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From the army of Northern Virginia The intelligence by the Central train last evening added nothing to the military information from the army of Gen. Lee and the Valley. The status of neither army had undergone any change.
The Daily Dispatch: January 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], The wreck of the steamer Vestafull particulars. (search)
ust before sunrise Capt. Eustace set fire to the vessel and afterwards began to save the baggage — At this time no sail was in sight, and not until some hours after, when attracted by the smoke of the burning ship, did one come in view, and it was quite two in the evening when she ranged alongside. Then all that remained of the Vesta was an empty, useless shell. Scarcely anything was saved, the passengers losing a portion of their baggage. A splendid suit of uniform, sent as a present to Gen. Lee, was also burned, and beside a large cargo of shoes and army goods belonging to the Government. It was a total loss. Soon after daybreak a company of the same guard come down to assist us, and from them we learned we were at Little River Inlet, S. C., some sixty miles south of where it was supposed we made the land. I have thus given a plain statement of facts regarding the loss of this fine steamer and her cargo, leaving all comment upon them until an investigation of the case shal
t. Joshua Gunnell, who recently received authority from the War Department to visit Richmond, for the purpose of securing the release of Union men of Fairfax county, has returned, the rebel authorities refusing to receive him. Charleston is to be occupied by the Yankees in sixty days from December 30th, "if everything works according to the plans laid out." So says the correspondent of the Boston Herald. The Yankees have captured Hugh Logan, who is charged with having piloted Gen. Lee's army into Pennsylvania.--He has been sent to Pennsylvania for trial. Major General Curtis has been assigned to the command of the Department of Kansas, which consists of Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, and the indian Territory. Capt. Wilson has been appointed Chief Commissary of the Army of the Potomac. He has five Lieut. Colonels under him. The Indianapolis (Indiana) papers record five highway robberies in the streets of that quiet city in two days. Gen. Rosecrans has be