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Anderson County (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
ution, 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 and proceeded dow
Clarksburg (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
ounties 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 paid for each accepted volunteer, and upon his acceptance by the regimental surgeon $25, (part of the $100 bounty,) and $13, (one month's pay,) will be advanced, thus enabling the volunteer to leave $38 with his family or friends, should be desire to do so. Loyal men of Virginia! although internecine war has devastated our lands, brought grief to our homes and sadness to our hearts, yet I do not doubt that you will voluntarily
Guyandotte (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
e. 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 paid for each accepted volunteer, and upon his acceptance by the regimental surgeon $25, (part of the $100 bounty,) and $13, (one month's pay,) will be advanced, thus enabling the volunteer to leave $38 with his family or friends, should be desire to do so. Loyal men of Virginia! although internecine war has devastated our lands, brought grief to our homes and sadness to our hearts, yet I do not dou
Orleans, Ma. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
atening trouble. A young woman, dressed in white and of handsome personal appearance, about 10 o'clock passed by the hotel, wearing a Secession badge. She finally insulted one of our soldiers, and was arrested by a policeman, who attempted to take her to the Mayor's office. As a matter of course, there was instantly a scene of confusion, as she had selected the time when she would find the most obnoxious Secessionists parading the vicinity. Upon reaching the building next to the Bank of Orleans she theatrically appealed to the crowd for protection, and the next moment the policeman was knocked down, and a shot was fired out of the store, that wounded the soldier assisting the civil officer. Thereupon a hundred persons, returned soldiers of Beauregard's army, by concerted agreement no doubt, cried murder, and one of the National officers at the same moment fired at the assassin who wounded the soldier. In the confusion the would be murderers escaped, but the woman, together with
Ship Island (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 1
1862 Special Order No. 179,--John H. Larne, being by his own confession a vagrant, a person without visible means of support, and one who gets his living by playing cards, is committed to the Parish. Prison till further orders. Anna Larue, his wife, having been found in the public streets, wearing a Confederate flag upon her person, in order to incite to riot, which act has already resulted 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 and apart from the other women confined there. By order of Maj. Gen. Butler R. S. Davis, Captain and A. A. A. G. I understand that Provost Marshal French has issued the most stringent orders to the police, that they must find the man who attempted to murder the national soldier. Fortunately, the person occupying the store into which the scoundrel ran was, beyond question, innocent of any complicity with the affair, or his bui
Fort Pickens (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 1
with the lewd women of New Orleans, will at once dispatch a protest to Mr. Seward for his harsh treatment of Anna Larue. From Pensacola, Florida--arrest of a young Lady. The steamer General Meigs plied regularly between Pensacola and Fort Pickens, with stores. --At Pensacola there was much suffering in consequence of the scarcity of provisions, which command exorbitant prices from butlers. No supplies come from the interior. There were but few Union families in the city, which still and parapets, with correct information of the forces to command each, the number of troops in the city, the redoubts outside, and the 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
Wheeling, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
se 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 paid for each accepted volunteer, and upon his acceptance by the regimental surgeon $25, (part of the $100 bounty,) and $13, (one month's pay,) will be advanced, thus enabling the volunteer to leave $38 with his family or friends, should be desire to do so. Loyal men of Virginia! althou
Kentucky (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
shes 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 thebjects in this raid into Kentucky have been panic among the people and indecision among military managers. He has, in fact, kept every considerable place in Central Kentucky in a state of sledge, and frantically calling for assistance to defend it. Lexington could not spare a man to pursue him — because she momentarily expected aose, animated by hope of plunder, and regardless of remote consequences, will join in this raid upon their neighbors. If John Morgan is allowed to remain in Central Kentucky, attack town after town, defeat their defenders in detail, capture citizens, plunder houses, burn bridges, rebellion steal horses, and the like, he may becom
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
ry won by the arms of the nation requiring numerous garrisons to hold the military positions thereof; the casualties incident to war, together with the threatened interference of two or three of the great Powers of Europe to destroy 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, to punish properly the impermanent Intermeddling with our national affairs. Of this number, the State of Virginia has been called upon to furnish 2,000 men, as her proportion, for the term of three years or during the war. To aid and assist in the work of furnishing the States quotes, I desire all the Senators and members of the House of Delegates to act as agents in procuring volunteers in their respective districts and counties, that they associate with themselves discreet persons in each magisterial district in their several counties as recruiting committees; that they recommend active, in
Cynthiana, Ky. (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 1
ington 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 completely cutting Lexington off from its northern and western communications. --His exploits seem to have been arose familiar to Cincinnati than to those of us who were at Lexington. Morgan's great objects in this raid into Kentuckynd frantically calling for assistance to defend it. Lexington could not spare a man to pursue him — because she momentarily expected an attach, Frankfort couldn't send her privatise in pursuit, because Morgan was hovering at her gates Paris and Cynthiana were in the same condition, and really had need of more men than could be brought to their defence — that is, if nobody pursued Morgan, and he was allowed his own time to prepare an attack on them. In the meantimes Morgan moved at his le
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