Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Johnson or search for Johnson in all documents.

Your search returned 7 results in 2 document sections:

The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Fourth of July to be kept in Georgia. (search)
at liberty, on the best authority, to make public the true motives actuating Gen. Johnson in what the Northern and some of the Southern papers have called the Evacuatile. The minute and able investigations of Major Whiting, Chief Engineer to Gen. Johnson, had satisfied our leaders of the justness of these views. It was well knowolumn of McClellan's army passing through Romney, and cut off Beauregard's and Johnson's armies from each other. This plan was completely foiled, and the enemy checr own game, as we shall explain. "On or about Thursday, the 16th inst., Gen. Johnson having waited at Harper's Ferry long enough to make the enemy believe that h was moved forward to wards Martinsburg. "On Sunday morning; however, General Johnson changed his line of march, at right angles, and moved square towards Marti brilliant victory within twenty hours. "Our readers will thus see what Gen. Johnson's 'retreat from Harper's Ferry' has done. It has thoroughly broken up Gener
Missouri U. S. Senators. --The requite current in various parts of Missouri the two United States Senators of the Messrs. Johnson and Polk, will their seats at the coming extra Congress.