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Navy Cove (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
being made there for bombarding our seacoast cities. It says: The harbor and defences of Mobile have lately become subjects of close study in army and navy circles here, as that will probably be the first point attached. Fort Morgan, it will be recollected is built upon the site of old Fort Bowyer, famous for the repulse of an attack by the British, September 14, 1814. It is on Mobile Point, the apex of the long, narrow sandbank which divides the Gulf of Mexico from Bon Secours and Navy Cove. It is a work of considerable strength, having cost the Government about a million and a quarter for its construction. It mounts some ninety guns — some rifled, some the new "banded" pieces that the rebels have introduced, and the balance navy 3 pounder carronade from Norfolk, and heavy seacoast guns. The channel runs close in the fort, and is commanded not only by the guns of Morgan, but also by those of Gaines, the smaller fort, on Dauphins Island. No considerable reb
Huntsville (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
Hdqrs, 1st Div., Dist. Ohio,Decherd, Tenn., Aug. 1, 1862. Respectfully forwarded. The above officer has been placed under arrest and ordered to report to Maj. Gen. Buell, commanding army of the Ohio. Geo. H. Thomas, Maj. Gen. U. S. A., comm'g 1st Div. Hdq'rs 1st Brigade. Aug. 6th, 1862. Col. W. A. Huskins: Sir: You and all the officers of your regiment that have filed resignations of your commissions are hereby arrested and ordered to report to Gen. Buell, at Huntsville, Ala. Respectfully yours, A. Schœpf, Brigadier Gen. l Com, 1st Brigade. Lieut. Col. M. Howard, Adj't Joseph Haltew, Lieut. T. J. Mercer, Lieut. J. C. Winfrey. The Percentage Tax in the U. S. Army. The following regulations for the guidance of paymasters of the United States have been established in conformity to the 86th section of the excise law, namely: First--Paymasters and disbursing officers will deduct and withhold the sum of three per cent from all salaries and pa
Susquehanna, Pa. (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 1
g channels, and constructing defensive works along the water approaches to all three cities. Reconnaissances were made recently by the Susquehanna and the gunboat Winona, which clearly proved the falsity of the late rumors that it had been evacuated. Both vessels were fired upon, but without receiving damage. Our harbor is filling fast with men of war of all grades, and the Admiral's fleet is already very formidable. We have now in port the Hartford, (flagship,) Brooklyn, Potomac, Susquehanna, Vincennes, Preble; the gunboats Cayuga, Kennebec, Kanawha, Westfield; the bark Gemsbok, and a lot of mortar schooners, transports, and other vessels. The Brooklyn is being repaired, and will soon be ready for action. New York Politics--one Union, one Destiny, and no Slavery. The Republicans of New York have commenced their mass meetings in favor of Wadsworth, their nominee for Governor. One was held in that city Wednesday night. The first speaker was Henry J. Raymond, the "li
Decherd (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
as early a date as possible. Very respectfully, your obd't servant. W. A. Hoskins, Col. Comd'g 12th Reg't Ky. Vols. I certify that I am not indebted to the Government anything — that I have no Government property in my possession with the exception of a Walltent, and was last paid to the 30th of April inclusive. W. a. Hoskins. Col. Com. 12th Reg. Ky. Vols., U. S. A. We find on the back of the resignation the following endorsement of Gen. Thomas: Hdqrs, 1st Div., Dist. Ohio,Decherd, Tenn., Aug. 1, 1862. Respectfully forwarded. The above officer has been placed under arrest and ordered to report to Maj. Gen. Buell, commanding army of the Ohio. Geo. H. Thomas, Maj. Gen. U. S. A., comm'g 1st Div. Hdq'rs 1st Brigade. Aug. 6th, 1862. Col. W. A. Huskins: Sir: You and all the officers of your regiment that have filed resignations of your commissions are hereby arrested and ordered to report to Gen. Buell, at Huntsville, Ala. Respectfully yours, A. Sch
Smoky Row (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 1
soldiers seized them and knocked them down. In ten minutes every negro had been badly beaten and ejected from the house, some of them being thrown entirely down the stairs, from the top to the bottom. As the last one disappeared, quietness was again restored. No alarm was visible in the lower part of the house, and when the band had finished their performances the curtain rose and the play proceeded without interruption. Leaving the theatre, several members of the 10th repaired to Smoky Row, where they soon came in contact with the Provost guard. After considerable disturbance with them, they committed several depredations on houses in the neighborhood, which were finally brought to a close by a volley from the guard, severely wounding one of the disturbers in the leg and enabling the guard to arrest others. On Sunday morning, the soldiers resumed their attacks upon the negroes — this time displaying their pugnacious propensities especially against those negroes dressed
Vincennes (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 1
and constructing defensive works along the water approaches to all three cities. Reconnaissances were made recently by the Susquehanna and the gunboat Winona, which clearly proved the falsity of the late rumors that it had been evacuated. Both vessels were fired upon, but without receiving damage. Our harbor is filling fast with men of war of all grades, and the Admiral's fleet is already very formidable. We have now in port the Hartford, (flagship,) Brooklyn, Potomac, Susquehanna, Vincennes, Preble; the gunboats Cayuga, Kennebec, Kanawha, Westfield; the bark Gemsbok, and a lot of mortar schooners, transports, and other vessels. The Brooklyn is being repaired, and will soon be ready for action. New York Politics--one Union, one Destiny, and no Slavery. The Republicans of New York have commenced their mass meetings in favor of Wadsworth, their nominee for Governor. One was held in that city Wednesday night. The first speaker was Henry J. Raymond, the "little villain
Gulf of Mexico (search for this): article 1
says great naval preparations are being made there for bombarding our seacoast cities. It says: The harbor and defences of Mobile have lately become subjects of close study in army and navy circles here, as that will probably be the first point attached. Fort Morgan, it will be recollected is built upon the site of old Fort Bowyer, famous for the repulse of an attack by the British, September 14, 1814. It is on Mobile Point, the apex of the long, narrow sandbank which divides the Gulf of Mexico from Bon Secours and Navy Cove. It is a work of considerable strength, having cost the Government about a million and a quarter for its construction. It mounts some ninety guns — some rifled, some the new "banded" pieces that the rebels have introduced, and the balance navy 3 pounder carronade from Norfolk, and heavy seacoast guns. The channel runs close in the fort, and is commanded not only by the guns of Morgan, but also by those of Gaines, the smaller fort, on Dauphins
Mobile Point (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
and other cities. A letter in the New York Tribune, from Pensacola, says great naval preparations are being made there for bombarding our seacoast cities. It says: The harbor and defences of Mobile have lately become subjects of close study in army and navy circles here, as that will probably be the first point attached. Fort Morgan, it will be recollected is built upon the site of old Fort Bowyer, famous for the repulse of an attack by the British, September 14, 1814. It is on Mobile Point, the apex of the long, narrow sandbank which divides the Gulf of Mexico from Bon Secours and Navy Cove. It is a work of considerable strength, having cost the Government about a million and a quarter for its construction. It mounts some ninety guns — some rifled, some the new "banded" pieces that the rebels have introduced, and the balance navy 3 pounder carronade from Norfolk, and heavy seacoast guns. The channel runs close in the fort, and is commanded not only by the guns
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
the South. The Constitution describes the crime of levying war against the United States as treason, and makes certain broad regulations respecting its punishment; of the commission I hold as Colonel of the 12th regiment Kentucky volunteers, U. S. A., to take effect within thirty days from this time. My reasons for resignio the 30th of April inclusive. W. a. Hoskins. Col. Com. 12th Reg. Ky. Vols., U. S. A. We find on the back of the resignation the following endorsement of Gen. Thomto Maj. Gen. Buell, commanding army of the Ohio. Geo. H. Thomas, Maj. Gen. U. S. A., comm'g 1st Div. Hdq'rs 1st Brigade. Aug. 6th, 1862. Col. W. A. HuskS. Army. The following regulations for the guidance of paymasters of the United States have been established in conformity to the 86th section of the excise law, rsons in the civil, military, naval, or other employments or service of the United States, including Senators and Representatives and Delegates in Congress upon the
Edgefield (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
ation their chiefest moral weapon. It is powerless in our hands for good in theirs, it will be potent for evil. Our only vation now is in the ballot box. To that it yet remains possible for the people to resort. There the battle lost to-day may be won to- morrow — there alone the insulted majesty of the Constitution may be vindicated by the people against its faithless custodians. Negro row at Nashville — the Federal soldiers Beating "a man and a Brother." The theatre at Nashville, Tennessee, two weeks since, was the scene of the "irrepressible conflict" between the Federal soldiers and the negroes. The building was crowded, and a number of the 10th Ohio regiment occupied the negro gallery. The Nashville Dispatch says: Before the first act was over, that part of the house also became crowded, and at the fall of the curtain some of the negroes left their seats and were passing through the crowd, when some soldiers seized them and knocked them down. In ten minutes
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