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Galveston (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 3
received information from a source which I consider entirely reliable, that thirty-six steamers and one transport left Hampton Roads and went to sea this morning at about 9 o'clock. It is believed that this fleet has gone South; and the wind being fair and the weather fine, an attack will probably be made very shortly upon some place along the Southern coast. Several Southern ports are mentioned as probable points of attack among which are New Orleans, Charleston, Willmington, Pensacola, Galveston, &c. A few days will, in all probability, decide the question; and but little doubt is entertained with regard to the result of the Yankee expedition, although there may be some hot work. A vast amount of treasure has been expended in fitting out this grand armada; and the self-confident Federalists write and talk as if they can demolish every town and blockade every port on the coast from Chincoteague Inlet to the mouth of the Rio Grande. How woefully mistaken they will be, a very short
Hampton (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
l of these old hulks will fully repay the cost and trouble of raising them from the bed of the river. A splendid sword, of Richmond manufacture, was presented, yesterday, to Lieutenant J. Jett, of the Norfolk county Riflemen. The presentation took place at the navy-yard. The addresses on the occasion were patriotic and appropriate. Two ladies of this city are engaged in the commendable work of soliciting funds in behalf of those persons who were formerly residents of the town of Hampton, and who, having been driven from their homes by the Yankee intruders upon Virginia soil, leaving their property at the mercy of the Hessians, are, many of them, in destitute circumstances. On Thursday evening a series of tableau vivants, representing a succession of beautiful scenes, will be given at the Opera House the proceeds to be appropriated in behalf of the First regiment of the Maryland Volunteers, now quartered at Manassas. This enterprise will no doubt be encouraged by our
Hampton Roads (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
From Norfolk. departure of thirty-six Federal vessels from Hampton Roads — raising the hulks of the Brig. Dolphin and ship Pennsylvania--presentation of a sword, &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Oct. 29, 1861. I have received information from a source which I consider entirely reliable, that thirty-six steamers and one transport left Hampton Roads and went to sea this morning at about 9 o'clock. It is believed that this fleet has gone South; and theHampton Roads and went to sea this morning at about 9 o'clock. It is believed that this fleet has gone South; and the wind being fair and the weather fine, an attack will probably be made very shortly upon some place along the Southern coast. Several Southern ports are mentioned as probable points of attack among which are New Orleans, Charleston, Willmington, Pensacola, Galveston, &c. A few days will, in all probability, decide the question; and but little doubt is entertained with regard to the result of the Yankee expedition, although there may be some hot work. A vast amount of treasure has been expende
Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
w hours may show. The hulk of the brig Dolphin, the upper portion of which was burned by the Federal incendiaries in April, has been raised. The hulk of the big ship Pennsylvania will also be raised shortly. Most of the guns of the latter are in a serviceable condition. The metal of these old hulks will fully repay the cost and trouble of raising them from the bed of the river. A splendid sword, of Richmond manufacture, was presented, yesterday, to Lieutenant J. Jett, of the Norfolk county Riflemen. The presentation took place at the navy-yard. The addresses on the occasion were patriotic and appropriate. Two ladies of this city are engaged in the commendable work of soliciting funds in behalf of those persons who were formerly residents of the town of Hampton, and who, having been driven from their homes by the Yankee intruders upon Virginia soil, leaving their property at the mercy of the Hessians, are, many of them, in destitute circumstances. On Thursday ev
short time, possibly a few hours may show. The hulk of the brig Dolphin, the upper portion of which was burned by the Federal incendiaries in April, has been raised. The hulk of the big ship Pennsylvania will also be raised shortly. Most of the guns of the latter are in a serviceable condition. The metal of these old hulks will fully repay the cost and trouble of raising them from the bed of the river. A splendid sword, of Richmond manufacture, was presented, yesterday, to Lieutenant J. Jett, of the Norfolk county Riflemen. The presentation took place at the navy-yard. The addresses on the occasion were patriotic and appropriate. Two ladies of this city are engaged in the commendable work of soliciting funds in behalf of those persons who were formerly residents of the town of Hampton, and who, having been driven from their homes by the Yankee intruders upon Virginia soil, leaving their property at the mercy of the Hessians, are, many of them, in destitute circumsta
October 29th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 3
From Norfolk. departure of thirty-six Federal vessels from Hampton Roads — raising the hulks of the Brig. Dolphin and ship Pennsylvania--presentation of a sword, &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Oct. 29, 1861. I have received information from a source which I consider entirely reliable, that thirty-six steamers and one transport left Hampton Roads and went to sea this morning at about 9 o'clock. It is believed that this fleet has gone South; and the wind being fair and the weather fine, an attack will probably be made very shortly upon some place along the Southern coast. Several Southern ports are mentioned as probable points of attack among which are New Orleans, Charleston, Willmington, Pensacola, Galveston, &c. A few days will, in all probability, decide the question; and but little doubt is entertained with regard to the result of the Yankee expedition, although there may be some hot work. A vast amount of treasure has been expended
expedition, although there may be some hot work. A vast amount of treasure has been expended in fitting out this grand armada; and the self-confident Federalists write and talk as if they can demolish every town and blockade every port on the coast from Chincoteague Inlet to the mouth of the Rio Grande. How woefully mistaken they will be, a very short time, possibly a few hours may show. The hulk of the brig Dolphin, the upper portion of which was burned by the Federal incendiaries in April, has been raised. The hulk of the big ship Pennsylvania will also be raised shortly. Most of the guns of the latter are in a serviceable condition. The metal of these old hulks will fully repay the cost and trouble of raising them from the bed of the river. A splendid sword, of Richmond manufacture, was presented, yesterday, to Lieutenant J. Jett, of the Norfolk county Riflemen. The presentation took place at the navy-yard. The addresses on the occasion were patriotic and appropria