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Havana (Cuba) (search for this): article 17
"news." If the answer to the English note should not be favorable, Lord Lyens will leave Washington in three days, and will transmit the orders of his Government to Admiral Milne, who will in that case immediately leave Jamaica (?) with his squadron to take up a position at Norfolk, a Virginia port on the confines of Carolina, which will be the basis of the English naval operations. France, we are assured, will maintain an attitude of armed neutrallty. Admiral Milne will leave at Havana a division of frigates destined to take part in the operations against Mexico. Seven ships of war, recently armed, have already started one after the other for the Antilles, and it is thought that all the vessels ordered to reinfore Admiral Milne will be at Jamaica from the 25th to the 30th of December, In case the Washington Cabinet should surrender the prisoners taken from the Trent, that affair will, of course, be settled; but a new question will then be raised by Lord Lyons, viz: whethe
Wayne County (New York, United States) (search for this): article 17
to dig on entrenchments at Yorktown, planned their escape, which resulted as above stated by them, stealing a canoe and trusting to Previdence for safety. On conversing with them I find that the rebels have a force of 30,000 men at Yorktown, and ten heavy guns in position at Gloucester Point. All the negroes in Mathews county are drafted to build entrenchments. The Yankers Desatisfied. The Chicago Tribune, grumbling at the inactivity of the Federal army, says: If the people believed that the present torpid policy is to characterize the remainder of the war, they would fall into the jaws of despair, and ask the Government to disband the army and submit to the dismemberment of the Union. Yanker soldiers poisoned. Eight soldiers of the Wayne county (New York) regiment, stationed at Lyons, were poisoned last week by a Secession grocery man. He put strychnine into the liquor he furnished them. The soldiers recovered, and the grocery keeper was put in prison.
Carolina City (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 17
-interesting Programms.[from the London News, December 21] The Paris Patris, of the 10th instant, receives from London the following information, which it states to be "news." If the answer to the English note should not be favorable, Lord Lyens will leave Washington in three days, and will transmit the orders of his Government to Admiral Milne, who will in that case immediately leave Jamaica (?) with his squadron to take up a position at Norfolk, a Virginia port on the confines of Carolina, which will be the basis of the English naval operations. France, we are assured, will maintain an attitude of armed neutrallty. Admiral Milne will leave at Havana a division of frigates destined to take part in the operations against Mexico. Seven ships of war, recently armed, have already started one after the other for the Antilles, and it is thought that all the vessels ordered to reinfore Admiral Milne will be at Jamaica from the 25th to the 30th of December, In case the Washing
Old Point (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 17
s Searched and Dispossessed of various letters. The following interesting particulars of the arrest and searching of a Secession lady who took passage from Old Point to Baltimore in order to communicate with her lover, a citizen of Baltimore, we copy from the Fortress Monroe correspondent of the New York Herald, under date of December 30: On the steamboat Georgiana, Capt. Peirson, plying between Old Point and Baltimore, an episode happended while making her usual trip on Saturday night from here, which nipped some of Jeff. Davis's operations in the bud. Among some ladies coming from Norfolk by flag of truce, was one masculine looking woman, regisrmy, and, having succeeded, she was only detected in her nefarious transactions when about completing her mission. She stated that when the flag of truce neared Old Point she was apprehensive that she might be detected here, but the Provost Marshal having passed her so lightly, she did not apprehend further annoyance. In a me
Mathews (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 17
bay this morning, picked up a canoe containing six negroes in a bad condition. One of these being a very intelligent darkey, reports that the six of them having been impressed to dig on entrenchments at Yorktown, planned their escape, which resulted as above stated by them, stealing a canoe and trusting to Previdence for safety. On conversing with them I find that the rebels have a force of 30,000 men at Yorktown, and ten heavy guns in position at Gloucester Point. All the negroes in Mathews county are drafted to build entrenchments. The Yankers Desatisfied. The Chicago Tribune, grumbling at the inactivity of the Federal army, says: If the people believed that the present torpid policy is to characterize the remainder of the war, they would fall into the jaws of despair, and ask the Government to disband the army and submit to the dismemberment of the Union. Yanker soldiers poisoned. Eight soldiers of the Wayne county (New York) regiment, stationed at Lyons
Jamaica, L. I. (New York, United States) (search for this): article 17
hich it states to be "news." If the answer to the English note should not be favorable, Lord Lyens will leave Washington in three days, and will transmit the orders of his Government to Admiral Milne, who will in that case immediately leave Jamaica (?) with his squadron to take up a position at Norfolk, a Virginia port on the confines of Carolina, which will be the basis of the English naval operations. France, we are assured, will maintain an attitude of armed neutrallty. Admiral Mi frigates destined to take part in the operations against Mexico. Seven ships of war, recently armed, have already started one after the other for the Antilles, and it is thought that all the vessels ordered to reinfore Admiral Milne will be at Jamaica from the 25th to the 30th of December, In case the Washington Cabinet should surrender the prisoners taken from the Trent, that affair will, of course, be settled; but a new question will then be raised by Lord Lyons, viz: whether the blockade o
France (France) (search for this): article 17
Paris Patris, of the 10th instant, receives from London the following information, which it states to be "news." If the answer to the English note should not be favorable, Lord Lyens will leave Washington in three days, and will transmit the orders of his Government to Admiral Milne, who will in that case immediately leave Jamaica (?) with his squadron to take up a position at Norfolk, a Virginia port on the confines of Carolina, which will be the basis of the English naval operations. France, we are assured, will maintain an attitude of armed neutrallty. Admiral Milne will leave at Havana a division of frigates destined to take part in the operations against Mexico. Seven ships of war, recently armed, have already started one after the other for the Antilles, and it is thought that all the vessels ordered to reinfore Admiral Milne will be at Jamaica from the 25th to the 30th of December, In case the Washington Cabinet should surrender the prisoners taken from the Trent, th
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 17
Lyens will leave Washington in three days, and will transmit the orders of his Government to Admiral Milne, who will in that case immediately leave Jamaica (?) with his squadron to take up a position at Norfolk, a Virginia port on the confines of Carolina, which will be the basis of the English naval operations. France, we are assured, will maintain an attitude of armed neutrallty. Admiral Milne will leave at Havana a division of frigates destined to take part in the operations against Mexico. Seven ships of war, recently armed, have already started one after the other for the Antilles, and it is thought that all the vessels ordered to reinfore Admiral Milne will be at Jamaica from the 25th to the 30th of December, In case the Washington Cabinet should surrender the prisoners taken from the Trent, that affair will, of course, be settled; but a new question will then be raised by Lord Lyons, viz: whether the blockade of the Southern ports is effective, and negotiations upon this
Gloucester Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 17
ontlcoke river, while coming down the bay this morning, picked up a canoe containing six negroes in a bad condition. One of these being a very intelligent darkey, reports that the six of them having been impressed to dig on entrenchments at Yorktown, planned their escape, which resulted as above stated by them, stealing a canoe and trusting to Previdence for safety. On conversing with them I find that the rebels have a force of 30,000 men at Yorktown, and ten heavy guns in position at Gloucester Point. All the negroes in Mathews county are drafted to build entrenchments. The Yankers Desatisfied. The Chicago Tribune, grumbling at the inactivity of the Federal army, says: If the people believed that the present torpid policy is to characterize the remainder of the war, they would fall into the jaws of despair, and ask the Government to disband the army and submit to the dismemberment of the Union. Yanker soldiers poisoned. Eight soldiers of the Wayne county (N
United States (United States) (search for this): article 17
in the following prize cases, recently argued before him: United States vs. the Brig Sarah Seers and be Cargo.--The Judge has condemned, District Attorasy and Stewart L. Woodford, assistant, for the United States; Mr. Charles Edwards for vessel; Mr. Charles O'Conor for cargo. United States vs, the Prince Leepord and Cargo. This vesset was the first seized in this port by the Surveyor for running the blockade.00. Same counsel for Government; Mr. Edwards for claimant. United States vs. the Schooner Aigburth and Cargo.--The same decision was rendered in this case, and upon the same ground. United States vs. the Mary McRas.--This is the first decision on a seizure made under the ging to loyal owners in the loyal States will be released. United States vs., the D. F. Keeling.--This vessel was seized under the act oEngland's Intention with reference to the Difficulties with the United States--interesting Programms.[from the London News, December 21]
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