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Port Royal (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 10
e twenty vessels, some of them shoddy vessels, foisted on the Government by speculators and peculators, have perished or been disabled, the fleet has effected a successful landing, and the Union flag waves over Beaufort, and the whole island of Port Royal, sugers well for the naval campaign so suspiciously begun. The rumor that the disembarked forces were marching on Charleston, or that they have as yet moved beyond the limits of Port Royal, is highly improbable. It was no part of the progPort Royal, is highly improbable. It was no part of the programme, and it would be folly to make an advance either upon Charleston or Savannah with so small a force, though it is not impossible that a feint was made on Charleston by a portion of the fleet, in order to divert attention from the real object of attack, and to divide the fire and distract the forces of the enemy. The troops landed at Beaufort will fortify their position, and, having obtained reinforcements, will make it a starting point against the heart of the rebellion at another day.
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
rom the New York Herald, 12th.] Since Saturday last, when we published an account of the bombardment of Beaufort, through a flag of truce from Norfolk to Fortress Monroe, we have received no account whatever of that event from the fleet itself, much less of the results which are sold to have followed from it. But from rebel aut must be recollected, too, that the telegraph in South Carolina is in the hands of the rebels, and that the news could only come from the fleet by steamer to Fortress Monroe or Annapolis. On the contrary, the South Carolinians could send the news instantaneously over the magnetic wires throughout the whole Southern States. Tjust now, but as safe based for future operations, and as outlets for the produce of the Southern loyalist and the interchange or Northern commodities. With Fortress Monroe, Hatteras, Beaufort, Pensacola, key West, and the other places to be s zed and occupied in possession of the Federal army and navy, the rebels will be surroun
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 10
edition was considerably scattered by the storm, that it required time for a subsequent rendezvous, that the attack only commenced on Thursday last, and there is scarcely time yet to report the result. The dispatch boats which were detailed to convey intelligence to the Government were wrecked or disabled, and it is probable that a vessel of war could not be spared for such a mission till the occupation of Beaufort was rendered secure. It must be recollected, too, that the telegraph in South Carolina is in the hands of the rebels, and that the news could only come from the fleet by steamer to Fortress Monroe or Annapolis. On the contrary, the South Carolinians could send the news instantaneously over the magnetic wires throughout the whole Southern States. That this important news has produced its effect at the South is very evident. Davis, Beauregard and a number of rebel troops from the army of the Potomac have been reported as moving in the direction of the point attacked.
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 10
Pensacola, key West, and the other places to be s zed and occupied in possession of the Federal army and navy, the rebels will be surrounded by a curious of military posts which will not only completely cut off their extended communication but so many vital points at the same time, that their grand army will be broken up into fragments and rendered powerless without blow; and then the time will have come for a forward movement upon kichm other capitals of the rebel States. Thus with the arrangements just made by the Government to permit Northern merchants to trade under special license with the Union men of the South, through the ports held by our arms, with the appointment of such generals as Buall to Kentucky and Hallick to Missouri and the West, and with the skill and energy of McCellan pervading and animating the whole army, here's of blunders shall have ached, and shall have dawned upon the of the Union, opening a bright and glorious page in the history of the republic.
Beaufort, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 10
.] Since Saturday last, when we published an account of the bombardment of Beaufort, through a flag of truce from Norfolk to Fortress Monroe, we have received no a vessel of war could not be spared for such a mission till the occupation of Beaufort was rendered secure. It must be recollected, too, that the telegraph in Southed, the fleet has effected a successful landing, and the Union flag waves over Beaufort, and the whole island of Port Royal, sugers well for the naval campaign so susivide the fire and distract the forces of the enemy. The troops landed at Beaufort will fortify their position, and, having obtained reinforcements, will make it a starting point against the heart of the rebellion at another day. Beaufort will become a cotton port, situated as it is in the midst of the Sea Island cotton distr and the interchange or Northern commodities. With Fortress Monroe, Hatteras, Beaufort, Pensacola, key West, and the other places to be s zed and occupied in possess
Jefferson Davis (search for this): article 10
be spared for such a mission till the occupation of Beaufort was rendered secure. It must be recollected, too, that the telegraph in South Carolina is in the hands of the rebels, and that the news could only come from the fleet by steamer to Fortress Monroe or Annapolis. On the contrary, the South Carolinians could send the news instantaneously over the magnetic wires throughout the whole Southern States. That this important news has produced its effect at the South is very evident. Davis, Beauregard and a number of rebel troops from the army of the Potomac have been reported as moving in the direction of the point attacked. General consternation prevails. The fact that, notwithstanding the severity of the tempest, and that probably some twenty vessels, some of them shoddy vessels, foisted on the Government by speculators and peculators, have perished or been disabled, the fleet has effected a successful landing, and the Union flag waves over Beaufort, and the whole island o
Beauregard (search for this): article 10
d for such a mission till the occupation of Beaufort was rendered secure. It must be recollected, too, that the telegraph in South Carolina is in the hands of the rebels, and that the news could only come from the fleet by steamer to Fortress Monroe or Annapolis. On the contrary, the South Carolinians could send the news instantaneously over the magnetic wires throughout the whole Southern States. That this important news has produced its effect at the South is very evident. Davis, Beauregard and a number of rebel troops from the army of the Potomac have been reported as moving in the direction of the point attacked. General consternation prevails. The fact that, notwithstanding the severity of the tempest, and that probably some twenty vessels, some of them shoddy vessels, foisted on the Government by speculators and peculators, have perished or been disabled, the fleet has effected a successful landing, and the Union flag waves over Beaufort, and the whole island of Port Roy
Pensacola, key West, and the other places to be s zed and occupied in possession of the Federal army and navy, the rebels will be surrounded by a curious of military posts which will not only completely cut off their extended communication but so many vital points at the same time, that their grand army will be broken up into fragments and rendered powerless without blow; and then the time will have come for a forward movement upon kichm other capitals of the rebel States. Thus with the arrangements just made by the Government to permit Northern merchants to trade under special license with the Union men of the South, through the ports held by our arms, with the appointment of such generals as Buall to Kentucky and Hallick to Missouri and the West, and with the skill and energy of McCellan pervading and animating the whole army, here's of blunders shall have ached, and shall have dawned upon the of the Union, opening a bright and glorious page in the history of the republic.