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The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Contributions for the Alexandria Volunteers. (search)
received some very handsome donations to the Alexandria Volunteers, of the 17th Va., Regiment. I desire to acknowledge through your paper, if you please, these, and one or two others, previously received; and, in behalf of the Alexandrians, to sincerely thank the donors: Richmond--$312.00. Second Baptist Church, (Rev. Dr. Seeley,) as follows: P. T. White, $5; Mr. Barnes, $2; Mrs. Adams. $5; Mr. Winston $5; O. H. Chalkley, $5; H. K. Ellyson, $30; Mr. Moore, $5; Mr. Armistead, $10; Mr. Butler, $2; Ed. Wortham, $5; C. T. Wortham & Co., $10; R. H. Maury & Co. $10; Ed. W. Wade, $5; Lewis Webb, $5; Mr. Adams, $10; Mr. Atkinson, $2; L. L. Montague $2; J. T. Gray, $2; Thos. Jones, $10; Alfred King $10; J. B Wood, $5; Jno. Wemble, $10; J. F. Tanner $25. Total $185.00. E. B. Spence, $5.00; West & Johnston, 5.00; Starke & Cardozo, 5.00; J. E. Burluss, 1.00; E. B. Cook, 5.00; Van-Lew, Taylor & Co., 5.00; T. R. Price, 5.00; Mr. Richardson, 2.00; Tardy & Williams, 3.00; David Currie,
Letter from the Gulf shore. Picayune Butler and Mobile — the defensive condition of the city-- the land forces — the Harbour Forts and batteries — the Mississippi coast, &c., &c., Mobile, Jan. 7, 1862. We can still boast, as when citizens of the old Union, "we are a great country," and we realize that we stiial interest are constantly springing into notice as the fretful enterprise of the enemy attempts here and there to break through the cordon of our defences. Picayune Butler made Hatteras Inlet of notorious interest, Sherman made Hilton Head Island a point of note, and now again the "here of Hatteras" is said to be about to confer's own State, the spoil from a captured "city," and Bennett's Herald will at once congratulate its readers on a "crushing blow being struck at rebellion." If Butler attempts a movement on Mobile from the rear, he will desire to make a landing at some point on the coast of Mississippi Sound from twenty to forty miles distant f<
results, and will materially change the aspect of the war. The Washington correspondent of the Boston Traveller makes the important but rather doubtful statement that the divisions of Generals Franklin, Fitz John Porter and Smith, are to be withdrawn from Washington and sent to Annapolis to co-operate in General Burnside's expedition. It was rumored in Boston, on Tuesday, that the detention of the Constitution was in accordance with the orders from Washington, and that the part of General Butler's Brigade new on beard of her is to go to Fortress Monroe to further strengthen the military arm of this same expeditionary corps, instead of proceeding at once to Ship Island. Preparations for a Simultaneous attack — Distribution of the forces. The special Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer, under date of January 2, says: The Commander-in-Chief has determined on a simultaneous attack, and is so drawing the cords, by distributing the troops, making ready