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seemed to be aimed at Cape Girardeau, while Price probably strikes at Springfield. These places are well fortified, and have garrisons strong enough to repel any attack. The New York State Democratic Convention. The New York State Democratic Convention was in session at Albany, on Thursday last, passed resolutions ratifying the Chicago nomination and eulogizing McClellan. The following is the first of the series of resolutions: Resolved, That the Democracy of New York, through their representatives in convention assembled, ratify and endorse the nomination of General George B. McClellan for President, and George H. Pendleton for Vice-President, of the United States, and that we pledge to them the electoral vote of the Empire State. From Port Royal. A telegram from New York says that General Foster has ordered a draft of all the "colored citizens" in his department. Gold. Gold opened at 227½ on the 15th and closed at 228, the rate of the day before.
The Daily Dispatch: September 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Confederate officers placed under fire. (search)
The Confederate officers placed under fire. Captain Gilchrist returned from Port Royal (where he had communicated under flag of truce with the enemy) to Charleston on the 15th instant. He brought a letter from Foster officially notifying General Jones that the Confederate officers, prisoners of war, lately sent to this department, are now confined, under fire, near Cumming's Point, Morris island; that they have been placed within a roomy stockade and provided with tents and with supplies of food as nearly as possible approximating the Confederate ration; and that, upon receiving an official assurance from General Jones that the Federal prisoners now in Charleston have been removed from under fire, he will at once relieve, in like manner, the six hundred Confederate officers now in his power.