Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 25, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Evansport (Ohio, United States) or search for Evansport (Ohio, United States) in all documents.

Your search returned 7 results in 2 document sections:

e are seen rising for several miles up and down the river. There is now a battery of five mortars and a rifle opposite Evansport, and others seem to be in the process of erection behind a slight eminence. Information has been received that a fielderday morning Gen. Johnston arrived in Dumfries, and, accompanied by Gens. Holmes, Whiting, Wigfall, and staff, visited Evansport and the batteries. He was present during a portion of the firing. The soldiers received him very cordially, his visiten. Whiting's headquarters, and this morning is probably en route for Manassas. Gen. Trimble has been ordered from Evansport to another position, but what it is I cannot say. He has now gone to Centreville, and Gen. French has been ordered to the command he formerly held. Gen. French has his headquarters near Evansport. The facilities for getting letters from here are not very good. The mails leave but twice a week, and one has to depend upon a chance traveler or a courier. The Ri
cksburg Recorder, of the 22d instant, contains the following with regard to affairs on the Potomac: We met, on yesterday, with several soldiers direct from Evansport, and from them gathered some few items of interest. On Wednesday, a man in a small boat came rather close into shore on a reconnoitering expedition. when our bresult was that both were, to use a can't expression, blown "sky high." On Tuesday evening, two steamers came up the river with two barges, which they left below Evansport, on the Maryland shore, just opposite the house of Witheers Waller, and then returned down the stream. Two steamers, we learn, succeeded in running the blocoften repeated and gratifying report of "nobody hurt." The Fredericksburg Herald, of Friday evening, 22d inst., has the following: Our gunners at the Evansport batteries are becoming proficients. On Tuesday a small vessel essayed to pass, when a rifle gun was opened on her. The first shot took effect, as she at once we