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Princess Anne (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
efore the arrival of our troops, and who then left and went over to Richmond, has got sick of it, and on Sunday night deserted them, run their blockade at Richmond, crossed the bay in an open boat, and early on Monday morning presented himself at General Lockwood's headquarters and took the oath of allegiance. Afterwards he was permitted to go to his home in Northampton county on his parole. Capt. Johnson also came over from Richmond at the same time and took the oath. He belongs in Princess Anne, Md., where he has gone. Arrested. Isaac Smith, a well-known rabid Secessionist, was arrested at his house on Tuesday night week, by a detachment from Col. Wilkins's Eastern Shore regiment. He was, it is alleged, engaged in running the blockade, giving aid and comfort to the rebels in the shape of provisions and other things contraband of war. At the time of his arrest there was also found in his house a large quantity of goods. He is now engaged in serving out his thirty days in
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 4
ing, bringing a Mississippi regiment of prisoners and some fifty or sixty wounded soldiers who were left at Mound City. Eight or nine others boats were on their way up with prisoners. The rebels who escaped from Fort Donelson went to Nashville or Clarksville, where it is supposed the rebels will make another stand. The prisoners from Fort Donelson will probably be sent to Camp Douglas, Chicago. It appears that the General Johnston captured at Fort Donelson is Bushrod Johnson, of Tennessee, a Brigadier General, and not, as first stated, Gen. A. S. Johnston. The time it takes to go from Fort Donelson to Cairo is from 12 to 15 hours. Sometimes the boats drop off the news at Smithland and Paducah, but not always. The War in Missouri. The Federalists have been much exercised relative to the brave and sagacious Price.--They have had his army captured several times. The latest papers before us contain paragraphs contradicting the report that Price's army had been cap
San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): article 4
ennsylvania, all of them guns or bells, or fires, and most of them celebrated with all these modes of exultation. In short, Lincolndom generally went mad over the victories achieved by their "infernal gunboats," as Mr. Foote calls them. San Francisco.--By telegraph the Northern papers say they learn that the Donelson news has reached San Francisco and caused "great rejoicing." Kansas. It appears that Kansas is not done bleeding yet. The whole State appears to be in a shocking staSan Francisco and caused "great rejoicing." Kansas. It appears that Kansas is not done bleeding yet. The whole State appears to be in a shocking state of insubordination and anarchy, so that the recent order proclaiming martial law there is welcomed universally. A letter from Leavenworth to a Northern paper says: It is a lamentable admission, but it stands virtually recorded in the words of the order, that the people of Kansas are incompetent to manage their own affairs; that the State statutes are a dead letter, and that civil authority is powerless for the arrest or punishment of a single outlaw. Rejected army clothing.
Poughkeepsie (New York, United States) (search for this): article 4
s and the Puritan Legislature passed thanks to the Federal soldiers. The 100 guns were fired by direction of the Mayor. The citizens intended to fire five hundred! Great people! How differently acted the people of the South when the great battle of Manassas was fought! At Albany, the Legislature gave itself up to cheering, and bonfires were lighted in the streets; Washington city, a national salute; Auburn, New York, 100 guns; Geneva, 100 guns and bells; Troy, 100 guns; Rochester, Poughkeepsie, Burlington, Vermont, and Westchester, Pennsylvania, all of them guns or bells, or fires, and most of them celebrated with all these modes of exultation. In short, Lincolndom generally went mad over the victories achieved by their "infernal gunboats," as Mr. Foote calls them. San Francisco.--By telegraph the Northern papers say they learn that the Donelson news has reached San Francisco and caused "great rejoicing." Kansas. It appears that Kansas is not done bleeding yet. T
Salisbury, Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
. Lockwood has issued an order directing that all vessels and canoes shall be brought within those inlets where guards are kept, and all such as are found elsewhere shall be seized and condemned. No vessel or boat shall be suffered to pass out into the bay between sunset and sunrise, and that any attempting to do so shall be seized and condemned. Guarding the telegraph. The Second regiment E. S. Home Guards, Col. Wilkins, is detailed for duty to guard the telegraph line from Salisbury, Maryland, to Cape Charles, Virginia. Headquarters at Drummond town; Lieutenant-Colonel at Newtown, Major at Eastville; one half of the command will be stationed below and one-half above Drummondtown. Rejoicing at the North. Washington was to be illuminated on Saturday, and as a part of the celebration the following order was published: War Department, Washington,D. C., Feb. 18, 1862 Ordered by the President, Commander-in-Chief of the army and navy, that on the 22d day of
Auburn, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): article 4
tucky and on our Atlantic coast generally were adopted. Boston fired 100 guns and the Puritan Legislature passed thanks to the Federal soldiers. The 100 guns were fired by direction of the Mayor. The citizens intended to fire five hundred! Great people! How differently acted the people of the South when the great battle of Manassas was fought! At Albany, the Legislature gave itself up to cheering, and bonfires were lighted in the streets; Washington city, a national salute; Auburn, New York, 100 guns; Geneva, 100 guns and bells; Troy, 100 guns; Rochester, Poughkeepsie, Burlington, Vermont, and Westchester, Pennsylvania, all of them guns or bells, or fires, and most of them celebrated with all these modes of exultation. In short, Lincolndom generally went mad over the victories achieved by their "infernal gunboats," as Mr. Foote calls them. San Francisco.--By telegraph the Northern papers say they learn that the Donelson news has reached San Francisco and caused "grea
Geneva, N. Y. (New York, United States) (search for this): article 4
ic coast generally were adopted. Boston fired 100 guns and the Puritan Legislature passed thanks to the Federal soldiers. The 100 guns were fired by direction of the Mayor. The citizens intended to fire five hundred! Great people! How differently acted the people of the South when the great battle of Manassas was fought! At Albany, the Legislature gave itself up to cheering, and bonfires were lighted in the streets; Washington city, a national salute; Auburn, New York, 100 guns; Geneva, 100 guns and bells; Troy, 100 guns; Rochester, Poughkeepsie, Burlington, Vermont, and Westchester, Pennsylvania, all of them guns or bells, or fires, and most of them celebrated with all these modes of exultation. In short, Lincolndom generally went mad over the victories achieved by their "infernal gunboats," as Mr. Foote calls them. San Francisco.--By telegraph the Northern papers say they learn that the Donelson news has reached San Francisco and caused "great rejoicing." Kans
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 4
artillery, gallantly drove their foes back with the bayonet, and captured their guns. Dressor's and Schwartz's batteries were captured during the action, but the Eighteenth Illinois, with clubbed muskets, recovered. Dressor's battery, while the Thirty-fifth recovered that of Captain Schwartz. Confederate loss. It is impossible to state the precise extent of the captures, everything being in such confusion within the fortress. The 51st and 57th Virginia regiments, and several Arkansas, Alabama, and Texas regiments were among the forces which left with Pillow and Floyd in the night. The rebel surgeons place their loss in killed and wounded at between three and four hundred killed and double the number wounded. The following are the names of some of the rebel officers captured: Col. Gantt, Col. Voorhees, Col. Forrest, Col. Brown, and Col. Abernathy. The following dispatch shows that the Federalists have discovered that they have not captured Gen. A. S.
Fort Donelson (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 4
e up the following summary of news: The struggle at Fort Donelson. We copy from the Northern papers some further details relative to the fighting at Fort Donelson. The measure of their praise of their forces, it appears, is the amount of los Cairo, Feb. 17.--The steamer Memphis arrived from Fort Donelson this evening, bringing a Mississippi regiment of prisoneir way up with prisoners. The rebels who escaped from Fort Donelson went to Nashville or Clarksville, where it is supposed rebels will make another stand. The prisoners from Fort Donelson will probably be sent to Camp Douglas, Chicago. It appears that the General Johnston captured at Fort Donelson is Bushrod Johnson, of Tennessee, a Brigadier General, and not, Gen. A. S. Johnston. The time it takes to go from Fort Donelson to Cairo is from 12 to 15 hours. Sometimes the boats drd, there was a wild and frantic joy upon the victory at Fort Donelson. They would neither adjourn nor proceed to business; b
Webbs Hill (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 4
ecure the health and comfort of the army, efforts are making to organize a bureau to furnish the troops with clothing, camp and garrison equipage, and to be established similar to the other bureaus of the War Department, though separate and distinct from them all. The defences and forces at Bowling Green The following statement of the Confederate defences and forces at Bowling Green before the evacuation we copy from a Northern paper. If it be true, our force at that place was much less than we had supposed it to be: No, of guns mounted Lunette fort on Baker's Hill6 Lunette fort on Mount Alry6 Embankments on Price's Hill2 Embankments on Webb's Hill3 Bastion fort on Judge Underwood's Hill13 Lunette for on Hobson's Hill4 Lunette breastwork on Calvert's Hill2 Lunette breastwork on Grider's Hill3 Bastion fort on College Hill10 Total49 The number of troops were: Thirteen regiments infantry7,500 One regiment cavalry reduced to300 A total of only7,800
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