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Trip up the James River to City Point. The steamer Metamora, Captain Thomas, bearing a flag of truce, started on her second trip to City Point on Saturday evening for the purpose of conveying there several Secessionists, amongst whom were Mr. Hamilton and daughter, and a son of Mrs. Baxley, late of the old Capitol prison. The steamer landed near City Point early on Sunday morning, and sent off a cutter filled with men, armed with Enfield rifles loaded. Upon reaching the wharf, Captain Hopkins, of the Virginia Cavalry, and commanding the station, denounced the sending of the boat there with loaded arms; adding that he had and always would respect flags of truce, and he would not receive another such party. Explanations were made, when he permitted the Metamora to come up to the wharf. Soon afterwards about a dozen Confederate officers came down, and for the time good feeling prevailed, the latter accepting refreshments, which they declared were unsurpassed for flavor.
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From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, June 23. --Surgeon A. Owen Stille, of the Twenty-third Pennsylvania Volunteers, died suddenly in the General Hospital here, last night. He arrived on the Nellie Parker, only yesterday, from the White House. The steamer Port Royal arrived at Norfolk this morning, from Newbern, but brings no news. Trip up the James River to City Point. The steamer Metamora, Captain Thomas, bearing a flag of truce, started on her second trip to City Point on Saturday evening for the purpose of conveying there several Secessionists, amongst whom were Mr. Hamilton and daughter, and a son of Mrs. Baxley, late of the old Capitol prison. The steamer landed near City Point early on Sunday morning, and sent off a cutter filled with men, armed with Enfield rifles loaded. Upon reaching the wharf, Captain Hopkins, of the Virginia Cavalry, and commanding the station, denounced the sending of the boat there with loaded arms; adding that he had and
the General Hospital here, last night. He arrived on the Nellie Parker, only yesterday, from the White House. The steamer Port Royal arrived at Norfolk this morning, from Newbern, but brings no news. Trip up the James River to City Point. The steamer Metamora, Captain Thomas, bearing a flag of truce, started on her second trip to City Point on Saturday evening for the purpose of conveying there several Secessionists, amongst whom were Mr. Hamilton and daughter, and a son of Mrs. Baxley, late of the old Capitol prison. The steamer landed near City Point early on Sunday morning, and sent off a cutter filled with men, armed with Enfield rifles loaded. Upon reaching the wharf, Captain Hopkins, of the Virginia Cavalry, and commanding the station, denounced the sending of the boat there with loaded arms; adding that he had and always would respect flags of truce, and he would not receive another such party. Explanations were made, when he permitted the Metamora to come
ness, with the horses buckled too, and in a short time the midnight travelers were on their way along Hudson, Canal, and West streets, to the Thirty-first street station. Here the horses were removed and steam attached, and the party were quickly speeding along the track. Arriving at Garrison's they crossed the ferry, and were soon comfortably lodged at Cozzens's Hotel, West Point, where they arrived at four o'clock in the morning. A dispatch was received in the city yesterday from Mr. Cozzens, stating that the President had arrived there at the hour named. Thus, in eleven hours the Chief Magistrate had travelled from Washington to West Point — a distance of nearly three hundred miles. As every movement had been arranged beforehand by telegraph, there was no waiting for connections, and the President went straight through the whole distance. Gen. Scott, who has been for sometime at West Point, was telegraphed to for the purpose of meeting and receiving the President; and, not
d by telegraph, there was no waiting for connections, and the President went straight through the whole distance. Gen. Scott, who has been for sometime at West Point, was telegraphed to for the purpose of meeting and receiving the President; and, notwithstanding his disabilities, he, in accordance with his characteristic military punctuality, was on the spot and met the Commander-in-Chief immediately on his arrival. Reported Capitulation of the French army in Mexico. San Francisco, June 20. --A letter received in this city, from Governor Alvarez, of Guerrea, Mexico, states that, on the 26th of May, he received news from the city of Mexico, that the French army had capitulated. The entire Union ticket was elected by nearly three thousand majority, making the relative vote about two to one for the Union. Addison C. Gibbs, the Governor elected, is a Douglas Democrat, who emigrated to Oregon from Central New York, John McBride, elected a member of Congress, is a Republ
From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, June 23. --Surgeon A. Owen Stille, of the Twenty-third Pennsylvania Volunteers, died suddenly in the General Hospital here, last night. He arrived on the Nellie Parker, only yesterday, from the White House. The steamer Port Royal arrived at Norfolk this morning, from Newbern, but brings no news. Trip up the James River to City Point. The steamer Metamora, Captain Thomas, bearing a flag of truce, started on her second trip to City Point on Saturday evening for the purpose of conveying there several Secessionists, amongst whom were Mr. Hamilton and daughter, and a son of Mrs. Baxley, late of the old Capitol prison. The steamer landed near City Point early on Sunday morning, and sent off a cutter filled with men, armed with Enfield rifles loaded. Upon reaching the wharf, Captain Hopkins, of the Virginia Cavalry, and commanding the station, denounced the sending of the boat there with loaded arms; adding that he had and
aiting for connections, and the President went straight through the whole distance. Gen. Scott, who has been for sometime at West Point, was telegraphed to for the purpose of meeting and receiving the President; and, notwithstanding his disabilities, he, in accordance with his characteristic military punctuality, was on the spot and met the Commander-in-Chief immediately on his arrival. Reported Capitulation of the French army in Mexico. San Francisco, June 20. --A letter received in this city, from Governor Alvarez, of Guerrea, Mexico, states that, on the 26th of May, he received news from the city of Mexico, that the French army had capitulated. The entire Union ticket was elected by nearly three thousand majority, making the relative vote about two to one for the Union. Addison C. Gibbs, the Governor elected, is a Douglas Democrat, who emigrated to Oregon from Central New York, John McBride, elected a member of Congress, is a Republican, formerly of Missouri.
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