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New Bern (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 21
s city, direct from the North Carolina coast, addresses us a communication, in which he states, that the report of Gen. Gatlin and others as to a large Federal fleet being in Pamlico Sound, with the purpose of making an attack on Roanoke Island, Newbern, and other places in the vicinity, turns out to be entirely unfounded. He further states that this report reached Edenton on Monday night, and such was the credit given to it that Judge Biggs immediately adjourned the Confederate Court in s concludes his communication by saying: I think, therefore, it may be confidently asserted, that neither the Burnside expedition, nor any other fleet is to be found in the waters of Eastern Carolina with a hostile purpose toward Roanoke or Newbern. Affairs at the Philadelphia Navy-yard. Philadelphia, Jan. 21. --The trouble at the Navy-Yard is about concluded. This morning there were more men ready to go work than were required. There is no probability, therefore, of the ya
Hilton Head (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 21
The rebel schooner Venus was taken off Galveston by the Rhode Island, and the following prisoners have been brought on:--Andrew Nelson, captain; Peter Hanson, mate; Edward Hicklet, cook; Cornelius J. Haven, Charles Eastwood, Charles Smith, Timothy Canards, Edward English, Jos. Parker, Francis Callahan, James Smith, Alfred Johnson, and Jacob Johnson. The following prisoners deserted Tatnall's fleet, off Savannah;--Daniel B. Harrington, John King. Those who follow were taken at Hilton Head, and confined for some time on board the Wabash: --Jacob Judy, James T. Bryan, James J. Colson, Capt. Geo. J. Mahe. Mr. Mahe is a citizen of Louisiana. He is a nephew of Charles M. Conrad, Secretary of War, under President Fillmore. He was also Assistant Secretary of Legation, under Mr. Faulkner, to France. He was at the battles of Bull Run and Ball's Bluff. From the latter place he went on to New Orleans, on furlough. He was taken while fishing off that port. The Philadelp
Sweden (Sweden) (search for this): article 21
urnside in Pamlico Sound. He had a cheerful word to say to most every person who paid their respects to him. Mrs. Lincoln appeared in pure white, her dress being an elegant figured brocade. She was escorted through the great East Room by Gen. Cameron, ex-Secretary of War. Mr. Stanton, the new Secretary of War, was present, and was most cordially received by the President and distinguished guests present. Among the foreign Ministers present were the representatives from Russia, Spain, Sweden, Italy, and New Granada.--Most of the Cabinet ministers and families were present. The rich dresses of the ladies, mingling with the bright uniforms of the officers of the army, presented a varied and beautiful scene. More secession prisoners for Fort Lafayette. The New York Herald, of the 22d inst., says: The rebel schooner Venus was taken off Galveston by the Rhode Island, and the following prisoners have been brought on:--Andrew Nelson, captain; Peter Hanson, mate; Edward
Ship Island (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 21
Matters are represented as being still quiet in that part of Secessia, the inhabitants having returned to their allegiance, and are pursuing their avocations as in former times. The Baltimore American, Interesting from New Orleans. Cairo, Jan. 21 --A report from New Orleans, the 10th, says that a large meeting of the French residents was held that day to devise some means of leaving the city and the South. A committee was appointed to communicate with the Federal forces at Ship Island upon the subject. [Special Dispatches in the New York herald] Washington, Jan, 21, 1862. Special Dispatches in favor to arrive product of the War, he stated positively that he was in favor, and always had been in favor, of active operations, and a speedy suppression of the rebellion, and was doing his utmost to bring about such a result. The reported abandonment of Manassas by the rebels. The report that the rebels have abandoned Manassas is a great humbug.
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 21
outside the mails, was taken up. Mr. Colfax advocated its passage, and stated that he believed over a million dollars would be realized, and if so, with the franking privilege abolished, and the California mails paid for out of the Treasury, as provided by law, the Post Office would be nearly if not quite self-supporting. Several amendments and a substitute offered by Mr. Colfax, were voted down, and finally the original bill being before the house for action, on motion of Mr. Dawes, of Massachusetts, it was laid on the table by a vote of seventy-five against sixty-six, thus effectually disposing of the subject, and relieving the newspaper interest from the apprehension of a vast deal of annoyance, without any corresponding benefit to the Treasury. In the course of the debate on the bill, Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, a member of the Committee of Ways and Means, remarked that the Committee propose levying a tax in some form — perhaps by stamp — on all newspapers, and also a tax on telegr
Paraje (New Mexico, United States) (search for this): article 21
recent fight. No private telegraphic dispatches of military matters can come over the Southern line to Louisville, and no private information has been received. Interesting from New Mexico--the Texas Confederates Threaten an attack on Fort Craig. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 21 --The Santa Fe mail, with dates to the 7th inst., has arrived. An express from Mesilla arrived at Santa Fe on the evening of the 4th inst., bringing news that fifteen hundred Texans, with seven pieces of artillery, were marching on Fort Craig, and were within thirty miles of that post. The scouts from the fort had been drawn in. A severe battle is expected, as the Texans were fighting principally for food. Governor Connelly had called out the entire militia. A letter express arrived the night of the 5th inst., which says that the enemy had retreated without making an attack on the fort. It was not known whether Col Canby intended to follow him or not. The scouts fro
Vermont (Vermont, United States) (search for this): article 21
. Several amendments and a substitute offered by Mr. Colfax, were voted down, and finally the original bill being before the house for action, on motion of Mr. Dawes, of Massachusetts, it was laid on the table by a vote of seventy-five against sixty-six, thus effectually disposing of the subject, and relieving the newspaper interest from the apprehension of a vast deal of annoyance, without any corresponding benefit to the Treasury. In the course of the debate on the bill, Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, a member of the Committee of Ways and Means, remarked that the Committee propose levying a tax in some form — perhaps by stamp — on all newspapers, and also a tax on telegraphic communications. A stamp on each printed sheet is the only proper method of raising revenue from this source. Federal Expeditions. The New York Herald, of the 22d instant, says: Forty-nine vessels of the Burnside expedition, arrived safely at Pamlico Sound on Monday. It is thought that the tempestuo
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 21
aken to the South Ferry, and thence by the Hamilton Avenue cars to Fort Lafayette. The Burnside expedition. We copy the following, from the Norfolk Day Book, of the 24th inst.: A gentleman who reached this city, direct from the North Carolina coast, addresses us a communication, in which he states, that the report of Gen. Gatlin and others as to a large Federal fleet being in Pamlico Sound, with the purpose of making an attack on Roanoke Island, Newbern, and other places in the vion of General Wool, and allowed to refresh themselves after their two weeks voyage, by marching for several hours on terra firma. Miscellaneous. In New York, on the 21st inst., Virginia 6's sold at 50 a 50½; Tennessee 6's, 48½ a 44½ North Carolina 6's, 62; Missouri 6's, 42 a 42½. Thomas L. Price, elected to fill the vacancy from the Fifth Congressional district of Missouri, occasioned by the expulsion of Reid, rebel, was on the 21st inst. sworn in as a member of the House. Th
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 21
Pamlico Sound on Monday. It is thought that the tempestuous weather may have induced them to seek a temporary haven at that place. The troops of General Butler's expedition, which arrived at Fortress Monroe on the Constitution, had been disembarked there, under permission of General Wool, and allowed to refresh themselves after their two weeks voyage, by marching for several hours on terra firma. Miscellaneous. In New York, on the 21st inst., Virginia 6's sold at 50 a 50½; Tennessee 6's, 48½ a 44½ North Carolina 6's, 62; Missouri 6's, 42 a 42½. Thomas L. Price, elected to fill the vacancy from the Fifth Congressional district of Missouri, occasioned by the expulsion of Reid, rebel, was on the 21st inst. sworn in as a member of the House. The Federal Treasury Department has stopped payment of a claim of Calhoun Benham for ten thousand dollars, for services alleged to have been rendered the Government at San Francisco, California. Colonel John Jacob Astor
Romney (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 21
r. Considerable excitement exists at Atchison to-day, owing to a collision between the citizens and a band of Jayhawkers. Some arrests have been made, and more trouble is expected. Affairs on the Upper Potomac. Frederick, Md., Jan. 19. --Private, but usually reliable advices from Hancock, state that Gen. Jackson's retirement from Hancock, and his pretended retreat towards Winchester, were a ruse and that, without retiring to the latter place, he returned with 12,000 men to Romney. It is also stated that Gen. Lander, following out his instructions, fell back on Gen. Jackson's approach. There are rumors of a fight having occurred, but this is discredited by those who assume to be best informed. It is estimated that 300 refugee women from Jefferson county are now in and around this county. Many of them left children at home, and are now grieving to return to them, but a strict: blockade is kept up by Cols. Geary's, Leonard's, and Link's commands. Th
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