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Further from the North. The papers from Baltimore are to Tuesday, July 1st. They contain no war news from the fact that the United States Government has been particularly careful that they shall not got any to publish. The following from the New York Times explains "how it is done;" The following dispatch reached this city last night, and was published in the extra editions of the city papers: Baltimore American office. Baltimore, Sunday, June 29.--9 P. M. I am writing for the American a detailed account of events at White House, before Richmond, and on the Peninsula, during the past four days, including facts obtained from Washington, having been sent for by special train to communicate with the President. If you desire it, I will send it to you. It will make four or five thousand words. We have the grandest military triumph over the enemy, and Richmond must fall. C. C. Fulton, Proprietor American, and Agent Associated Press. After waiting patiently
The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], Fight between Maryland and Massachusetts Yankees. (search)
Ran away--$50 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th of June, a Negro Man, Lewis. Said negro is about 21 years old five feet six or seven inches high, very black, and stout; had on when he left a black frock coat and military cap. I will give the above reward if delivered to me in Lynchburg; or $30 if secured so I can get him. James Morgan. Lynchburg, July 1. jy 4--eod1m*
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
. Brown, Early, Levi Dempsay, Ord-Serg Yates, Thornhill, Lieut Moore, Lieut Almond, Serg-Major Tensil, T. P Barrel, T. P. Mays, ensign of the 7th, J. J. Bolling, John A Jenkins, Wesley Mannel, Ord-Serg Cooper, Lieut Estes, Lieut Fogg, Lewis Monroe, Daniel Bish, Josse Young. J. L. Kidd, Ayler, H. J. Wilburn, David Acres, B. P Meadows, Jas Monroe, L. A. Monroe, W. H McQueary, T. J. Mitchell, Ord-Serg H. Smith. Killed and wounded in 12th Virginia regiment, Co. Weisiger, in the action of 1st July. Company A, Capt. Waddell.--Killed: Privates H A Blanks, Jr. Wm A Graham, Robert E. Willcox, Wounded: Henry Fisher, T. F Alley, J. W Baylor. Company Lyon.--Killed: None. Wounded: Geo W. Dean, R. H Johnson. Company Bond.--Killed: None Wounded: Lieut Privates M D. Tatum, G F Hill, H V L F Ferkinson, Jos C Robinson, B A Lucy. Company Killed: Corp Nicholas Dawson. Company Banks — Killed: None, Wounded Lieut Sergt Jos Carr; Privates D A Bars Revan, J T Robinson,
Butler's Rule in New Orleans. Jackson, July 1. --The New Orleans Delta, of the 28th ult., contains a number of Butler's orders. No. 17 declares the city authorities defunct, and assumes to himself all the duties of Mayor and City Council, No election is to be held until a sufficient number of loyal citizens justify it. No. 46 sequestrates the property of Major General Twiggs. No. 16 allows vessels with supplies to come and go, assigns the City Hall to the use of the Provost Marshal, fixes the price of flour at $24 per barrel, and closes all the bar rooms, unless license be taken before the 1st of July. No. 61 allows no vessel to carry colored persons without permit. In the Provost Marshal's court, the Union Bank has filed a petition against the Merchants' and Traders' Bank for $120,000. The Merchants' and Traders' Bank offered to pay the Union Bank in Confederate notes, which the Union Bank refused. The case was dismissed on the ground of the want of jurisdiction
The very Latest.four days fighting. Fortress Monroe, July 1. --4 o'clock P. M.--A gunboat has just arrived at Fortress Monroe, from the scene of action yesterday, ten miles above City Point. That division of our army has been fighting four days, and have released about seventeen miles. The fight of yesterday was left terrific, the enemy having two or three to our one.--The battle commenced with our armies forces, aid, after about four hours fighting, our gunboat got in range, and poured into the rebels a heavy and incessant fire. This fire the rebels stood about two hours and then retreated. Our troops have captured, notwithstanding their disadvantages a large number of artillery pieced and 2,000 prisoners, among whom is the rebel General Magruder. The place where this last action took place is near Turkey Creek. The retreat of the enemy last evening was with great disorder, and their loss has been very heavy — much greater, it is thought, than ours. Still
hough he admits that this is not the time to put it in force. He thinks that when mediation is proposed it should be done by the general voice of Europe. The Army and Nary Gazette says: "Lord Lyons, our able and zealous Minister at Washington, may be expected in London shortly.--The American journals will, no doubt, make many extraordinary surmised, and indulge in many strange statements respecting the motives of his Lordship's journey at this moment. We believe he is coming home on private business, as he has not been in England since the death of the Admiral, his father." In the House of Commons, on the 16th, Mr. Hopwood gave notice that on the 1st of July he should move a resolution that it was the duty of her Majesty's Government to use every exertion consistent with the maintenance of peace to bring the warfare now raging in America to a conclusion. It was reported in Paris that M. Perigyny had failed in his mission to London respecting American affairs.
Ranaway --$50 reward.--Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th of June, a negro man, Lewis. Said negro is about 21 years old five feet six or seven inches high, very black, and stout; had on when he left a black frock coat and military cap. I will give the above reward if delivered to me in Lynchburg; or $30 if secured so I can get him. James Morgan. Lynchburg, July 1. jy 4--eodlm
Ran away--$50 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th of June, a negro Man, Lewis. Said negro is about 21 years old five feet six or seven inches high, very black, and stout; had on when he left a black frock coat and military cap. I will give the above reward if delivered to me in Lynchburg; or $30 if secured so I can get him. James Morgan. Lynchburg, July 1. jy 4--ecd1m*
The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1862., [Electronic resource], The accident on the South-side road. (search)
Ran away--$50 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th of June, a Negroman, Lewis. Said negro is about 21 years old five feet six or seven inches high, very black, and stout; had on when he left a black frock coat and military cap. I will give the above reward if delivered to me in Lynchburg; or $30 if secured so I can get him. James Morgan. Lynchburg, July 1. jy 4--eodim*
The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy's fleet — Movements of McClellan's army. (search)
Ran away.--$50 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th of June, a Negro man, Lewis. Said negro is about 2½ years old five feet six or seven inches high, very black and stout; had on when he left a black frock coat and military cap. I will give the above reward if delivered to me in Lynchburg; or if secured so I can get him. James Morgan. Lynchburg, July 1 ly 4--eod
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