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The Daily Dispatch: June 15, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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or Opdyke here rose, and remarked that a City Judge standing up at that time and crying "Peace, peace," it was time for him to say "War, war to the bitter end." Here several parties attempted to speak at a time, and the utmost confusion prevailed, Judge McCunn being carried round the room by several of his men. The Mayor immediately left, and the proceedings terminated after several other volunteer toasts and sentiments. A Washington dispatch to the New York Tribune says: Harry Sherman, one of Col. Baker's detectives, whom the rebels captured weeks ago, and were believed to have hung, is a prisoner in Castle Thunder. The Provost Marshal received a letter to-day, postmarked Richmond, containing this intelligence. A letter from Vicksburg says: In the grand assault of Friday a plan was adopted which I believe is somewhat novel, at least in America. Ten men were chosen from each regiment to the number of about 150, to head the charge as a sort of forlorn hope
From Vicksburg and Port Houses. Progress of the siege — heavy firing at both places — gunboats Jackson, June 10. --Memphis papers, of the 6th, say that Grant is mounting heavy rifled Parrot guns. His parallels are within 350 yards of ours. The Memphis Bulletin says that Grant's sharpshooters command the rebel works. No rebel dare show his head above the paraffin. Sherman commands the right, McPherson the centre, and McClernand the left. The advanced regiments are relieved by fresh troops daily. A Northern dispatch says that Hanter's troops have sailed from Port Royal to reinforce Banks. Nothing further from Port Hudson. But little firing at Vicksburg to-day. It has been raining hard all day. Jackson's cavalry and a skirmish with the enemy at Edwards's Depot. The enemy retired. Our loss was two killed. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, June 11. --Our scouts from the vicinity of Vicksburg report that Grant in hauling water for
The Daily Dispatch: June 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Late from Louisiana--Banks, the commissary. (search)
Bask's operations at Port Hadeen. Summit, June 13. --A gentleman from Woodville reports Banks fortifying on Thompson's Creek, northwest of Port Hudson. He is planting heavy siege guns. Banks has mustered out several regiments. Sherman's left arm (leg?) has been amputated. Jackson, June 13.--An officer just from Natches reports the gunboat Arizona aground on the bar, four miles below Natchesz, on the 11th. The river had fallen three feet since. He also confirms the sinking of the Essex and two boats at Port Hudson.