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Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 15
l Ingail's headquarters soon silenced their guns after they opened. A few of our vessels were struck, but no serious damage was sustained by any of them. With this exception, nothing has occurred worth mentioning. Washington, Aug. 1.--The increase of rebel troops on the western bank of the James river, is fully confirmed, as also advices of the movement of the rebel army and the new Merrimac at the same time. Beauregard is reported to have been disgraced, and is remaining in Alabama. The Harrison's Landing correspondent of this evening's Star says it has reliable information that the Southern States have been drafting for rebel soldiers. Fifteen thousand men have been taken from North Carolina and Savannah to reinforce Jackson. The only men drawn from Beauregard's army for the defence of Richmond were the 47th and 48th Alabama regiments. Philadelphia, Aug. 1.--A letter from Fortress Monroe, dated July 30, to the Inquirer, says: Com. Porter's fleet, in
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 15
oning. Washington, Aug. 1.--The increase of rebel troops on the western bank of the James river, is fully confirmed, as also advices of the movement of the rebel army and the new Merrimac at the same time. Beauregard is reported to have been disgraced, and is remaining in Alabama. The Harrison's Landing correspondent of this evening's Star says it has reliable information that the Southern States have been drafting for rebel soldiers. Fifteen thousand men have been taken from North Carolina and Savannah to reinforce Jackson. The only men drawn from Beauregard's army for the defence of Richmond were the 47th and 48th Alabama regiments. Philadelphia, Aug. 1.--A letter from Fortress Monroe, dated July 30, to the Inquirer, says: Com. Porter's fleet, in part consisting of the following vessels, arrived and came to anchor in the Roads early this morning: Matthew Vassar, George Manchan, T. A. Ware, Adolph Hugel, Daniel Smith, Wm. Bacon, and the Racer. Twelve
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 15
he safety at once of Washington and Gen. McClellan's army. There is a larger force operating against the enemy in Virginia than the people are generally aware of. There is no doubt expressed as to the coming conflicts, which cannot be long delayed. Important news expected. We are in expectation here of the receipt of important news from several quarters. It is supposed that Vicksburg will be taken, that a fight has taken place, or will soon take place, in Eastern Tennessee or Northern Georgia, and that Gen. Pope's army will soon engage the enemy. Now, that the mortar boats have arrived, stirring work is also looked for from the James river. Great War meeting. Cincinnati, August 1. --A war meeting was held here last night, which was an immense affair.--Business was generally suspended after four o'clock in the afternoon. There was speaking from three stands. The speakers were Governor Morton, Gen. Wallace, Lieutenant Governor Fiske, and many others. Several b
Providence, R. I. (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): article 15
The Governor of New York has officially declared in favor of this unquestionably wise policy. From every correspondent in the field we have the same voice. How to make the new recruits effective in the shortest possible time is the important problem of the day, and in what is above quoted we have the solution. Why, then, do not our National and State authorities meet, and come to some conclusion upon so vital a question? Can't get at the negroes — more troops wanted. The Providence (R. I.) Post is getting weary of waiting for something to turn up. It thinks the "vigorous policy" of Lincoln has been applied more to freeing negroes than to carrying on the war.--About this policy it says: Every day the Republican editors talk to us on the subject. The President, they say, has at last come to realize the importance of doing something. He will not do things by halves any longer. The war will be prosecuted with earnestness. The blows will fall thick and fast, and the
Southwest (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 15
Jackson. The only men drawn from Beauregard's army for the defence of Richmond were the 47th and 48th Alabama regiments. Philadelphia, Aug. 1.--A letter from Fortress Monroe, dated July 30, to the Inquirer, says: Com. Porter's fleet, in part consisting of the following vessels, arrived and came to anchor in the Roads early this morning: Matthew Vassar, George Manchan, T. A. Ware, Adolph Hugel, Daniel Smith, Wm. Bacon, and the Racer. Twelve of the fleet in all left the Southwest Pass on the 17th of July; of these seven have reached Fortress Monroe, and the five others are hourly expected. The officers and crews of all the vessels think they are to reduce Fort Darling, and intimate a perfect willingness to undertake the job. Flery times may be looked for in that direction shortly. Fortress Monroe, July 31st.--The steamer Georgia arrived at Fortress Monroe at 7 o'clock this morning. She is from Washington, D. C., and has on board over 200 rebel priso
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 15
ollowing is the first account we have had from the Yankee side of the night attack on McClellan's fleet and camp: Fire from the rebels on the South side of James river — the rebel guns silenced. Headq's of the Army of the Potomac, Friday, Aug. 1, 1862. About twelve o'clock last night the rebels opened fire from the opp any of them. With this exception, nothing has occurred worth mentioning. Washington, Aug. 1.--The increase of rebel troops on the western bank of the James river, is fully confirmed, as also advices of the movement of the rebel army and the new Merrimac at the same time. Beauregard is reported to have been disgraced, ane or Northern Georgia, and that Gen. Pope's army will soon engage the enemy. Now, that the mortar boats have arrived, stirring work is also looked for from the James river. Great War meeting. Cincinnati, August 1. --A war meeting was held here last night, which was an immense affair.--Business was generally suspended
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 15
army for the defence of Richmond were the 47th and 48th Alabama regiments. Philadelphia, Aug. 1.--A letter from Fortress Monroe, dated July 30, to the Inquirer, says: Com. Porter's fleet, in part consisting of the following vessels, arriv the Racer. Twelve of the fleet in all left the Southwest Pass on the 17th of July; of these seven have reached Fortress Monroe, and the five others are hourly expected. The officers and crews of all the vessels think they are to reduce Foimate a perfect willingness to undertake the job. Flery times may be looked for in that direction shortly. Fortress Monroe, July 31st.--The steamer Georgia arrived at Fortress Monroe at 7 o'clock this morning. She is from Washington, D. CFortress Monroe at 7 o'clock this morning. She is from Washington, D. C., and has on board over 200 rebel prisoners. Captain Higgins, of 86th New York regiment, is in charge of them. They are now at anchor just above the fort, having received orders to remain here till tomorrow. The mail steamers between this pl
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 15
timed as to insure the safety at once of Washington and Gen. McClellan's army. There is a larger force operating against the enemy in Virginia than the people are generally aware of. There is no doubt expressed as to the coming conflicts, which cannot be long delayed. Important news expected. We are in expectation here of the receipt of important news from several quarters. It is supposed that Vicksburg will be taken, that a fight has taken place, or will soon take place, in Eastern Tennessee or Northern Georgia, and that Gen. Pope's army will soon engage the enemy. Now, that the mortar boats have arrived, stirring work is also looked for from the James river. Great War meeting. Cincinnati, August 1. --A war meeting was held here last night, which was an immense affair.--Business was generally suspended after four o'clock in the afternoon. There was speaking from three stands. The speakers were Governor Morton, Gen. Wallace, Lieutenant Governor Fiske, and ma
Westover (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 15
Later from the North. no truth in Seward's resignation — the attack at Westover — War meeting, &c. The New York World, of the 2d inst., contains but little of importance, and does not contain any confirmation of the news about Seward's resignation, &c., published yesterday. The only thing like the telegram of yesterday is the fact that Rev. Dr. Brooks, of St. Louis, and Rev. Dr. Hoyt, of Louisville, have been arrested in Ohio for treason. It was reported that important papeck last night the rebels opened fire from the opposite side of the river with two batteries of light artillery. Their fire was principally directed at the mail boats landing at the headquarters of Col. Ingails and the shipping and encampment at Westover. The rebel pieces were handled well and fired with great rapidity. Four men were killed and some five or six wounded. Several horses, also, were killed. The rebels had it all their own way for some time, as our troops did not anticipa
he 17th of July; of these seven have reached Fortress Monroe, and the five others are hourly expected. The officers and crews of all the vessels think they are to reduce Fort Darling, and intimate a perfect willingness to undertake the job. Flery times may be looked for in that direction shortly. Fortress Monroe, July 31st.--The steamer Georgia arrived at Fortress Monroe at 7 o'clock this morning. She is from Washington, D. C., and has on board over 200 rebel prisoners. Captain Higgins, of 86th New York regiment, is in charge of them. They are now at anchor just above the fort, having received orders to remain here till tomorrow. The mail steamers between this place and Harrison's Landing go up the river every trip loaded with soldiers from different regiments returning to duty. Some of them have been away sick; others are new recruits. Captain Porter's mortar fleet arrived here last evening. The rebels last evening attempted to capture a schooner whi
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