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Capt. Calvin D. Cowles , 23d U. S. Infantry, Major George B. Davis , U. S. Army, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph W. Kirkley, The Official Military Atlas of the Civil War 1 1 Browse Search
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North Carolina Legislature. Raleigh, Nov. 23. --Curtis H. Brogden was reelected Comptroller of Public Accounts yesterday by a unanimous vote. He was the nominee of the Conservative caucus. The same caucus have nominated Jonathan Worth, of Randolph, for Public Treasurer, and J. P. H. Ruiss, of Wake, for Secretary of State. The old functionaries, Daniel W. Cowits and Rufus H. Page, are to walk the plank. Augustus S. Merryman, of Buncombe, has been elected Solicitor for the 7th Circuit, and Jesse J. Yeates, of Hertford, Solicitor for the 1st Circuit. All quiet below.
ew York, Capt. Chisholm, left last evening for City Point with three hundred rebel prisoners from Chester, Pa., in charge of Major Mulford. Acting Brigadier-General B. F. Onderdonk, with the 1st New York Mounted Rifles and two companies of the 11th Pennsylvania cavalry, has just returned to Portsmouth, Va., from a long raid into North Carolina. They passed through Edenton and opened communication with Capt. Roberts, in command of South Mills. Thence they proceeded to Pass quotank and Hertford. While about half way between the two places they were attacked by guerrillas, and in the skirmish lost two men. They killed thirty guerillas, drove several into the Dismal Swamp, who were drowned, captured ninety horses, some cattle, &c. The raid was very successful. Two refugees arrived in Norfolk to-day from Richmond, who were born in Canada. They report that the rebel Government is terribly frightened about Charleston, and say if it is taken all is lost. A guard is kept about th
The Daily Dispatch: November 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Army of Tennessee, Missionary Ridge, Nov. 22. (search)
R A Gregory. Pittsylvania — L J Hansherger. Franklin — Joseph E Potts, one to be supplied, B B Shetton, sup'y. Flint Hill Mission — To be supplied. Henry — James J Lumpkin. Patrick — Jacob Shough. Dan River — L if Grayhill. Norfolk District.--Norfolk — Granby Street — J D Blackwell. James Street — E N S Bloges. Cumberland Street — James C Martin. Portsmouth — Dinwiddie Street — Thos. Y Cash. Wesley Chapel and Gosport — Andrew J Coffman. Princess Anne and Pusquotank--John W Wonnyeot. Currituck and Indian Ridge — James D Hummer. Hertford — Jeremiah McMultion. Edenton — Joseph H Amies. Eastville — L More. Atlantic — R A Amies. Missionaries to the Army — L Rossor, C Gradberry. Chaplains — Jas. E. Joyner P R August W. W Serry, J B Fitzpatrick, J E McSearran, James P Gariand, George F Booker, W E Edwards, Robert Hardie, Jr., W. W Duncan, T. A Were, J G Biedene, Robert B Beadless, S V Hoyle, J J Lafferty. Lawrence F Way, transfe
used to be fond of recounting how he took part in the battle of Leipsic, and road into Paris with his regiment of Russian Hussars. But of late years he left off telling these stories, because they made him out to be older than he wished to be thought, and he was a singularly well preserved man for his age. He left the Russian service in 1827, with the rank of major, and ever after lived in Paris, in an apartment in the large house on the Boulevard des Italians, belonging to the Marquis of Hertford. The furniture of these rooms was simple, and not for proportion to the high rent of lodging in that quarter. There was little to be seen in them beyond an iron bedstead, a large map, a bearskin, a large assortment of polished leather boots, and a barrel of express wine always on tap for the accommodation of friends. One day when his bed was broken he replaced it by a collin, in which he was wont to say that he slept better than in bed, because he was not liable to tumble but when di
The Yankee Navy following the land Commander's Example. --The Yankee navy is vising with the land forces in violating the laws of war. The following is a copy of a notice posted up near Hertford, North Carolina: "United States steamer Wyalusing,"Off Hertford, North Carolina, "January 6th, 1865. "To the Inhabitants of the Town of Hertford and vicinity: "Should any hostile acts be performed in the Perquimans river, or the sound near its mouth, by which any United States GovernmenHertford, North Carolina, "January 6th, 1865. "To the Inhabitants of the Town of Hertford and vicinity: "Should any hostile acts be performed in the Perquimans river, or the sound near its mouth, by which any United States Government vessel or property is injured or destroyed, or anything done by which the free navigation of the river is disturbed, the citizens and property holders will be held accountable to the value of the property thus destroyed or injured. "The above notification is by order of Commander W. H. Malcomb, commanding United States naval forces, District of Sounds of North Carolina. "Earl English, "Lieutenant-Commander."
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