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y the Government.--When arrested he was stript stark naked in the street, before a hooting mob, and his clothes searched. The 5th Massachusetts regiment, whose time expired at Newbern, N. C., has arrived at Fortress Monroe and volunteered for Dix's "On to Richmond." Gold was quoted in New York, on the 26th, at 144½. Cotton 65 to 67 cents per pound. Commodore Stockton, who was appointed a Major-General last winter, has taken command of the division of the New Jersey State soldiers which is being raised for the defence of Pennsylvania. Gen. Dix has restored civil law and government over Norfolk county and the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth, to a certain extent. George W. Jones, late Minister to New Grenada, who was arrested in November, 1861, by the Government, and kept four months in Fort Lafayette, has sued Secretary Seward for $50,000 damages. The case is just entered in the Supreme Court of New York. Each district Marshal of New York has 50 men eng
The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Federal on the Peninsula — an advance. (search)
The Federal on the Peninsula — an advance. The Federal force on the Peninsula made an advance yesterday and the night before. They now occupy the Cross Roads, in New Kent county, about 5 miles from Bottom's Bridge, and 18 miles from Richmond. The reports received yesterday evening by the York river train state that on Tuesday night a force commenced moving from the White House towards the Cross Roads, and that yesterday morning more troops followed. Gen. Dix had arrived at the White House and taken command of the whole army. Gens. Keyes and Gordon were at the Cross Roads. The Federal have been reinforcing at the White House during the past three days, and it is stated that among the reinforcements was Gen. Peck's command from Suffolk. Tois is, doubtless, true, as the Yankees have been fortifying around Norfolk some time, preparatory to falling back there from Suffolk, and on Thursday last all the "contra bands" at Suffolk were sent down to Norfolk. It is very doubtful wheth