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Chowan River (United States) (search for this): article 11
It strikes out the pledge of public lands. From Fortress Monroe. The Northern papers publish the following in regard to affairs in North Carolina and at Fortress Monroe: The 9th New York regiment had made an expedition up the Chowan river with three gunboats, but having found the enemy in full force, returned without making an attack. Among the passengers by the Baltimore is Charles Henry Foster, who was reported killed at Winton by Southern papers. The election order have been received, in the re-election of Mr. Foster to Congress. The ordinances of the Convention were also ratified. The object of the expedition of the 9th New York regiment was to destroy the railroad bridges on the Black Water and Chowan rivers. The enemy, however, were discovered in large force at Winton, and no landing was made. The enemy fired at our gunboats, and in retaliation the town was shelled. The greater part of the Burnside Expedition wat still at Roanoke Isla
Port Royal (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 11
be Hornbeck, John Young L. Young, Dennis Farrell, M. J. Woodward, M. J. Farmington, William Ward, Forrest Olden, Wm. Joy, Sum. Ball, Jere. Moore, John Hanover, Henry Simpson, Richard H. Sayles, Thos. Braggs, Mat. Plaskett, John Haislip, James Hafalip, Wm. Hick, A. L. McKenzie, Thomas W. Baylis, B. W. Baylis, M. H. Janny, G. W. Hutchins, Henry C. Brown. Yankee cotton bales. A New York letter to the Philadelphia Inquirer says: The cotton that arrived here on Tuesday last from Port Royal (500 bales, per schooner Aid, consigned to Collector Barney, on account of the Government,) is in very small packages, it is in the seeded, state, moreover, and when it is cleaned, these will lose about three-fourths their weight. Scott and Mexico. It appears that Gen. Scott was nominated to the Federal Senate on the 22d February as a special envoy to Mexico, to aid Mr. Corwin in the present troubled aspect of affairs there. But a Washington correspondent writes: A majorit
Mexico (Mexico) (search for this): article 11
tor Barney, on account of the Government,) is in very small packages, it is in the seeded, state, moreover, and when it is cleaned, these will lose about three-fourths their weight. Scott and Mexico. It appears that Gen. Scott was nominated to the Federal Senate on the 22d February as a special envoy to Mexico, to aid Mr. Corwin in the present troubled aspect of affairs there. But a Washington correspondent writes: A majority of the Senate are opposed to any intervention in Mexican affairs, and of course, will refuse to confirm Gen. Scott's appointment, as it is only part of the scheme. Another correspondent says: There will be no occasion for the mission of General Scott unless the Senate should determine to adopt the suggestions of the President, which render the appointment of a special Minister proper. The Government's mail by the last steamer has not yet been received, but only a continuation of friendly expressions are expected — at least, while the
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 11
royed. The buildings were of little value, and the loss is fully covered by insurance. Federal accounts from Tennessee. Louisville, Feb. 25 --A deserter from the rebel army has arrived at Munfordsville to-day, reports that theon impressing on the officers and soldiers of his army the necessity of preserving good order as the army advances into Tennessee and other Southern States, to show to our fellow-citizens there that we come merely to crush out rebellion and restore Gidson Welles, Secretary of the Navy: Lieutenant Commanding Gwinn, with the gunboat-Taylor, has just arrived from Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama, and reports that the Union sentiment in South Tennessee and North Alabama to be very strong.South Tennessee and North Alabama to be very strong. I shall send him back to-day, and will call at Fort Henry to accompany the gunboat, which will aid the loyal people of those States to raise Union forces within their borders. A. H. Foote, Flag Officer, Commanding. Proclamation of Com. F
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
uties on imports payable in coin, and pledges it to the payment of the interest on the notes and bonds. It strikes out the pledge of public lands. From Fortress Monroe. The Northern papers publish the following in regard to affairs in North Carolina and at Fortress Monroe: The 9th New York regiment had made an expeFortress Monroe: The 9th New York regiment had made an expedition up the Chowan river with three gunboats, but having found the enemy in full force, returned without making an attack. Among the passengers by the Baltimore is Charles Henry Foster, who was reported killed at Winton by Southern papers. The election ordered by the Provisional Governor of North Carolina, to take placee remote becomes the realization of the fanatical hopes that led him and the faction with which he is connected to provoke it. Correspondence Stopped. Fortress Monroe, Feb. 23. --A recent order from the War Department prohibits the transmittal of private letters through the lines of the United States troops to persons
Indianapolis (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 11
ld the authorities of the city responsible. Andrew H. Foote. Gen. Buckner takes to Indianapolis. Louisville, Feb. 24. --The steamer Argonant, from Cairo, arrived at Jeffersonville tcharge of a detachment of Federal soldiers, under command of Captain Walker, and were sent to Indianapolis by a special train this afternoon. The Fort Donelson prisoners. The St. Louis Republiral road. As fast as they are landed they are forwarded by railroad to Springfield, Chicago, Indianapolis and Detroit, where efforts will be made to provide for their proper accommodation. The passe Lebanon600 Stephen Decatur500 Alex. Scott1,800 Dr. Kane600 Total10,685 Prisoners at Indianapolis. By telegraph from Indianapolis, Feb. 25, we have the following: Gen. Buckner and SIndianapolis, Feb. 25, we have the following: Gen. Buckner and Staff, including Majors Casby, Hays, and Cassady, Captains Thos. J. Clay, Chas. Johnson and E. H. McDonald, and J. M. Gallaher, Buckner's Private Secretary, reached here at 1 o'clock this morning, with
Charles Town (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
bringing the negro to this country, but do all they can to make his condition here more miserable, had been in Gordon's place, there would have been less room for regret. The upper Potomac. Sandy Hook, Md., Feb. 28. --While attempting to cross the ferry, during the gale yesterday, the boat swamped, and five soldiers and one citizen were drowned. The ferryman, who was with Rohr when shot by the rebels, was the only man who escaped. All the rebel families are evacuating Charlestown, Va. Three companies of rebel cavalry are the only enemy in night. They are about three mile from the city. Spirit of the New York Press. The following interesting paragraph appears in the editorial columns of the New York Herald: Poor Greeley's troubles are never ending. He has been misrepresenting and vilifying Gen. McClellan for several weeks back, with a view to having him replaced by some other General, whose conservative tendencies were not supposed to be as decid
United States (United States) (search for this): article 11
ary possession of all the telegraph lines in the United States. Second--All telegraphic communications in reupervisor of telegraphic messages throughout the United States. Anson Slager is made Military Superintendent of all telegraphic lines and offices in the United States. Fifth--This possession and control of the telegrapis now a law. The only amendment made to the United States note bill by the Committee of Conference at theieral Buckner is confined alone, in a room in the United States Court House building. There are now in this citlicy in regard to the privateers captured by the United States. It is looked on as only one of the many preten or otherwise left the service, from wearing the United States military uniform in Alexandria, and directing th by the strongest feelings of friendship for the United States. Texas Vs. New York. The Northern papements, owing to the successes of the arms of the United States, the destruction of their railroad connection, &
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 11
of the troops at Columbus, but whether reinforcements had arrived was not learned. The gunboats and mortar boats were getting into position on the Missouri side of the river, when a rebel steamer, with a white flag, made its appearance.--Some rebel officers came on board the Cincinnati, and a consultation took place, lasting over two hours, with what result has no, been made known, but the expedition returned to Cairo. Gen. Halleck's Proclamation. The Federal General Halleck, in Missouri, has issued "a proclamation impressing on the officers and soldiers of his army the necessity of preserving good order as the army advances into Tennessee and other Southern States, to show to our fellow-citizens there that we come merely to crush out rebellion and restore to them peace, etc. The regulations against pillaging, marauding and stealing, concealing slaves, etc., must be strictly enforced. It does not belong to the military to decide the relations of master and slave. No fugit
Wisconsin (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): article 11
rebels before evacuating Clarksville fired the railroad bridge crossing the Cumberland river at that point. Recent Nashville papers advise the undermining of some of the bluffs on the Cumberland, and blowing them into the river on the approach of our gunboats, either to destroy them or obstruct the channel! An expedition returned. A dispatch from Cairo, Feb. 24, says: An expedition, composed of four iron-clad gunboats, with the 27th Illinois, and a battalion of the 3 h Wisconsin regiments, made a reconnaissance down the river this morning, and discovered that the rebels had seized all the flat-boats and skiffs, as far up the river as they dared to come; also, that there had been a movement of the troops at Columbus, but whether reinforcements had arrived was not learned. The gunboats and mortar boats were getting into position on the Missouri side of the river, when a rebel steamer, with a white flag, made its appearance.--Some rebel officers came on board the Ci
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