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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], George N. Sanders to the Democracy of the Northwest Fragment of the late United States. (search)
Latest from the North. Reported Resignation of Secretary Cameron.&c., &c., &c. [special Dispatch to Richmond Dispatch.] Norfolk, Jan. 16. --Passengers who have arrived in this city by flag of truce boat from Old Point, this evening, report that Simon Cameron, the Federal Secretary of War, has resigned. There is n The United States frigate Constitution arrived in the Roads this morning and is now discharging troops at Fortress Monroe. [Second Dispatch.] Norfolk, Jan. 16. --From late Northern papers received here I send the following lists of New: The retirement of Cameron from the Federal Cabinet is an exciting topic omes. Gen. Prim had left Havana to take command of a fleet. Col. Kearney, of the Federal Engineer Corps, is dead. B. [third Despatch.] Norfolk, Jan. 16. --Committees representing the Banks of New York, Boston, Philadelphus, and the Boards of Trade, met the Finance Committee of both Houses of Congress, at th
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Testaments and Religious Tracts for our soldiers. (search)
From Havana. New Orleans, Jan. 16. P. M. --The sloop Wm. Henry has arrived from Havana, with dates to the 9th inst. She reports that the French fleet left Havana on the 2d inst. for Vera Cruz. It comprised a line of battle ship; three first class frigates, and three propellers. The Spanish fleet left about the 20th of December. It was reported at Havana, that Vara Cruz was abandoned by the Mexicans on the arrival of the Spanish fleet. The combined land force is under the command of Gen. Blue. The British fleet has been withdrawn. The steamer Calhoun arrived at Havana on the 6th inst. She makes 101 Confederate vessels which had arrived at Havana since the blockade. Business was extremely dull on the island.
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Loss of Southern trade by the Northwest. (search)
Destructive Fires. Charlottesville, Jan. 16. --10½ o'clock at Night.--The chimney of the Monticello House, used by the South Carolina Association as a Hospital, took fire to-night. One half of the building was burnt. The sick were all safely removed. The furniture and hospital stores were considerably damaged, and many were lost. There were on casualties. Nashville, Jan. 15.--The large tobacco warehouse in Henderson, Ky., owned by Kerr & Co., of Liverpool, was burned on the 4th inst., together with $9,000 worth of tobacco. The fire was caused by an incendiary.
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Confiscation of Mason and Slidell's Real Estate as against English Purchasers (search)
From St. Louis. Nashville, Jan. 16. --Gen. Halleck has appointed a new Board of Assessors at St. Louis. They will assess levies on Secessionists, and no appeal will be allowed from their decision.
From Wilmington. Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 16, noon. --All is quiet at the forts. There is a heavy sea outside, and a thick fog prevails. There were no shipping in sight yesterday nor early this morning.