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Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 8
y fine boat — and the rebels were forced to destroy two others. A large quantity of ammunition and stores for the rebel army were also captured. Hon. John J. Crittenden died at Frankfort, Ky., on the 26th. He died from general debility and old age, without pain or struggle, and in full possession of his faculties. His ago was 77. At the first board, New York, Monday, market excited — gold 127¾, Virginia sixes 60; North Carolina 69; Tennessee 65¼. At the second board, market firm — gold 127 ¼. A Washington telegram says that in the next two months a large number of troops whose time of service has expired will leave the Army of the Potomac, and the conscription must be put in immediate operation to fill their places. In Illinois the people are drilling to resist the draft. Federal cavalry have been sent there to protect the enrolling officer. In the fight near Donalsonville, La., after the fall of Port Hudson, the 29th Mass. regiment lost all but 14
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
calls upon Lincoln to ascertain who is the responsible officer. The position of the two armies repulse of the Federal at Chester Gap A Washington dispatch states that on the 22d inst., while Longstreet. was endeavoring to get into Eastern Virginia, by way of Manassas Gap, Gen. A P. Hill's corps took possession of Chester Gap and repulsed the Federal cavalry who attempted to drive him out. Longstreet's corps afterwards came through the same Gap. The Washington Republican says Lee has m carry all his Pennsylvania plunder with him. The Baltimore American, of the 28th, says: There is no longer any doubt that Gen. Lee's army has successfully eluded the pursuit of Gen. Meads, and is now again in nearly its old position in Eastern Virginia and around Culpeper and Gordonsville. When Lee succeeded in getting across the Potomac scarcely any other result was expected by those familiar with the country to be traversed by the two armies. Sanguine people looked for a different resu
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 8
Latest from the North. capture of Gen. Morgan--Mexico declared an Empire — account of the Blaster at Charleston, &c. We are indebted to the courtesy of Major Norris, of the Signal corps, for Northern dates of Tuesday, the 28th. We give being a summary of the news: Gen Morgan taken Prisoner — official report of his capture. An official telegram from Col. Shackelford, dated near New Lisbon, July 28th, says: By the blessing of Almighty God. I have succeeded in capturagement about 3 o'clock on Sunday, about a mile from Zanesville, Ohio, and routed him, capturing 240 prisoners. Morgan, with 300 of his gang, escaped, but were all captured by Col. Shackelford, at 8 o'clock P. M., on Sunday, near New Lisbon. Mexico declared an Empire--, of Austria Chosen as Parlor The steamer Roanoke, from Ferguson the 22d inst., arrived at New York Monday with advices from the City of Mexico to the 10th instant: A council of notabilities, held on the 10th inst, d
Orange Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
have been found in the mountain gorges and appropriated by our forces. The following is a dispatch from General Meade to Gen. Schenck, commanding at Baltimore: Front Royal, Va., July 25. To Major Gen. R C. Schenck: The Major General Commanding directs me to acknowledge the receipt of your dispatch, and to inform you that he engaged the enemy at this point yesterday. This morning the enemy appears to have withdrawn, and his whole army is undoubtedly en route to Culpeper and Orange C H., and probably the rear has passed this place and Strasburg. By order. A. A. Mathews, Col. and Chief of Staff. Miscellaneous. Major General Logan and Colonel Rawling of General Grant's staff, who have arrived a Cairo, state that Gen. Sherman had returned to Jackson, and reported to Gen. Grant that the leading citizens of that portion of Mississippi implored some action by which the State could be returned to the Union. The army and people were completely dispirited and re
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 8
Roanoke left Havana an immense conflagration was raging among the warehouses on Regia wharf. It is estimated that the warehouses already destroyed involve a loss of $4,000,000 worth of sugar. The draft in Philadelphia was completed without disorder or opposition. Mayor Opdyne, of New York, has vetoed the ordinance no pay conscripts $300 commutation, on the ground of vagueness and illegality, and because it is a propitiatory measure to appease the mob. Gen. Blount's forces in Arkansas, on the 17th inst., attacked the rebels under General Cooper, near Fort Gibson, and routed them completely, capturing one gun and many prisoners. The rebels retreated to Fort Smith. Admiral Porter reports that the gunboat expedition sent by him into the Red river region after the fall of Vicksburg, had been most successful. Two rebel steamers were captured--one a very fine boat — and the rebels were forced to destroy two others. A large quantity of ammunition and stores for the rebe
Morris Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
cupy the throne. The proclamation was immediately made public, and a courier posted to Vera Cruz, and from there it was sent by a French steamer to Havana. A salute was fired at Vera Cruz in honor of the event. The assault on Morris's Island — disastrous repulse — Terrible fire of the Confederates--the negroes as usual put as Front The New York papers contain full details of the disastrous repulse of the Federal troops in the assault on Morris's Island, on the 18th instant. Morris's Island, on the 18th instant. It is evident from the accounts that Gen. Gilmore used all his available force in the assault. Three brigades, numbering from 8,000 to 10,000 men, were to have supported the 54th Massachusetts (negro) regiment, which was put in the front. Only two of the brigades, however, participated, the third failing to come to time. The assault was undertaken as stated by a correspondent of the New York Tribune, under the impression that the combined fire of the monitors and forts "had silenced nearly e
Havana (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 8
rone, they implore the French Emperor to select a person in whom he has full confidence to occupy the throne. The proclamation was immediately made public, and a courier posted to Vera Cruz, and from there it was sent by a French steamer to Havana. A salute was fired at Vera Cruz in honor of the event. The assault on Morris's Island — disastrous repulse — Terrible fire of the Confederates--the negroes as usual put as Front The New York papers contain full details of the disastommander at Shelbyville, a few days since. Nine hundred of Morgan's men have been lodged in Camp Chase prison. They will be there until the officers of Streight's expedition are released from Libby prison. When the steamer Roanoke left Havana an immense conflagration was raging among the warehouses on Regia wharf. It is estimated that the warehouses already destroyed involve a loss of $4,000,000 worth of sugar. The draft in Philadelphia was completed without disorder or oppositi
Front Royal (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
e two armies. Sanguine people looked for a different result, and even those not so sanguine hoped for it; but both have been disappointed. The latest advices from the Army of the Potomac state that on Saturday our forces held the line of the Rappahannock between Kelly's Ford and Waterloo. Large numbers of horses have been found in the mountain gorges and appropriated by our forces. The following is a dispatch from General Meade to Gen. Schenck, commanding at Baltimore: Front Royal, Va., July 25. To Major Gen. R C. Schenck: The Major General Commanding directs me to acknowledge the receipt of your dispatch, and to inform you that he engaged the enemy at this point yesterday. This morning the enemy appears to have withdrawn, and his whole army is undoubtedly en route to Culpeper and Orange C H., and probably the rear has passed this place and Strasburg. By order. A. A. Mathews, Col. and Chief of Staff. Miscellaneous. Major General Logan and Colonel
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 8
n who is the responsible officer. The position of the two armies repulse of the Federal at Chester Gap A Washington dispatch states that on the 22d inst., while Longstreet. was endeavoring to get into Eastern Virginia, by way of Manassas Gap, Gen. A P. Hill's corps took possession of Chester Gap and repulsed the Federal cavalry who attempted to drive him out. Longstreet's corps afterwards came through the same Gap. The Washington Republican says Lee has managed to carry all his Pennsylvania plunder with him. The Baltimore American, of the 28th, says: There is no longer any doubt that Gen. Lee's army has successfully eluded the pursuit of Gen. Meads, and is now again in nearly its old position in Eastern Virginia and around Culpeper and Gordonsville. When Lee succeeded in getting across the Potomac scarcely any other result was expected by those familiar with the country to be traversed by the two armies. Sanguine people looked for a different result, and even those no
Red River (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 8
Mayor Opdyne, of New York, has vetoed the ordinance no pay conscripts $300 commutation, on the ground of vagueness and illegality, and because it is a propitiatory measure to appease the mob. Gen. Blount's forces in Arkansas, on the 17th inst., attacked the rebels under General Cooper, near Fort Gibson, and routed them completely, capturing one gun and many prisoners. The rebels retreated to Fort Smith. Admiral Porter reports that the gunboat expedition sent by him into the Red river region after the fall of Vicksburg, had been most successful. Two rebel steamers were captured--one a very fine boat — and the rebels were forced to destroy two others. A large quantity of ammunition and stores for the rebel army were also captured. Hon. John J. Crittenden died at Frankfort, Ky., on the 26th. He died from general debility and old age, without pain or struggle, and in full possession of his faculties. His ago was 77. At the first board, New York, Monday, marke
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