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The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], Contraband trade in Illinois--Seizure of medicines, &c. (search)
eever, Harvey, Isbell, Johnson, Logan, Lynch, McKenney, Nash, Newman, Pate, Pennybacker, Quesenberry, Robertson, Spitler, Thomas of Henry, Thompson, Urquhart, Whittle, Wiley, and Witton. For Mr. Preston--Messrs. Alderson, Ball, Branch, Christian, Day, Dickenson of Grayson, Douglas, Early, Finney, Garnett, Greever, Johnson, Lynch, McKenney, Nash, Pate, Quesenberry, Thomas of Fairfax, Thompson, and Urquhart. For Mr. Russell--Messrs. Armstrong, Bales, Brannon, Bruce, Christian of Augusta, Edward, Frazier, Hart, Harvey, Isbell, Logan, Marshall, Massie, Neeson, Newlon, Newman, Pennybacker, Robertson, Spitler, Thomas of Henry, Whittle, Wiley, and Witton. For Wm. C. Rives--Messrs. Ball, Carraway, Christian of Augusta, Collier, Frazier, Hart, Marshall, Massie, Neeson, Newton, and Thomas of Fairfax. Tellers were then appointed on the part of the Senate jointly with the tellers on the part of the House of Delegates to count the whole number of votes cast by both Houses; which
The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], "Sawery" Bennett's opinion of old Abe. (search)
r, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Prince, Riddick, Rives, Robertson, Robinson, Rowan, Rutherfoord, P. C. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Shannon, Sheffey, Sherrard, Spady, Small, Staples, Steger, Tate, Taylor, Thomas, Thrash, Tomlin, Treadway, Tyler, Vermillien, Ward, West, J. L. Wilson, Samuel Wilson, Woodhouse, Woodson, Woolfolk, Wooten, Worsham, Wright, Wynett-- Total 105. For Mr. Preston--Messrs. Baker, Barbour, Baskervill, Bouldin, Brooks, Buford, , Blue, Booten, Bradford, Carpenter, Collier, Daniels, Edmunds, Franklin, Gatewood, George, Green, Gillespie, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Laidley, Lively, A. W. McDonald, J. E. McDonald, orgain, Pitman, Rutherfoord, Robinson, Sherrard, Small, Tate, Thomas, Vaden, Vermillien, Walker, Ward, West, Williams, James L. Wilson, Wooten, Worsham, Wynne — Total 39. For Mr. Rives.--Messrs. F. T. Anderson, Barbour, J. J. Coleman, Ewing, Harrison, Noland, Reid, Richardson, Vaden, Walker, Williams — total
The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], "Sawery" Bennett's opinion of old Abe. (search)
Larceny of money --Henry, slave of Perry Mosley, was yesterday carried before the Mayor charged with stealing five dollars from Caroline, slave of John D. Thomas. The fact being proved, the tawny hide of the defendant suffered to the tune of 39 lashes, ordered by the Mayor to be well distributed.
cinnati, Jan. 20. --A combined attach was made to-day on Gen. Zollicoffer's entrenchments, by Gen. Schoepff and General Thomas, resulting in a complete victory. The Stars and Stripes how wave over the rebel fortifications. Our troops loss is heavy on both sides. Second Dispatch — the Federal victory confirmed. Louisville, Jan. 20. --General Thomas telegraphs to headquarters that, on Friday night, General Zollicoffer came up to his encampment, and attacked him at er side. Louisville, Jan. 20. --The recent fight took place on Sunday, instead of Saturday morning. Gen. Thomas, on Sunday morning, followed up the rebels to their entrenchments, sixteen miles from his own camp, and was about to ation. On our part, General Boyle is somewhere on the Cumberland river, near Burkesville, waiting for artillery. General Thomas is fifteen sides this side of Columbia, or was at last accounts, waiting till a creek runs down, and we are here wait
's Dispatch, is more than confirmed by intelligence received here at the War Department. It appears that our defeat was more decisive than even the Northern accounts had led us to believe. The information received here is to the effect that on Sunday last General Crittenden, with eight regiments of infantry and six pieces of artillery attacked the enemy at a place called Fishing Creek, near Somerset, in Southeastern Kentucky. The Federals were under the command of Generals Schœpff and Thomas, and were strongly posted and entrenched behind Fishing Creek. The result of the action was disastrous to our arms. General Zollicoffer was killed, and immediately on his fall, our army was seized with a panic and was utterly routed, losing all its artillery, baggage, and camp equipage, and leaving 500 in killed and wounded on the field. At last accounts, Gen. Crittenden was in full retreat on Knoxville. It is not stated whether or not the enemy was in pursuit. Somerset is situa