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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—the siege of Chattanooga. (search)
ar siege will allow time to perfect its defences. On that day also the fronts on the north and the west are invested: the two others remain free. The Southern cavalry appears alone on the east near the confluence of the French Broad River and the Holston, where Burnside's cavalry will not be slow to seek the enemy. Wheeler's four brigades cover the besieging army on the north and the east, from the neighborhood of Kingston, still occupied by the Federals, as far as the Cumberland Gap and Tazewell roads. No Confederate soldier shows himself on the south of the Holston. The Army of the Ohio is therefore not completely invested. It maintains its communications with every part of Sevier county, while the sympathies of the farmers, compensating for the poverty of the country, ensure the supply of the troops. They embark their grain and live-stock on rafts, and avail themselves of the November fogs to descend the French Broad River and the Holston as far as Knoxville without being p
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—the Third winter. (search)
deserters, the broken wagons, that in such a case an army leaves behind it. He thus arrived on the 8th at Bean's Station, where Martin detained him a few hours ere taking the road to the south. On the other hand, Foster started on the 6th, via Tazewell and Walker's Ford, toward the neck of Clinch Mountain, which opens out on Rutledge; but he found on the 7th this passage so strongly occupied that he did not dare to attack it, and proceeded to the south-west to reach Blain's Crossroads by turnianks and protected on the left by the river, on the right by the mountains, must endeavor to prevent the retreat of the enemy. Jones' two brigades, passing to the northward of Clinch Mountain, will occupy, at the neck of Bean's Station Gap, the Tazewell road, while Martin, who is to the southward of the Holston, will cross the river at Kelley's Ferry on the road from Morristown to Rutledge, to attack Shackelford in the rear if he should stand out against him, and quickly to pursue him if he ret
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Branch of Bank of the Old Dominion at Pearisburg. Bank of Philippi, Philippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester. Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1½@2 per ct. discount. Virginia Bank Notes that are at twenty Five per cent. Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent. discount: Bank of Manassas, Front Royal. Bank of Weston, Lewis county. Trans-Allegheny Bank of Jeffersonville, Tazewell. There are probably few, if any, of the notes of the last named Bank afloat, as it has been discredited for some years. Exchange on the North is still scarce and rates high. We quote on New York 4½ Philadelphia 4, and Baltimore 3 per cent. premium. North and South Carolina Bank notes are 5 per cent, discount, save the Planters' and Miners' Bank of Murphy, N. C., which is bought at 20 percent. discount. There is nothing new in a commercial way to notice, and hardly any c
y and branches, save at Staunton and Christiansburg. Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling. Manufacturers' and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling and branches. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, and branches. Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and Branches. Bank of Charleston, Malden, Kanawha. Bank of Berkeley, Martinsburg. Branch Bank of the Old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Philippi, Philippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent. discount. Virginia Bank notes that are at twenty-five per cent. Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent. discount: Bank of Manassas, Front Royal. Bank of Weston, Lewis county. Trans-Allegheny Bank of Jeffersonville, Tazewell. There are probably few, if any, of the notes of the last named Bank afloat, as it has been discredited for some years.
of the old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Phillippi, Phillippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. the Notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent. Discount. Virginia Bank Notes that are at twenty-five per cent. Discount. the Notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent. Discount: Bank of Manassas, Front Royal. Bank of Weston. Lewis county. Trans-Allegheny Bank of Jeffersonville, Tazewell. There are probably few, if any, of the notes of the last named Bank a float, as it has been discredited for some years. Sales of stocks in Richmond. Reported by John A. Lancaster & son, for week ending January 24th, 1861. Virginia 6 per cent. Registered Bonds, sales $81. Richmond City Bonds, sales $90. Petersburg City Bonds, no recent sales. Lynchburg City Bonds, no recent sales. Norfolk City Bonds, no recent sales. Exchange Bank Stock, sales $100. Farmers' Bank
Bank of the Valley and branches, save at Staunton and Christiansburg. Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling. Manufacturers' and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling and branches. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, and branches. Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and Branches. Bank of Charleston, Malden, Kanawha. Bank of Berkeley, Martinsburg. Branch Bank of the Old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Philippi, Philippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent, discount. Virginia Bank notes that are at twenty-Five per Cent, Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent. discount: Bank of Manassas, Front Royal. Bank of Weston, Lewis county. Trans-Allegheny Bank of Jeffersonville, Tazewell. There are probably few, if any, of the notes of the last named Bank afloat, as it has been discredited for some years.
ank of the Old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Philippi, Philippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent. discount. Virginia Bank notes that are at twenty-five per cent. Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent. discount: Bank of Manassas, front Royal. Bank of Weston, Lewis county. Trans-Allegheny Bank of Jeffersonville, Tazewell. there are probably few, if any, of the notes of the last named Bank about, as it has been discredited for some years. the Journal of Commerce has the following announcement: the Secretary of the Treasury has written to the Collector here confirming the statement which we made, that the only penalty which can be applied to the clearance of vessels from an United States port for a foreign country without the signature of a proper United States officer, is a fine against the m
Bank of the Valley and branches, save at Staunton and Christiansburg. Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling. Manufacturers and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling and branches. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, and branches. Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and Branches. Bank of Charleston, Malden, Kanawha. Bank of Berkeley, Martinsburg. Branch Bank of the Old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Phillippi, Phillippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent, discount. Virginia Bank notes that are at twenty-five per cent. Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent. discount: Bank of Manassas, Front Royal. Bank of Weston, Lewis county. Trans-Alleghany Bank of Jeffersonville, Tazewell. There are probably few, if any, of the notes of the last named Bank afloat, as it has been discredited for some years.
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