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New York State (New York, United States) (search for this): article 4
er, and the incredible persecutions which Government exercises toward them prompts them to emigration. A great many of the officers have requested me to lead them with their soldiers to America, in order to fight for the Union. After minute and detailed inquiries, I am now convinced that I can collect from four to six thousand men commanded by two hundred good officers, and all of them veterans, who have experienced service in the campaigns of 184849 and 1859.60. Can and will the State of New York engage them? Will you inquire about this of his Excellency, Gov. E. D. Morgan? * * * They could all arrive ready equipped in New York. Please accept this, my proposition, as a testimony of the love I bear the great Union Republic of America, and I shall consider myself fortunate if my proffered services are accepted from this standpoint. In the hope to be soon favored with an answer, I have the honor to subscribe, with the most profound respect, A — R--, Colonel. Mis
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 4
ippi--chest. First Lieut W B Stinson, Co--, 18th Mississippi--hip. Capt J Howard, Co B, 2d North Carolina--shoulder and thigh. Second Lieut R L Warrington, Co F, 2d North Carolina--head and foot. Lieut W Quince, Co--, 3d North Carolina--brought in on litter dead. Second Lieut W A Threadgill, Co C, 14th North Carolina. Lieut H H West, Co H, 20th North Carolina--shoulder. First Lieut J Y Whitted, Co G, 27th North Carolina. Lieut James H McBride, Co--,--Louisiana--head, shell, died. Second Lieut M V B Swan, Co B, 2d Louisianan — shoulder and breast. Col J M Williams, 2d Louisiana--lung. Lieut R H Slaughter, Co F, 8th Louisiana. Second Lieut Wm E Cooke, Co A, 8th Louisiana, thigh and leg — tetanus. Capt N St Martin, Co K, 8th Louisiana--both thighs. Lieut Arnge Bozier, Co--,9th Louisiana. Captain C B Marmillion, Co G, 10th Louisiana--thigh. First Lieut Chas Knowlton, Co B, 10th Louisiana. Lieut S Herrera,
Springfield, Clark County, Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 4
his body in reference to the afflicting condition of our Church and of our country. New York October 9th, 1862. Wm Cooper Mead, S. C. Thrall. Ed. Y. Higbee, Robert C. Winthrop, W. D. Wilson, Washington Hunt, Silas Totten, John N. Conyngham, Charles B. Goddard. Vallandigham on the Stump. This gentleman is busily engaged in canvassing his old district, preparatory to the election shortly to be held. The Middletown (Ohio) Journal says that in a speech at Post Town he declared the President was a disunionist — said the "sun, moon, and stars would turn to gore before the North can conquer the South," and spoke of the army of the Union as carrying the "black flag." The Journal says: He exhibited a five dollar gold piece, and said that when Democrats were in power that was the currency; but now this is the kind, (holding in view an old Continental bill,) and five hundred of them will not buy a loaf of bread, and in one year the man who has a pocke
Baltimore (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
Maryland. The Baltimore American says: Upon some counties of the State, where the disloyal sentiment prevails, the draft will fall heavily. Calvert county has not sent a single volunteer to the field, Charles but one, Montgomery only seven, Prince George's two, and St. Mary's four. These counties have therefore nearly their whole quota to raise, whilst their able-bodied population has been reduced by their young men going South. Some other counties are also largely deficient. Baltimore county has but one-third of her quota in the field. Caroline has, next to Cecil and Kent, done best among the Eastern Shore counties, and has but 56 men to furnish. The aggregate quota of the State is 19,843, number of volunteers 13,343--leaving a deficiency of 6,000 to be filled by draft. The draft, we learn, will be enforced with vigor and promptness wherever the enrollment lists are completed on Wednesday next. Where the lists are not completed it will take place as soon thereafter a
Middletown (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 4
ops, in evidence of the views and feelings of this body in reference to the afflicting condition of our Church and of our country. New York October 9th, 1862. Wm Cooper Mead, S. C. Thrall. Ed. Y. Higbee, Robert C. Winthrop, W. D. Wilson, Washington Hunt, Silas Totten, John N. Conyngham, Charles B. Goddard. Vallandigham on the Stump. This gentleman is busily engaged in canvassing his old district, preparatory to the election shortly to be held. The Middletown (Ohio) Journal says that in a speech at Post Town he declared the President was a disunionist — said the "sun, moon, and stars would turn to gore before the North can conquer the South," and spoke of the army of the Union as carrying the "black flag." The Journal says: He exhibited a five dollar gold piece, and said that when Democrats were in power that was the currency; but now this is the kind, (holding in view an old Continental bill,) and five hundred of them will not buy a loaf of
Baltimore City (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 4
ll be provided to protect all officers whilst in the discharge of their duties. The Sun, of the 11th inst., says the draft calls for 19,344 men. Of these 13,344 volunteers have already been furnished, leaving 6,00 to be raised by draft. Baltimore city is to furnish only 46 men by draft, having been credited with 5897 volunteers. It says: The following table, 1st column, shows the aggregate number of volunteers and drafted men apportioned among the counties, &c The 2d column, the soldiers already furnished by each as volunteers. The 3d column, the net residue to be drafted after apportioning excesses: Counties.Whole No.No, of Vol.No. to be D' d. Allegheny8721,463In excess. Ann Arundel59570491 Baltimore city6,9955,89746 Bait county1,600584978 Calvert2460232 Carolina30123156 Carroll742499210 Cecil698817In excess. Charles3821349 Dorchester620246252 Frederick1,3541,019259 Hanford664423204 Howard363115227 Kent341448In excess. Montgomery4857452 Prince G
Cumberland Gap (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 4
icers, and all of them veterans, who have experienced service in the campaigns of 184849 and 1859.60. Can and will the State of New York engage them? Will you inquire about this of his Excellency, Gov. E. D. Morgan? * * * They could all arrive ready equipped in New York. Please accept this, my proposition, as a testimony of the love I bear the great Union Republic of America, and I shall consider myself fortunate if my proffered services are accepted from this standpoint. In the hope to be soon favored with an answer, I have the honor to subscribe, with the most profound respect, A — R--, Colonel. Miscellaneous. Gen. George W. Morgan (Federal) has been temporarily suspended from his command for evacuating Cumberland Gap. The remains of Mrs. Gen. Scott were delivered at New York, on Tuesday, from on board of the ship St. Charles, from Leghorn, to Mr. Williams, the sexton of St. Thomas Church, who was appointed by Gen. Scott to superintend the removal.
Dorchester, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 4
column, shows the aggregate number of volunteers and drafted men apportioned among the counties, &c The 2d column, the soldiers already furnished by each as volunteers. The 3d column, the net residue to be drafted after apportioning excesses: Counties.Whole No.No, of Vol.No. to be D' d. Allegheny8721,463In excess. Ann Arundel59570491 Baltimore city6,9955,89746 Bait county1,600584978 Calvert2460232 Carolina30123156 Carroll742499210 Cecil698817In excess. Charles3821349 Dorchester620246252 Frederick1,3541,019259 Hanford664423204 Howard363115227 Kent341448In excess. Montgomery4857452 Prince George5582525 Queen Anne40575303 St. Mary's3704346 Somerset660157466 Talbot37997261 Washington9431,048In excess. Worcester556195330 The draft is to be made on Wednesday, the 15th. The Corcoran Legion. A letter from New York, dated the 10th inst., says: Recruiting for the Corcoran Legion is progressing finely. The Buffalo regiment, which is to be a
Leghorn (Italy) (search for this): article 4
cers, and all of them veterans, who have experienced service in the campaigns of 184849 and 1859.60. Can and will the State of New York engage them? Will you inquire about this of his Excellency, Gov. E. D. Morgan? * * * They could all arrive ready equipped in New York. Please accept this, my proposition, as a testimony of the love I bear the great Union Republic of America, and I shall consider myself fortunate if my proffered services are accepted from this standpoint. In the hope to be soon favored with an answer, I have the honor to subscribe, with the most profound respect, A — R--, Colonel. Miscellaneous. Gen. George W. Morgan (Federal) has been temporarily suspended from his command for evacuating Cumberland Gap. The remains of Mrs. Gen. Scott were delivered at New York, on Tuesday, from on board of the ship St. Charles, from Leghorn, to Mr. Williams, the sexton of St. Thomas Church, who was appointed by Gen. Scott to superintend the removal.
Richmond City (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 4
as present, was called upon to speak. He responded as follows: "I am am unable to say anything. My friend, who has just spoken, expresses my sentiments.--My heart is in the cause, and I have faith that the virtue and integrity of the American people will crush out the rebellion." A description of the river defences of Richmond. "An intelligent Englishman," who arrived in Washington from Richmond last week, furnishes the papers there with the following description of the Richmond river defences: Three companies of infantry and one company of marines are encamped behind Fort Darling--There are only thirteen guns mounted in the fort, but there is room for more, and there is a marine battery consisting of three 32 pounder rifled guns. There are also four 10-inch Columbiads. The rest are ordinary smooth bore 32-pounders. Outside the fort there are three masked batteries of 10 inch Columbiads, one gun in each battery, commanding the approaches of the river, and one
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