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Army news. From the army of Northern Virginia we have but little news. The enemy's cavalry, about 1,000 strong were yesterday in the neighborhood of Manassas, scouring the country around. No movement of import was on the capts in Gen. Lee's command on Monday last. The army of Western Virginia, now under the command of Brigadier-General Buhels, again holds possession of Charleston, Kanawha county. On the 10th our were far advanced in Lawis and the surrounding counties. The Yankees are in force at Bull Town.
Army news. From the army of Northern Virginia we have but little news. The enemy's cavalry, about 1,000 strong were yesterday in the neighborhood of Manassas, scouring the country around. No movement of import was on the capts in Gen. Lee's command on Monday last. The army of Western Virginia, now under the command of Brigadier-General Buhels, again holds possession of Charleston, Kanawha county. On the 10th our were far advanced in Lawis and the surrounding counties. The Yankees are in force at Bull Town.
Charleston, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Army news. From the army of Northern Virginia we have but little news. The enemy's cavalry, about 1,000 strong were yesterday in the neighborhood of Manassas, scouring the country around. No movement of import was on the capts in Gen. Lee's command on Monday last. The army of Western Virginia, now under the command of Brigadier-General Buhels, again holds possession of Charleston, Kanawha county. On the 10th our were far advanced in Lawis and the surrounding counties. The Yankees are in force at Bull Town.
Bull Town (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 1
Army news. From the army of Northern Virginia we have but little news. The enemy's cavalry, about 1,000 strong were yesterday in the neighborhood of Manassas, scouring the country around. No movement of import was on the capts in Gen. Lee's command on Monday last. The army of Western Virginia, now under the command of Brigadier-General Buhels, again holds possession of Charleston, Kanawha county. On the 10th our were far advanced in Lawis and the surrounding counties. The Yankees are in force at Bull Town.
Later from the North. Northern papers of the 23d were received in the city last night. They contain little of importance. John Van Burn has made another speech in opposition to the Lincoln emancipation proclamation. A raid of the enemy's cavalry into Loudoun is reported, in which 78 Confederates were captured.
Loudoun (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Later from the North. Northern papers of the 23d were received in the city last night. They contain little of importance. John Van Burn has made another speech in opposition to the Lincoln emancipation proclamation. A raid of the enemy's cavalry into Loudoun is reported, in which 78 Confederates were captured.
Michael Hanley (search for this): article 5
The business of selling liquor in Petersburg, Va. against the authority of Martial law, is not a very safe one. Wm. Harrold, for that offence, was sentenced to have one half his head shaved, wear a barrel shirt, and stand with it on several hours a day for three days, in front of the house in which he sold it, and to work for six months on the public fortifications with a ball and chain attached to his leg. The Express has also the following sentence by the same Court-Martial: Michael Hanley, a citizen of Richmond, convicted of the charge of attempting to smuggle liquor through this city to Richmond, is sentenced to wear a #x34;barrel shirt," with the words "liquor smuggler" marked in large letters on it, to be marched through town to the Southern depot, and there to stand exposed, in his novel garment, from 10 till 3 o'clock to day. He is then to be sent to hard labor on the fortifications at Fort Caswell, for the period of six months with ball and chain attached to his lef
William Harrold (search for this): article 5
Severe sentence of a liquor Seller. The business of selling liquor in Petersburg, Va. against the authority of Martial law, is not a very safe one. Wm. Harrold, for that offence, was sentenced to have one half his head shaved, wear a barrel shirt, and stand with it on several hours a day for three days, in front of the house in which he sold it, and to work for six months on the public fortifications with a ball and chain attached to his leg. The Express has also the following sentence by the same Court-Martial: Michael Hanley, a citizen of Richmond, convicted of the charge of attempting to smuggle liquor through this city to Richmond, is sentenced to wear a #x34;barrel shirt," with the words "liquor smuggler" marked in large letters on it, to be marched through town to the Southern depot, and there to stand exposed, in his novel garment, from 10 till 3 o'clock to day. He is then to be sent to hard labor on the fortifications at Fort Caswell, for the period of six months w
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ree days, in front of the house in which he sold it, and to work for six months on the public fortifications with a ball and chain attached to his leg. The Express has also the following sentence by the same Court-Martial: Michael Hanley, a citizen of Richmond, convicted of the charge of attempting to smuggle liquor through this city to Richmond, is sentenced to wear a #x34;barrel shirt," with the words "liquor smuggler" marked in large letters on it, to be marched through town to the Southern depot, and there to stand exposed, in his novel garment, from 10 till 3 o'clock to day. He is then to be sent to hard labor on the fortifications at Fort Caswell, for the period of six months with ball and chain attached to his left leg. This is the man who attempted to smuggle liquor through the city some days ago, packed up in barrels of potatoes. The liquor was seized at the Southern depot and confiscated, and the potatoes, about 45 bushels, appropriated to the use of the hospitals.
Fresh in Danville — a Recollection of years age, &c.[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Danville. Va., Oct. 25, 1862. In this region we have had three white frosts, the first showing itself on the morning of the 21st instant. To show you that the seasons are about the same now that they were thirty years ago, I give you an extract from the Raleigh Register, of Friday, Oct. 21, 1821: "Wilmington, N. C., Oct. 21, 1821, "The Commissioners of the town have the pleasure to state that the late prevailing fever has subsided; that the town is extremely healthy, and that persons absent may follow the example of their fellow citizens who have already returned to their habitations, without the least apprehension. "By order. "T. Callender, Town Clerk." I hope our frost of the 21st of October, 1862, may have reached Wilmington, N. C., and so rid it of the "prevailing fever" as to cause a similar announcement to the above speedily to appear in the W
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