Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Okolona (Mississippi, United States) or search for Okolona (Mississippi, United States) in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

on to which she was entitled under the Government of the United States. Referred to the Committee on Claims. Mr. Hill, of Ga, presented the memorial of the Banks of Savannah, Ga, asking a modification of the tax law. Mr. Burnett, from the Committee of Claims, reported a joint resolution for the relief of John D Sutherland, which was passed. Mr Henry, of Tenn, submitted joint resolutions of thanks to Gen Forrest and the officers and men under his command, for the victories of Okolona, Paducah, Union City, and Fort Pillow. Mr. Johnson, of Ark, offered a resolution, that all joint resolutions giving the thanks of Congress to officers and soldiers of the army or navy of the Confederate States shall, upon the second reading be referred to some one of the standing committees of the Senate, unless otherwise ordered by a majority of the Senate. Agreed to. Mr Wigfall submitted the following, which were made the special order for 1 o'clock Monday, and ordered to be pr
Major Freming, Chief Engineer and Superintendent of the M. & O. Railroad, was severely hurt near Okolona last Thursday. To escape the danger of a collision, he leaped from the cars and seriously fractured one of his legs. Some of the Paris journals having said that the Prince Imperial had been promoted to a sergeancy in the Grenadiers of the Guard, the Constitution net informs the world that the young gentleman is still a corporal therein. A London actor named Seymour recently made his debut in an extravaganza, and was much applauded. In the fourth scene he fell on the stage in a fit, and died in a short time thereafter. M. Legoyt, of the French Ministry of Agriculture, Commerce, and Public Works, calculates that the armies of Europe now comprise 3,815,847 men, and cost annually £145,000,000 sterling. During March 35 ships sailed from Liverpool for the United States, with 13,118 steerage and 359 cabin passengers 2,602 were English, 314 Scoten, 9250 fresh,