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t of the Mississippi it would be virtually an announcement that that section was to be given up to the enemy. The question was discussed by Messrs. Oldham and Johnson for, and Wigfall against the amendment first introduced. The amendment of Mr. Wigfall was rejected. The amendment of Mr. Johnson was adopted. The bill passed, and then the Senate, on motion, went into Executive session. House of Representatives.--House met at 11 o'clock. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Moore. Mr. Lander, of N. C., asked leave of absence for his colleague, Mr. Gaither, who has been detained from the House for some ten days by serious sickness. The leave was granted. Leave was also granted Messrs. Moore, Bruce, and Machen, of Ky. On motion of Mr. Foote, of Tenn., the House went into secret session on a report from the Committee of Foreign Affairs, and having spent some time therein, again resolved itself into open session. The special order of the day, the Exemption bill from th
th do; Lieut W. G N. 18th do; W P Emmett, 3d Col R Y Bennett, 14th do; H Atwell, 19th do; A J Williams, co F 30th do; Chestley Jordan, G F Smayer; S C Furgerson. 16th do; W H Jones 48th do; J B McCaw; J C Metcalf, co B. 54th do; J M Yackriff, co B, 25th do; D Houck, 6th do; A Russell co H. 54th do; Lieut. H J Mctical, 30th do; J D Beyan, 2d cavalry; Brady, 3d N C; Capt Miller, 1st do; J A Homes 4th do; J H Johnson, 17th do; Col--,2d do; John Murklin, 14th do; Sennett Townsend, 28th do; J H Lander, 3d do; W H Jones, 48th do; Captain John Crimes 4th do; G H Wilson; 49th do; Captain J C Mc, 39th do; A S McDowell, co C, 54th do; W H McBrovie, 4th do; W A Holt H D; J Steward, 49th do; Capt. A S Jordan, 19th do; S C Terry, 2d cavalry; W H Peoples, 7th do; J Parker; W P Herton; R W Stintson, 46th N C reg't; Lieut. D Sexion, 15th do D C Dearman co C, 42d do; Col W C D Rossett, 3d do; W F Matherson, 33th do; care Capt. D S C, 54th do; Quartermaster, 30th do; Lt A C Banner co K, 48th do; Capt
lapp, Clarke, Clopton, Colder, Dejarne to, Dupre, Foote, Foster, Gardenhier, Garnett, Gartrall, Goods, Hanley, Heiskell, Herbert, Holcombe, Jeness, Kenan of N. C. Lyon, Marshall, Mensess, Miles Miller, Munnerlyn, Perkins, Simpson, Smith of Ala, smith of M. C. Smith of Va. Vast, Villers, Weight of Tenn, and Mr. Speaker--43; Note--Messrs. Barksdale, Burnett. Chambers, Conrad, Conrow, Carry, Elliott, Ewing, Farrow, Freeman, Garland, Graham, Gray, Harris, Hartridge, Hilton, Hodge, Kenner, Lander, Machan, McDowell MoRas, McQueen, Moore Pughkoyston, Sexton, Strickland, Swann, Trippe, Welch and Wilcox--35. The resolutions an amended were then ordered to a third reading, and being placed upon their passage were agreed to. Mr. Barksdale of Miss., introduced a series of joint resolutions on the subject of the war, and in relation to the free navigation of the Mississippi river, and moved a suspension of the rules with a view to having them referred to the Committee on Fore
uld make a very interesting book, if all the false rumors and reports that have been started since the beginning of the war could be collected and published in a single volume. In the beginning of our troubles, two Maryland gentlemen arrested Col. Lander and another Federal officer, who were on their way from Washington to Annapolis, with dispatches, and took them before Gov Hicks, of Maryland, by whom they were of course at once discharged. The story of this simple occurrence, by the time that it reached Richmond, assumed a character that set the whole town wild with excitement. Bulletin boards were crowded, and from lip to lip flew the astounding news. The New York 7th Regiment--such was the form which the arrest of Lander had assumed — was passing from Annapolis to Washington, when it was ambuscaded by a band of gallant Baltimoreans and "cut all to pieces." The scene was described with great partiality; the cars, containing the hapless 7th Regiment, was made to run off the trac
Jno. Localm Jno Latimor it J. R. Lacy Jno A. Loveil opt. Jas. Ladd Jno. Lutplin Dr J. T. Lott J. B. Lea J. V. Lyans J. Lynsman J. M. lottler Jno L. Labew S. C. Levy S. Lumpkin T. D. Lyon T. T. Lipscombe T. Lawa T. A. Lillis Thos. Lyday T. L. Long it T. D. Lyneman H. Lawson H. Levey H. J. Little opt. R. D. 3 Luckey Ro Lafong E. O. Lamb E. Lipke E. Long E. B. Lassers E. Lierh Dr C. T. Langford c. h. Lambert c. Lingle D. w. Lander master Dennis Lawson A. Lenher Mr. Latham Cpt. A. C. Lappington A. M. Lance Major. Lamberth A. T. Labarre M. Lecke M. Lipscomb N. Little W. Lenderman L. j. Leightsoy J. J. Lee h. Lindeey Jno. Lightford G. A. Lewery A. J. Lithgow w. T. Leans W. H. Lankford Capt. w. c. 2 Leyd W. Lee W. H. Miller N. R. Minns w. May R. P. Murdock Dr. R. Myres E. D. Moore E. P. Makey E. h. Maddox E. M. Moore cpt. E. B. Mays Ed. marshall S. P. Mill
The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties among General officers on both Sides during the War. (search)
g General officers on both Sides during the War. The following is a list of the Yankee Generals killed, died, and resigned since the war: Killed or Died from Wounds in Battle.--Major Generals Philip Kearney, at Chantilly; Isaac I Stevens, Chantilly; Jesse L Reno, South Mountain; J K T Mansfield, Antietam; Israel B Richardson, Antietam; Hiram G Berry, Chancellorsville; A W Whipple, Chancellorsville; John F Reynolds, Gettysburg. Brigadier-Generals Nath'l Lyon, Wilson's Creek; F W Lander, Edwards's Ferry; W H L Wallace, Shiloh; Thos Williams, Baton Rouge; H Bohlen, Rappahannock Ford; Geo W Taylor, Manassas; Isaac P Rodman, Antietam; P A Hackleman, Corinth; Jas S Jackson, Perryville; W K Terrill, Perryville; Geo D Bayard, Fredericksburg; C F Jackson, Fredericksburg; Joshua W Sill, Stone river; E N Kirk, Stone river; Edmund Kirby, Chancellorsville; Geo Boomer, Vicksburg; Stephen H Weed, Gettysburg; E J Farnsworth, Gettysburg; S K Zook, Gettysburg; Geo C Strong, Morris Island;
ington 30; for Joseph Turner (Conservative) O. Companies C, F, and K, from Warren Co.: For Arrington 50; Turner O. Co. H, from Nash Co.: Arrington 15; Turner 6. 2d district.--Co. G gives R. R. Bridgers 11; Lt. Col. E. C. Yellowley 12. 8th district.--Companies A and E gave Lander 45; Dr. J G Ramsey (Conservative) none. In the 20th regiment Lander, so far, has 36, Ramsay 3, and Staneill 1. The voting, per regiment, so far as heard from, is almost unanimous for Arrington. J. ington 30; for Joseph Turner (Conservative) O. Companies C, F, and K, from Warren Co.: For Arrington 50; Turner O. Co. H, from Nash Co.: Arrington 15; Turner 6. 2d district.--Co. G gives R. R. Bridgers 11; Lt. Col. E. C. Yellowley 12. 8th district.--Companies A and E gave Lander 45; Dr. J G Ramsey (Conservative) none. In the 20th regiment Lander, so far, has 36, Ramsay 3, and Staneill 1. The voting, per regiment, so far as heard from, is almost unanimous for Arrington. J.
, 37; Bridges, 22. Weldon — Yellowby, 4; Bridges, 47. Hillsboro'--Turner, 205; Arrington, 50. Salisbury — Ramsay, 233; Lander, 114. Charlotte — Lander, 389; Ramsay, 54. Durham's — Turner, 56; Arrington, 38. Greensboro'--Gilmer's majority, 215. Lander, 389; Ramsay, 54. Durham's — Turner, 56; Arrington, 38. Greensboro'--Gilmer's majority, 215. High Point — Brown's majority over Gilmer, 551 Lexington — Ashe, 111; Chatham, 75. Concord — Lander, 111; Ramsay, 102. Harrisonburg — Lander, 30; Ramsay, 1. Three precincts in Wayne county--McRae, 236; Leach; 66. Turner is believed to be elected i's majority over Gilmer, 551 Lexington — Ashe, 111; Chatham, 75. Concord — Lander, 111; Ramsay, 102. Harrisonburg — Lander, 30; Ramsay, 1. Three precincts in Wayne county--McRae, 236; Leach; 66. Turner is believed to be elected in this district. 's majority over Gilmer, 551 Lexington — Ashe, 111; Chatham, 75. Concord — Lander, 111; Ramsay, 102. Harrisonburg — Lander, 30; Ramsay, 1. Three precincts in Wayne county--McRae, 236; Leach; 66. Turner is believed to
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Troops Mustered in by the Yankees. (search)
and Meares in the 4th district. Not enough returns received from other districts to indicate the result.--It is thought here that Christian is elected over Ashe in the 7th district. [Second Dispatch.] Raleigh, Nov. 5. --Ramsay leads Lander about 700 in the 8th district, with Union, Cleaved, and Catawba counties to hear from. Ramsay is probably elected. Wilmington, Nov. 5.--Smith is probably elected in the first district; Bridgers in the second; the third is doubtful; Fuller p Raleigh, Nov. 5. --Ramsay leads Lander about 700 in the 8th district, with Union, Cleaved, and Catawba counties to hear from. Ramsay is probably elected. Wilmington, Nov. 5.--Smith is probably elected in the first district; Bridgers in the second; the third is doubtful; Fuller probably in the fourth; the fifth is very doubtful; in the sixth Gilmer is probably elected; in the seventh too little is known to judge; in the eighth Lander is elected; the ninth and tenth not heard from.
North Carolina election. Raleigh, Nov. 9. --Catawba county has gone for Ramsay by 60 majority. Ramsay is thought to be elected over Lander. Partial return from the 9th and 10th districts indicate the election of Gaither over Lander. North Carolina election. Raleigh, Nov. 9. --Catawba county has gone for Ramsay by 60 majority. Ramsay is thought to be elected over Lander. Partial return from the 9th and 10th districts indicate the election of Gaither over Lander.
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