreign Ministers here express the opinion that the Spanish Government will not countenance the course of the Governor-General of Cuba, in sending troops from Havana to St. Domingo to sustain the Spanish flag. The Spanish Minister asserts that his dispatches from Madrid have contained no reference to the subject. Report says that the British and French Ministers have indicated to the Secretary of State would use his own discretion about leaving this place. We are all on half rations. We have plenty of money, but of what use is that to us now. Three days ago we transferred from the Brooklyn to this ship 82 troops, and sent her to Key West and Havana for supplies. We expect her back in a few days. In the meantime they may attack Fort Pickens, and we have got to wade through about 3,000 bayonets to reinforce the fort, with masked batteries playing on us from all quarters, in conjunction
Cuba (Cuba) (search for this): article 5
al ship will be called home. Those on the coast of Africa, it is said, cannot be recalled without violating the treaty with England requiring the United States to keep at least eighty guns there. The Cabinet were in session to-day for several hours, and Gen. Scott was present. Among the important questions discussed was the recent affair in St. Domingo. The foreign Ministers here express the opinion that the Spanish Government will not countenance the course of the Governor-General of Cuba, in sending troops from Havana to St. Domingo to sustain the Spanish flag. The Spanish Minister asserts that his dispatches from Madrid have contained no reference to the subject. Report says that the British and French Ministers have indicated to the Secretary of State that, if the United States should interfere in the matter, their Governments will will keep hands off. It is argued in high official circles here that the best policy for the Administration is to inaugurate a war wi
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 5
troops from Havana to St. Domingo to sustain the Spanish flag. The Spanish Minister asserts that his dispatches from Madrid have contained no reference to the subject. Report says that the British and French Ministers have indicated to the Secretary of State that, if the United States should interfere in the matter, their Governments will will keep hands off. It is argued in high official circles here that the best policy for the Administration is to inaugurate a war with Spain or Mexico, or both, as the best means for averting internal strife. A difficulty is said to exist in regard to the appropriation for the construction of the seven new steam sloops. It is that the money was appropriated for the fiscal year ending 1st of July next, and that it cannot be used until on and after that time. This is one of the reasons why an extra session of Congress cannot be prevented. The Administration is crippled in a similar manner by other appropriations. Instructions we
United States (United States) (search for this): article 5
rica, it is said, cannot be recalled without violating the treaty with England requiring the United States to keep at least eighty guns there. The Cabinet were in session to-day for several hour that the British and French Ministers have indicated to the Secretary of State that, if the United States should interfere in the matter, their Governments will will keep hands off. It is argue. From Pensacola. A correspondent of the New York Times, writing from on board the United States frigate Sabine, off Pensacola Bar, the 25th ult., says: About ten days ago Major-Gener The Baltimore American, of Thursday, has the following paragraphs: Three companies of United States Light Artillery passed through here yesterday morning, from Washington, in a special train,ilton. The departure from this city of several bodies of recruits for the army of the Confederate States has been duly noticed, as well as the unhappy experience which some of them relate as to t
Vera Cruz, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 5
frigate of 3,200 tons, carrying 40 guns. She was built in 1855, and has been lying in ordinary in Boston.--The Perry is a brig, carrying 6 guns and 280 tons burthen; she is fitting out at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard. The Powhatan is a first class steam sloop, of 2,415 tons; she carries 11 guns, and is at present attached to the Home squadron. She is also preparing for sea at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard. The sloop-of-war Cumberland is the flag ship of the Home squadron, and bas been doing duty at Vera Cruz. She is 1,726 tons burthen, and carries 24 guns. The Pocahontas is a second class steam sloop. She was purchased by the Government in 1855, and has been attached to the Home squadron. She carries 5 guns, and is 694 tons burthen. She is at Norfolk. The brig Dolphin is also at Norfolk, where she is lying in ordinary. Like the Perry, she is of light draught, being but 224 tons; she carries 4 guns. A dispatch from Washington to the Herald, says: At last the ball has opened.
Madrid (Spain) (search for this): article 5
uiring the United States to keep at least eighty guns there. The Cabinet were in session to-day for several hours, and Gen. Scott was present. Among the important questions discussed was the recent affair in St. Domingo. The foreign Ministers here express the opinion that the Spanish Government will not countenance the course of the Governor-General of Cuba, in sending troops from Havana to St. Domingo to sustain the Spanish flag. The Spanish Minister asserts that his dispatches from Madrid have contained no reference to the subject. Report says that the British and French Ministers have indicated to the Secretary of State that, if the United States should interfere in the matter, their Governments will will keep hands off. It is argued in high official circles here that the best policy for the Administration is to inaugurate a war with Spain or Mexico, or both, as the best means for averting internal strife. A difficulty is said to exist in regard to the appropr
Fort Hamilton (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 5
ppers and Miners left here this morning, and to-day three of the batteries now in this city received orders to leave forthwith, all being required to report at Fort Hamilton, New York. That these troops are destined for Fort Pickens there can be no doubt. In less than a week the country will learn whether we have a Government or issioned officers. Accompanying were seventy-five horses, with field pieces, caissons, &c. They occupied a train of twenty passenger cars, and will proceed to Fort Hamilton, a post which some of the force previously occupied. Considerable attention was excited by the appearance of the cars and men, as they passed through the cityhe command, and were assured that they would probably be engaged for a month.--Several of the men were under the impression that they were not going to stop at Fort Hamilton. The departure from this city of several bodies of recruits for the army of the Confederate States has been duly noticed, as well as the unhappy experienc
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