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Fort Bliss (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 1
illed.Federal--woundedFederal--captured. June 3.Philippi72015 June 18Boonville4205049 July 12Rich Mt'n.40552050 July 13.St. George13500410 Aug. 28.Hatteras12691 Oct. 21.Fdr'k town Nov. 7Port Royal1240823 Dec. 3Drainsville43143850100 Total138278124986207 Confederate Successes. Dates.Battles.Confederates killed.Confederates wounded.Confederates captured.Federal killed.Federal--woundedFederal--captured. Feb. 16San Ant'c.150 Mar. 12F't Brown100 April 13F't Sumter April 15Fort Bliss100 April 20Indianola600 May 19S'well's P610 May 31Fairfax C. H.12554 June 1Aq'a Cr'k June 5Pig's P'nt June 10G't Bethal17150250 June 16Vienna50100 June 17Kan's City153050150150 June 19New Creek37 June 26Romney2315 June 27Mt's Point1610 July 2Haynes'lle212678553 July 5Carthage70200300200 July 17Sc'ry Creek3150100 July 18Bull Run.1353320020030020 July 21Manassas393120050100025001000 July 25Mesilla1025 July 28F't Staut'n750 Aug. 10Spingfield.2653003010001200300 Aug. 15Mt's
Cumberland River (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
that two captains and fourteen privates have just been taken prisoners. Arrest of a native of Lynchburg. A Washington dispatch, of the 16th inst., says: Banker Smith's son, just arrested here, is a native of Lynchburg, Virginia, has arrived here since 1854, and always voted for Southern proclivities. The proof against him is that, in a rebel mailbag recently seized on its way across the Potomac, a letter to the rebel General was found containing an account of the numbers of the Union army of the Potomac, plans of fortifications, and a scheme for capturing Washington. There was a fictitious signature to it, but it is now known to be Smith's son. Fort Henry. This fort is 90 miles from Paducah, and 20 miles below the long bridge, across the Tennessee, of the Memphis and Ohio railroad. It is an open fort, (not casemate,) but has, we understand, several very heavy guns in battery. Fort Donelson is on the Cumberland river, and 13 miles distant from Fort Henry.
Hilton Head (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
city on Wednesday afternoon last, intending to spend the night ducking. Their intention was to obtain a ducking boat at Fig Island light, and proceed to the opposite shore, but not to go below Fort Jackson, to hunt ducks in the river and creeks, and return in the morning. As they have not been seen or heard of since Wednesday evening, it is feared that they were captured during Wednesday night by the boats of the enemy, which are known to prowl about in the creeks between our river and Hilton Head during the night. We know Mr. Barron, who is a native of Baltimore, to be a true and loyal Southron, and can account for his absence only on the ground that he has been drowned or captured by the enemy. The Prussian Minister's Dispatch. The following is a translated copy of the dispatch of Count Bernstoff, Prussian Minister of Foreign Affairs, to the Prussian ambassador at Washington, on the Trent affair: Berlin,Dec. 25, 1861. Monsieur Le Baron:The warlike measures whi
Matamoras (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 1
ille (Texas) letter, of December 23, in the Houston Telegraph, contains some paragraphs of interest, from among which we extract the following: The siege of Matamoras still goes cowardly on. This is the thirty-third day of the siege, and up to the present moment scarcely a foot has been lost or gained since the first day. Mucher. News of a definite, and said to be of a reliable character, reached here last evening, to the effect that Vidaurri, with 7,000 men, was on the march for Matamoras, sent by the Federal Government, with whom he has made peace, and instructed to put down all sectional and party strites, and thereby unite the whole nation against the common enemy — Spain. He is invested with the full command of the Military Department of the North, and his headquarters are to be at Matamoras. I give you the news for what it is worth, though I must state that it is fully believed by the most intelligent citizens in this quarter on both sides the creek. We feel a l
Woodsonville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
203050 Sept. 19Bar'sville.502 Sept. 20Lexington2572391203500 Sept. 25Alamesa230 Oct. 1St'r Fanny45 Oct. 3Greenbrier63112100150 Oct. 5Chicama comico32 Oct. 9Santa Rosa204219203017 Oct. 12Mis. Pass's Oct. 16Bolivar110154012 Oct. 21Leesburg27111500800726 Nov. 6Belmont95373117400600200 Nov. 8Piketon58219100 Nov. 9Guyando't25405098 Nov. 16Upton H'D630 Nov. 18F'ls Church12710 Nov. 22Pensacola161020 Nov. 26Near Vienna1026 Dec. 2Anandale22415 Dec. 13Alleghany2560100200 Dec. 17Woodsonville41030458 Dec. 26Opothleyholo122075125100 Dec. 28Sacram'to21102018 Total9993067238482576148177 Reconfiguration. Confederate losses.Federal losses. Killed1,1354,911 Wounded3,3457,821 Prisoners1,4878,177 Total5,96720,909 That we have not overrated the Federal loss is proved by the following extract from the Washington correspondence of the New York Times, of a late date: By returns at the War Department up to the 20th December, I learn that the mortality in our army
Maysville, Ky. (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
t, my plan is to make them a wilderness. I would give the traitors twenty-four hours to choose between exile and death. Sir, If I can't do better, I will kill off the white traitors, and give their lands to loyal black men!" The friends of Lane assert that, upon hearing this reply, McClellan laughed heartily, and said, "You must work out your own plans Go your own way, and see that no rebel sets his foot in Kansas." Release of Hon. R. H. Stanton from Fort Lafayette. From the Maysville (Ky.) Eagle we copy the following: On last Tuesday night the Hon. R. H. Stanton returned to his home in this city, having been relased from confinement at Fort Lafayette. We learn that some of his enthusiastic admirers among the young Secessionists indulged in rapturous shouts for Jeff. Davis when they caught sight of Mr. Stanton, doubtless thinking that such sounds would prove gladsome to him, and clearly indicating the sentiments they understood Mr. Stanton to entertain, as well as s
Mexico (Mexico) (search for this): article 1
War matters. Late from the Rio Grande — advance of a large Mexican force. A Brownsville (Texas) letter, of December 23, in the Houston Telegraph, contains some paragraphs of interest, from among which we extract the following: The siege of Matamoras still goes cowardly on. This is the thirty-third day of the siege, and up to the present moment scarcely a foot has been lost or gained since the first day. Much valuable property has been destroyed, and a few killed and wounded; large quantities of powder burnt, and lead wasted; and no prospect of a change so far as either of those parties have the power to effect it. But we have hope from another quarter. News of a definite, and said to be of a reliable character, reached here last evening, to the effect that Vidaurri, with 7,000 men, was on the march for Matamoras, sent by the Federal Government, with whom he has made peace, and instructed to put down all sectional and party strites, and thereby unite the whole nation
San Antonio (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 1
Confederacy, trusting that in a reasonable time, as assurances were given would be done, they would be paid. They, after months of delay, send their claims to San Antonio, to the Confederate officers, and are referred to the State officers at Austin. Sent to Austin, they are again sent back to the Confederates at San Antonio. TSan Antonio. The Confederate officers say these supplies were furnished to State troops, and they have nothing to do with the affair. The State officers say the troops have been mustered into the Confederate service, and they won't pay, because the Confederacy should pay. And so the red tape business goes on and we are made to suffer. We hear the Confederacy has abundant means, and that large amounts of money have been received at San Antonio and other points; that old debts are discharged, and cash paid for new supplies. If this is so, why is not a portion sent down here? At no other point is money so absolutely needed as here, for all supplies have to be purchas
Fort Donelson (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
hat two captains and fourteen privates have just been taken prisoners. Arrest of a native of Lynchburg. A Washington dispatch, of the 16th inst., says: Banker Smith's son, just arrested here, is a native of Lynchburg, Virginia, has arrived here since 1854, and always voted for Southern proclivities. The proof against him is that, in a rebel mailbag recently seized on its way across the Potomac, a letter to the rebel General was found containing an account of the numbers of the Union army of the Potomac, plans of fortifications, and a scheme for capturing Washington. There was a fictitious signature to it, but it is now known to be Smith's son. Fort Henry. This fort is 90 miles from Paducah, and 20 miles below the long bridge, across the Tennessee, of the Memphis and Ohio railroad. It is an open fort, (not casemate,) but has, we understand, several very heavy guns in battery. Fort Donelson is on the Cumberland river, and 13 miles distant from Fort Henry.
Mesilla (New Mexico, United States) (search for this): article 1
red. Feb. 16San Ant'c.150 Mar. 12F't Brown100 April 13F't Sumter April 15Fort Bliss100 April 20Indianola600 May 19S'well's P610 May 31Fairfax C. H.12554 June 1Aq'a Cr'k June 5Pig's P'nt June 10G't Bethal17150250 June 16Vienna50100 June 17Kan's City153050150150 June 19New Creek37 June 26Romney2315 June 27Mt's Point1610 July 2Haynes'lle212678553 July 5Carthage70200300200 July 17Sc'ry Creek3150100 July 18Bull Run.1353320020030020 July 21Manassas393120050100025001000 July 25Mesilla1025 July 28F't Staut'n750 Aug. 10Spingfield.2653003010001200300 Aug. 15Mt's Point5 Aug. 20Hw'ks N'st12030 Aug. 27Balley's X Roads.15 Aug. 27Cross Ln's.35050100 Sept. 3Big Creek223 Sept. 10Gauley5150250 Sept. 11Lew'sville596 Sept. 11Ton's C'k.203050 Sept. 19Bar'sville.502 Sept. 20Lexington2572391203500 Sept. 25Alamesa230 Oct. 1St'r Fanny45 Oct. 3Greenbrier63112100150 Oct. 5Chicama comico32 Oct. 9Santa Rosa204219203017 Oct. 12Mis. Pass's Oct. 16Bolivar110154012 Oct. 21Lee
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