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Knoxville (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
Mail failure --We received no mail from the south yesterday, and none from the West beyond Knoxville.
rprised the traitors at 12 o'clock at night and while performing their patriotic undertaking, would frequently hear the blowing of the steam whistle of the enemy's gunboats. A few hours before the officers appeared at Urbana the enemy was engaged in taking the measure of the draw-bridge there to see if their boats could pass up that stream. The officers were nobly seconded in their endeavors by the five dragoons sent with them, and ran considerable danger of being nabbed by the minions of Lincoln. They passed through Gloucester on their return, and report the people as most enthusiastic in their devotion to Southern rights. This was specially the case in regard to the ladies, who entertained them on their way up. They speak in this connection in high praise of Misses Bettle C. Broaddus, Virginia T. Jones, Pamela Jones Justice Brocks and Eliza Broaddus, also Mr. Edwin Broaddus; and express the opinion, from personal observation, that there is not the slightest Yankee in the composi
E. J. Robinson (search for this): article 1
aw-bridge there to see if their boats could pass up that stream. The officers were nobly seconded in their endeavors by the five dragoons sent with them, and ran considerable danger of being nabbed by the minions of Lincoln. They passed through Gloucester on their return, and report the people as most enthusiastic in their devotion to Southern rights. This was specially the case in regard to the ladies, who entertained them on their way up. They speak in this connection in high praise of Misses Bettle C. Broaddus, Virginia T. Jones, Pamela Jones Justice Brocks and Eliza Broaddus, also Mr. Edwin Broaddus; and express the opinion, from personal observation, that there is not the slightest Yankee in the composition of any of them. The names of the arrested parties are Thos Luton, D. Wagner, B. F. Robinson, E. J. Robinson, Thomas Haley and John J. Grassitt. A patient examination took place yesterday before Gen. Winder, who determined to hold Haley and Grassitt as witnesses only.
B. F. Robinson (search for this): article 1
Mathews county, and lodged in Castle Godwin. They were captured near Urbana, in Middlesex county, by Messrs. Philip Cashmere, Logan McCoull, and John Carter, of the Provost Marshal's force, aided by several dragoons. One of the party, named B. F. Robinson, had a son on board the Federal steamer Mystic, and was caught by the detectives in the act of penning a letter to him, describing his detestation of the rebels, expressing his hope that the "old flag" would soon ficat over Virginia, and shoes Bettle C. Broaddus, Virginia T. Jones, Pamela Jones Justice Brocks and Eliza Broaddus, also Mr. Edwin Broaddus; and express the opinion, from personal observation, that there is not the slightest Yankee in the composition of any of them. The names of the arrested parties are Thos Luton, D. Wagner, B. F. Robinson, E. J. Robinson, Thomas Haley and John J. Grassitt. A patient examination took place yesterday before Gen. Winder, who determined to hold Haley and Grassitt as witnesses only.
John Winder (search for this): article 1
w-bridge there to see if their boats could pass up that stream. The officers were nobly seconded in their endeavors by the five dragoons sent with them, and ran considerable danger of being nabbed by the minions of Lincoln. They passed through Gloucester on their return, and report the people as most enthusiastic in their devotion to Southern rights. This was specially the case in regard to the ladies, who entertained them on their way up. They speak in this connection in high praise of Misses Bettle C. Broaddus, Virginia T. Jones, Pamela Jones Justice Brocks and Eliza Broaddus, also Mr. Edwin Broaddus; and express the opinion, from personal observation, that there is not the slightest Yankee in the composition of any of them. The names of the arrested parties are Thos Luton, D. Wagner, B. F. Robinson, E. J. Robinson, Thomas Haley and John J. Grassitt. A patient examination took place yesterday before Gen. Winder, who determined to hold Haley and Grassitt as witnesses only.
John Carter (search for this): article 1
A Sweet set. --Six domestic traitors were brought up to Richmond on Friday night from Mathews county, and lodged in Castle Godwin. They were captured near Urbana, in Middlesex county, by Messrs. Philip Cashmere, Logan McCoull, and John Carter, of the Provost Marshal's force, aided by several dragoons. One of the party, named B. F. Robinson, had a son on board the Federal steamer Mystic, and was caught by the detectives in the act of penning a letter to him, describing his detestation of the rebels, expressing his hope that the "old flag" would soon ficat over Virginia, and showing the arts he used to make his neighbors believe him a respectable man. In the letter he cautious his son not to approach Urbana, or come on shore without a strong guard, as the people there were strongly incensed against him for joining the Abolitionists. When the officers from this place came upon him he attempted to conceal the treasonable correspondence by thrusting it in a pot of lard, but it wa
aw-bridge there to see if their boats could pass up that stream. The officers were nobly seconded in their endeavors by the five dragoons sent with them, and ran considerable danger of being nabbed by the minions of Lincoln. They passed through Gloucester on their return, and report the people as most enthusiastic in their devotion to Southern rights. This was specially the case in regard to the ladies, who entertained them on their way up. They speak in this connection in high praise of Misses Bettle C. Broaddus, Virginia T. Jones, Pamela Jones Justice Brocks and Eliza Broaddus, also Mr. Edwin Broaddus; and express the opinion, from personal observation, that there is not the slightest Yankee in the composition of any of them. The names of the arrested parties are Thos Luton, D. Wagner, B. F. Robinson, E. J. Robinson, Thomas Haley and John J. Grassitt. A patient examination took place yesterday before Gen. Winder, who determined to hold Haley and Grassitt as witnesses only.
Philip Cashmere (search for this): article 1
A Sweet set. --Six domestic traitors were brought up to Richmond on Friday night from Mathews county, and lodged in Castle Godwin. They were captured near Urbana, in Middlesex county, by Messrs. Philip Cashmere, Logan McCoull, and John Carter, of the Provost Marshal's force, aided by several dragoons. One of the party, named B. F. Robinson, had a son on board the Federal steamer Mystic, and was caught by the detectives in the act of penning a letter to him, describing his detestation of the rebels, expressing his hope that the "old flag" would soon ficat over Virginia, and showing the arts he used to make his neighbors believe him a respectable man. In the letter he cautious his son not to approach Urbana, or come on shore without a strong guard, as the people there were strongly incensed against him for joining the Abolitionists. When the officers from this place came upon him he attempted to conceal the treasonable correspondence by thrusting it in a pot of lard, but it wa
Logan McCoull (search for this): article 1
A Sweet set. --Six domestic traitors were brought up to Richmond on Friday night from Mathews county, and lodged in Castle Godwin. They were captured near Urbana, in Middlesex county, by Messrs. Philip Cashmere, Logan McCoull, and John Carter, of the Provost Marshal's force, aided by several dragoons. One of the party, named B. F. Robinson, had a son on board the Federal steamer Mystic, and was caught by the detectives in the act of penning a letter to him, describing his detestation of the rebels, expressing his hope that the "old flag" would soon ficat over Virginia, and showing the arts he used to make his neighbors believe him a respectable man. In the letter he cautious his son not to approach Urbana, or come on shore without a strong guard, as the people there were strongly incensed against him for joining the Abolitionists. When the officers from this place came upon him he attempted to conceal the treasonable correspondence by thrusting it in a pot of lard, but it wa
Bettle C. Broaddus (search for this): article 1
aw-bridge there to see if their boats could pass up that stream. The officers were nobly seconded in their endeavors by the five dragoons sent with them, and ran considerable danger of being nabbed by the minions of Lincoln. They passed through Gloucester on their return, and report the people as most enthusiastic in their devotion to Southern rights. This was specially the case in regard to the ladies, who entertained them on their way up. They speak in this connection in high praise of Misses Bettle C. Broaddus, Virginia T. Jones, Pamela Jones Justice Brocks and Eliza Broaddus, also Mr. Edwin Broaddus; and express the opinion, from personal observation, that there is not the slightest Yankee in the composition of any of them. The names of the arrested parties are Thos Luton, D. Wagner, B. F. Robinson, E. J. Robinson, Thomas Haley and John J. Grassitt. A patient examination took place yesterday before Gen. Winder, who determined to hold Haley and Grassitt as witnesses only.
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