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Hampton Roads (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
a first-class sailing frigate was towed up to Newport News and came to anchor. The entrance to James River is, therefore, now well blockaded, there being two large frigates off the point. The steamer Adelaide, one of the regular steam-packet Bay Line between Norfolk and Baltimore, is still at the Government wharf; at Old Point. On Saturday, seven vessels in the offing were boarded by a Federal steamer, and a number of small vessels were entering the bay. There are now in and about Hampton Roads two first-class frigates, one sailing corvette, two transport propellers, one side-wheel steamer, four small propellers, thirty-two schooners, and three old coal hulks. The Richmond Grays, of Richmond, Capt. Elliott, will engage their quarters to-morrow. The following is a copy of a permit found in possession of a man recently arrested near this city: "Head's Department of Virginia,"Fortress Monroe,July 10, 1861. "John Doe having taken the oath of allegiance to the Unit
Old Point (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 2
he Richmond Grays — arrest of a Unionist — affair for the police. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Sept. 30th, 1861. Yesterday, at 4 o'clock, a first-class sailing frigate was towed up to Newport News and came to anchor. The entrance to James River is, therefore, now well blockaded, there being two large frigates off the point. The steamer Adelaide, one of the regular steam-packet Bay Line between Norfolk and Baltimore, is still at the Government wharf; at Old Point. On Saturday, seven vessels in the offing were boarded by a Federal steamer, and a number of small vessels were entering the bay. There are now in and about Hampton Roads two first-class frigates, one sailing corvette, two transport propellers, one side-wheel steamer, four small propellers, thirty-two schooners, and three old coal hulks. The Richmond Grays, of Richmond, Capt. Elliott, will engage their quarters to-morrow. The following is a copy of a permit found in possession o
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
d a number of small vessels were entering the bay. There are now in and about Hampton Roads two first-class frigates, one sailing corvette, two transport propellers, one side-wheel steamer, four small propellers, thirty-two schooners, and three old coal hulks. The Richmond Grays, of Richmond, Capt. Elliott, will engage their quarters to-morrow. The following is a copy of a permit found in possession of a man recently arrested near this city: "Head's Department of Virginia,"Fortress Monroe,July 10, 1861. "John Doe having taken the oath of allegiance to the United States, and having given his parole of honor not to take up arms against the United States, or give aid, comfort, or counsel to the enemies of the United States, he will receive the protection of all the troops of the United States. "Benj. F. Butler,"Major General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne
United States (United States) (search for this): article 2
ead's Department of Virginia,"Fortress Monroe,July 10, 1861. "John Doe having taken the oath of allegiance to the United States, and having given his parole of honor not to take up arms against the United States, or give aid, comfort, or counselUnited States, or give aid, comfort, or counsel to the enemies of the United States, he will receive the protection of all the troops of the United States. "Benj. F. Butler,"Major General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residingUnited States, he will receive the protection of all the troops of the United States. "Benj. F. Butler,"Major General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne county, were arrested at the residence of Shepherd by members of the Princess Anne Cavalry, and brought to this city yesterday. The charge was that Webber, who had been refused permission to go North, had goneUnited States. "Benj. F. Butler,"Major General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne county, were arrested at the residence of Shepherd by members of the Princess Anne Cavalry, and brought to this city yesterday. The charge was that Webber, who had been refused permission to go North, had gone down to Shepherd's with the intention of getting off to one of the Federal ships, and that Shepherd was aiding him in the effort to effect his escape. They appeared before Mayor Lamb yesterday, who, ascertaining no proof against the parties, held
f the regular steam-packet Bay Line between Norfolk and Baltimore, is still at the Government wharf; at Old Point. On Saturday, seven vessels in the offing were boarded by a Federal steamer, and a number of small vessels were entering the bay. There are now in and about Hampton Roads two first-class frigates, one sailing corvette, two transport propellers, one side-wheel steamer, four small propellers, thirty-two schooners, and three old coal hulks. The Richmond Grays, of Richmond, Capt. Elliott, will engage their quarters to-morrow. The following is a copy of a permit found in possession of a man recently arrested near this city: "Head's Department of Virginia,"Fortress Monroe,July 10, 1861. "John Doe having taken the oath of allegiance to the United States, and having given his parole of honor not to take up arms against the United States, or give aid, comfort, or counsel to the enemies of the United States, he will receive the protection of all the troops of the
entering the bay. There are now in and about Hampton Roads two first-class frigates, one sailing corvette, two transport propellers, one side-wheel steamer, four small propellers, thirty-two schooners, and three old coal hulks. The Richmond Grays, of Richmond, Capt. Elliott, will engage their quarters to-morrow. The following is a copy of a permit found in possession of a man recently arrested near this city: "Head's Department of Virginia,"Fortress Monroe,July 10, 1861. "John Doe having taken the oath of allegiance to the United States, and having given his parole of honor not to take up arms against the United States, or give aid, comfort, or counsel to the enemies of the United States, he will receive the protection of all the troops of the United States. "Benj. F. Butler,"Major General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne county, were arrested at the resi
or General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne county, were arrested at the residence of ShephShepherd by members of the Princess Anne Cavalry, and brought to this city yesterday. The charge was that Webber, who had been refused permission to go North, had gone down to Shepherd's with the intentioShepherd's with the intention of getting off to one of the Federal ships, and that Shepherd was aiding him in the effort to effect his escape. They appeared before Mayor Lamb yesterday, who, ascertaining no proof against the paShepherd was aiding him in the effort to effect his escape. They appeared before Mayor Lamb yesterday, who, ascertaining no proof against the parties, held them to bail for their appearance before the Mayor's Court to-day. They were accordingly present this morning and the case was transferred to the military authorities, who discharged ShepShepherd and sent Webber back to the Mayor, with the statement that some of the citizens thought he should be detained here. The Mayor having no authority to require him to give bail, he, too, was accord
Benjamin F. Butler (search for this): article 2
arters to-morrow. The following is a copy of a permit found in possession of a man recently arrested near this city: "Head's Department of Virginia,"Fortress Monroe,July 10, 1861. "John Doe having taken the oath of allegiance to the United States, and having given his parole of honor not to take up arms against the United States, or give aid, comfort, or counsel to the enemies of the United States, he will receive the protection of all the troops of the United States. "Benj. F. Butler,"Major General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne county, were arrested at the residence of Shepherd by members of the Princess Anne Cavalry, and brought to this city yesterday. The charge was that Webber, who had been refused permission to go North, had gone down to Shepherd's with the intention of getting off to one of the Federal ships, and that Shepherd was aiding him in the e
Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne county, were arrested at the residence of Shepherd by members of the Princess Anne Cavalry, and brought to this city yesterday. The charge was that Webber, who had been refused permission to go North, had gone down to Shepherd's with the intention of getting off to one of the Federal ships, and that Shepherd was aiding him in the effort to effect his escape. They appeared before Mayor Lamb yesterday, who, ascertaining no proof against the parties, held them to bail for their appearance before the Mayor's Court to-day. They were accordingly present this morning and the case was transferred to the military authorities, who discharged Shepherd and sent Webber back to the Mayor, with the statement that some of the citizens thought he should be detained here. The Mayor having no authority to require him to give bail, he, too, was accordingly set at liberty.
William G. Webber (search for this): article 2
e United States, he will receive the protection of all the troops of the United States. "Benj. F. Butler,"Major General Commanding." Saturday night, Mr. Wm. G. Webber, of this city, and a farmer named Shepherd, residing near the Wash Woods, in Princess Anne county, were arrested at the residence of Shepherd by members of the Princess Anne Cavalry, and brought to this city yesterday. The charge was that Webber, who had been refused permission to go North, had gone down to Shepherd's with the intention of getting off to one of the Federal ships, and that Shepherd was aiding him in the effort to effect his escape. They appeared before Mayor Lamb yese the Mayor's Court to-day. They were accordingly present this morning and the case was transferred to the military authorities, who discharged Shepherd and sent Webber back to the Mayor, with the statement that some of the citizens thought he should be detained here. The Mayor having no authority to require him to give bail, he
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