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June, 9 AD (search for this): article 1
Arrest of a Virginian — the Confederate force at Leesburg — Government contracts. Washington, Sept. 6. --B. F. Gallagher, the Paymaster of the Navy, and a native of Virginia, has been arrested. The Government is endeavoring to make contracts for procuring provisions, payable in Treasury notes. Late advices received here from Montgomery county, Maryland, state that there are 7,000 Confederate troops at Leesburg. Entrenchments are going on rapidly. The Confederate pickets line the shore of the river to guard the fords. The War Department has sent word to hold Fort Hatteras permanently. Brigadier General Burr, of California, has arrived, and will be assigned to a comman
B. F. Gallagher (search for this): article 1
Arrest of a Virginian — the Confederate force at Leesburg — Government contracts. Washington, Sept. 6. --B. F. Gallagher, the Paymaster of the Navy, and a native of Virginia, has been arrested. The Government is endeavoring to make contracts for procuring provisions, payable in Treasury notes. Late advices received here from Montgomery county, Maryland, state that there are 7,000 Confederate troops at Leesburg. Entrenchments are going on rapidly. The Confederate pickets line the shore of the river to guard the fords. The War Department has sent word to hold Fort Hatteras permanently. Brigadier General Burr, of California, has arrived, and will be assigned to a comman
California (California, United States) (search for this): article 1
Arrest of a Virginian — the Confederate force at Leesburg — Government contracts. Washington, Sept. 6. --B. F. Gallagher, the Paymaster of the Navy, and a native of Virginia, has been arrested. The Government is endeavoring to make contracts for procuring provisions, payable in Treasury notes. Late advices received here from Montgomery county, Maryland, state that there are 7,000 Confederate troops at Leesburg. Entrenchments are going on rapidly. The Confederate pickets line the shore of the river to guard the fords. The War Department has sent word to hold Fort Hatteras permanently. Brigadier General Burr, of California, has arrived, and will be assigned to a comman
Montgomery County (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
Arrest of a Virginian — the Confederate force at Leesburg — Government contracts. Washington, Sept. 6. --B. F. Gallagher, the Paymaster of the Navy, and a native of Virginia, has been arrested. The Government is endeavoring to make contracts for procuring provisions, payable in Treasury notes. Late advices received here from Montgomery county, Maryland, state that there are 7,000 Confederate troops at Leesburg. Entrenchments are going on rapidly. The Confederate pickets line the shore of the river to guard the fords. The War Department has sent word to hold Fort Hatteras permanently. Brigadier General Burr, of California, has arrived, and will be assigned to a comman
Yankee Doodle (search for this): article 1
id he go fighting for. Everlasting goney! Yankee Doodle was a chap Who bragged and swore tarnationd vanity to flatter, Yankee Doodle, &c. Yankee Doodle, having floored His separated brothers, Berom Britain's crown He Canada would sever, Yankee Doodle, &c. England offering neutral sauce To goose as well as gander, Was what made Yankee Doodle cross, And did inflame his dander, As though w a course impartial, Yankee Doodle, &c. Yankee Doodle bore in mind, When warfare England harasserouble with a base Vindictive exultation. Yankee Doodle, &c. We for North and South alike Enteren of equal mettle. Yankee Doodle, &c. Yankee Doodle, near Bull Run, Met his adversary; First hll stampede, From famed Manassas Junction. Yankee Doodle, &c. As he holted, no ways slow, Yankeeo public view, Showing the white feather. Yankee Doodle, &c. Yankee Doodle, Doodle Do, Whither p a tree, To seize that there possession. Yankee Doodle, &c. Yankee Doodle, be content, You've [11 more...]
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y much disorganized. Bodies armed men patrol streets all night. Every one armed to teeth, if they have teeth; very often have not in this country, in which case, armed to upper lip or organ of philoprogenitiveness. Have been arrested five times, brought before vigilance committee, suspicious character, who was I? where did I come from? &c., &c. Stated was personal friend of Mr. Punch, special correspondent. All right, let off immediately. Mr. Punch greatly respected here, next to General Washington. Attended grand caucus last night — great demonstration. Principal speaker burst all buttons off shirt front, said if Northern States would only contract to carry the mails as usual, and supply them with ice, poultry, hay and fire-arms, South Carolina would never surrender, rather perish! Patriot's grave better far than something else — patriot's everything better than everything else, nothing like patriots, in fact every man not patriot ought to have his head punched (or words
July 21st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
c. Yankee Doodle, be content, You've had a lenient whipping; Court not further punishment By enterprise of stripping Those neighbors, whom if you assail, They'll surely whip you hollow; Moreover, when you've turned your tail, Won't hesitate to follow. Yankee Doodle, &c. What the accounts of the battle of Manassas should be written on. Flying sheets. Four Inscriptions for a Monument, To be Erected in Virginia, on the Scene of the Great Stampede of the Federal Army, July 21, 1861. First face.[by the Times' special correspondent.]Bull Run. Bull Run? Which Bull? Write out the name in full. That when posterity the tale shall con. She may be thoroughly aware the Bull That made the run, was Jonathan, not John. Second face.[by a Yankee Volunteer.]Manassas Junction. I Jonathan, here own in confusion and compunction. With a curse for those who blundered and a blush for those who ran. That in the composition of the said Manassas
ut off supply of ice, Southerners will have none to make mint juleps; whole South in a state of Ancient Mariner, have to cave in, and there will be an end of this escapade. Once more eagle will soar above prostrate body of defeated anarchy; lion will lie down with lamb; everything O. K.* Talking of customs of country, I wish you would publish accompanying portrait of Col. Bronze, gentlemanly proprietor of Pavilion Hotel. Also, portraits of Jim Snookenback, gentlemanly barkeeper, and Mr. Kelly, gentlemanly porter of hotel. These little attentions quite usual, I assure you — custom of country. Hope you will not allow yourself to be influenced by any absurd, preconceived prejudices against pulling; if so, it will seriously embarrass private arrangements of Yours, Gorilla. [We have received 1,376 applications from gentlemen residing in America, each applicant offering to become our war correspondent. We will see about it; but at the same time it is doubtful whether we shall wan
c struck he fled, with speed Of lightning glib with unction Of slippery grease, in full stampede, From famed Manassas Junction. Yankee Doodle, &c. As he holted, no ways slow, Yankee Doodle hollored "We are whipped!" and fled, although No pursuer followed. Sword and gun right slick he threw Both away together, In his cap, to public view, Showing the white feather. Yankee Doodle, &c. Yankee Doodle, Doodle Do, Whither are you flying! "A cocked-hat we've been licked into, And knocked to Hades," crying. Well, to Canada, air-ee, Now that, by secession, I am driven up a tree, To seize that there possession. Yankee Doodle, &c. Yankee Doodle, be content, You've had a lenient whipping; Court not further punishment By enterprise of stripping Those neighbors, whom if you assail, They'll surely whip you hollow; Moreover, when you've turned your tail, Won't hesitate to follow. Yankee Doodle, &c. What the accounts of the battle of Manassas should be written on. Flying sheet
t, still find it inconvenient in sitting down — feel as if I had received ticket to Orthopedic Institution, and been very thoroughly treated. However, I hope to avoid any unpleasant feeling by carefully conforming to customs of country — am conforming continually — consequence is, am becoming very popular — great number of distinguished persons already call me Jim — drink with every one; this morning took two "stone walls" and a "General Jackson" before breakfast. After breakfast met Judge King--invited me to "smile," and we smiled; presently joined by Deacon Mason, smiled again; (in this land you can smile and smile, and not be a villain,) result was, I drank three "brandy cocktails," two "gin slings," one "buttered rum," and a "moral suasion" by lunch time; obliged to do it in order to maintain social position. Find am getting very popular — met Governor Pickens to-day — offered me post of Judge of Supreme Court, "when things got fixed up a bit;" informed him I knew not
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