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Utah (Utah, United States) (search for this): article 6
s of hostile Indians All were insufficient, and both Gen. Scott and myself had endeavored in vain to prevail upon Congress to raise several additional regiments for this purpose. In recommending this augmentation of the army, the General states in his report to the War Department of November, 1857, that "it would not more than furnish the reinforcements now greatly needed in Florida, Texas, New Mexico, California, Oregon, Washington, (T) Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, leaving not a company for Utah." And again, in his report of November, 1858, he says: "This want of troops to give reasonable security to our citizens in distant settlements, including emigrants on the plains, can scarcely be too strongly stated; but I will only add that as often as we have been obliged to withdraw troops from one frontier in order to reinforce another, the weakened points have been instantly attacked or threatened with formidable invasion." These "views" of Gen. Scott exhibit the crude notions
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
ally necessary to disentangle the statement of Gen. Scott. The South Carolina Commissioners were appointed on the 22d, and arrived in Washingy the General, in his statement, should have asserted that "the South Carolina commissioners had already been many days in Washington, and no force Fort Sumter, because he was holding negotiations with the South Carolina Commissioners. And still again, that "afterwards Secretary Holember, I suggested to him that, although I had not received the South Carolina Commissioners in their official capacity, but merely as privateed upon between the President and certain principal seceders of South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, &c. And this truce lasted to the end of thny human authority concerning Charleston. On the contrary, the South Carolina Commissioners, first and last, and all the time, were informed he sent on his part, Hon. J. W. Hayne, the Attorney General of South Carolina, to Washington, whilst Major Anderson deputed Lieut. Hall, of t
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 2
The enemy in Eastern North Carolina. There is so longer any doubt that the enemy's forces in Eastern North Carolina are moving on Weldon, with a view of tapping the railroad at that point. We published some days ago an account of a fight which took place between three companies of the 28th North Carolina regiment and the advance guard of the enemy, on Sunday last. In this engagement the enemy was repulsed, our lose being ten killed and twenty-nine wounded. Later intelligence furnisheEastern North Carolina are moving on Weldon, with a view of tapping the railroad at that point. We published some days ago an account of a fight which took place between three companies of the 28th North Carolina regiment and the advance guard of the enemy, on Sunday last. In this engagement the enemy was repulsed, our lose being ten killed and twenty-nine wounded. Later intelligence furnishes us with some fuller particulars of the advance, from which it appears that the enemy landed large forces at Washington on Sunday, and advanced towards Hamilton and took possession of that town. It is reported that they destroyed nearly the entire place. Their force at Hamilton is represented to be about 10,000 infantry, with forty pieces of artillery, and a considerable force of cavalry. They are also reported to have landed a large force at Palmyra, Halifax co., some twenty-five or thirty
Oregon (Oregon, United States) (search for this): article 6
tect the inhabitants and the emigrants on their way thither against the attacks of hostile Indians All were insufficient, and both Gen. Scott and myself had endeavored in vain to prevail upon Congress to raise several additional regiments for this purpose. In recommending this augmentation of the army, the General states in his report to the War Department of November, 1857, that "it would not more than furnish the reinforcements now greatly needed in Florida, Texas, New Mexico, California, Oregon, Washington, (T) Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, leaving not a company for Utah." And again, in his report of November, 1858, he says: "This want of troops to give reasonable security to our citizens in distant settlements, including emigrants on the plains, can scarcely be too strongly stated; but I will only add that as often as we have been obliged to withdraw troops from one frontier in order to reinforce another, the weakened points have been instantly attacked or threatened with for
New Jersey (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 5
The Elections in the United States. --It is said that the Baltimore Clipper, of the 6th, puts down the following as the result in the three States ed as far as heard from at that date: New York — Seymour elected Governor; 19 Democrats and 18 Republicans elected to Congress. New Jersey--Parker, Democrat, elected Governor, and 4 Democrats and 1 Republican elected to Congress.--Illinois--Six Democrats and 5 Republicans elected to Congress. Two doubtful.
Nebraska (Nebraska, United States) (search for this): article 6
rants on their way thither against the attacks of hostile Indians All were insufficient, and both Gen. Scott and myself had endeavored in vain to prevail upon Congress to raise several additional regiments for this purpose. In recommending this augmentation of the army, the General states in his report to the War Department of November, 1857, that "it would not more than furnish the reinforcements now greatly needed in Florida, Texas, New Mexico, California, Oregon, Washington, (T) Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, leaving not a company for Utah." And again, in his report of November, 1858, he says: "This want of troops to give reasonable security to our citizens in distant settlements, including emigrants on the plains, can scarcely be too strongly stated; but I will only add that as often as we have been obliged to withdraw troops from one frontier in order to reinforce another, the weakened points have been instantly attacked or threatened with formidable invasion." These "vi
Mississippi (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 4
From Northern Mississippi. Holly Springs, Nov. 7. --The excitement consequent upon the reported advance of the Abolitionists has subsided. They did not come this side of Lamar.
Minnesota (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 6
eir way thither against the attacks of hostile Indians All were insufficient, and both Gen. Scott and myself had endeavored in vain to prevail upon Congress to raise several additional regiments for this purpose. In recommending this augmentation of the army, the General states in his report to the War Department of November, 1857, that "it would not more than furnish the reinforcements now greatly needed in Florida, Texas, New Mexico, California, Oregon, Washington, (T) Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, leaving not a company for Utah." And again, in his report of November, 1858, he says: "This want of troops to give reasonable security to our citizens in distant settlements, including emigrants on the plains, can scarcely be too strongly stated; but I will only add that as often as we have been obliged to withdraw troops from one frontier in order to reinforce another, the weakened points have been instantly attacked or threatened with formidable invasion." These "views" of Ge
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
The Yankee raid into Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg, Nov. 9. --Seventy-five Yankees came here to-day. They said that Stuart made a daring raid into Maryland Thursday, capturing 150 prisoners; that the Democrats have swept the North; that England and France have recognized the Confederacy, and that Lord Lyons is so instructed. The raid was most bold and daring.
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 15
n the 59th Georgia regiment, arrested for getting drunk and acting disorderly at the Exchange Hotel, was sent before Gen Winder. Dick, slave of Juan Plumni, found with a lot of flour and lard, supposed stolen, was ordered 25 stripes. Wm. Wiley was sent before the Hustings Court for examination on the charge of stealing a pair of shoes worth $20 from M. G. Gorden & Co. The shoes were taken Saturday morning. Wiley, a half grown lad, said he was born in Jackson, Miss., and raised in Louisiana. Martin O'Brien, Pat Doyle, and Edward Hall, arrested as vagrants, having no visible means of support gave bail, and were released from jail. Hustings Court, Saturday, Nov. 8.--A special session of the Alderman's Court of Hustings con- vened to day for the examination of several cases of felony sent up from the Mayor. There were present Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen Bray, Anderson, Timberlake Lipscomb and Clopton. James Jone was examined for stealing James G. Hawthorn's tr
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