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Santa Rosa Island (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 1
availability of the boats in the waters. With these proofs to sustain him, Gen. Arnold sent the lady to Fort Pickens, where she is at present incarcerated. The health of the troops was good, and every preparation has been made to give the rebels a warm reception whenever they approach. The conduct of Wilson's Zouaves, in dividing their rations with the indigent Union people of the city, has won golden opinions for them. The regulars, with whom the Zouaves were while at Santa Rosa Island at enmity, are now on the most cordial terms. The Yankee Canal at Vicksburg a failure. The "Off Vicksburg" correspondent of the Chicago Tribune pronounces the canal to cut that town off a failure. He says: It is not a canal, but simply a ditch. When we arrived here it had been completed only through that portion of the neck which is inside the levee or embankment, to prevent the river's overflow. It was then about fifteen feet wide, and three or three and a half feet d
Kentucky River (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
bout, but an attack was momentarily expected. It is true, Morgan has made a demonstration on Frankfort, but it was a feint. From Lawrenceburg he had sent advance guards to Rough and Ready, and even as far as the military institute, within six miles of the city. Here they stopped. They had effected their purpose, creating an uproar and excitement in the capital, which put the people on the defensive. They didn't think of taking the offensive. Then Morgan turned east, crossed the Kentucky river at Saryock's Station, and marched to Versailles, which is about equidistant from Franklin and Lexington. There he stayed Monday night. Finding the coast clear, he next day moved north to Midway Station, on the Louisville and Lexington Railroad, tore up the track and destroyed the Elkhorn bridge, while his advance guard, passing by Georgetown, made a sudden dash on the Kentucky Central Road, destroyed a bridge and burned Keyser's extensive distillery, between Paris and Cynthiana, thus co
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Hewitt's Battery. There are no commissioned officers. The trains run through to Murfreesboro'. Running the blockade. United States Gunboat Chippewa, Captain Bryson, New Inlet, (Off Wil., N. C.,) July 2, 1862. An English steamer, loaded with heavy guns, &c., arrived here last Friday morning; was partially headed off by the Cambridge and Stars and Stripes, (the only two vessels then here — the Chippewa being at Beaufort for coal and repairs, and the State of Georgia at Fortress Monroe for officers and men,) but succeeded in running ashore near the beach, about a mile from the fort, and for five days, until our arrival last night, was unloading, in plain sight, heavy rifle-cannon, and carts transporting them along the beach to the fort. This morning all appears quiet. She has probably discharged all she wants, and looks low in the water — perhaps leaks, or is waterlogged. Our men are almost frantic with rage, and talk loud against the management of affairs. The St
Sperryville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
not one half so many deaths will occur here as in the hospitals at Washington. Drs. Magruder, Moseley and Banks have immediate charge of the sick at this point, and are unremitting in their attentions to them. A courier, with dispatches from Gen. Hatch to Gen. Banks, was drowned in attempting to cross the Rappahannock last Friday night. The Rapidan and Rappahannock have fallen so that our supply trains now have no difficulty in crossing them. The telegraphic lines were completed to Sperryville to-day. Gen. Pope now has telegraphic communication with his three army corps. Warrenton, Va.July 20--A cavalry Captain from Gen. Hatch's command arrived here to-day. The same officer brought five prisoners of the 2d Virginia Cavalry, captured by Gen. Hatch, at Madison. Col. Miller, of the Virginia militia, was also taken prisoner, but has not yet arrived. President Davis's demand for Recognition. As regards the sensation report of one of your contemporaries, to the effec
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
troy our greatness and diminish our power, have caused the President of the United States to call for 300,000 men, to secure the nation's integrity and, if needs be,bold and manly in a time of danger. We commend him to the President of the United States, to Secretary Seward, and to Major Gen. Butler. He has done more for the ce bits of paper, on which were written insulting epithets, addressed to the United States authorities, and one by one thrust them into General Shepley's hand. Afteresulted in a breach of the peace and danger to the life of a soldier of the United States, is sent to Ship Island till further orders. She is to be kept separate anconcerning the deep interest he manifests in the success and destiny of the United States. This feeling was reciprocated by Mr. Cameron, who had the most flatteringuthority so distinct and broad, there is still no reason why Russia and the United States should not be united in true and stern alliance, and wield an irresistible
Warrenton (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
cupation of Charlottesville — important rebel communication cut off. Washington July 20. --We have advices from Warrenton up to this evening. The news that Gen. Hatch had reached Charlottesville, and cut off the most important source ofhave not, as yet, seen the face of their new commander. The rapid movements of Gen. Pope confuse the leading rebels in Warrenton. Some of them swear, and are ready to bet, that Gen. Hatch has not been near Gordonsville, much less Charlottesville. In obedience to the spirit as well as the temper of Gen. Pope's instructions, the rich and aristocratic rebels of Warrenton have already been placed under contribution for the support of the National army. The leading families, the Extra Billes were completed to Sperryville to-day. Gen. Pope now has telegraphic communication with his three army corps. Warrenton, Va.July 20--A cavalry Captain from Gen. Hatch's command arrived here to-day. The same officer brought five prisoners of
Lawrenceburg (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
ountry, the Constitution, and the great principles of American liberty will be thoroughly and permanently re-established throughout the rebellious States. The "Raids" of Morgan--Northern account of the State of affairs. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial furnishes the following account of Morgan's raid in Kentucky: On Saturday, the 12th, John Morgan's outlaws were threatening the two most important cities in Central Kentucky. Morgan had moved from Harrodsburg to Lawrenceburg, in Anderson county, his scouts approaching Nicholasville on the east, as they pushed North, creating the impression that an advance was being made on that place. The village was in an uproar on Sunday, and the citizens made excellent time in abandoning it. They poured into Lexington by every means of conveyance, and by their exaggerated reports added intensity to the excitement there. Two cool- headed gentlemen, a railroad agent and a telegraph operator, towards evening took a hand car
Russia (Russia) (search for this): article 1
n this depleting process till the sum total of absentees is enormous." Gen. Cameron's Presentation to the Emperor of Russia. [From the Harrisburg Telegraph] From private letters received in this city direct from St. Petersburg, we learn that Gen. Cameron, Minister to Russia, had safely arrived at the capital of the nation, where his legation is established, and that he also had his first interview with the Emperor Alexander. According to the rigid etiquette of the Russian Court, it is expressions to the American Minister, there can be no mistaking the cordial feeling and nearly sympathy of the Emperor of Russia, nor can there be any misapprehension concerning the deep interest he manifests in the success and destiny of the United Representing such widely different systems, and governed by authority so distinct and broad, there is still no reason why Russia and the United States should not be united in true and stern alliance, and wield an irresistible influence on the destini
Rappahannock (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
counties, that they associate with themselves discreet persons in each magisterial district in their several counties as recruiting committees; that they recommend active, intelligent, and brave men to be commissioned as second Lieutenants of the companies raised therein; and that they exercise their discretion as to the most effective means of obtaining volunteers, by holding public meetings and otherwise. Volunteers from the counties east of the Chesapeake bay, and south of the Rappahannock river, and cast of the Blue Ridge, will rendezvous at Norfolk, and from the residue of counties east of the Blue Ridge at Alexandria. Those from the Valley district will rendezvous at Martinsburg; and those from the Wheeling Congressional district, (except the county of Pleasants) at Wheeling and Grafton. Those furnished by the residue of the counties of the State will rendezvous at Charleston, Guyandotte, Parkersburg, and Clarksburg, as may be most convenient. A premium of $2 will be
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 1
er in perfect harmony. If there be one man in New Orleans who, more than all other men, deserves well of his country, that man is John McGinnis, editor and proprietor of The True Delta. He has been faithful among the faithless, and was bold and manly in a time of danger. We commend him to the President of the United States, to Secretary Seward, and to Major Gen. Butler. He has done more for the cause of freedom and American nationality than all the other newspaper editors in the State of Louisiana. We trust that President Lincoln will, in some signal way, evince his appreciation of the pluck of this brave editor. Long may The True Delta live. "Red Bill," the terror of New Orleans, was captured on the night of the 7th inst., at Lake Salvador, about twelve miles from Carrolton, by Lieut. Duane and officer May of the Fourth District Police, assisted by Lieut. Finnegas, of the Union Army. He is known to have committed several murders, and is now charged with drowning a Germa
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