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
Monday McClellan 106 0 Browse Search
Richmond (Virginia, United States) 26 0 Browse Search
Fitz John Porter 26 2 Browse Search
City Point (Virginia, United States) 10 0 Browse Search
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) 8 0 Browse Search
Jackson (Mississippi, United States) 8 0 Browse Search
Shirley (Virginia, United States) 8 0 Browse Search
Stonewall Jackson 8 0 Browse Search
G. T. Beauregard 7 1 Browse Search
Scott 6 6 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: July 7, 1862., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.

Found 55 total hits in 25 results.

1 2 3
Wisconsin (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): article 11
city. The rebels destroyed the locomotive and burned the cars, killed ten of our men, and captured several officers, including Col. Kinsey, Majors Pride and Sharpe, railroad superintendent; Capt. McMichael, of Gen. Grant's staff, who was taken prisoner at Shiloh, and had just been exchanged. Miscellaneous. Chas. C. Fulton, editor of the Baltimore American and agent of the Associated Press, who was sent to Fort McHenry, for founding intelligence of the Federal defeat before Richmond, has been replaced. The Governors of various States from Mains to Wisconsin, boxing drawn up and sighed cooperatively a paper rendering is Petitions Lincoln international troops, for the purpose on bringing the war to a tragedy storm he has decided to call upon them for three hundred thousand more men-troops amends that the troops shell be primarily of voluntary. He also required that they may be unrolled without delay, and noting them that an order firing by the War Department . ...
West Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
he is no wiser than the rest of us. The newspaper offices have been thronged from morning till night, and every telegraphic bulletin "from Craig" has been watched with an eagerness that bespeaks the anxiety of the public mind and the public heart. Down town, among the Bulls and the Bears, the news produced a general stampede. Everything is down. Gen. Scott on his way to Washington. [From the N. Y. Sun, June 30.] The Hudson River steamboat Armenia conveyed to the city from West Point, on Saturday, General Scott, accompanied by his servants, carriage, and baggage, under circumstances pointing to an early residence at Washington. We have before intimated that President Lincoln has found the services of the old General, as a military — adviser, not to be lightly dispensed with, and the patriotic inclinations of General Scott prompt him to accept almost any honorable position near the President, in which his long military experience may be of benefit to the country.
City Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
The very Latest.four days fighting. Fortress Monroe, July 1. --4 o'clock P. M.--A gunboat has just arrived at Fortress Monroe, from the scene of action yesterday, ten miles above City Point. That division of our army has been fighting four days, and have released about seventeen miles. The fight of yesterday was left terrific, the enemy having two or three to our one.--The battle commenced with our armies forces, aid, after about four hours fighting, our gunboat got in range, and poured into the rebels a heavy and incessant fire. This fire the rebels stood about two hours and then retreated. Our troops have captured, notwithstanding their disadvantages a large number of artillery pieced and 2,000 prisoners, among whom is the rebel General Magruder. The place where this last action took place is near Turkey Creek. The retreat of the enemy last evening was with great disorder, and their loss has been very heavy — much greater, it is thought, than ours. Still I
Hudson River (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 11
all day, at the Astor, by anxious inquirers, but he says he is no wiser than the rest of us. The newspaper offices have been thronged from morning till night, and every telegraphic bulletin "from Craig" has been watched with an eagerness that bespeaks the anxiety of the public mind and the public heart. Down town, among the Bulls and the Bears, the news produced a general stampede. Everything is down. Gen. Scott on his way to Washington. [From the N. Y. Sun, June 30.] The Hudson River steamboat Armenia conveyed to the city from West Point, on Saturday, General Scott, accompanied by his servants, carriage, and baggage, under circumstances pointing to an early residence at Washington. We have before intimated that President Lincoln has found the services of the old General, as a military — adviser, not to be lightly dispensed with, and the patriotic inclinations of General Scott prompt him to accept almost any honorable position near the President, in which his long mil
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
The very Latest.four days fighting. Fortress Monroe, July 1. --4 o'clock P. M.--A gunboat has just arrived at Fortress Monroe, from the scene of action yesterday, ten miles above City Point. That division of our army has been fighting four days, and have released about seventeen miles. The fight of yesterday was left terrific, the enemy having two or three to our one.--The battle commenced with our armies forces, aid, after about four hours fighting, our gunboat got in range, andFortress Monroe, from the scene of action yesterday, ten miles above City Point. That division of our army has been fighting four days, and have released about seventeen miles. The fight of yesterday was left terrific, the enemy having two or three to our one.--The battle commenced with our armies forces, aid, after about four hours fighting, our gunboat got in range, and poured into the rebels a heavy and incessant fire. This fire the rebels stood about two hours and then retreated. Our troops have captured, notwithstanding their disadvantages a large number of artillery pieced and 2,000 prisoners, among whom is the rebel General Magruder. The place where this last action took place is near Turkey Creek. The retreat of the enemy last evening was with great disorder, and their loss has been very heavy — much greater, it is thought, than ours. Still
Turkey Creek (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
fic, the enemy having two or three to our one.--The battle commenced with our armies forces, aid, after about four hours fighting, our gunboat got in range, and poured into the rebels a heavy and incessant fire. This fire the rebels stood about two hours and then retreated. Our troops have captured, notwithstanding their disadvantages a large number of artillery pieced and 2,000 prisoners, among whom is the rebel General Magruder. The place where this last action took place is near Turkey Creek. The retreat of the enemy last evening was with great disorder, and their loss has been very heavy — much greater, it is thought, than ours. Still I have nothing definite in regard to loss. In the retreat forced upon General-McClellan by the superior numbers of the enemy, I learn that he had to spike his siege guns and leave them on the field, after burning the carriages. The nature of the soil rendered it impossible to move them. In the retreat many of our sick and wounded w
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
and that a heavy one also occurred on Monday last. Further, that Gen. McClellan is in position and successfully repulsing the attacks made upon him. His Army Bed between the point recently held as his left flank and Turkey Island or point, on James river, eight miles below Fort Darling. We gather further that Gen. McClellan feels success of holding his ground, from which he expects to move forward upon Richmond. Our losses, though great, do not equal those of the rebels, who are fighting in the four days fighting — have doubtless reached him, and others follow close on their heels. In another article the Star says: The Richmond papers of Saturday claim to have "driven" our army from its late position on the bank of James river; to have killed hecatombs of our troops, and taken immense numbers of prisoners. No copies of these papers have reached here, but accounts of their contents have. Our reliable information from the front, from Union sources, it will be re
York correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, under date of June 30, says: We do not know what to make of the thousand and one reports that come to us from the Grand Army in front of Richmond. The telegrams are all a muddle, and everybody is sorely perplexed. Mr. Seward has been run down all day, at the Astor, by anxious inquirers, but he says he is no wiser than the rest of us. The newspaper offices have been thronged from morning till night, and every telegraphic bulletin "from Craig" has been watched with an eagerness that bespeaks the anxiety of the public mind and the public heart. Down town, among the Bulls and the Bears, the news produced a general stampede. Everything is down. Gen. Scott on his way to Washington. [From the N. Y. Sun, June 30.] The Hudson River steamboat Armenia conveyed to the city from West Point, on Saturday, General Scott, accompanied by his servants, carriage, and baggage, under circumstances pointing to an early residence at W
A train on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad captured by the rebels. Memphis, June 26. --The first train on the Memphis and Charleston railroad for Corinth, with a number of teams and wagons, and one company of the 56th Ohio, besides several officers, were attacked by a large force of rebel cavalry yesterday, about twelve miles from this city. The rebels destroyed the locomotive and burned the cars, killed ten of our men, and captured several officers, including Col. Kinsey, Majors Pride and Sharpe, railroad superintendent; Capt. McMichael, of Gen. Grant's staff, who was taken prisoner at Shiloh, and had just been exchanged. Miscellaneous. Chas. C. Fulton, editor of the Baltimore American and agent of the Associated Press, who was sent to Fort McHenry, for founding intelligence of the Federal defeat before Richmond, has been replaced. The Governors of various States from Mains to Wisconsin, boxing drawn up and sighed cooperatively a paper rendering is Petiti
els. Memphis, June 26. --The first train on the Memphis and Charleston railroad for Corinth, with a number of teams and wagons, and one company of the 56th Ohio, besides several officers, were attacked by a large force of rebel cavalry yesterday, about twelve miles from this city. The rebels destroyed the locomotive and burned the cars, killed ten of our men, and captured several officers, including Col. Kinsey, Majors Pride and Sharpe, railroad superintendent; Capt. McMichael, of Gen. Grant's staff, who was taken prisoner at Shiloh, and had just been exchanged. Miscellaneous. Chas. C. Fulton, editor of the Baltimore American and agent of the Associated Press, who was sent to Fort McHenry, for founding intelligence of the Federal defeat before Richmond, has been replaced. The Governors of various States from Mains to Wisconsin, boxing drawn up and sighed cooperatively a paper rendering is Petitions Lincoln international troops, for the purpose on bringing the war
1 2 3