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Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 8
From Portsmouth. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Va., May 1, 1861. The name of the soldier who was accidently shot at the Hospital, is Reuben Wilkerson. He was easier yesterday. I hear that Lt. Simmes, on his reaching Washington, expressed surprise that the Dry-Dock was not blown up, as he placed the powder in the culvert, laid the train and fired it. A very laudable and patriotic feat of the Lieutenant, in carrying out the pledge of the so-called Illinois Ape. in his message to hold and protect the public property. The water which has been flowed into the dock will be an effective barrier to all such infernal attempts in the future. The battery at the Hospital was discharged with shot yesterday evening, to ascertain the range. The result was satisfactory. A rumor was circulated last evening that troops of the Ape had been landed on the Bay shore from steamers. The report created some excitement. It was, like many others afloat, a false a
Portsmouth, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
From Portsmouth. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Va., May 1, 1861. The name of the soldier who was accidently shot at the Hospital, is Reuben Wilkerson. He was easier yesterday. I hear that Lt. Simmes, on his reaching Washington, expressed surprise that the Dry-Dock was not blown up, as he placed the powder in the culvert, laid the train and fired it. A very laudable and patriotic feat of the Lieutenant, in carrying out the pledge of the so-called Illinois Ape. in his message to hold and protect the public property. The water which has been flowed into the dock will be an effective barrier to all such infernal attempts in the future. The battery at the Hospital was discharged with shot yesterday evening, to ascertain the range. The result was satisfactory. A rumor was circulated last evening that troops of the Ape had been landed on the Bay shore from steamers. The report created some excitement. It was, like many others afloat, a false a
Reuben Wilkerson (search for this): article 8
From Portsmouth. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Va., May 1, 1861. The name of the soldier who was accidently shot at the Hospital, is Reuben Wilkerson. He was easier yesterday. I hear that Lt. Simmes, on his reaching Washington, expressed surprise that the Dry-Dock was not blown up, as he placed the powder in the culvert, laid the train and fired it. A very laudable and patriotic feat of the Lieutenant, in carrying out the pledge of the so-called Illinois Ape. in his message to hold and protect the public property. The water which has been flowed into the dock will be an effective barrier to all such infernal attempts in the future. The battery at the Hospital was discharged with shot yesterday evening, to ascertain the range. The result was satisfactory. A rumor was circulated last evening that troops of the Ape had been landed on the Bay shore from steamers. The report created some excitement. It was, like many others afloat, a false a
From Portsmouth. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Va., May 1, 1861. The name of the soldier who was accidently shot at the Hospital, is Reuben Wilkerson. He was easier yesterday. I hear that Lt. Simmes, on his reaching Washington, expressed surprise that the Dry-Dock was not blown up, as he placed the powder in the culvert, laid the train and fired it. A very laudable and patriotic feat of the Lieutenant, in carrying out the pledge of the so-called Illinois Ape. in his message to hold and protect the public property. The water which has been flowed into the dock will be an effective barrier to all such infernal attempts in the future. The battery at the Hospital was discharged with shot yesterday evening, to ascertain the range. The result was satisfactory. A rumor was circulated last evening that troops of the Ape had been landed on the Bay shore from steamers. The report created some excitement. It was, like many others afloat, a false a
May 1st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 8
From Portsmouth. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, Va., May 1, 1861. The name of the soldier who was accidently shot at the Hospital, is Reuben Wilkerson. He was easier yesterday. I hear that Lt. Simmes, on his reaching Washington, expressed surprise that the Dry-Dock was not blown up, as he placed the powder in the culvert, laid the train and fired it. A very laudable and patriotic feat of the Lieutenant, in carrying out the pledge of the so-called Illinois Ape. in his message to hold and protect the public property. The water which has been flowed into the dock will be an effective barrier to all such infernal attempts in the future. The battery at the Hospital was discharged with shot yesterday evening, to ascertain the range. The result was satisfactory. A rumor was circulated last evening that troops of the Ape had been landed on the Bay shore from steamers. The report created some excitement. It was, like many others afloat, a false a