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The Daily Dispatch: February 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], Another movement of the enemy from the Peninsula. (search)
is provides also for the extra half million called out. The "Virginia Legislature" at Alexandria, Va., is about to elect an U. S. Senator. Jos Segar and John C. Underwood are the candidates. Three German women arrived in Washington from Richmond last week. One of them had $400 in gold in her bustle. A "Great Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair" is soon to be held at St. Louis. Lincoln is one of the honorary members, and Rosecrans is President. Gens. Hunter, Crittenden, Cadwallader, Schofield, McCook, and Stoneman were in Louisville, Ky., on the 1st inst. Mrs. Jennie Graves, of Norfolk, was sent South on the 27th ult., by order of General Butler, for expressing sympathy with the rebellion. Major General McClernand has been reinstated, and ordered to report to Major General Banks for duty, by order of the President. The State of Maine is about to increase her volunteer bounty to $900. They don't fill the quota fast enough. About one hundred thousa
staunch Democrat in his politics, and a warm friend to the South. No professor in the medical schools of Philadelphia was more popular with the Southern students than Dr. McClellan save, perhaps, old Dr. Chapman. General McClellan is well bred. He graduated at West Point, and has always been a great favorite with Southern officers in the old army. While President Davis was Secretary of War under the Pierce Administration he selected General McClellan to visit the Crimea during the war between England, France and Russia in an official character. His report to the War Department, on the military position of the European combatants, and on the new engines of war brought into use by them, was held to be an able document, and was ordered to be published. His family is one of the most distinguished in Pennsylvania. He ranks with such families as the Reid's, Cadwallader's, Patterson's, Bluny's, Chapman's, the Dallas's, and others, the very cream of Pennsylvania society. Fleta.
m. Kentucky and east Tennessee. A telegram from Louisville on the 9th says that there was considerable excitement there the day before from the arrest of gamblers and the impressment of the horses. The street cars were temporarily stopped for the want of motive power. It thus explains it: A gang of Gentry's men took possession of Lagrange yesterday afternoon, injuring the railroad so as to disarrange the track for a day or two. The Journal says it is our impression that Breckinridge will turn up in a new and unexpected quarter before long. Miscellaneous. Gold was quoted in New York on the 9th at 239 1-2. Major-General Cadwallader has been assigned to the command of the Department of Pennsylvania, formerly known as the Department of the Susquehanna, vice General Couch, assigned to a command in General Thomas's army. Senator Wilson's only son, a lieutenant in the Thirty-first colored infantry, has been appointed an aid on General Ferrero's staff.
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