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Ix. December, 1861 Gen. Lee ordered South. Gen. Stuart ambuscaded at Drainsville. W. H. B. Custis returns to the Eastern Shore. Winder's detectives. Kentucky secedes. Judge Perkins's resolution. Dibble goes North. waiting for great Britain to do something. Mr. Ely, the Yankee M. C. December 1 The people here begin to murmur at the idea that they are questioned about their loyalty, and often arrested, by Baltimore petty larceny detectives, who, if they were patriotic the
ving promised to procure a passport for Stone from Gen. Huger.
The President's private secretary, Capt. Josselyn, was in to-day.
He had no news.
We hear to-day that the loyal men of Kentucky have met in convention and adopted an ordinance of secession and union with our Confederacy.
Bravo, Col. Edward Johnson!
He was attacked by 5000 Yankees on the Alleghany Mountains, and he has beaten them with 1200 men. They sa