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The Daily Dispatch: March 18, 1862., [Electronic resource],
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House of Representatives. Monday, March 17, 1862. The House met at 12 o'clock, and opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Doggett. The Journal of Saturday was read. Hon. Mr. Gentry, of Tenn., appeared and took the oath of office. Mr. Curry, of Ala., offered a resolution that Congress adjourn on the 31st day of March, and convene again on the 1st Monday in July. Mr. Royston moved to amend by striking out the time for meeting. Mr. Conrad moved that the resolution be laid upon the table. Motion not agreed to. Mr. Dupre moved to amend by inserting the first Monday of October instead of July, or to be convened by the President here, or at such other point as he may designate. Mr. Conrad moved to amend the amendment by striking out all after the word President. Mr. Davis moved that the resolution and the amendments be laid upon the table. Motion adopted. Mr. Curry gave notice that he would present a similar resolution to-morrow. Mr. Royston m
The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Wisdom and Folly. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: April 26, 1862., [Electronic resource], The
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The Daily Dispatch: June 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Look out, police and
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Death of an officer. --Col. Wm. G. Gill, lately connected with the Arsenal near Augusta, Ga., died last Monday morning, at Columbus, Miss. He was, according to the Army Register, a native of New Jersey, and appeared from Pennsylvania. He was a graduate of West Point, and was brevetted Second Lieutenant the 34 U. S. Artillery, July 1st, First Lieutenant of the 4th Artillery, Jan. 9th, 1851. On the breaking out of hostilities between the North and the South be took part with the latter, received an appointment in the Artillery and Ordnance Department, and was stationed for a time at the Arsenal near Augusta. Subsequently, he was transferred to Gen. Beauregard's staff as Chief of Artillery and Ordnance. His less will, doubtless, be felt by the gallant army with which he was connected.
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Matters before the
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The Daily Dispatch: June 23, 1862., [Electronic resource], Firing on the river. (search)
Rates of postage. --From and after the 1st of July next, the rates of postage will be as follows: For every letter not exceeding half an ounce in weight conveyed in the mails for any distance within the Confederate States, there shall be charged ten cents. And for every additional half ounce in weight, or additional weight of less than half an ounce, there shall be charged additional single postage.
The war in the Southwest. Mobile, July 1. --A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Grenada, 25th ult., states that Northern papers of the 25th say that Buell was advancing on Chattanooga, and that Morgan (Yankee) was simultaneously advancing on Knoxville "for the relief of East Tennessee." A dispatch to the Chicago Tribune says that Gen. Hindman's (Confederate) army in Arkansas numbers from 25,000 to 30,000. The Yankee General Curtis is being reinforced. Jackson's Tennessee cavalry burnt fifteen hundred bales of cotton, last Thursday, within twelve miles of Memphis. The vote in the municipal election at Memphis was small. No responsible person was a candidate for office. Jackson, Miss., June 30.--Gen. Chalmers has taken Bolivar, Tenn. Col. Tappen, of Arkansas, says that Gen. Hindman, with 30,000 men, has Curtis completely cornered. The State is blazing with excitement. The battery at Duval's Bluff commands White river, and is supported by 5,000 Confede