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Warrenton (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
erkeley's Ford was in progress, and after it had terminated, heavy firing was heard on the left, or in the direction of Warrenton, supposed to proceed from some portion of our forces that had crossed higher up the stream. Passengers who arrivedevening, state that it was currently reported at Gordonsville yesterday morning that our forces had entered the town of Warrenton without firing a gun, and large quantities of commissary and other stores fell into their hands, which the hasty evacuareat of the enemy in the direction of Manassas, and that a large body of our infantry and artillery had moved down from Warrenton and taken position between the enemy and the point at which this bridge was destroyed. This statement, though not imprillery, dated "Camp on Rappahannock River. Aug. 24," which stated that an order had been received from Gen. Jackson at Warrenton, to hurry up the remainder of the army, and not to delay to prepare provisions, as enough had been captured at that poi
Sudden death. --William Griffin, a free negro, who had accumulated some property, and who lived on Venable street. Butchertown, was found dead in his bed yesterday morning. Being missed from his usual haunts for the past day or two, the door of his house was broken open, and he was found as stated. High Constable Freeman investigated the case, but concluded that no inquest was necessary.
William Griffin (search for this): article 1
Sudden death. --William Griffin, a free negro, who had accumulated some property, and who lived on Venable street. Butchertown, was found dead in his bed yesterday morning. Being missed from his usual haunts for the past day or two, the door of his house was broken open, and he was found as stated. High Constable Freeman investigated the case, but concluded that no inquest was necessary.
August 25th (search for this): article 1
Affairs in the West--accounts from the North. Mobile, Aug. 25. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Tupelo, yesterday, says: Louisville papers of the 18th and Cincinnati papers of the 19th have been received. They furnish the following summary of news. Several new points in Kentucky have been occupied by rebel guerrillas Richmond 23 miles from Lexington is now occupied by three thousand rebels. Eighty Confederates, supposed to be on their way to join Morgan, a ere captured at Mammoth Cave. Bodies of cavalry, supposed to be the advance of a large force, have appeared at London and Somerset Bull Nelson was at Nashville on the 18th. Trains are running through from Nashville on the Chattanooga road. A large body of rebels, collected in Jackson Mo., threaten, an attack on Kansas City. The Kansas militia has been ordered out en masse. At the ovation given to Col. Corcoran at Washington. Col. Wilcox declared that the rebellio
the 18th and Cincinnati papers of the 19th have been received. They furnish the following summary of news. Several new points in Kentucky have been occupied by rebel guerrillas Richmond 23 miles from Lexington is now occupied by three thousand rebels. Eighty Confederates, supposed to be on their way to join Morgan, a ere captured at Mammoth Cave. Bodies of cavalry, supposed to be the advance of a large force, have appeared at London and Somerset Bull Nelson was at Nashville on the 18th. Trains are running through from Nashville on the Chattanooga road. A large body of rebels, collected in Jackson Mo., threaten, an attack on Kansas City. The Kansas militia has been ordered out en masse. At the ovation given to Col. Corcoran at Washington. Col. Wilcox declared that the rebellion was stronger now than ever. Cassius M. Clay has been assigned to an important command west of the Mississippi. The Emperor of Russia expects to visit the United States.
Jack Morgan (search for this): article 1
rs in the West--accounts from the North. Mobile, Aug. 25. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Tupelo, yesterday, says: Louisville papers of the 18th and Cincinnati papers of the 19th have been received. They furnish the following summary of news. Several new points in Kentucky have been occupied by rebel guerrillas Richmond 23 miles from Lexington is now occupied by three thousand rebels. Eighty Confederates, supposed to be on their way to join Morgan, a ere captured at Mammoth Cave. Bodies of cavalry, supposed to be the advance of a large force, have appeared at London and Somerset Bull Nelson was at Nashville on the 18th. Trains are running through from Nashville on the Chattanooga road. A large body of rebels, collected in Jackson Mo., threaten, an attack on Kansas City. The Kansas militia has been ordered out en masse. At the ovation given to Col. Corcoran at Washington. Col. Wilcox declared that the rebellion was s
Michael Corcoran (search for this): article 1
the 18th and Cincinnati papers of the 19th have been received. They furnish the following summary of news. Several new points in Kentucky have been occupied by rebel guerrillas Richmond 23 miles from Lexington is now occupied by three thousand rebels. Eighty Confederates, supposed to be on their way to join Morgan, a ere captured at Mammoth Cave. Bodies of cavalry, supposed to be the advance of a large force, have appeared at London and Somerset Bull Nelson was at Nashville on the 18th. Trains are running through from Nashville on the Chattanooga road. A large body of rebels, collected in Jackson Mo., threaten, an attack on Kansas City. The Kansas militia has been ordered out en masse. At the ovation given to Col. Corcoran at Washington. Col. Wilcox declared that the rebellion was stronger now than ever. Cassius M. Clay has been assigned to an important command west of the Mississippi. The Emperor of Russia expects to visit the United States.
Cassius M. Clay (search for this): article 1
the 18th and Cincinnati papers of the 19th have been received. They furnish the following summary of news. Several new points in Kentucky have been occupied by rebel guerrillas Richmond 23 miles from Lexington is now occupied by three thousand rebels. Eighty Confederates, supposed to be on their way to join Morgan, a ere captured at Mammoth Cave. Bodies of cavalry, supposed to be the advance of a large force, have appeared at London and Somerset Bull Nelson was at Nashville on the 18th. Trains are running through from Nashville on the Chattanooga road. A large body of rebels, collected in Jackson Mo., threaten, an attack on Kansas City. The Kansas militia has been ordered out en masse. At the ovation given to Col. Corcoran at Washington. Col. Wilcox declared that the rebellion was stronger now than ever. Cassius M. Clay has been assigned to an important command west of the Mississippi. The Emperor of Russia expects to visit the United States.
Orlando N. Wilcox (search for this): article 1
the 18th and Cincinnati papers of the 19th have been received. They furnish the following summary of news. Several new points in Kentucky have been occupied by rebel guerrillas Richmond 23 miles from Lexington is now occupied by three thousand rebels. Eighty Confederates, supposed to be on their way to join Morgan, a ere captured at Mammoth Cave. Bodies of cavalry, supposed to be the advance of a large force, have appeared at London and Somerset Bull Nelson was at Nashville on the 18th. Trains are running through from Nashville on the Chattanooga road. A large body of rebels, collected in Jackson Mo., threaten, an attack on Kansas City. The Kansas militia has been ordered out en masse. At the ovation given to Col. Corcoran at Washington. Col. Wilcox declared that the rebellion was stronger now than ever. Cassius M. Clay has been assigned to an important command west of the Mississippi. The Emperor of Russia expects to visit the United States.
Somerset Bull Nelson (search for this): article 1
says: Louisville papers of the 18th and Cincinnati papers of the 19th have been received. They furnish the following summary of news. Several new points in Kentucky have been occupied by rebel guerrillas Richmond 23 miles from Lexington is now occupied by three thousand rebels. Eighty Confederates, supposed to be on their way to join Morgan, a ere captured at Mammoth Cave. Bodies of cavalry, supposed to be the advance of a large force, have appeared at London and Somerset Bull Nelson was at Nashville on the 18th. Trains are running through from Nashville on the Chattanooga road. A large body of rebels, collected in Jackson Mo., threaten, an attack on Kansas City. The Kansas militia has been ordered out en masse. At the ovation given to Col. Corcoran at Washington. Col. Wilcox declared that the rebellion was stronger now than ever. Cassius M. Clay has been assigned to an important command west of the Mississippi. The Emperor of Russia expect
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