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Important Movements of the Federalists.advance upon Winchester. Washington, July 17 --Gen. McDowell will advance to-night. Gen. Scott and staff visited the troops on the Virginia side of the Potomac on yesterday. Later.--Gen. McDowell left this city at half-past 3 o'clock to-day to go some where. The advance Federal guard was at Hunting Creek to-day, ten miles from Washington. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, July 17.--The advance guard of the Federal troops reached Fairfax Court-House at noon to-day. The Confederate pickets retired an hour before, and fell back on Centreville, where they will probably make a stand. Lal Later.--Gen. McDowell and staff arrived at 4 P. M. His divisions will move towards Manassas Junction on to-morrow, Thursday. [Third Dispatch] Louisville, July 17 --Intelligence has been received here from Bunkerville, which announces that Gen. Patterson commenced his movement against Winchester on Tuesday, and it was
The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Yankee Editor Condemns the Outrages committed by Lincoln troops. (search)
fight was still progressing at the last accounts heard from that point. One Missourian, who was caught with a gun in his hand, was hung, and another, who was attempting to escape, was riddled with balls. [Second Dispatch] St. Louis, July 17. --A military train was fired into yesterday, twelve miles above St. Charles, severely wounding two Federalists. The mail carrier reports that Major Harris, with 3,000 Missourians, is twelve miles beyond Fulton, and the Federal forces,Stufel is at Lexington, and reports having discovered 200 kegs of powder, and machinery for making cannon. Steamers are now prohibited from passing Jefferson City unless they bear the Stars and Stripes. [Third Dispatch] St. Louis, July 17.--The Missourians under McGoffin have had a skirmish with the Federals between Sedolia and Georgetown. The Federals had seven killed and the Southerners lost three. Col. McGoffin had 700 troops. Gen. Boomstein announces that he will adminis
Proceeding of the Federal Congress. Washington, July 17. --The Baltimore Police Commissioners, confined in Fortress Monroe, have sent a petition to the representative branch of Congress, to interfere in their behalf. The petition was referred to the Judiciary Committee. A bill authorizing the Secretary of the Navy (Mr. Wells) to purchase vessels to suppress piracy, and complete the blockade, and appropriating $3,000,000 for such purpose, has been passed. Resolutions appointing a committee to investigate all the War and Navy contracts have been introduced and passed. Mr. Van Wyck said that for the past few months there had been a system of plunder in operation which for audacity and wickedness had never been surpassed. The resolutions were adopted by a vote of 81 eyes to 42 nays. In the House, the bill to increase the efficiency of the volunteer force was passed. In the Senate, the Navy bill was passed.
From Washington. Washington, July 17. --It is reported here that it is the design of the Federal Generals to avoid Manassas. It is their announced intention, however, to allow no delay in pushing on to Richmond. Reports received here from Arizona and New Mexico represent the secession feeling strong in those regions. It is regarded necessary to reinforce Fort Bliss. It is reported here, in official quarters, that the Southern forces at Aquia Creek, Damfrice, and at several other points, are falling back on Manassas. It is believed that J. N. Pickett, into American Consul at Vera Cruz, is at Fortress Monroe. The Third and Fourth Massachusetts Regiments, whose time is up, will leave immediately for Boston.
Federal Outrages in Kentucky. Louisville, July 17. --A strict search is kept up on the depot here. Several trunks were seized last night.
Later from Europe.Arrival of the steamer Asia. New York, July 17 --The steamship Asia has arrived with one day's later news from Europe. The sales of Cotton for the week ending Saturday, were 12,000 bales, of which speculators and exporters took 3,000. The market closed steady. Breadstuffs steady and Provisions quiet. At London Consols closed at 89¼ a 89¾. The Asia brings £110,000 in gold. The Arabia arrived out on the 7th Instead. At Harr Orleans tres ordinaire was quoted at 115 franc and has at 100 franc. The market closed buoyant, and the sales of he week were 25,000 bales
Federalists occupy Piedmont and New Creek village.--the Southerners attack them. Harrisburg, July 17. --The reserve force are now at Cumberland and occupy Piedmont and New Creek village. The Southerners attacked New Creek village, but were repulsed.
Attack on Virginians-several killed and wounded on both sides. Cincinnati, July 17. --Woodruff's forces are between Mad River and Barboursville. They attacked the Virginia, and killed and wounded several. Only one Federalist reported to have been killed.
reported Safety of Gen. Garnett's command. Grafton, Va., July 17 --The Southerners escaped Gen. Hill's Federal forces through a pass, within a mile an a half of Hill's camp. [It this is reliable it is very probable that Gen. Garnett's command safe]