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Sag Harbor (New York, United States) (search for this): article 8
Fear river, N. C., in which the gunboats were repulsed by a shore battery, the ship Maratanzas lost four killed and two wounded. Lieut. Col. John Quincy Adams, aid to Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, has arrived at newborn, N. C., for the purpose of inspecting the Massachusetts regiments in that department. Ten Broock's American horse, "Optimist," won the Queen's plate at Newmarket, England, on the 3d inst. Gen. C. T. James, inventor of the James's projectile, was killed at Sag Harbor, N. Y., on the 16th inst., by the explosion of one of his own shells. State Senator Baker, of California, has been arrested in San Francisco for treasonable language. He was released upon retreating. The pork packers of Chicago hold a meeting the other day, and resolved that no negroes should be employed in pork packing in that city. Capt. Wm. L Hudson, U. S. Navy, died at Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 15th inst. Solomon Foot has been re-elected U. S. Senator from Vermont.
Harrodsburg (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 8
, of Col. Lytle's staff, were engaged in the task together, when they were approached by General Polk and escort and compelled to surrender. They were taken to Harrodsburg, and remained the guests of Gen. Polk until paroled. They represent Polk as a jocular fellow, who is continually punning. This is the only characteristic ment There is no subsistence for them in the direction they are now taking. It is only a desperate plunge into uncertainty. On Sunday our forces entered both Harrodsburg and Danville, the enemy, as usual, flying before them. At Harrodsburg we found nearly two thousand rebel wounded — the result of Wednesday's battle — who had bHarrodsburg we found nearly two thousand rebel wounded — the result of Wednesday's battle — who had been left in the hasty retreat of the enemy. We also got a number of prisoners at Danville, and captured about two thousand from the rear of the enemy's line as they frantically tumbled across the Dick river into Camp Dick Robinson. Altogether Gen Buell has taken about five thousand prisoners in and subsequent to the Perryville b
Rock Island, Ill. (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 8
on it is not proper to state Major-General Cox has already arrived there and assumed command. Brigadier General Milroy is in command of a division, consisting of a large force of seasoned and veteran troops. General G. W. Morgan is also there with no inconsiderable force. New York Markets — Gold down to 132. The New York Herald, of Saturday, says: Stocks were rather better yesterday, and the speculative tendency seemed to be on the increase. The Eries, Michigan Central, Rock Island, and New York Central were the prominent favorites. Old Erie sold over 60. Gold was lower. It finctuated between 132 and 133 all the morning, sold down to 130½ in the afternoon; then rallied up to 132 again Exchange fell to 145 @146. Money was fairly active at 5 per cent. The war risk of insurance demanded by under writers yesterday, combined with some case in sterling exchange — or rather a little more strength line the currency — tended to check purchasers of produce for export
Harper's Ferry (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
s been in danger of entire destruction, and that was the army of Gen. Pope. The advance by M'Clellan's forces--two Reconnaissances — their result. From papers of the 17th we yesterday gave an account of McClellan's advance by way of Harper's Ferry, and his occupation of Charlestown.--The New York papers, of the 18th, state that at the same time of that advance Gen. Woodbury's division crossed the Potomac at Shepherdstown ford taking the road leading to Smithfield, a small village half ch the enemy had planted on the brow of a hill within easy range, but which did not for some reason fire upon us. By his order some two thousand bushels of wheat in store were purchased of a citizen of Charlestown and promptly transported to Harper's Ferry, under the superintendence of Col. Blanchard, the efficient Quartermaster of the second army corps. The Facts Concerning the dismissal of Maj. Key from the U. S. Amy — letter from "A. Lincoln." The Washington Star gives the following
California (California, United States) (search for this): article 8
e Fear river, N. C., in which the gunboats were repulsed by a shore battery, the ship Maratanzas lost four killed and two wounded. Lieut. Col. John Quincy Adams, aid to Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, has arrived at newborn, N. C., for the purpose of inspecting the Massachusetts regiments in that department. Ten Broock's American horse, "Optimist," won the Queen's plate at Newmarket, England, on the 3d inst. Gen. C. T. James, inventor of the James's projectile, was killed at Sag Harbor, N. Y., on the 16th inst., by the explosion of one of his own shells. State Senator Baker, of California, has been arrested in San Francisco for treasonable language. He was released upon retreating. The pork packers of Chicago hold a meeting the other day, and resolved that no negroes should be employed in pork packing in that city. Capt. Wm. L Hudson, U. S. Navy, died at Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 15th inst. Solomon Foot has been re-elected U. S. Senator from Vermont.
Dick's River (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 8
in the direction they are now taking. It is only a desperate plunge into uncertainty. On Sunday our forces entered both Harrodsburg and Danville, the enemy, as usual, flying before them. At Harrodsburg we found nearly two thousand rebel wounded — the result of Wednesday's battle — who had been left in the hasty retreat of the enemy. We also got a number of prisoners at Danville, and captured about two thousand from the rear of the enemy's line as they frantically tumbled across the Dick river into Camp Dick Robinson. Altogether Gen Buell has taken about five thousand prisoners in and subsequent to the Perryville battle. A telegram from Washington, dated the 17th, says: Later advices from the West show that there has been no bagging of the columns of the enemy, though there, as hereabouts, they have lost guns, &c. Wise General look sharp to their base and line of retreat, and it is only those who do not do this that are in danger of being bagged. The radicals think
Cape Fear (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
d to check purchasers of produce for export, and either to arrest any further advance or to depress prices. Miscellaneous. Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, who was at one time supposed to be a prisoner in the hands of the rebels, is now on his farm, in Fayette county, Ky., undisturbed in person or in property, So soon as Kirby Smith reached Lexington, he sent Dr. Breckinridge a letter of protection, and not so much as a grain of corn has been taken from him. In the recent fight off Cape Fear river, N. C., in which the gunboats were repulsed by a shore battery, the ship Maratanzas lost four killed and two wounded. Lieut. Col. John Quincy Adams, aid to Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, has arrived at newborn, N. C., for the purpose of inspecting the Massachusetts regiments in that department. Ten Broock's American horse, "Optimist," won the Queen's plate at Newmarket, England, on the 3d inst. Gen. C. T. James, inventor of the James's projectile, was killed at Sag Harbor
West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
r, and there is nothing left for them but submission so the authority of the U. S. Government, or to pay the penalty of their obstinacy and folly. From Western Virginia. A letter from Cincinnati, dated the 14th, says: From Western Virginia we have news that the rebels are preparing to evacuate the Kanawha valley, asWestern Virginia we have news that the rebels are preparing to evacuate the Kanawha valley, as they have supplied themselves with all the salt that they could readily transport away. They have succeeded in obtaining an immense supply of the much needed article, and as there is nothing to be gained by loitering in the valley longer, in any great force, they have very sensibly determined to get out of it, and leave only a few cavalry or guerrillas to attend to their affairs there. We have a very large force in Western Virginia, which is likely to effect something very soon, although in which direction it is not proper to state Major-General Cox has already arrived there and assumed command. Brigadier General Milroy is in command of a division, con
Fayette (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 8
hange fell to 145 @146. Money was fairly active at 5 per cent. The war risk of insurance demanded by under writers yesterday, combined with some case in sterling exchange — or rather a little more strength line the currency — tended to check purchasers of produce for export, and either to arrest any further advance or to depress prices. Miscellaneous. Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, who was at one time supposed to be a prisoner in the hands of the rebels, is now on his farm, in Fayette county, Ky., undisturbed in person or in property, So soon as Kirby Smith reached Lexington, he sent Dr. Breckinridge a letter of protection, and not so much as a grain of corn has been taken from him. In the recent fight off Cape Fear river, N. C., in which the gunboats were repulsed by a shore battery, the ship Maratanzas lost four killed and two wounded. Lieut. Col. John Quincy Adams, aid to Gov. Andrew, of Massachusetts, has arrived at newborn, N. C., for the purpose of inspecting t
Camp Dick Robinson (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 8
quarters. A letter, dated Louisville, the 14th, says the losses in Roussean's division alone at Perryville were 2,000. Among the officers nine were killed and fifty wounded. It says: I wrote yesterday detailing the situation of camp Dick Robinson, into which the affrighted rebels had tumbled in order to secure a brief respite from Buell a assaults, and dwelt on the chances of a battle at that place. But to-day the scene changes. The rebels are in full retreat from that doubtful fidnesday's battle — who had been left in the hasty retreat of the enemy. We also got a number of prisoners at Danville, and captured about two thousand from the rear of the enemy's line as they frantically tumbled across the Dick river into Camp Dick Robinson. Altogether Gen Buell has taken about five thousand prisoners in and subsequent to the Perryville battle. A telegram from Washington, dated the 17th, says: Later advices from the West show that there has been no bagging of the
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