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Summerton (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
rier arrived here at about seven A. M. bringing information that the enemy is advancing on the Summerton road. With the arrival of this intelligence came information from the Providence Church road his morning, from Lieut. Murray, signal officer on the Edenton road: "Our cavalry on the Summerton road have been captured. We have two rebels, who say a large force will attack on the Edenton and Summerton road to-day." This was reported to me by a reliable officer, The field officer of the day is Col. Melver. At this time we can see that the enemy has some field places in poscitement was very prevalent. At about 11 o'clock A. M. the enemy had appeared in force on the Summerton road. A portion of our cavalry was sent out to meet him, and did so. Gen. Corcoran is on the ld, and as active as the occasion demands. It now seems evident that the enemy's force on the Summerton road is waiting for other divisions to come up, and while making a diversion will attack and b
Suffolk, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
Affairs at Suffolk. consternation among the Yankees in Norfolk — the city to be Shelled upon the apprderates--Northern account of the state of things at Suffolk officer killed by Gen Corcoran — the bridges Restinn about any movement contemplated or in progress at Suffolk. What we give below is the latest intelligence rectured two Yankee transports and 600 prisoners below Suffolk. A gentleman who left Norfolk on Tuesday last has moment. The heavy firing heard in the direction of Suffolk on Tuesday had added greatly to the general alarm. rned a few hours thereafter, having failed to reach Suffolk. A large quantity of bay, which had been sent up to Suffolk for the purpose of protecting Yankee troops against the rebel fire, was burned to keep it from fag into our hands. All the houses on the suburbs of Suffolk have been burned to give unobstructed passage to thtant General. The latest Northern news from Suffolk is taken from the New York Herald, of the 15th. It
South Quay (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
t leads to ) that a corporal and four of our men have been captured five miles from here. The enemy is now occupying our picket station in the latter direction. A few pickets that we had at Hog Island were surrounded during the night and captured. The party stationed there was quite small. We now have the pleasure of seeing the enemy on the railroad in front of our western entrenchments. He appears to be moving his infantry to the right, amid clouds of ascending dust, from the South Quay road to the Blackwater. Two or three of the enemy have visited our abandoned signal station, more are deployed in the fields as skirmishers, and cavalry can be seen on the railroad track. The following was received at about half-past 9 o'clock this morning, from Lieut. Murray, signal officer on the Edenton road: "Our cavalry on the Summerton road have been captured. We have two rebels, who say a large force will attack on the Edenton and Summerton road to-day." This was
United States (United States) (search for this): article 8
63. The proximity of the Confederate forces renders. It proper, by virtue of military and naval authority of the United States, to give the following notice: All foreign Consuls and their families; all women and children, and all other persons not in the service of the United States, who prefer safety to the conflict of war, are notified that on the approach of the enemy to any town or village within this department, and the range of the Union guns, such town or village will be fired on wf Norfolk: Resolved, That this Association heartily sympathize with the Administration and the Government of the United States in its effort to crush the present unholy and diabolical rebellion — a rebellion which originated in the distempered bequeathed to their posterity. Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings be transmitted to the President of the United States. President — Lewis W. Webb. Vice Presidents--P. Dliworth, William H. Brooks, P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. Pettit Secret
A. S. McLean (search for this): article 8
their posterity. Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings be transmitted to the President of the United States. President — Lewis W. Webb. Vice Presidents--P. Dliworth, William H. Brooks, P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. Pettit Secretary — W. W. Wing.--Treasurer — Wm R. Jones. Standing Committee — P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. H. Brooks, Peter Dliworth, Wm. Pettit, Wm. R. Jones, S. D. Campbell, Geo. P. er, Horatic Creekman, George Cunningham, Joseph H. Hall, Wm. T. , Reuben Watson, Enoch Capps, A. S. McLean, Samuel Patterson, J. H. Borum, R. P. Levels, Thomas Creamer, James Wallen, W. W. Wing. Thomas P. Crowell, Augustus Brownley, John T. Daniels. Wentz, Owen Molholland, Samuel Frost, Wm. G. Webber, V Chase, Henry M Bowden, George A. Barrom. The traitors of Norfolk have declared that, if compelled to leave the city, they will take fifty of the most prominent secessionists with them, to be held as hostages for the good treatment of the families and friends of traitors. Headquarte
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 8
Resolved, That whilst we deem it wholly unnecessary and impolitic for true Union men to be scanning critically every act that may be adopted by our trusty and faithful. Chief Magistrate in the Barcelona efforts which he is compelled to employ in order to suppress the gigantic rebellion, which spreads sorrow and desolation over the borders of our once happy State, yet we all agree in the fixed and unyielding resolve to stand by, and support with might and main, our patriotic. President, Lincoln, in every policy, and in all the measures which he has hitherto adopted for the restoration of the Government, and the salvation of our glorious Union, and that we regard all other questions but as dust in the balance, when compared to the integrity and perpetuity of those Republican institutions which were gained by the toll, and cemented by the blood of our ancestors — and which were handed down by Washington and his compatriots as the dearest legacy which could be bequeathed to their pos
e Presidents--P. Dliworth, William H. Brooks, P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. Pettit Secretary — W. W. Wing.--Treasurer — Wm R. Jones. Standing Committee — P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. H. Brooks, Peter Dliworth, Wm. Pettit, Wm. R. Jones, S. D. Campbell, Geo. P. er, Horatic Creekman, George Cunningham, Joseph H. Hall, Wm. T. , Reuben Watson, Enoch Capps, A. S. McLean, Samuel Patterson, J. H. Borum, R. P. Levels, Thomas Creamer, James Wallen, W. W. Wing. Thomas P. Crowell, Augustus Brownley, John T. Daniels. Wentz, Owen Molholland, Samuel Frost, Wm. G. Webber, V Chase, Henry M Bowden, George A. Barrom. The traitors of Norfolk have declared that, if compelled to leave the city, they will take fifty of the most prominent secessionists with them, to be held as hostages for the good treatment of the families and friends of traitors. Headquarters military Governor,Norfolk, Va., March 30 1863. Order — All firearms in the possession of citizens will be delivered at once to the Provost Marshal,
Owen Molholland (search for this): article 8
--P. Dliworth, William H. Brooks, P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. Pettit Secretary — W. W. Wing.--Treasurer — Wm R. Jones. Standing Committee — P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. H. Brooks, Peter Dliworth, Wm. Pettit, Wm. R. Jones, S. D. Campbell, Geo. P. er, Horatic Creekman, George Cunningham, Joseph H. Hall, Wm. T. , Reuben Watson, Enoch Capps, A. S. McLean, Samuel Patterson, J. H. Borum, R. P. Levels, Thomas Creamer, James Wallen, W. W. Wing. Thomas P. Crowell, Augustus Brownley, John T. Daniels. Wentz, Owen Molholland, Samuel Frost, Wm. G. Webber, V Chase, Henry M Bowden, George A. Barrom. The traitors of Norfolk have declared that, if compelled to leave the city, they will take fifty of the most prominent secessionists with them, to be held as hostages for the good treatment of the families and friends of traitors. Headquarters military Governor,Norfolk, Va., March 30 1863. Order — All firearms in the possession of citizens will be delivered at once to the Provost Marshal, who will re
Augustus Brownley (search for this): article 8
President — Lewis W. Webb. Vice Presidents--P. Dliworth, William H. Brooks, P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. Pettit Secretary — W. W. Wing.--Treasurer — Wm R. Jones. Standing Committee — P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. H. Brooks, Peter Dliworth, Wm. Pettit, Wm. R. Jones, S. D. Campbell, Geo. P. er, Horatic Creekman, George Cunningham, Joseph H. Hall, Wm. T. , Reuben Watson, Enoch Capps, A. S. McLean, Samuel Patterson, J. H. Borum, R. P. Levels, Thomas Creamer, James Wallen, W. W. Wing. Thomas P. Crowell, Augustus Brownley, John T. Daniels. Wentz, Owen Molholland, Samuel Frost, Wm. G. Webber, V Chase, Henry M Bowden, George A. Barrom. The traitors of Norfolk have declared that, if compelled to leave the city, they will take fifty of the most prominent secessionists with them, to be held as hostages for the good treatment of the families and friends of traitors. Headquarters military Governor,Norfolk, Va., March 30 1863. Order — All firearms in the possession of citizens will be delivere
ich were handed down by Washington and his compatriots as the dearest legacy which could be bequeathed to their posterity. Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings be transmitted to the President of the United States. President — Lewis W. Webb. Vice Presidents--P. Dliworth, William H. Brooks, P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. Pettit Secretary — W. W. Wing.--Treasurer — Wm R. Jones. Standing Committee — P. H. Whitehurst, Wm. H. Brooks, Peter Dliworth, Wm. Pettit, Wm. R. Jones, S. D. Campbell, Geo. P. er, Horatic Creekman, George Cunningham, Joseph H. Hall, Wm. T. , Reuben Watson, Enoch Capps, A. S. McLean, Samuel Patterson, J. H. Borum, R. P. Levels, Thomas Creamer, James Wallen, W. W. Wing. Thomas P. Crowell, Augustus Brownley, John T. Daniels. Wentz, Owen Molholland, Samuel Frost, Wm. G. Webber, V Chase, Henry M Bowden, George A. Barrom. The traitors of Norfolk have declared that, if compelled to leave the city, they will take fifty of the most prominent secessionists with t
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