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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1863., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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Rosecrans was offered in the U. S. Senate, but not passed — in the House a vote of thanks to Hurst Butler adopted. The leading members of the New York Chamber of Commerce are out in a card protesting against the use of their rooms for the public reception of Burst Butler. We give below some extracts of interest. Full Particulars of the Lose of the Monitor. The Baltimore Americans correrds been by some coasting vessel in as there were a number passing the next morning. Beast Butler in Philadelphia. Beast butler arrived in Philadelphia on the 7th, en route for New York and Bat her residence in this city very ill of a disease which must very soon terminate her life. Gen. Butler has sent to Gen. Beauregard a very kind invitation to visit his wife, assuring him of every cnother attempt to overthrow the rebel Gibraltar of the West. A grand reception was tendered Butler in Philadephia on the 7th instant; but he left the next day for New York, en route to Massachuse
the rebels have 12,000 men and 30 guns at Port Hudson, and earthworks twelve miles in extent. The Capitol at Baton Rouge was destroyed by fire recently, with many thousand valuable books and papers. Loss $70,000. Gen. Dix telegraphs General Hallack, that a party of cavalry from Yorktown landed at West Point on the night of the 7th, captured a large amount of property at the depot, the rolling stock at the White House, and burnt a steamer and several sloops. (!) The train in which Butler was moving to Boston, on the 10th, collided with another, but he escaped uninjured. [A man born to be hanged will never be killed by an accident.] The steamer St. Louis had sailed from San Francisco with three hundred thousand dollars for New York, and five hundred and eighty thousand dollars for England. W. A. Richardson has been nominated for United States Senator from Illinois. A dispatch from Memphis, dated the 9th, say McClernand supercedes Shorman. The ship George