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New Bern (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
They would have left this morning, but were detained in loading their horses, consequently they will arrive in New York on Thursday morning. The flag of truce has just arrived from Alken's landing, (steamboat Mary Benton.) She took up Capt. McCorrick, the noted privateer, who captured the propellor Fanny, at Hatteras Inlet, nearly a year ago. He has been privateering most of the time during the war, and I am informed he has been twice captured and paroled. He was last captured at Newbern, N. C. The Mary Benton brought down the family of Ex-President John Tyler, consisting of Mrs. Tyler and six small children. They are on their way North from City Point. A lady from Richmond, yesterday, also came down, and says that there is much sickness at Richmond, that the city is quite deserted, and she heard nothing said of the late battles, and the rebels are very confident of doing great execution with their iron-clad gunboats, when completed. There were no papers brought dow
Poolesville (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 6
ficers have suffered, is not known. It is, however, believed to be equal if not greater than our own. Up to five o'clock, when your correspondent left the front, there had been no fighting; but in the distance towards Leesburg, about two o'clock, several discharges of cannon were distinctly heard. There is no doubt but that the rebels are massing their troops near Vienna, and will attempt a crossing at or near Edwards's Ferry. A farmer, who came into Washington to-day from Poolesville, Md, says that rebel scouts were there yesterday. Gen. Mitchell left to day for Hilton Head. Is it not remarkable that the first intelligence we had of Hunter's removal came from Jeff. Davis, showing that Jeff. has his men, who inform him promptly of every order issued. Would it not pay to ferret out these traitors. A party with a flag of truce went from Centreville, on Monday morning, for the battle-ground, but found no rebels and the field deserted by our enemies, who had l
Des Moines River (United States) (search for this): article 6
rd is determined to enforce the law at all hazards. The region where this resistance to the law has occurred is where the miners recently had a difficulty with the coal operators. The rioters will find that if they encounter Marshal Millward there will be no child's play in the matter.--Philadelphia Bulletin. Schuyler Colfax has just finished stamping the St. Joseph district, Indiana, for volunteers, and has procured thirty five hundred for the war. Hugh J, Hastings, of the Albany Knickerbocker, has been appointed conant to Ravenna, in Italy. Four hundred and sixty three bales of cotton arrived at Cincinnati one day last week by the river. Governor Kirkwood has issued a proclamation for an extra session of the lows Legislature, at Des Moines, on the 3d of September. The Louisville Journal learns that the draft in that State has been postponed to the 21st of September. One of the Pittsburg companies at Camp Curtin contains no less than thirty butchers.
Richmond (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 6
ee, baffled all their hopes of recognition by the European Powers. It is remarkable that before the attack on McClellan's army on the Chickahominy Jeff. Davis sent a message to Slidell and Mason as to what his army was about to do, and directed them to demand the recognition of the independence of the South. But the plan and its execution differed in some slight degree. The plan was to capture the army of McClellan. That failed, and great was the disappointment of the rebels at Richmond, London, and Paris. They now make a bolder stroke. They attempt the capture of Washington, while at the same time they are making the most strenuous efforts to regain possession of the whole of Virginia and Tennessee. and Louisiana, and to extend their over Kentucky, Missouri, and . Upon the ground of these successes they will again demand recognition, and they have already sent over to Europe dispatches by the hands of George Sanders and another emissary, to claim it in advance, by way of
Vienna (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
0, although Gen. Pope announced it at 8,000. What the loss of the enemy has been, or whether any of their prominent officers have suffered, is not known. It is, however, believed to be equal if not greater than our own. Up to five o'clock, when your correspondent left the front, there had been no fighting; but in the distance towards Leesburg, about two o'clock, several discharges of cannon were distinctly heard. There is no doubt but that the rebels are massing their troops near Vienna, and will attempt a crossing at or near Edwards's Ferry. A farmer, who came into Washington to-day from Poolesville, Md, says that rebel scouts were there yesterday. Gen. Mitchell left to day for Hilton Head. Is it not remarkable that the first intelligence we had of Hunter's removal came from Jeff. Davis, showing that Jeff. has his men, who inform him promptly of every order issued. Would it not pay to ferret out these traitors. A party with a flag of truce went from Centr
Ravenna (Italy) (search for this): article 6
d is determined to enforce the law at all hazards. The region where this resistance to the law has occurred is where the miners recently had a difficulty with the coal operators. The rioters will find that if they encounter Marshal Millward there will be no child's play in the matter.--Philadelphia Bulletin. Schuyler Colfax has just finished stamping the St. Joseph district, Indiana, for volunteers, and has procured thirty five hundred for the war. Hugh J, Hastings, of the Albany Knickerbocker, has been appointed conant to Ravenna, in Italy. Four hundred and sixty three bales of cotton arrived at Cincinnati one day last week by the river. Governor Kirkwood has issued a proclamation for an extra session of the lows Legislature, at Des Moines, on the 3d of September. The Louisville Journal learns that the draft in that State has been postponed to the 21st of September. One of the Pittsburg companies at Camp Curtin contains no less than thirty butchers.
Fort Donelson (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 6
he ultimate capture of Louisville and Cincinnati; but there must be a large force of Union troops concentrated at these cities by this time, and we have great confidence in the abilities of Generals Wright and Wallace. The advance against Fort Donelson, and the movements to clear Tennessee of Union troops, appear to be part of the same plan, and that plan is to make a tremendous effort to drive the Union armies out of every slave State which they now occupy, and to call upon foreign Gtates of the East and the West. It thus appears that the design of the rebels is to recover the whole of their defensive line, the loss of which in the beginning of the year, by the evacuation of Bowling Green and the capture of Forts Henry and Donelson, and other operations on the Cumberland and Tennessee, baffled all their hopes of recognition by the European Powers. It is remarkable that before the attack on McClellan's army on the Chickahominy Jeff. Davis sent a message to Slidell and
West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
slave State which they now occupy, and to call upon foreign Governments immediately after for the recognition of their independence. This is the secret of the simultaneous operations in Tennessee and Kentucky, and in Eastern and even in Western Virginia; for by the telegraph today we learn that the rebels, after capturing Buchanan, in Western Virginia, are menacing Clarksburg, which is in close proximity to Wheeling and Parkersburg, on the Ohio river, and on one of the branches of the BaltiWestern Virginia, are menacing Clarksburg, which is in close proximity to Wheeling and Parkersburg, on the Ohio river, and on one of the branches of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which, in the event of the success of the rebels, could be seized, and an important channel of communication cut between the loyal States of the East and the West. It thus appears that the design of the rebels is to recover the whole of their defensive line, the loss of which in the beginning of the year, by the evacuation of Bowling Green and the capture of Forts Henry and Donelson, and other operations on the Cumberland and Tennessee, baffled all their hopes of recogni
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 6
truth in the statement. The intelligence from Washington that our army has fallen back upon the fortifications and entrenchments of that city has given rise to the expression of many opinions with regard to the propriety of sending away from Pennsylvania her thousands of soldiers, as it is thought they may all be required at home. Over 30,000 have already gone, and many others are preparing. The surgeons and nurses sent by Pennsylvania to Washington have nearly all returned owing to the Pennsylvania to Washington have nearly all returned owing to the fact that they could not be assigned to duty, as our wounded were not within our lines. Many of these gentlemen left their homes at a sacrifice, and are entitled to great credit for the prompt manner in which they responded to the call of the Governor. From Fortress Monroe.--the family of Ex-President join Tyler Coming North. Fortress Monroe, Sept. 2. --The steamship Vanderbilt left here for New York at 2 o'clock this afternoon. She has on board the 8th New York regiment. They wou
Indianapolis (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 6
the fortifications on Thursday. The Forty-fifth and Ninety-ninth Ohio are falling back to Covington. Our pickets are ten miles out. All the steamboats are ordered to remain on the Ohio side of the river. General Gilbert's command, which fell back from Lexington, reached Frankfort to-night, relieving the anxiety for their safety. No telegraphic communication south of Falmouth. The following private dispatch was received yesterday by a gentleman of Washington city: Indianapolis, Sept. 3.--Nothing is known of the losses in the 69th Indiana. Our forces have fallen back to Covington, Kentucky. The most terrible anxiety is felt for the safety of Kentucky. Nothing but the most vigorous efforts will save her. Illinois has sent only one regiment to the field, and Ohio only eight, to twenty sent by Indiana. The Northern papers on the movements at the West. The Federal victories in the West, and consequent panic among the Federals, is the subject of a long edi
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