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The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Fourth in Halifax — Creps, &c. (search)
Hustings Court --Tuesday, July 9th.--James B. Royster plead guilty to allowing his slave to go at large, and was fined $10 and costs. Two indictments for misdemeanors, pending against David W. Hughes, were dismissed by node prosequi; and two indictments against John T. Ferneyhough for felony, were dismissed in the same way. The Clerk was directed to have a new seal of the Court made, at a cost not exceeding twenty-five dollars. Adjourned.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.religion in the Camp. Headquarters 19th Regiment Va. Vols., Centreville, Fairfax Co., July 9. Many readers of the Dispatch having relatives and friends in the army, are concerned about the religious privileges which we enjoy. A brief sketch of this feature of camp life in the 19th Regiment will doubtless be gratifying to them. Every night the voice of prayer and praise is heard in one or more of the tents, and on the Sabbath mornings and evenings, and on Wednesday nights, sermons are preached in a church in the immediate vicinity of the camp by the chaplain, the Rev. P. Slaughter, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Griffin. --The interest of these services was much enhanced on last Sunday by the celebration of the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper, and by the admission of three officers to their first communion. Many hearty prayers were offered that they may manfully fight under the banner of the cross, and continue Christ's faithfu
Northern Congress. Washington, July 9 --The Speaker of the House of Representatives has appointed the committees. The chairman of the Committee on Elections is Mr. Davis; on Claims, Mr. Fenton; on Commerce, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois; on Public Lands, Mr. Potter; on Postal Affairs, Mr. Morrill, of Maryland; on the District of Columbia, Mr. Conkling; on the Judiciary, Mr. Hickman; on Revolutionary Claims, Mr. Duet; on Public Expenditures, Mr. Covode; on the Militia, Mr. Var Valkenburg; and on the Navy, Mr. Sedgwick The Committee on Ways and Means are Messrs. Stephens, Morrill of Vermont, Phelps, Spalding, Appleton, Corning, Horton, McClelland and Stratton. The Committee on Foreign Affairs are Messrs. Crittenden, Gooch, Cox, White of Indiana, McKnight, Burnham, Thomas of Maryland, Pomeroy and Fisher. The Chairman of the Committee on Pensions is Mr. Van Wyck, and on Roads and Canals is Mr. Mallory.
Washington Gossip. Washington, July 9. --It is stated here that Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, reports that the Secession feeling is strong on the Eastern Shore, and he wants Federal troops to protect the Union men there. The Cabinet had a consultation to-day with Gen. Scott about sending troops to that portion of Maryland, but the result is not known Mr. Valiandigham declared, in the Democratic caucus last night, that he preferred peace to the preservation of the Union. Col. Taylor has arrived in Washington with a flag of truce. A thousand rumors are a float in reference to his mission, but it is believed that it refers to an exchange of prisoners. It is stated that Gen. Scott is in hourly expectation of intelligence of a battle between Generals Patterson and Johnston, at Edwards' Ferry The Government has sent reinforcements When the courier left for assistance two Federalists were dead. At Buckhannon, Capt.Barrett's company, of the Ninth Ohio Regim
War movements reported at Washington. Washington, July 9. --Col. Stone's command has joined that of Gen. Patterson, and all are pushing ahead. Gen. Johnston's forces have evidently been reinforced. There are many reports of battles having occurred, but there is no confirmation of such reports at the War Department here. Gen. Patterson's communications with the War Department have been very irregularly received within the past sixty hours. Much dissatisfaction, anxiety and intense interest are exhibited in regard to General Patterson's advance in to Virginia. Gen. Beauregard has felled the forests around Manassas, and is guarding the approaches. It is believed here (in Washington,) that Gen. Beauregard is sending reinforcements to Gen. Johnston. Gen. McClellan's forces are moving towards the Cumberland Gap. The East Tennessee and Confederate troops are again entering the lines at Falls Church. The Federal steamer Pocahontas is anchored
The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], Red Sulphur Springs and the Giles county Volunteers. (search)
Had enough of Soldiering. Cairo, July 9. --Saturday and Sunday were occupied in taking the votes of the Regiments as to whether they will enlist for three years or not. Cook's Regiment voted forty in favor of the three years enlistment; McArthur's Regiment voted fifty in favor, and Oglesby's Regiment voted one hundred and fifty in favor of three years. The other portions of these Regiments voted in favor of disbanding. The other Regiments will show a similar unsatisfactory result. The troops have not yet received any pay.
Federal movements in Missouri. St. Louis, July 9 --Two Illinois Federal Regiments have left for the interior. Gen. Lyon is within two days march of Booneville. He is South of that point. His Federal force, on their march, surrounded a town and compelled everybody to take Lincoln's of allegiance.
From South Carolina. Columbia, S. C., July 9. --Gov. Pickens has issued his proclamation convening the South Carolina Legislature at Columbia on the first Wednesday in November, to vote for electors for President and Vice President of the Confederate States, and two Senators. He has also issued writs of election for members of Congress from the several Electoral Districts.
Lincoln's War Policy. Washington, July 9. --A joint resolution will soon be introduced, legalizing President Lincoln's acts. The pay of privates in the army is to be increased, and the general expenditures of the Government are to be reduced.
Patterson Calls for reinforcements. Washington, July 9 --Gen. Patterson has sent to the War Department for reinforcements. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, July 9.--Six regiments have gone to Gen. Patterson's assistance. Patterson Calls for reinforcements. Washington, July 9 --Gen. Patterson has sent to the War Department for reinforcements. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, July 9.--Six regiments have gone to Gen. Patterson's assistance.
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