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without success......May 21-22, 1863 President rescinds General Burnside's order concerning C. L. Vallandigham, and sends him into the Confederacy......May 22, 1863 Major-General Banks, investing the Confederate works at Port Hudson, assaults them without success......May 27, 1863 Fifty-fourth Massachusetts (colored), the first negro regiment sent from the North, departs for Hilton Head, S. C.......May 28, 1863 General Lee begins his movement for the invasion of the North......June 3, 1863 Cavalry battle at Beverly's Ford, Va., between Generals Pleasanton, Buford, and Gregg, and the Confederate Gen. J. E. B. Stuart......June 9, 1863 C. L. Vallandigham nominated for governor by the Ohio Democratic Convention......June 11, 1863 General Hooker begins the movement of his army northward from the Rappahannock......June 13-15, 1863 Battle of Winchester, Va.; General Ewell defeats the United States troops under General Milroy......June 14-15, 1863 President Lincoln c
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ton Irving, born in New York City in 1783, dies at Tarrytown, N. Y.......Nov. 28, 1859 Population of the State, 3,880,735......1860 Erie Canal enlargement completed; entire cost, $52,491,915.74......1862 Horatio Seymour, Democrat, elected governor......November, 1862 Manhattan College, at Manhattanville, New York City, incorporated by the regents......April 2, 1863 Peace meeting held in New York City, called by leading Democrats to devise means for ending the Civil War......June 3, 1863 Clement C. Moore, born in New York, 1779, dies at Newport, R. I.......July 10, 1863 [Author of the ballad, 'Twas the night before Christmas.] Draft riots in New York City......July 13-16, 1863 [About 1,000 killed. Claims for damages amounting to $1,500,000 presented.] Normal school at Oswego established......1863 Reuben E. Fenton, Republican, elected governor......November, 1864 Number of troops furnished by the State in the Civil War in all branches of the service re