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s army was divided into three armies, and with half his previous force he was shipped off to Yorktown. As he advances he finds the enemy in front in much superior numbers to his own. He calls for reinforcements. They are supplied from General McDowell; but thus depleted, McDowell becomes apprehensive of danger and calls for other troops. They are supplied from the army of Gen. Banks, who has thus been pounced upon, cut up, despoiled, and driven out by those watchful rebel guerrillas, Generals Johnson and Ewell. But why was not Gen. Banks reinforced from some other quarter? We answer, that it was because Mr. Senator Wilson, the head of the Military Committee of the Senate, and his Congressional Abolition clique, after the rebel evacuate on of Manassas, brought about the suspension of volunteering; that the hostility of this clique to Gen. McClellan and his well-considered plans was at the bottom of this movement, and that these Abolition radicals have been playing their cards w
Trying to disgrace their soldiers. --The Memphis Appeal learns that the Federal soldiers who were captured by Col. Morgan at Pulaski, a short time since, and who were paroled by that officer, made their way to Nashville, where an attempt was made by Andy Johnson and the authorities to force them to disregard their pledge and enter the service. To the honor of the prisoners and an eternal of the officials, the order positively refused to obey.
any Court of United States, and the Court or Judge on said writ shall commit for trial for the person so holding the said and on conviction of seizing or holding the said freedman, knowing him to have been declared free by a Court of the United States, the person to convicted shall be sentenced to be confined in the Penitentiary for not less than one nor more than five years, and any one swearing falsely in any proceeding this act shall be guilty of perjury, and noble conviction, to the penalties thereof. substitute was rejected--16 to The House are on the hill was exactly as it was reported from the select committee. The was rejected-- The House pleased the Senate bill for the relief of Robert Smith and others, (colored,) and in delivering the rebel steamer Planner from the port of Charleston to our fleets Those in the negative were, Messrs. Calvert, Donlap, Pierced, Johnson, Kerrigant Norton, Shiel, Vallandigham and The House then adjourned.
ript, Serg J Roberts, Serg R Corbyn, Privates D P Hurlbut, B Masters, J Register, M Berant, H McClellan, Thomas Aybar, W Booth, S Brown, R Wilson, 8 Griffith, C W Johnson. Second Company.--Lieut Tillinghast, Serg W C Butler, Corp'l C S Rains, Corp'l R Cobb, Privates A C Butler, T L Darcy, W W Howard, H E Daffin, R A Jenkins, J ightbaker, shoulder; A C Wingfield, hand; M W Wingfield, wrist and arm. Company B.--Sergt Wm Mullen, shoulder, badly; Privates Lucien Cox, arm; A Duun, do; M D Johnson, do; G Y Shepherd, very slight; Palmer Hamner, missing. Company C.--Sergt Charles Evans, wounded in arm. Company D.--Corpl W. H. Ferguson, allie, Privates on. Wounded — Private J A Barbour, in hand; R Christian, in both arms; badly; R W Cox, in foot; J W Davis, in shoulder, badly; J Y Jennings, in head, slight; J R Johnson, in leg, badly; Ed B McGinnis, in head, badly; Geo W Mays, Sr, in thigh, slight; James W Mays, arm broken; P P Stinnett, in arm, slight; R N Stinnett, mortally; H
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs in Nashville, as described by a Yankee correspondent. (search)
antage gained by the rebels over the Union men. With characteristic vigor, Governor Johnson has determined to stop the spread of false information coming through rebe but few exceptions, at only a half breath, not withstanding the presence of Gov. Johnson and Gen. Dumont's military force. The Union demonstration last Monday was us did not attend, and they have alone expressed dissatisfaction at the steps Gov. Johnson is taking in making arrests. The arrest of ex-Governor Neil S. Brown yester exercising an influence in that direction. I do not, however, think that Governor Johnson will be deterred from the performance of what he believes to be his duty, the Government without another exercise of its power, you may rely upon it Governor Johnson will not act the part of his rebel predecessor, Isham G. Harris, and filesnnot act too vigorously and too promptly in facilitating the operations of Governor Johnson to root out these marauding bands. Eastern Tennessee is Union in sentimen