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le. Our land forces did not participate in the action. The expedition up the Tennessee — the "old Flag," and the joy of the people, &c. Cincinnati, Feb. 12 --The special dispatches to the Gazette and Commercial, dated Fort Henry, 10th inst., give the following account of the expedition up the Tennessee river after the capture of Fort Henry. The gunboats Lexington, Conestoga, and Tyler gave chase to the rebel steamer Dunbar, and reaching the Memphis and Louisville Railroad bridt, till a public opinion is manufactured, under the influence of which a crusade will be organized against American freedom.--N.Y. Herald. Important Decision in regard to the property of a Virginian.[from the Boston Traveller.] On the 10th instant, Judge Sprague, of the Boston U. S. District Court, delivered an opinion in the case of the Amy Warwick, coffee laden, captured while trying to run the blockade and reach Richmond. The vessel was condemned, her claimant being one Curry, o
otes shall be paid in coin. The news of the capture of Roanoke Island was sent to Europe in the New York Herald, by the steamer Africa, which sailed on the 12th inst. Nothing of importance appears in the Northern papers in relation to affairs on the Potomac. A dispatch from Cincinnati, dated the 12th inst., says tha12th inst., says that the Federal army in Central Kentucky is in motion. A dispatch from Cairo, 12th inst., says passengers report that eleven transports with troops had passed Paducah. Leavenworth, Feb. 11.--Great activity is exhibited in preparations for the Hunter expedition. Washington, Feb. 12--The Federal capital is wildly jubila12th inst., says passengers report that eleven transports with troops had passed Paducah. Leavenworth, Feb. 11.--Great activity is exhibited in preparations for the Hunter expedition. Washington, Feb. 12--The Federal capital is wildly jubilant over the news of the success of the Burnside expedition. Secretary Stanton is quite ill. The Senate Naval Committee are considering the bill to reorganize the army. Two more bureaus are to be added.
Latest Northern news.Graphic account of the surrender of Fort Henryimportant Decision in regard to the property of a Virginianinteresting European news&c., &c., &c., From our Northern files, of the 12th instant, we gather the following interesting intelligence: The Fort Henry surrender. Cairo, Ill Feb. 7, --Yesterday the anxiously expected order to move was given.-- At 8 o'clock the advance of McClernand's first brigade, Colonel Oglesby commanding, began to move on the Eastern side of the river. At half-past 10 o'clock the gunboats were signalled by Flag Officer A. R. Foote to get under way, and slowly steamed up the river in the following order: The gunboat Cincinnati flag ship, thirteen guns, commanded by R. N. Stember, United States Navy, followed on the right by the st. Louis, thirteen guns, Commander Leonard Paulding, United states Navy; Carondelet, thirteen guns, Commander Henry Walke, United States Navy; Essex, seven guns, Commander william D. Porter, Unit
Latest from the North.arrival from Europe.Opposition in England to the restoration of the Union.interesting news items.&c., &c., &c., Norfolk, Feb. 14. --(Received at 8 o'clock 45 minutes P. M.--Northern papers, of the 13th inst., have been received here to-day by the flag-of-truce boat from old Point. The steamship Tentonia has arrived with European intelligence one day later than that received by the Jura at Portland. [This will be news of Feb. 1st.] The New York Herald, of yesterday, says that parties in England have resolved to object to every measure taken by the Government for the restoration of the Union. The Federal vessel Tuscarora has been ordered from Southampton by an official letter from Portsmouth. A new ministry has been formed in Holland. The Russians have been defeated in Circassia. French troops were being rapidly dispatched to Mexico. The Nashville was still at Southampton. The Paris correspondent of the Herald says
can difficulties in less than a month, and says that the Ministers, the Government, the people, and the Government papers, are all ready for intervention. The London Times says there is a large party in the House of Commons who are urging on the Government the policy of interference in the American struggle. The health of Mason and Slidell is good, but they complain of bad treatment at Fort Warren. No change has occurred in the Liverpool cotton market. At London, on the 31st ult., consuls were quoted dull at 92 ¼a92 ½ American securities closed heavy. In the Federal Senate, the bill appropriating seven millions of dollars for the completion of fortifications, was passed. The New York cotton market was less active, and middling uplands were quoted at 29a30 cents. Bennett's Herald crows lustily over the Federal victories on the coast of North Carolina and at Fort Henry, in Tennessee, and says that the rebel leaders have no idea of holding Virginia, Ken
January 27th (search for this): article 20
aptured two others, besides the half- complete gunboat Eastport. The steamers burned were freighted with rebel military stores. The Eastport has about 250,000 feet of Lumber or board. We captured two hundred stand of arms and a quantity of clothing and stores, and we destroyed the encampment of Col. Crews at Savannah, Tennessee. We found the Union sentiment strong. Speech of Louis Napoleon on the American Crisis. At the opening of the French Chambers, on the 27th January, Napoleon said: "The civil war which desolates America has greatly compromised our commercial interests. So long, however, as the right is of neutrals are respected we must confine ourselves to expressing wishes for an early termination of these dissensions." Some of the English journals construe the allusion to the United States as a covert threat, and as intimating the impatience of France, which, when the occasion appears to demand it, will interpose in our affairs.--One B
February 13th (search for this): article 3
Latest from Fort Donelson.serious Damage to the Yankees. New Orleans, Feb. 14. --A private dispatch from Nashville says a dispatch had been received there, from Cave city, from Gen. Johnston, which states that we had 18 killed and 15 wounded at the battle at Fort Donelson. The enemy's loss in killed was from four to five hundred. Gen. Pillow has whipped the Yankees, and their gunboats are materially damaged. Copy of a private Dispatch. Nashville, Feb. 13. --The fight continued all day at Fort Donelson. We repulsed the enemy at all points of our line. The Federal gunboats retired evidently injured. Our loss was small, and our men are in flue spirits — The fight will probably be resumed to-morrow. [The above is merely confirmatory of dispatches previously published]
February 14th (search for this): article 1
Elizabeth City deserted.refugees.&c., &c., &c., Petersburg, Feb. 14. --The editor of the Express, of this city, has received a letter from Suffolk, dated to-day, which states that information had been received there last evening that the Federals had re-embarked at Edenton, and had gone to some other point. The number of horses landed was over-estimated. The Federals assured the citizens of Edenton that they had not come to rob or harass them; but while the officers were giving those assurances to the people, the soldiers were filling their gunboats with cotton found on the wharf. Elizabeth City is partially deserted by the Federals. The latest information from Winton reports that nothing had been seen there of the Federal gunboats which started up the Chowan river from Edenton. They were, perhaps, only reconnoitering. Dr. Cohoon, a wealthy citizen of Elizabeth City, is now at Suffolk, a refuges. He remained there until the enemy had possession of Elizab
February 14th (search for this): article 2
Latest from the North.arrival from Europe.Opposition in England to the restoration of the Union.interesting news items.&c., &c., &c., Norfolk, Feb. 14. --(Received at 8 o'clock 45 minutes P. M.--Northern papers, of the 13th inst., have been received here to-day by the flag-of-truce boat from old Point. The steamship Tentonia has arrived with European intelligence one day later than that received by the Jura at Portland. [This will be news of Feb. 1st.] The New York Herald, of yesterday, says that parties in England have resolved to object to every measure taken by the Government for the restoration of the Union. The Federal vessel Tuscarora has been ordered from Southampton by an official letter from Portsmouth. A new ministry has been formed in Holland. The Russians have been defeated in Circassia. French troops were being rapidly dispatched to Mexico. The Nashville was still at Southampton. The Paris correspondent of the Herald says
February 14th (search for this): article 3
Latest from Fort Donelson.serious Damage to the Yankees. New Orleans, Feb. 14. --A private dispatch from Nashville says a dispatch had been received there, from Cave city, from Gen. Johnston, which states that we had 18 killed and 15 wounded at the battle at Fort Donelson. The enemy's loss in killed was from four to five hundred. Gen. Pillow has whipped the Yankees, and their gunboats are materially damaged. Copy of a private Dispatch. Nashville, Feb. 13. --The fight continued all day at Fort Donelson. We repulsed the enemy at all points of our line. The Federal gunboats retired evidently injured. Our loss was small, and our men are in flue spirits — The fight will probably be resumed to-morrow. [The above is merely confirmatory of dispatches previously published]
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