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ed" that Denmark would assent to the conference plan. The Danish batteries are armed with French rifled guns. The Pope was seriously Ill. Collisions between the French and Papal troops still continued in the streets of Rome. The Liverpool cotton market was firm, with prices unchanged, on the 19th of March. Breadstuffs were very dull. Provisions quiet and steady. Consols closed in London, on the 19th of March at 91 ½a 91 for money. After official hours the quotations were 91 ¼a92. d" that Denmark would assent to the conference plan. The Danish batteries are armed with French rifled guns. The Pope was seriously Ill. Collisions between the French and Papal troops still continued in the streets of Rome. The Liverpool cotton market was firm, with prices unchanged, on the 19th of March. Breadstuffs were very dull. Provisions quiet and steady. Consols closed in London, on the 19th of March at 91 ½a 91 for money. After official hours the quotations were 91 ¼a9
From the Southwest. Atlanta, April 2. --Advices from New Orleans, to the 19th ult., are received. They state that Alexandria surrendered to Porter's fleet without opposition. The Yankee cavalry advance occupy New Iberia. Guerillas have appeared in the vicinity of Baton Rouge, and had several skirmishes with the 4th Wisconsin mounted infantry. Cairo advices, of the 26th of March, state that the fleet was still off Alexandria, but nothing definite had been received from Banks and Steel. It is reported that Banks was receiving considerable opposition from the forces of Dick Taylor. Brownsville advices via New Orleans, March 19th, report that there was no prospect of a fight in Texas. Nine French frigates had appeared off the mouth of the river, and an attack on Matamoras was expected.
The Daily Dispatch: April 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Schofield's last move in East Tennessee. (search)
200 dollars reward. --Ran off on 19th March a negro woman named Creasy, a way small black woman, thick lines, and large nose, and very short spoken. Carried on with her two few striped homespun yarn dresses, one brown and the other black. The above reward will be gives for her apprehension if taken out of the county of one hundred if taken in the county, in either case to be delivered to me or secured in jail so I get her again. William Priddy Negro Foot P. O, Hanover co, Va. ap 2--6t*