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The Daily Dispatch: February 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Late Northern news. (search)
[correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]Invasion of the Valley. Winchester, March 5, 1862. The Valley has been invaded by three hostile armies, all, seemingly, converging to this point. On Friday last Charlestown was occupied by the column of General Banks's army. The force at this time there is variously estimated from four to twelve thousand. Gen. Hamilton was in command at Charlestown when the latest authentic intelligence was brought from there. General Banks had not yet arrived. Several arrests have been made of citizens of Jefferson county. On Saturday night two regiments of infantry, with cavalry and artillery, under the command of Col. Leonard, took possession of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley. Four additional regiments have since been added to his force. Many arrests have been made in Berkeley — amongst others, Daniel Burkhart, President of the Bank of Berkeley; Geo. H. Murphy, States Attorney; Dr. P. J. McGary, Samuel Alburtis, editor of the Republi
New tracts for soldiers. --Rev. A. E. Dickinson has placed upon our table the following tracts, which have just been issued; "In Camp," by Rev. W. F. Broaddus, D. D; "Why Will Ye Die?" by Rev. A. M. Pointdexter, D. D.; "Don't Swear," by Rev. J. B. Jeter, D. D., and "Your Soul — How to Save It," by a layman. These publications will be followed by a tract written by Rev. V. T., Moore, D. D, of this city; Rev. Dr. Petrie, Presbyterian Pastor in Montgomery, Ala; Rev. Dr. Hamilton, (Methodist,) Mobile, Ala., and Rev. P. Slaughter, (Episcopal,) Chaplain of a Virginia regiment. We are pleased to know that Rev. Mr. Dickinson accomplished much good in his recent visit to the South, and returns inspired with new hope in behalf of colportage.
The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Tredegar battalion. (search)
Liberal donations. --The Mobile papers state that last Sunday week a large mass meeting was held in the Government Street Presbyterian Church of that city, at which addresses were delivered by Rev. A. R. Dickinson, of Virginia, Rev. Drs. Hamilton and Burgett, of Alabama, and $600 were raised or Army Colportage, and that subsequent donations swelled the amount to $1,200.
The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], Reports of casualties. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], A Lesson of hope. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1862., [Electronic resource],
Sixth Alabama Regiment. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1862., [Electronic resource], From
From Bermuda. -- The Bermuda Royal Gazette of May 13th, contains some interesting items: Admiral Sir Alexander Maine, with a very large portion of his fleet, left Hamilton on the 6th. It was a grand sight; at one time there were thirteen steam vessels on the North Side — viz; five line-of- battle ships, the Nile, Hero. Donegal, Agamemnon, and Abbott; two frigates, the Melpomene and Mersey; two corvettes, the Cadmus and Challenger; one gun- vessel, the Handrail--a gunboat, the Kite, and the Siren. The gunboat accompanied the Admiral's ship; the Nile and the Kite, the Hero — the leading ship of the second division. The Nimble went to St. Georges early in the day for the Admiral's dispatches, which had just arrived in the R. M. steamer Delta. The steamer Gladiator, from Nassau, N. P., with a cargo of cotton and rosin, (from a Confederate port.) sailed for Liverpool on the 6th. The Bermudian are strong sympathizers with the Confederates, if we may judge by the fo
The Daily Dispatch: June 23, 1862., [Electronic resource], The work in
The work in Kentucky. --According to the Louisville Democrat, a portion of Col. Morgan's men continue actively engaged in Kentucky. Captain Ferguson's company has been doing good work at Tompkinsville, Monroe county, where they routed a company of Federate, capturing several prisoners and a number of arms and cavalry equipage. Capt Hamilton has also had a brush with a company of Pennsylvania cavalry recently, in which both commanders were killed.