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The Daily Dispatch: February 21, 1865., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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e Neuse. We fear there is much truth in these statements. The enemy have, for several weeks, been concentrating at Newbern. Raleigh is one hundred miles from Newbern; Goldsboro' is midway between the two places. It was reported that a large Yankee cavalry force was advancing on Salisbury from East Tennessee, but there was nothing in it. The Richmond and Petersburg lines. All continues quiet on the lines before Richmond and Petersburg. Grant congratulates himself on holding General Lee here while Sherman is turned loose upon the Carolinas. Negro soldiers — Confirmations. The Senate bill to raise two hundred thousand negro soldiers will, it is understood, be passed to-day in secret session. It is said a similar bill passed the House of Representatives in secret session yesterday. The Confederate Senate, on yesterday, confirmed a number of military nominations, among them Generals J. L. Rosser and L. Lomax, who were confirmed major generals of cavalry.