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The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], List of wounded men in General Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. (search)
Dispatches from Europe. --The Charleston Mercury contains the following announcement: "We learn that Senor Moncada, Spanish Consul for the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, has dispatched special messengers to his Government in Madrid, as well as to the Governor General of Cuba, giving the full accounts of the great clout of the 21st inst. He has also made arrangements to have the latest news of the war, from Southern sources, regularly telegraphed to Madrid immediately upon the arrival of the steamers at Liverpool. This would imply that her Catholic Majesty's Government is not far behind England and France in anxiety concerning the issue of the war,"
his city some two years, and acquired the confidence of many of our business men — is the swindler. Our information is, that upon the recommendation of parties in Cuba, and of some business men here, as to his respectability and validity, and upon his pretence that he had taken a heavy contract to erect a railroad depot, and to furnish railroad supplies, provisions for laborers, etc., on a nearly completed railroad in Cuba, he obtained all he wanted, paying for the same with notes at ninety days. He purchased a schooner here and loaded it with supplies of different kinds, and by like bargains here had lumber, bricks, &c., shipped direct from Pensacola and other places to Cuba, as is supposed. His operations began in April or May, and all these things were sent off before the blockade was instituted — As early as the 20th June, his victims had discovered how they were cheated, and combining together, and subscribing money for detective purposes, kept the thing quiet, in the h