Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: September 1, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for August 30th or search for August 30th in all documents.

Your search returned 3 results in 3 document sections:

ommunication which, on the 10th instant, I addressed and delivered to Major John E. Mulford, Assistant Agent of Exchange. Under the circumstances of the case, I deem it proper to forward this paper to you, in order that you may fully understand the position which is taken by the Confederate authorities. I shall be glad if the proposition therein made is accepted by your Government. "Respectfully, your obedient servant, "Ro. Ould, Agent of Exchange." On the afternoon of the 30th of August, I was notified that the flag-of-truce steamer had again appeared at Varina. On the following day I sent to Major Mulford the following note, to wit: "Richmond, August 31, 1864. "Major John E. Mulford, "Assistant Agent of Exchange: "Sir: On the 10th of this month I addressed you a communication, to which I have received no answer. On the 22d instant, I also addressed a communication to Major-General E. A. Hitchcock, United States Commissioner of Exchange, enclosing a cop
From Mississippi. Osyka, August 29, via Mobile, August 30. --The enemy, seven thousand strong, is in full retreat for the river. Colonel Scott has all the roads blockaded in their front. Colonel McClellan is between them and the river. Colonel Ogden, with his command, and Major Campbell, with the First Louisiana artillery, are in pursuit. Prisoners are still coming in. Captain Bartlow's battery is close to the river. Captain John W. Leake, of Colonel Scott's staff; while carrying a very important dispatch, had his horse shot, and was slightly wounded himself.
From Mobile. Mobile, August 30. --A flag-of-truce boat has arrived, bringing letters and papers from New Orleans from the prisoners captured in Mobile boy. The Confederate surgeons are to be sent by the first base to Pascagoula. The Federal and Confederate Agents of Exchange have come to a perfect understanding. Prisoners are to be exchanged shortly. Six were in are off Dog River bar this evening.