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The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
, were turned into hospitals. All the information shows that the enemy suffered terribly. The rebels opened with artillery this morning from five different points opposite New Bridge, with a view of preventing its reconstruction.--Three of our batteries opened on them, causing them to retreat after a hot fire of two hours. Our loss was one killed and two wounded. No further interference took place during the day. Gen. M'Cllellan to his soldiers. McClellan's Headquarters, Tuesday Evening, June 3. The following address was read to the army this evening at dress parade, and was received with an emburst of vociferous cheering from every regiment. Headquarters army of the Potomac, Camp near New Bridge, Va., June 2, 1862. Soldiers of the Army of the Potomac; I have fulfilled at least a part of my promise to you. You are now face to face with the rebels, who are held at bay in front of the Capital. The final and decisive battle is at hand. Unless you believe yo
Kentucky. --From the Courier's Cumberland Gap correspondence, June 3, we make the following extract: Movements here appear to indicints an advance upon the part of our forces one long. We stand upon the threshold of Kentucky and the word must be "coward;" a in the sentiment of the people of that noble State is on; the Comberland Step to it is a convenient point of rendezvous, and we are determined to hold it at all hazard; reinforcements and other forces our vicinity. Meanwhile the movements of the enemy show that they are suspicious of our . They have removed from the Ford to LegMountain, seven, from here where they fortifying themselves, and where they can move effectually impede our progress.
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Extraordinary scheme of a convicted Forger. (search)
May 24th.--W. H. Cole, 7th Va., remittant fever; T. C. Christopher, 7th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 25th.--H. A. Barber, 7th Va., vulmes sclopet; N. Farmer, 13th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 26th.--James Donahue, 9th Ala., vulmes sclopet. May 27th.--James Beck, 1st Richmond Artillery, vulmes sclopet; N. B. Bryant, 19th Miss., vulmes sclopet. May 29th.--Franklin Furr, 14th Ala., vulmes sclopet; H. T. Elam, 11th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 30th.--Peter Moss, 1st Va., vulmes sclopet. May 31st.--Wm. Holden, 24th Va., plithisis. June 3d.--Wm Brown, 5th N. C., plenitis. May 25th.--E. M. Cook, 10th Alabama, vulmes sclopet. May 22d.--T. Ray, 9th Va., vulmes sclopet; J. M. Nickers, 5th N. C., vulmes sclopet. May 25th.--J. S. Dennis, 9th Ala., vulmes sclopet. May 18th.--W. R. King, 28th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 19th.--J. A. Allen, 18th Va., vulmes sclopet. June 2d.--Chas Brown, 6th N. C., vulmes sclopet. June 7th.--W Hodgkins, 115th Va., chronic bronchitis.