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The Daily Dispatch: October 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ts sent to Rosecrans. Reinforcements are literally pouring down from Louisville. Eight hundred prisoners, captured at the battle of Chickamauga, have been sent to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill. Advices from Charleston harbor to the 3d instant have been received. It was currently reported that Gen. Gillmore's headquarters had been removed from Morris to Folly Island, and that the mass of the troops and war material would soon follow. The blockade runners Diamond, Alabama, and Lizzie Davis have been recently captured by Yankee cruisers. Dispatches from the army of the Potomac say there is nothing occurring to indicate immediate active operations. Conscripts in large numbers arriving daily. Changes have been made in the location of some of the corps. Two citizens of Alexandria have been heavily fined for failing to recognize the "reorganized Government of Virginia" by taking out licenses for the transaction of their business. Advices from Matamoras to the 12
Later from Europe. The steamer Persia, from Liverpool, 26th, has arrived at New York. The Liverpool cotton market closed firmer. Mr. Mason's letter to Lord Russell, on withdrawing from London, is published. It quotes his instructions from Richmond, which state that Mr. Davis believes that the English Government is determined to decline his overtures for friendly relations, and will not receive a minister; and, therefore, it is no longer conducive to the interests, nor consistent with the dignity, of the Confederate Government, for Mr. Mason to continue his residence at London any longer. The London Index says it is not contemplated to withdraw Mr. Slidell. The prospect of the fall of Charleston is much debated in England. The friends of the South assert that it will not affect the issue, and the editor of the Army and Navy Gazette (Mr. Russell) cannot perceive what great military advantage would accrue from the capture. The Rhine has overflown its bed