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United States (United States) (search for this): article 24
News items. The Union forces near Alexandria, Va., recently found six brass six-pounders buried in the ground there, a short distance from the railroad station. They were taken to Fort Ellsworth. In Utah the Saints have undertaken the growing of cotton, and a considerable crop has been produced in Iron county, where a factory is in course of construction. A million dollars have been placed in the hands of the Barings, of London, subject to the drafts of United States ministers abroad, for the purchase of arms. It is said that Secretary Cameron, at the commencement of the battle of Bull Run, implored the 4th Pennsylvania regiment to "strike for their homes," and they did so at the rate of ten miles an hour. The Secretary of State, of New Jersey, on Tuesday, presented to the Legislature an abstract of the State census. The total population is 672,024. Of these 644,080 are whites, 21,936 free colored, and eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster
Iron County (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): article 24
News items. The Union forces near Alexandria, Va., recently found six brass six-pounders buried in the ground there, a short distance from the railroad station. They were taken to Fort Ellsworth. In Utah the Saints have undertaken the growing of cotton, and a considerable crop has been produced in Iron county, where a factory is in course of construction. A million dollars have been placed in the hands of the Barings, of London, subject to the drafts of United States ministers abroad, for the purchase of arms. It is said that Secretary Cameron, at the commencement of the battle of Bull Run, implored the 4th Pennsylvania regiment to "strike for their homes," and they did so at the rate of ten miles an hour. The Secretary of State, of New Jersey, on Tuesday, presented to the Legislature an abstract of the State census. The total population is 672,024. Of these 644,080 are whites, 21,936 free colored, and eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster
Alexandria (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 24
News items. The Union forces near Alexandria, Va., recently found six brass six-pounders buried in the ground there, a short distance from the railroad station. They were taken to Fort Ellsworth. In Utah the Saints have undertaken the growing of cotton, and a considerable crop has been produced in Iron county, where a factory is in course of construction. A million dollars have been placed in the hands of the Barings, of London, subject to the drafts of United States ministers abroad, for the purchase of arms. It is said that Secretary Cameron, at the commencement of the battle of Bull Run, implored the 4th Pennsylvania regiment to "strike for their homes," and they did so at the rate of ten miles an hour. The Secretary of State, of New Jersey, on Tuesday, presented to the Legislature an abstract of the State census. The total population is 672,024. Of these 644,080 are whites, 21,936 free colored, and eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster
Fort Ellsworth (Kansas, United States) (search for this): article 24
News items. The Union forces near Alexandria, Va., recently found six brass six-pounders buried in the ground there, a short distance from the railroad station. They were taken to Fort Ellsworth. In Utah the Saints have undertaken the growing of cotton, and a considerable crop has been produced in Iron county, where a factory is in course of construction. A million dollars have been placed in the hands of the Barings, of London, subject to the drafts of United States ministers abroad, for the purchase of arms. It is said that Secretary Cameron, at the commencement of the battle of Bull Run, implored the 4th Pennsylvania regiment to "strike for their homes," and they did so at the rate of ten miles an hour. The Secretary of State, of New Jersey, on Tuesday, presented to the Legislature an abstract of the State census. The total population is 672,024. Of these 644,080 are whites, 21,936 free colored, and eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster
France (France) (search for this): article 24
d eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster of the Louisiana regiment, has been appointed brigade commissary in the field, under Gen. McCulloch. Bayard Taylor, who had been spending the last three months at Gatha, Germany, with the relatives of his wife, is expected home by every steamer. Immediately upon his return he will join one of the divisions of the national army as the war correspondent of the Tribune. It is understood that Mr. Eustis, a member of the late Federal Congress, at Washington, from Louisiana, has been appointed, and attached as secretary to Mr. Slidell's mission to France. Mr. Gerard Hallock, who has so long been connected with the New York Journal of Commerce, has sold his interest to Mr. Stone, the commercial editor, and Mr. Prime, one of its chief contributors. The paper, under its new management, has been restored to the privileges of the mail, and it is understood that it will sustain the Government in the prosecution of the war.
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 24
eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster of the Louisiana regiment, has been appointed brigade commissary in the field, under Gen. McCulloch. Bayard Taylor, who had been spending the last three months at Gatha, Germany, with the relatives of his wife, is expected home by every steamer. Immediately upon his return he will join one of the divisions of the national army as the war correspondent of the Tribune. It is understood that Mr. Eustis, a member of the late Federal Congress, at Washington, from Louisiana, has been appointed, and attached as secretary to Mr. Slidell's mission to France. Mr. Gerard Hallock, who has so long been connected with the New York Journal of Commerce, has sold his interest to Mr. Stone, the commercial editor, and Mr. Prime, one of its chief contributors. The paper, under its new management, has been restored to the privileges of the mail, and it is understood that it will sustain the Government in the prosecution of the war.
New Jersey (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 24
siderable crop has been produced in Iron county, where a factory is in course of construction. A million dollars have been placed in the hands of the Barings, of London, subject to the drafts of United States ministers abroad, for the purchase of arms. It is said that Secretary Cameron, at the commencement of the battle of Bull Run, implored the 4th Pennsylvania regiment to "strike for their homes," and they did so at the rate of ten miles an hour. The Secretary of State, of New Jersey, on Tuesday, presented to the Legislature an abstract of the State census. The total population is 672,024. Of these 644,080 are whites, 21,936 free colored, and eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster of the Louisiana regiment, has been appointed brigade commissary in the field, under Gen. McCulloch. Bayard Taylor, who had been spending the last three months at Gatha, Germany, with the relatives of his wife, is expected home by every steamer. Immediately upon his re
Utah (Utah, United States) (search for this): article 24
News items. The Union forces near Alexandria, Va., recently found six brass six-pounders buried in the ground there, a short distance from the railroad station. They were taken to Fort Ellsworth. In Utah the Saints have undertaken the growing of cotton, and a considerable crop has been produced in Iron county, where a factory is in course of construction. A million dollars have been placed in the hands of the Barings, of London, subject to the drafts of United States ministers abroad, for the purchase of arms. It is said that Secretary Cameron, at the commencement of the battle of Bull Run, implored the 4th Pennsylvania regiment to "strike for their homes," and they did so at the rate of ten miles an hour. The Secretary of State, of New Jersey, on Tuesday, presented to the Legislature an abstract of the State census. The total population is 672,024. Of these 644,080 are whites, 21,936 free colored, and eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster
eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster of the Louisiana regiment, has been appointed brigade commissary in the field, under Gen. McCulloch. Bayard Taylor, who had been spending the last three months at Gatha, Germany, with the relatives of his wife, is expected home by every steamer. Immediately upon his return he will join one of the divisions of the national army as the war correspondent of the Tribune. It is understood that Mr. Eustis, a member of the late Federal Congress, at Washington, from Louisiana, has been appointed, and attached as secretary to Mr. Slidell's mission to France. Mr. Gerard Hallock, who has so long been connected with the New York Journal of Commerce, has sold his interest to Mr. Stone, the commercial editor, and Mr. Prime, one of its chief contributors. The paper, under its new management, has been restored to the privileges of the mail, and it is understood that it will sustain the Government in the prosecution of the war.
of the battle of Bull Run, implored the 4th Pennsylvania regiment to "strike for their homes," and they did so at the rate of ten miles an hour. The Secretary of State, of New Jersey, on Tuesday, presented to the Legislature an abstract of the State census. The total population is 672,024. Of these 644,080 are whites, 21,936 free colored, and eight slaves. Capt. Thos. Johnston, quartermaster of the Louisiana regiment, has been appointed brigade commissary in the field, under Gen. McCulloch. Bayard Taylor, who had been spending the last three months at Gatha, Germany, with the relatives of his wife, is expected home by every steamer. Immediately upon his return he will join one of the divisions of the national army as the war correspondent of the Tribune. It is understood that Mr. Eustis, a member of the late Federal Congress, at Washington, from Louisiana, has been appointed, and attached as secretary to Mr. Slidell's mission to France. Mr. Gerard Hallock,
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