hide Sorting

You can sort these results in two ways:

By entity
Chronological order for dates, alphabetical order for places and people.
By position (current method)
As the entities appear in the document.

You are currently sorting in ascending order. Sort in descending order.

hide Most Frequent Entities

The entities that appear most frequently in this document are shown below.

Entity Max. Freq Min. Freq
John H. Morgan 24 2 Browse Search
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) 16 0 Browse Search
Andrew Scott 14 0 Browse Search
Knoxville (Tennessee, United States) 12 0 Browse Search
James R. Wilson 12 0 Browse Search
Burns 10 2 Browse Search
United States (United States) 10 0 Browse Search
John Letcher 10 0 Browse Search
James Sinclair 9 1 Browse Search
C. C. Lee 9 1 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1862., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.

Found 45 total hits in 13 results.

1 2
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 16
f Graves's battery, captured at Fort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape from Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He made his way uninterruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to the Tennessee line Lieut Wilson made his exit from the military prison by a novel mode, which it would be impolitic to state, but through which many more of our men may yet be enabled to escape. He makes the following report of the prisoners confined at Colers have yet been made, although several, through the intercession of Northern acquaintances, have been sat at liberty. Horace Maynard was in Columbus shortly after the arrival of the prisoners, and was instrumental in the release of three Tennessee, who took the oath and, wise discharged. All the field officer captured at Fort Donelson have been sent to Fort Warren,--The remaining commissioned officers being at Camp Chass, Columbus, Ohio. Lieut. Wilson represents a unanimity of feel
Indianapolis (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 16
Donelson.--how they are Treated. --Lieutenant Wilson, of Graves's battery, captured at Fort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape from Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He made his way uninterruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to the Tennessee line Lieut Wilson made his exit from the military prison by a novel mode, which it would be impolitic to state, but through which many more of our men may yet be enabled to escape. He o Fort Warren,--The remaining commissioned officers being at Camp Chass, Columbus, Ohio. Lieut. Wilson represents a unanimity of feeling in the North with reference to the rebellion, which they effect to believe is nearly at an and; there are, however, many sympathizers with us in Southern Lodians, some of whom afforded Lieut. Wilson facilities for reaching Kentucky. While at Indianapolis, a number of negroes belonging to Lieut. Wilson and others, were taken from them and set at liberty.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 16
uality of food as the Federal soldiers, with the exception that insured of coffee, parched beans are furnished. The pure supplied is of such an inferior character that it is not eaten, $50,000 having been sent from Kentucky to the prisoner, with which purchases of whatever is desired are procured. Large quantities of clothing have also been sent from Kentucky, and our soldiery are made as comfortable as the circumstances of their condition will admit of. Capt. Ross, formerly of the United States service, who commanded a battery of heavy guns at Donelson, has been released on his parole, and reports himself every five days at headquarters. No proposals for the release of prisoners have yet been made, although several, through the intercession of Northern acquaintances, have been sat at liberty. Horace Maynard was in Columbus shortly after the arrival of the prisoners, and was instrumental in the release of three Tennessee, who took the oath and, wise discharged. All the fi
Donelson (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 16
at insured of coffee, parched beans are furnished. The pure supplied is of such an inferior character that it is not eaten, $50,000 having been sent from Kentucky to the prisoner, with which purchases of whatever is desired are procured. Large quantities of clothing have also been sent from Kentucky, and our soldiery are made as comfortable as the circumstances of their condition will admit of. Capt. Ross, formerly of the United States service, who commanded a battery of heavy guns at Donelson, has been released on his parole, and reports himself every five days at headquarters. No proposals for the release of prisoners have yet been made, although several, through the intercession of Northern acquaintances, have been sat at liberty. Horace Maynard was in Columbus shortly after the arrival of the prisoners, and was instrumental in the release of three Tennessee, who took the oath and, wise discharged. All the field officer captured at Fort Donelson have been sent to Fort W
Fort Warren (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 16
at Donelson, has been released on his parole, and reports himself every five days at headquarters. No proposals for the release of prisoners have yet been made, although several, through the intercession of Northern acquaintances, have been sat at liberty. Horace Maynard was in Columbus shortly after the arrival of the prisoners, and was instrumental in the release of three Tennessee, who took the oath and, wise discharged. All the field officer captured at Fort Donelson have been sent to Fort Warren,--The remaining commissioned officers being at Camp Chass, Columbus, Ohio. Lieut. Wilson represents a unanimity of feeling in the North with reference to the rebellion, which they effect to believe is nearly at an and; there are, however, many sympathizers with us in Southern Lodians, some of whom afforded Lieut. Wilson facilities for reaching Kentucky. While at Indianapolis, a number of negroes belonging to Lieut. Wilson and others, were taken from them and set at liberty.
Terre Haute (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 16
The prisoners taken at Fort Donelson.--how they are Treated. --Lieutenant Wilson, of Graves's battery, captured at Fort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape from Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He made his way uninterruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to the Tennessee line Lieut Wilson made his exit from the military prison by a novel mode, which it would be impolitic to state, but through which many more of our men may yet be enabled to escape. He makes the following report of the prisoners confined at Columbus, Ohio: Reaching Columbus, the prisoners were divided into two parties, and placed within a half-acre enclosure, surrounded by a fence twenty feet high, with a platform on top, for the use of the sentinels. Thirty or forty were placed in rooms heated by barrel staves, where they remained twenty four hours without anything to eat. Owing to the filthy condition of the prison quarters, a great deal o
Evansville (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 16
The prisoners taken at Fort Donelson.--how they are Treated. --Lieutenant Wilson, of Graves's battery, captured at Fort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape from Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He made his way uninterruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to the Tennessee line Lieut Wilson made his exit from the military prison by a novel mode, which it would be impolitic to state, but through which many more of our men may yet be enabled to escape. He makes the following report of the prisoners confined at Columbus, Ohio: Reaching Columbus, the prisoners were divided into two parties, and placed within a half-acre enclosure, surrounded by a fence twenty feet high, with a platform on top, for the use of the sentinels. Thirty or forty were placed in rooms heated by barrel staves, where they remained twenty four hours without anything to eat. Owing to the filthy condition of the prison quarters, a great deal of
Fort Donelson (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 16
The prisoners taken at Fort Donelson.--how they are Treated. --Lieutenant Wilson, of Graves's battery, captured at Fort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape from Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He made his way uninterruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to theFort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape from Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He made his way uninterruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to the Tennessee line Lieut Wilson made his exit from the military prison by a novel mode, which it would be impolitic to state, but through which many more of our men may yet be enabled to escape. He makes the following report of the prisoners confined at Columbus, Ohio: Reaching Columbus, the prisoners were divided into two partihe arrival of the prisoners, and was instrumental in the release of three Tennessee, who took the oath and, wise discharged. All the field officer captured at Fort Donelson have been sent to Fort Warren,--The remaining commissioned officers being at Camp Chass, Columbus, Ohio. Lieut. Wilson represents a unanimity of feeling i
Horace Maynard (search for this): article 16
clothing have also been sent from Kentucky, and our soldiery are made as comfortable as the circumstances of their condition will admit of. Capt. Ross, formerly of the United States service, who commanded a battery of heavy guns at Donelson, has been released on his parole, and reports himself every five days at headquarters. No proposals for the release of prisoners have yet been made, although several, through the intercession of Northern acquaintances, have been sat at liberty. Horace Maynard was in Columbus shortly after the arrival of the prisoners, and was instrumental in the release of three Tennessee, who took the oath and, wise discharged. All the field officer captured at Fort Donelson have been sent to Fort Warren,--The remaining commissioned officers being at Camp Chass, Columbus, Ohio. Lieut. Wilson represents a unanimity of feeling in the North with reference to the rebellion, which they effect to believe is nearly at an and; there are, however, many sympathi
The prisoners taken at Fort Donelson.--how they are Treated. --Lieutenant Wilson, of Graves's battery, captured at Fort Donelson, reached Corinth on the 29th ultima, having effected his escape from Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He made his way uninterruptedly through Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Evansville, and Henderson, to the Tennessee line Lieut Wilson made his exit from the military prison by a novel mode, which it would be impolitic to state, but through which many more of our men may yet be enabled to escape. He makes the following report of the prisoners confined at Columbus, Ohio: Reaching Columbus, the prisoners were divided into two parties, and placed within a half-acre enclosure, surrounded by a fence twenty feet high, with a platform on top, for the use of the sentinels. Thirty or forty were placed in rooms heated by barrel staves, where they remained twenty four hours without anything to eat. Owing to the filthy condition of the prison quarters, a great deal of
1 2