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Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 1
d to describe the thrashing that Wolford got on the 21st ult., where he lost his artillery.] "Passon" Brownlow and Representative Maynard were addressing the people of East Tennessee. At Knoxville they spoke to 28,000 people, and were received with enthusiasm. The steamer Mist, bound from Helena to Memphis, was boarded by guerillas on the 21st, robbed of $20,000 and then burnt, with her cargo of cotton. Joe Shelby's rebel forces are reported to have been driven from the State of Missouri. Gen. Sigel is addressing the Dutch in various parts of the United States. He was at Rochester, N. Y., last. Gen. Price is reported to be threatening Forts Blunt and Smith, in Arkansas, with 9,000 men. Governor Seymour is making speeches throughout the State of New York in favor of the Democratic ticket. The State of New York, under the new call for volunteers, and including her deficiency in the late draft, is to furnish 108,085 men. The next Legislature of O
Coosa River (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
ne of communication. The railroad bridge at Bridgeport will be finished about the 1st of November. So will that over Falling Waters, near Chattanooga, and the road finished about the same time to the latter place. Then, as soon as fifteen or twenty days supplies for the army are placed in Chattanooga and the balance of the reinforcements reach Rosecrans he will push after Bragg. Bragg's main army is supposed to be falling back to further fortify Atlanta and the crossings of the Coosa river, where the next great battle will probably be fought, as it affords the best grounds for it this side of Atlanta. Hooker's and probably Sherman's corps will probably make a similar movement to the one by Rosecrans which secured the evacuation of Chattanooga without a battle. Indeed, Gen. Rosecrans had secured the victory before the late battle was forced upon him. General Grant and staff left this morning for the front. Mr. Dana, who arrived from Stevenson last night, accompanied
Morris Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
icial — C. Goddard, A. A. G. From Charleston — Dahlgren Furloughed for twenty days. It is announced that Admiral Dahlgren has received a furlough of twenty days "to visit Washington." A correspondent of the N. Y. World, writing from Morris Island, says: Much has been said about the relations of Admiral Dahlgren and Gen. Gillmore, but I have heard that the correspondents on Morris Island are not permitted to write the origin of the difficulties between these commanders. I am in Morris Island are not permitted to write the origin of the difficulties between these commanders. I am in a position to speak positively on the matter. There has been no open breach of friendship between these two officers, but Gen. Gillmore appears sensitive on the suspension of the siege, and is anxious to show, the admitted fact, that his portion of the labor allotted by the Government has been heroically accomplished. A significant circumstance, which will illustrate Gen. Gillmore's position, has recently occurred.--The General sent dispatches by several of his officers to Washington, in
Smith (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 1
Knoxville they spoke to 28,000 people, and were received with enthusiasm. The steamer Mist, bound from Helena to Memphis, was boarded by guerillas on the 21st, robbed of $20,000 and then burnt, with her cargo of cotton. Joe Shelby's rebel forces are reported to have been driven from the State of Missouri. Gen. Sigel is addressing the Dutch in various parts of the United States. He was at Rochester, N. Y., last. Gen. Price is reported to be threatening Forts Blunt and Smith, in Arkansas, with 9,000 men. Governor Seymour is making speeches throughout the State of New York in favor of the Democratic ticket. The State of New York, under the new call for volunteers, and including her deficiency in the late draft, is to furnish 108,085 men. The next Legislature of Ohio will stand as follows: Senate, 29 Unionists to 5 Opposition; House, 80 Unionists to 17 Opposition; Union majority on joint ballot, 87. Gold was quoted in New York Wednesday at 146½.
Gainsville (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
ough country. By the railroad it is twenty-eight. I am unable to say when the railroad will be finished; but in the meantime it is safe to say that Bragg will hardly attempt to dislodge our army from Chattanooga. Gen. Heade's Army — Depredations of the Confederates. A dispatch from Washington, dated the 27th says skirmishing continues as usual. On Monday night a supply train, consisting of 30 wagons, was captured by the Confederates between Warrenton and New Baltimore, on the Gainesville road. On Tuesday the rebels went to within fourteen miles of Alexandria, and carried off 30 mules and a wagon master. The guard, however, fired upon them and prevented their capturing the wagons. A telegram from Washington, dated the 28th, says: There has been the usual light skirmishing along the front to-day, though indicating no probable engagement. It seems a settled fact that for the present the enemy is resolved on the defensive to prevent our forces from crossing the Rapp
Indianapolis (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 1
d captured three cars and a locomotive. Do not think our forces are inactive at the front. Although the roads are very had you will hear favorable news before long. We took one prisoner, who, it was evident, was engaged in throwing cars from the track. The passengers wanted to hang him on the spot. The prisoner is now in Nashville. Another letter has the following: Army movements are going forward vigorously, and on a grand scale, in this department. All the way from Indianapolis to this place you pass immense numbers of wagons and large quantities of forage, army stores, and heavy batteries of artillery, together with any amount of bridge timbers, on route to the front. The railroad is well protected by the military, and from here to Bridgeport Hooker's corps occupies and protects the line of communication. The railroad bridge at Bridgeport will be finished about the 1st of November. So will that over Falling Waters, near Chattanooga, and the road finished abou
New York State (New York, United States) (search for this): article 1
ng the Dutch in various parts of the United States. He was at Rochester, N. Y., last. Gen. Price is reported to be threatening Forts Blunt and Smith, in Arkansas, with 9,000 men. Governor Seymour is making speeches throughout the State of New York in favor of the Democratic ticket. The State of New York, under the new call for volunteers, and including her deficiency in the late draft, is to furnish 108,085 men. The next Legislature of Ohio will stand as follows: Senate, 29in Arkansas, with 9,000 men. Governor Seymour is making speeches throughout the State of New York in favor of the Democratic ticket. The State of New York, under the new call for volunteers, and including her deficiency in the late draft, is to furnish 108,085 men. The next Legislature of Ohio will stand as follows: Senate, 29 Unionists to 5 Opposition; House, 80 Unionists to 17 Opposition; Union majority on joint ballot, 87. Gold was quoted in New York Wednesday at 146½.
Rochester (New York, United States) (search for this): article 1
rownlow and Representative Maynard were addressing the people of East Tennessee. At Knoxville they spoke to 28,000 people, and were received with enthusiasm. The steamer Mist, bound from Helena to Memphis, was boarded by guerillas on the 21st, robbed of $20,000 and then burnt, with her cargo of cotton. Joe Shelby's rebel forces are reported to have been driven from the State of Missouri. Gen. Sigel is addressing the Dutch in various parts of the United States. He was at Rochester, N. Y., last. Gen. Price is reported to be threatening Forts Blunt and Smith, in Arkansas, with 9,000 men. Governor Seymour is making speeches throughout the State of New York in favor of the Democratic ticket. The State of New York, under the new call for volunteers, and including her deficiency in the late draft, is to furnish 108,085 men. The next Legislature of Ohio will stand as follows: Senate, 29 Unionists to 5 Opposition; House, 80 Unionists to 17 Opposition; Union
Atlanta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Then, as soon as fifteen or twenty days supplies for the army are placed in Chattanooga and the balance of the reinforcements reach Rosecrans he will push after Bragg. Bragg's main army is supposed to be falling back to further fortify Atlanta and the crossings of the Coosa river, where the next great battle will probably be fought, as it affords the best grounds for it this side of Atlanta. Hooker's and probably Sherman's corps will probably make a similar movement to the one by RosAtlanta. Hooker's and probably Sherman's corps will probably make a similar movement to the one by Rosecrans which secured the evacuation of Chattanooga without a battle. Indeed, Gen. Rosecrans had secured the victory before the late battle was forced upon him. General Grant and staff left this morning for the front. Mr. Dana, who arrived from Stevenson last night, accompanied them back. General Rosecrans is said to be at Stevenson, where I doubt not there will be a conference between Thomas, Hooker, and Grant. The situation on the Tennessee is, in its main features, unchanged. We
Stafford Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
agons recently captured by the guerillas near Warrenton contained no property of value. This is the second daring and successful raid during the present week almost in the heart of our camp. It is believed the rebels have not pushed any strong force on this side of the Rappahannock since their grand retreat. Small bodies, however, remain at the various crossings. They are circumscribed to these positions by the proximity of our forces. The enemy's cavalry scout the neck as far as Stafford Court House and Hartwood Church. The late Gen. Rosecrans--a Couple of his speeches — he Refers the opium question to his druggist — his farewell order. The Yankee papers are filled with accounts of the dismissal of Rosecrans, his speeches, &c.--He made a speech at the Burnet House in Cincinnati, on Monday, and expressed the opinion that if the forces now ordered there had been sent before, the "backbone of the rebellion" would have been broken at Chickamauga. Referring to his removal, h
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