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Stuart (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
of Commerce are out in a card protesting against the use of their rooms for the public reception of Burst Butler. We give below some extracts of interest. Full Particulars of the Lose of the Monitor. The Baltimore Americans correspondent at Fortress Monroe the following account of the loss of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, obtained from her officers: We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in low of the Rhode Island, with the Passage in fow of State of Georgia Cape Henry afternoon at five o'clock, with a month and light winds. The was way ahead. The weather continued Gan until five o'clock on Tuesday morning when it commenced to blow from the N. W, with a heavy sea running making a clean sweep over all. At 9,30 Cape Hatteras light bore N. N. W., distance twenty miles, the gale still increasing.--The vessel labored very heavily, the bull coming down on every sea with fearful violence. Up to this time the Warthington pump and the bilge in were entire
Cumberland River (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 6
that Bragg's force did not at any time exceed 45,000 effectives of all arms. On the 24th of December it had been depleted by the detachment of a portion of Forrest's Cavalry, sent to cut Grant's communication; of Morgan's cavalry, pushed out to cut our own communication; and of one division, say 5,000 men, of Kirby Smith's corps, which were ordered to reinforce the rebel army of Mississippi. All together, say 10,000 men. It now seemed opportune to strike. It was unfortunate that the Cumberland river was almost hopelessly unnavigable, so that it was of no possible advantage to us. It was most desirable that it should become navigable for gunboats and supply steamers, that victory might be swiftly and continuously, followed. But such a combination of advantages was not within the fair range of probability, and movement was determined. The order was issued Christmas eve. The columns were to push out at dawn on Christmas morning. The order, however, obtained such wide publici
Rhode Island (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): article 6
We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in low of the Rhode Island, with the Passage in fow of State of Georgia Cape Henry after A Coster signed was then flashed to call the attention of the Rhode Island to our condition. After much delay, consequent upon the heavy sea running, a boat was lowered from the Rhode Island and sent to our assistants. After several trials she succeeded in getting alongside of uut on heard. A picked crew, with the gallant officer of the Rhode Island, (Mr. Brown) then shoved off in the launch to return to the Monining the Monitor's light disappeared beneath the waves. The Rhode Island then started for the spot where the Monitor was seen to go down.ld be bad. The fetched Fortress Monroe last evening to the Rhode Island. Nothing whatever was saved, except the apparel the officers and crew stood in. The Rhode Island's boat, (first cutter,) referred to above, contained Win Brown, Master's Mate, and seven of the crew, w
New England (United States) (search for this): article 6
nt begun on the morning of the 26th. A New England dinner — speeches from Henry Ward Beecher aath and wounds visit the army of the Union, New England is clothed in mourning. In the order of thr own way. Others say — as they hope — that New England is to have no share at all, but be left to s, telegraphed between this society and the New England Society of Montreal: The New England hich their Pilgrim Fathers loved. The New England Society of Montreal to the New England Sociyke responded. He said that the conduct of New England in the present war proved that the people oe, and the sequence of that was rebellion. New England had never given slavery to the country, butnable outrage of rebellion, it would not be New England. (Cheers). He understood that an effort wast, Pennsylvania, and New York come in, and New England left out in the cold. He defied them to keep her out. New England was the pickpocket of the globe — the picklock of the world. She could go [19 more.
Cape Hatteras (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
oe the following account of the loss of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, obtained from her officers: We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in low of the Rhode Island, with the Passage in fow of State of Georgia Cape Henry afternoon at five o'clock, with a month and light winds. The was way ahead. The weather continued Gan until five o'clock on Tuesday morning when it commenced to blow from the N. W, with a heavy sea running making a clean sweep over all. At 9,30 Cape Hatteras light bore N. N. W., distance twenty miles, the gale still increasing.--The vessel labored very heavily, the bull coming down on every sea with fearful violence. Up to this time the Warthington pump and the bilge in were entirely competent to keep the vessel free. At ten o'clock several heavy seal struck the vessel in succession when word was rent from the ensize room that the water was gaining on the pumps. were then given to start the Ad pump capable of throwing three thousan
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
ew York Chamber of Commerce are out in a card protesting against the use of their rooms for the public reception of Burst Butler. We give below some extracts of interest. Full Particulars of the Lose of the Monitor. The Baltimore Americans correspondent at Fortress Monroe the following account of the loss of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, obtained from her officers: We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in low of the Rhode Island, with the Passage in fow of State of Georgia Cape Henry afternoon at five o'clock, with a month and light winds. The was way ahead. The weather continued Gan until five o'clock on Tuesday morning when it commenced to blow from the N. W, with a heavy sea running making a clean sweep over all. At 9,30 Cape Hatteras light bore N. N. W., distance twenty miles, the gale still increasing.--The vessel labored very heavily, the bull coming down on every sea with fearful violence. Up to this time the Warthington pump and the bilge
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
ption of Burst Butler. We give below some extracts of interest. Full Particulars of the Lose of the Monitor. The Baltimore Americans correspondent at Fortress Monroe the following account of the loss of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, obtained from her officers: We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in loFortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in low of the Rhode Island, with the Passage in fow of State of Georgia Cape Henry afternoon at five o'clock, with a month and light winds. The was way ahead. The weather continued Gan until five o'clock on Tuesday morning when it commenced to blow from the N. W, with a heavy sea running making a clean sweep over all. At 9,30 C afternoon. Several steamers and other vessels were spoken, to Jearn, if possible, the fate of the missing boat, but none could be bad. The fetched Fortress Monroe last evening to the Rhode Island. Nothing whatever was saved, except the apparel the officers and crew stood in. The Rhode Island's boat, (first cutter,
New York (New York, United States) (search for this): article 6
The hand performed "Old Hundred," many of the audience chiming in with the music. Mr. Evarts read the following sentiments, telegraphed between this society and the New England Society of Montreal: The New England Society of the city of New York in the New England Society of Montreal sends greeting — Wherever the children of New England gather to celebrate this day, may they bear true witness to those principles of civil and religious liberty which their Pilgrim Fathers loved. se and cheered heartily, the band playing "Hall to the Chief," and one member hurrahing for "the 1st of January, too. " The third regular toast was, The Governor of the State of New York. The fourth regular toast was, The City of New York--First in population commerce, and wealth; she owes this greatness to the Union of the States, she will give her strength to uphold and defend it. To this toast Mayor Ondyke responded. He said that the conduct of New England in the pre
United States (United States) (search for this): article 6
s assembled before the execution and received that he should not be hung. It became a question whether they ruled New Orleans or the Commanding General of the United States and from that day there never was any question upon the subject."(Applause.) Proceedings in the Federal Congress. The proceedings of the Yankee Congreneed. May the next return of this day find a united, a free, and a peaceful republic. (Applause) The second regular toast was. The President of the United States. The assemblage rose and cheered heartily, the band playing "Hall to the Chief," and one member hurrahing for "the 1st of January, too. " The third rd offer to God as his greet tribute the golden apples of the Hesperides. (Loud and continued applause) The ninth toast was, The Army and Navy of the United States.--Devoted to the safety and permanence of the Government; their honor is in obedience to the laws; their fame in the triumph of the Constitution over the rebel
Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 6
Further from the North. We have received flies of New York papers of the 9th inst, through the courtesy of Capt. Philip Governor Coburn of Maine, was inaugurated on the 8th inst. In his address he was very bitter on the "rebels" and said "the institution of slavery ought to withal in the storm it had raised." A resolution of thanks to Gen. Rosecrans was offered in the U. S. Senate, but not passed — in the House a vote of thanks to Hurst Butler adopted. The leading members of the New York Chamber of Commerce are out in a card protesting against the use of their rooms for the public reception of Burst Butler. We give below some extracts of interest. Full Particulars of the Lose of the Monitor. The Baltimore Americans correspondent at Fortress Monroe the following account of the loss of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, obtained from her officers: We left Fortress Monroe on Monday, 10th December, in low of the Rhode Island, with the Passage in fow of State of Geor
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