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January 1st (search for this): article 22
Latest Northern news. We have received copies of New Yok and Philadelphia papers of last Wednesday and Thursday's (January 1st and 2d) dates. The extracts which we subjoin from them will be found interesting: The war in Missouri--Gen. Gel Superseded — a Federal Lieutenant Shoots himself — a conspiracy, &c. [Special dispatch to the Missouri Democrat,] Rolla, Dec. 27. --Major General Curtis arrived in town this evening, and will assume command of the forces here to-morrow, superseding Gen. Siegel. This would seem to indicate a change of programme. Col. Dodge, while riding out on horseback this evening, received a flesh wound in the thigh from the accidental discharge of a pistol carried in his side pocket. The ball was extracted, and the wound will not prove so serious as was at first supposed. The railroad from this point to Franklin is strongly guarded at every point. It is reported that on Wednesday evening an attempt was made by a rebel squad to coral
January 2nd (search for this): article 22
Latest Northern news. We have received copies of New Yok and Philadelphia papers of last Wednesday and Thursday's (January 1st and 2d) dates. The extracts which we subjoin from them will be found interesting: The war in Missouri--Gen. Gel Superseded — a Federal Lieutenant Shoots himself — a conspiracy, &c. [Special dispatch to the Missouri Democrat,] Rolla, Dec. 27. --Major General Curtis arrived in town this evening, and will assume command of the forces here to-morrow, superseding Gen. Siegel. This would seem to indicate a change of programme. Col. Dodge, while riding out on horseback this evening, received a flesh wound in the thigh from the accidental discharge of a pistol carried in his side pocket. The ball was extracted, and the wound will not prove so serious as was at first supposed. The railroad from this point to Franklin is strongly guarded at every point. It is reported that on Wednesday evening an attempt was made by a rebel squad to coral
December 25th (search for this): article 22
to murder one of their officers and a private. To accomplish their purpose they made a collection of stolen pistols, bowie knives, and had a loaded bludgeon. It is conjectured that they intended to desert afterwards. The affray broke out on Christmas night, it is supposed prematurely, resulting in one man being stabbed, the dirk being driven in six inches, and was broken off in the operation. Another person was also badly beaten with the bludgeon. Major S.--and his clerks occupied a dred that the top of the chimney was bricked over, and of course hermetically closed against all efforts of the smoke to get out the natural way. If not a bad joke, it proved a good smoke. From Lexington. The Missouri Democrat, of the 25th December, says: It appears that the Federal forces which made Lexington a visit the other day, and burned the foundry and ferry boats at that place, did not quite finish their work. Four notorious rebel scoundrels, named Charley Martin, Carroll
December 27th (search for this): article 22
Latest Northern news. We have received copies of New Yok and Philadelphia papers of last Wednesday and Thursday's (January 1st and 2d) dates. The extracts which we subjoin from them will be found interesting: The war in Missouri--Gen. Gel Superseded — a Federal Lieutenant Shoots himself — a conspiracy, &c. [Special dispatch to the Missouri Democrat,] Rolla, Dec. 27. --Major General Curtis arrived in town this evening, and will assume command of the forces here to-morrow, superseding Gen. Siegel. This would seem to indicate a change of programme. Col. Dodge, while riding out on horseback this evening, received a flesh wound in the thigh from the accidental discharge of a pistol carried in his side pocket. The ball was extracted, and the wound will not prove so serious as was at first supposed. The railroad from this point to Franklin is strongly guarded at every point. It is reported that on Wednesday evening an attempt was made by a rebel squad to coral
December 31st (search for this): article 22
missed from the had his sentence confirmed by Gen, Important from Kentucky-- Le--expected battle at Louisville, Dec. 31. --Exciting a general engagement in Kentucky have prevailed all day, rally discredited now, to being received atople's Bank, of has been reorganized at Loun choice of a new board of ass direction of the bank to Cincinnati, Dec. 31.--A to the Commercial, from in that there are rumors of Kentucky to-day. Gen. Buefl had ordered to regiment of Frce, destroy bridge, and retire. All the Union regulars we the bridge early yesterday morning. Philadelphia, Dec. 31.--A received here mentions as at the battle of Paducah, Capt., con, of this city. Capt. Bac Kentucky regiment raised near The dispatch gives no par battle. The reported battle in Kentucky reconnaissances, Washington, Dec, 31, --The the country last night, that a going on in Kentucky, is not No official information received by the Governmen
January, 1 AD (search for this): article 22
States may yield for others. There will be quite a struggle for this highest Departure of Mason Ani Boston, January 1. --The light left Fort Warren at elev morning, with the traitors Mason and their Secretaries, for where they will be transferred steamer Rinaldo, now lying then The British war steamer Boston, January 1. --The British mer Rinaldo, of 16 guns, arr Vincentown last night. Her says that he has been ordered and is unbending sails and ma at home. Massachusetts legislation Boston, January 1. --The State organized to-day. Ex Governor elected President of the Senate, Bullock speaker of the House. A British war transport Eastport, January 1. --A British port pax Governor elected President of the Senate, Bullock speaker of the House. A British war transport Eastport, January 1. --A British port passed here this morning, 62d Regiment. Four hundred St. Andrews, and the remained Woodstock.
Recent reconnaissances from and McCall's divisions show the strong picket guard beyond no troops at that place. Scouting parties sent out divisions occupying the centre of the Potomac within the port that the outer lines of the been moves backward some miles, apparently with a view winter quarters. Col. Kerrigan has returned to was this afternoon imprisoned Hill. His trial has been postponed to-day. Meeting of the Maryland legislation Configuration of Governor Bradford--for U. S. Senators The Baltimore correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, under date of says: Our Legislature reassembled to its regular session. The Governor's resume, will be delivered. Mr. new Governor, is to be inaugurated instant. Our State Legislature election States Senator this session in Anthony Kennedy. There are prominent gentlemen in the field dates. There are Hon. Henry Hon. Reverdy Johnson, and Swann, formerly Mayor of Baltimore Davis will
all day, rally discredited now, to being received at headquarters The North Bank of Ken pended specie payment. A doubtful rumor prevails City Hotel was burned by the The People's Bank, of has been reorganized at Loun choice of a new board of ass direction of the bank to Cincinnati, Dec. 31.--A to the Commercial, from in that there are rumors of Kentucky to-day. Gen. Buefl had ordered to regiment of Funleors and a artillery before he went for Gen. Buckner's rebel cavalry day within a short distance and it is supposed that he in Col. McCook in force, destroy bridge, and retire. All the Union regulars we the bridge early yesterday morning. Philadelphia, Dec. 31.--A received here mentions as at the battle of Paducah, Capt., con, of this city. Capt. Bac Kentucky regiment raised near The dispatch gives no par battle. The reported battle in Kentucky reconnaissances, Washington, Dec, 31, --The the country
nything be said against the ness of Mr. Davis Mr. Kennedy sent Senator, has some hopes but having already had a press at political life in the United States may yield for others. There will be quite a struggle for this highest Departure of Mason Ani Boston, January 1. --The light left Fort Warren at elev morning, with the traitors Mason and their Secretaries, for where they will be transferred steamer Rinaldo, now lying then The British war steamer Boston, January 1. --The British mer Rinaldo, of 16 guns, arr Vincentown last night. Her says that he has been ordered and is unbending sails and ma at home. Massachusetts legislation Boston, January 1. --The State organized to-day. Ex Governor elected President of the Senate, Bullock speaker of the House. A British war transport Eastport, January 1. --A British port passed here this morning, 62d Regiment. Four hundred St. Andrews, and the remained Woodstock.
the cold, advancing in a supply of muskets for infantry, cannon for artillery, sabres and revolvers and rifles for cavalry, locations of expeditions, &c. When he has completed these advances he will close up the rebellion, and then the men who now clamor for an immediate advance will be compelled to acknowledge the wisdom of Gen. McClellan's programmed. In this connection, it may not he impolitic to say that the reason why the expeditions under the command severally of Gens Butler and Burnside have not left for their places of destination, has been in consequence of the recent complication with Great Britain. The settlement of the Trent affair has changed the face of things, and now the advance of Gen. McClellan will suddenly become more general on land and sea, and in good time, if the impatient will only be patient the country will better understand the cause of what seems to the which is only a necessary pr final and glorious consumma From Fortress Monroe--flight Ea
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