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Fort Pickens (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 3
old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company in that county, two of them commanded by ministers. A couple of wealthy men in Wilkes county pledge themselves to give $6,000 to the first man from that county who mounts Fort Pickens in time of war.
Savannah (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Georgia Items. --In Savannah, on Saturday, (says the News,) shortly after the arrival of the news from Charleston of the surrender of Fort Sumter, several vessels in our harbor raised their flags — the old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Georgia Items. --In Savannah, on Saturday, (says the News,) shortly after the arrival of the news from Charleston of the surrender of Fort Sumter, several vessels in our harbor raised their flags — the old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third compan
Wilkes (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 3
old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company in that county, two of them commanded by ministers. A couple of wealthy men in Wilkes county pledge themselves to give $6,000 to the first man from that county who mounts Fort Pickens in time of war.
Wilkes (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 3
old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company in that county, two of them commanded by ministers. A couple of wealthy men in Wilkes county pledge themselves to give $6,000 to the first man from that county who mounts Fort Pickens in time of war.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 3
h had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. LawtoConfederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company in that county, two of them commanded by ministers. A couple of wealthy men in Wilkes county pledge themselves to give $6,000 to the first man from that county who mounts Fort Pickens in time of war.
old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company in that county, two of them commanded by ministers. A couple of wealthy men in Wilkes county pledge themselves to give $6,000 to the first man from that county who mounts Fort Pickens in time of war.
old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company in that county, two of them commanded by ministers. A couple of wealthy men in Wilkes county pledge themselves to give $6,000 to the first man from that county who mounts Fort Pickens in time of war.
Alexander R. Lawton (search for this): article 3
old Stars and Stripes--under the authority of the Harbor Master. --The immense crowd which had gathered in front of our office, noticing the fact, went immediately under the Bluff and ordered the flags down. The order was promptly obeyed. There seems to have been some misunderstanding as to the orders for the raising of the United States flag, the masters of the vessels declaring they intended no insult to the Confederate States. Almost simultaneously with the exhilarating news from Charleston of the reduction of Fort Sumter, came the announcement that Alexander R. Lawton had been appointed to a Brigadier-Generalcy in the Confederate Army. A new volunteer company has been formed in Wilkes county, Rev. Mr. Green, Baptist clergyman, captain. This is the third company in that county, two of them commanded by ministers. A couple of wealthy men in Wilkes county pledge themselves to give $6,000 to the first man from that county who mounts Fort Pickens in time of war.