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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], in Fredericksburg — the enemy's movements. (search)
other luxuries, which sent to Richmond for our wounded soldiers. of 300 citizens have left since the occupation of the town by the Yankees. More families in proportion to the population than in conquered town in Virginia. Many gentlemen left their families without any protection that of friends residing near. A good deal of for the use of the army has been taken from the houses, the Federals giving a voucher therefore, after the suppression of the rebellion. One was given to Hugh Scott, who immediately tore it up. Yankee "shops" spring up like in a night, and are found in the morning "the flag hung out, indicating the loyalty of enterprising sutler who perhaps has no further stock than a barrel of beer and a few bushels ginger cakes. The army has been under orders for some days — it is not known what destination, though they do not deny that are looking for some movement of Gen. Stone Jackson. They have no army stores of value his side of the river, but have l
n, and Riley, from 1847 to the end of 1849. He was chief of the staff of Commodore Shubrick, in the naval and military operations on the Pacific coast in 1847 and 1848, and was a member of the convention in 1849 to form, and of the committee to draft, the Constitution of the State of California. In July, 1853, he was appointed Captain of engineers, and resigned August 1, 1834. Gen. Halleck was appointed a Major General in the United States Army in August last, at the instance of Lieut.-Gen. Scott, then about to retire from active service. His commission bears date the 19th of August, 1861. At the time of his appointment, Gen. Halleck was the leading member of a most prominent law firm in San Francisco. Major Gen. Halleck, in personal appearance, is below the medium height, straight, active, and well formed and has a brisk, energetic gait, significant of his firm and decisive character. His nose is delicate and well formed, his forehead ample, and his mouth by no means de