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one; Shenandoah three; Warren one; Fauquier two; Jefferson about five; Berkeley about four; Frederick about four; and scattering companies from other neighboring counties. These troops are skillfully posted, in fine spirits, and spoiling for a fight. The enemy are hovering in large numbers along the Pennsylvania border, making Carlisle barracks and Harrisburg headquarters, communicating by railroad to within 18 miles of this point; besides these, the Federal troops in Washington and Annapolis are near enough to us to be more "neighborly" than they seem inclined. Although many fine arms were burnt or stolen, yet a decided acquisition in Old Virginia's present emergency was secured; and the General has employed actively a large force of the workmen in putting together the components of arms, to the number of near one thousand; thus nearly every volunteer on the ground rejoices in a first quality Minnie gun, and is as proud as a boy with a new toy. Machinery not needed for th
Blanton Duncan, Esq., a member of the Kentucky Legislature, is enrolling a regiment of 1,800 men for service in the cause of the Confederate States. It is stated that Senator Wilson, of Massachusetts, is in one of the Northern companies at Annapolis. It is reported that Gen. Lee has given orders for the abandonment of Harper's Ferry.
d affection for the citizens of the Southern States, arrived here to-day from Annapolis. The Massachusetts Regiment, which has been at Annapolis for some days pAnnapolis for some days past, yesterday took possession of the Annapolis Railroad, repaired its destroyed portions, and the dismantled locomotive, and thus permitted the New York Regiment to" The Seventh report the kindest treatment towards them by the people of Annapolis, and witnessed no instance of animosity or unkindness. It is understood ryland The Legislature of Maryland met yesterday at Frederick, instead of Annapolis, the latter place being in possession of the mercenaries. The Baltimore Exchen who have been elected. A correspondent of the same paper writes from Annapolis as follows: The military have already purchased all the provisions to bers of the Seventh Regiment of New York conversed freely with the citizens of Annapolis and some gentlemen from Baltimore in relation to what they deemed the unexpec
From Washington. [Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Washington, April 26. The troops are retained at Annapolis to fortify and hold that place. It is to be the point of outlet. Gen. Scott has posted troops along the road from Annapolis to Washington, to keep that place as a base line of operation. The object Annapolis to Washington, to keep that place as a base line of operation. The object is to hem Maryland in on the Harrison road and at Annapolis, so as to reduce her to subjection. All the public buildings are mined. Citizens are leaving in vast numbers. Provisions are scarce. The Banks are on the eve of closing. The Black Republicans are impudent, and boasting that Maryland and Virginia will soon be sAnnapolis, so as to reduce her to subjection. All the public buildings are mined. Citizens are leaving in vast numbers. Provisions are scarce. The Banks are on the eve of closing. The Black Republicans are impudent, and boasting that Maryland and Virginia will soon be sponged out! Jim Lane and Cassius M. Clay assert that the Republican party was formed to wipe out slavery from one end of the country to the other. Lane and his Border Ruffians meet at Willard's nightly, armed to the teeth, and pass through the building into the Church in the rear. The disunion feeling is increasing.
Latest news.war movements in New York.the Banks and the millionaires"Shelling out."troops moving from Annapolis. Norfolk, April 26. --By this morning's bay steamer we have the following: New York war movements. The State authorities of New York have determined to muster into immediate service the balance of the quAlbany $10,000. The City Council of Buffalo has appropriated $50,000 to aid the volunteers. Among the troops which sailed from New York on Tuesday, for Annapolis, was the 69th Regiment, commanded by Col. Corcoran. Damal E. Sickles is raising a regiment, one thousand strong, under the sanction of the Governor; and to . B. Astor has offered to give the Government $4,000,000, and to loan $10,000,000. General Wool, who has arrived in New York, has arranged to send troops by rail to Havre de Grace, thence to Washington via Annapolis. The Directors of the Broadway Bank have tendered the State a loan of a quarter of a million of dollars.
Reported capture of Gen'l Harney!from Washington.the Reign of terror. Alexandria April 26. --It is reported that Gen. Harney, U. S. A., has been captured at Harper's Ferry, and sent to Richmond. Butler's Regiment, from Massachusetts, has arrived in Washington. Several Southerners have been arrested in Washington, and ordered to quit the city.-- The greatest excitement and consternation prevails among the citizens, many of whom are leaving for the South. The heights of Georgetown are garrisoned by Federal troops. More troops are expected at Annapolis from the North. The tone of the Northern press is more defiant and insulting to the South.
The Daily Dispatch: April 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Pruntytown, Taylor Co., Va., April 23d, 1861. (search)
Important from Annapolis. Annapolis, April 25. --On the Washington road from the Junction, the Government has secured about twenty-five cars — half passenger and half burden — besides two engines. The General Government decided, yesterday morning, on opening telegraphic communication between Annapolis and Washington.Annapolis and Washington. Several trains filled with troops passed the junction Monday night, and early on yesterday morning, on their way to Washington. The State companies stationed at the Junction had left for their homes to recruit, being exhausted by the severe service of several days past, or had moved to the country roads to oppose the pas A dispatch from the operator at the Annapolis Junction, received at the Camden Station shortly after noon yesterday, stated that the Northern troops had left Annapolis, 5,000 strong or more, and were then approaching the Junction. They kept the railroad track and had dragoon pickets and cannon, with several howitzers, and