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Government: Office Provost Marshal parish of Orleans, no. 67 Carondelet street. New Orleans, May 9th, 1863. Mr — In accordance with General Orders No. 35, Headquarters Department of the Gulf, you, being a registered enemy of the United States, are hereby notified that you must leave this parish for the so called Confederacy before the 15th inst. Transportation will be furnished you to Madisonville, or some other point between that and Mississippi City, on any day between the 11th and 15th inst., inclusive. You will be allowed to carry the following provisions, clothing, etc., viz: The equivalent of ten days rations in food, such wearing apparel as you have in actual use, and the necessary beds and bedding required for your personal use. By command of Brig. Gen. Bowen, Provost Marshal General, Department of the Gulf. G. W. Killborn, Provost Marshal New Orleans, La. Gen. Banks, it is represented, was averse to the execution of this order, and would n
uff and the entire works of Vicksburg, a large number of prisoners, and 57 pieces of artillery. The battle was still raging, with every prospect of capturing the entire force in Vicksburg. Col. J H Rawles, A. A. G. telegraphed from the rear of Vicksburg on the 20th that the army landed at Bruisburg on the 30th of April; fought the rebels, under Boomer, at Part Gibson on the 1st of May, killing, wounding, and capturing at least 1,500 prisoners, and taking live pieces of artillery; on the 12th, at Raymond, the rebels were defeated with a less of 800; on the 14th Johnson was defeated and Jackson captured, with a loss to the enemy of 400, besides immense amounts of stores and manufactures, and 17 pieces, of artillery; on the 16th was fought the bloody and decisive battle of Baker's Creek, defeating the entire force of Vicksburg, under Pemberton, and taking 29 pieces of artillery and 4,000 men; on the 17th the same force was defeated at Black River Bridge, with a loss of 2,600 men and
th, 1863. Mr — In accordance with General Orders No. 35, Headquarters Department of the Gulf, you, being a registered enemy of the United States, are hereby notified that you must leave this parish for the so called Confederacy before the 15th inst. Transportation will be furnished you to Madisonville, or some other point between that and Mississippi City, on any day between the 11th and 15th inst., inclusive. You will be allowed to carry the following provisions, clothing, etc.,15th inst., inclusive. You will be allowed to carry the following provisions, clothing, etc., viz: The equivalent of ten days rations in food, such wearing apparel as you have in actual use, and the necessary beds and bedding required for your personal use. By command of Brig. Gen. Bowen, Provost Marshal General, Department of the Gulf. G. W. Killborn, Provost Marshal New Orleans, La. Gen. Banks, it is represented, was averse to the execution of this order, and would not have enforced it if peremptory instructions from the Yankee Secretary of War had not been sent to him.
re to the 26th. Of course the Yankees would be glad to create the impression in the North that Vicksburg had fallen, as it would materially aid them in carrying out the new law of conscription: Fredericksburg, May 26th. The Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 25th, has been received to-day. An official dispatch from the rear of Vicksburg, dated the 20th, to the Secretary of War, says Grant won a great victory over Pemberton at baker's Creek, on the Vicksburg and Jackson road, on the 16th. The rebels occupied a most formidable position, and had about 25,000 men. The battle lasted from 11 o'clock until 4 P. M. Hoovey's division having lost 1,000 men was succeeded by Boomer's and Holmes's brigades, of Crocker's division.--Boomer lost 500 men. The rebels' direct retreat having been cut off on the right, they were compelled to escaped by their right flank through the woods, Logan lost 400 killed and wounded. The Federals took about 2,000 prisoners. On the 17th another battle
n road, on the 16th. The rebels occupied a most formidable position, and had about 25,000 men. The battle lasted from 11 o'clock until 4 P. M. Hoovey's division having lost 1,000 men was succeeded by Boomer's and Holmes's brigades, of Crocker's division.--Boomer lost 500 men. The rebels' direct retreat having been cut off on the right, they were compelled to escaped by their right flank through the woods, Logan lost 400 killed and wounded. The Federals took about 2,000 prisoners. On the 17th another battle was fought at Big Black River Bridge, Pemberton losing 2,000 prisoners. McClernand's corps charged the rifle-pits and took more prisoners than their own numbers Pemberton burned the bridge and retreated towards Vicksburg, losing 57 out of 60 cannon. Grant building four bridges, arrived before the town, which he closely invests. He had opened a line of supplies via Chickasaw bayon, having cut the town off from Haines's Bluff, abandoned by the enemy, and which Grant will occupy
eated at Black River Bridge, with a loss of 2,600 men and 17 pieces of artillery; on the 18th Vicksburg was closely invested; on the 20th Steele carried the rifle pits north of the city. The right of the army rests on the Mississippi above Vicksburg. He states further that there are from 15,000 to 20,000 men in Vicksburg; that Pemberton lost nearly all his field artillery, and that Grant has probably captured nearly all of the enemy. The cannonading ceased at Vicksburg about 3 P. M. on the 20th. A Cairo dispatch says if the rebels do not escape up the Yazoo most of them must be captured. The President received a telegraphic dispatch from Cleveland, Ohio, the 24th, stating that the Stars and Stripes were floating over Vicksburg, and the victory is complete. This dispatch was from the Manager of the telegraph at Memphis. Bragg is reported as fearing an attack by Rosecrans. His whole position at Horse Mountain is strongly fortified. Reports say Price is advancing
water batteries. Sherman's corps lost 500 killed and wounded yesterday, there being sharp fighting through the day. McPherson, in the centre, lost little, as did McClernand, on the left. The gunboats kept the enemy on the alert during the night. There are from 15,000 to 20,000 men in town. The Herald's special dispatch says that up to the 20th Grant had fought five battles, captured 64 guns and 2,400 prisoners. The Assistant Manager of the Telegraph at Memphis telegraphed, on the 23d, that official information from below to Wednesday had been received. Grant had captured Haines's Bluff and the entire works of Vicksburg, a large number of prisoners, and 57 pieces of artillery. The battle was still raging, with every prospect of capturing the entire force in Vicksburg. Col. J H Rawles, A. A. G. telegraphed from the rear of Vicksburg on the 20th that the army landed at Bruisburg on the 30th of April; fought the rebels, under Boomer, at Part Gibson on the 1st of May, k
Yankee Reports from Vicksburg. The operations of Grant's force in Mississippi--from the armies of Bragg and Rosecrans — the unconditional release of Vallandigham Demanded. From the Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 25th inst., our Fredericksburg correspondent compiles the following interesting, but unreliable intelligence. It will be seen that the Northern dates from Vicksburg are to the 20th of the present month, whilst our own dates from the same quarter are to the 26th. Of currency. It was further reported that the French had been defeated, and were retreating in the direction of Orizaba. Three hundred thousand men, it is expected, will be called into the field by the War Department. The enrolling officers in the First District of Pennsylvania began their labors on the 25th. Admiral Farragut is said to be actively bombarding Port Hudson. Gold 148 to 149--a sign that little importance is attached to the news from Vicksburg in financial circles.
Important from Vicksburg. A private dispatch received in this city yesterday from Canton, Miss., dated the 26th instant, says: "All is well; Vicksburg holds out bravely."
fully assaulting and beating Hanover, slave of Elizabeth R. Tyler, was continued till Friday. Harris, slave of John Green, charged with stealing $40 worth of clothes from Jas. J Mahone, was ordered to be whipped. Mary Robey, charged with stealing $48 from Jerry Sullivan, was acquitted. Jerry Sullivan was remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court grand jury for assaulting and beating Mary Roney. The case of William Fitzgerald, for shooting Jac. Froner, with intent to kill, was called and continued until the 30th inst. The case of Lewis Crone, for stealing a cow from Wellington Goddin, was continued. Dan. Batler, John Gentry, Ro Clark, and Samuel Dake, were required to give security for their good behavior, and sent before the Hustings Court, for unlawfully assaulting and and beating Ben, slave of Chas. Cabler. C C, Field & Co. were fines $20 for keeping their house open after 10 o'clock at night — the same being a place where liquor is dispensed.
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