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The Daily Dispatch: May 22, 1863., [Electronic resource], Jonathan and John Bull-Pent-up wrath (search)
Wreck of a blockade Runner. Charleston, May 21. --The steamer Norseman, with 150 bales of cotton, for Nassau, in going out last night, struck a snag, supposed to be the wreck of the Georgiana. She was run ashore on Long Island beach, and is believed to be a total wreck.
Later from the North. arrival of Farragut at New Orleans — capture of Yankee cavalry — from the Southwest--Grierson's raid — European affairs, &c. [from our own Reporter] Fredericksburg, May 21. --The New York Herald, of the 18th inst., has been received, and the following is a summary of the news taken from its columns: Admiral Farragut has arrived in New Orleans. Admiral Porter's fleet has captured Alexandria, La. Two blockade runners arrived at Nassau on the 9th from Charleston, and eight cleared on the 9th for Southern ports. A body of rebels captured at Charlestown, Va., on Friday night, a party of U. S. cavalry. Schenck sent out from Milroy's command to intercept them, and overtook them at Piedmont Station, recaptured them and 40 rebels. The Herald thinks cavalry raids will be a most valuable arm of the service in suppressing the rebellion. The raids always excite alarm and terror among the people. From the Southwest.--Grant at<
A sharp Knave. --A clerk named James A E dey, temporarily employed in one of the large auction houses in Charleston, after pocketing $19,000 of his employer's funds, made off in the steamship Britannia for Nassau, leaving his adieux in the shape of a polite note to the gentleman he had so coolly swindled.