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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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e circle in which he moved, from the fact of his efforts to create a prejudice against Gen. Fremont. He expressed his disgust, too, at the General's having taken several foreigners into his staff. The Missing steamer Keystone State. The steamer Keystone State, which left Detroit for Milwaukee on the 8th ult., and which it is believed has been wrecked, had on board twenty-nine persons, all of whom are supposed to be lost. The following are the chief officers of the vessel:--Captain, Wilkes Traverse; engineer, Alexander Kent; mate, Louis Ranhen; clerk, Mr. Ritt. The steamer belonged to Messrs. Ritt & Handel, of Detroit, and was valued at $7,000. Col. Graham restored to his command. It is stated that Col. C. K. Graham, of the Fifth Regiment, Excelsior Brigade, who was arrested for destroying some building at Mathias Point, in his late reconnaissance, has been honorably restored to duty by Gen. McClellan, and ordered to join his regiment without delay. Officers ret