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Jackson (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 2
ned back to the Rappahannock. A reconnoitering party secured the neck between the Rappahannock and Mattaponi rivers last week, breaking up several nests of smugglers, and capturing a large quantity of medicines and other contraband articles. Several small boats were burned. President Lincoln will call for more men in a few days for the Southwest. It was believed in Memphis Wednesday that an engagement was progressing at Port Hudson. A report reached Cincinnati from Jackson, Tennessee, that a portion of Gen. Sullivan's division, composed of two hundred men and two pieces of artillery, had been surrounded and captured by the rebels. A new arm has been introduced into the United States service, to meet exigencies on the Western rivers, called the "Mississippi Marine Brigade."--It is to operate against the rebel guerillas on river banks. The rumors about the loss of the Florida are without foundation. She captured and burnt the Jacob Bell two weeks after bei
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 2
sasters of 161 and 162. Military success is imperiously demanded and is the one thing needful to save the Administration and the country from shipwreck." Col. Lefferts, of the New York 7th regiment, has resigned. Lincoln considers the raid at Fairfax Court House a serious matter, so far as horses are concerned. He says he can make a Brigadier-General in five minutes, but it is not so easy to replace 110 horses. From Europe. European advices, of the 26th February, represent that the American war caused an excitement in the English House of Lords. East Russell alluded to the question of a recognition of the Southern Confederacy, and requested Lord Stratheden to postpone until the 21 inst. a motion of which he had given notice for the presentation of copies of all dispatches from Mr. Mason to her Majesty's Government on the claim of the Southern Confederacy to be acknowledged as an independent Power by Great Britain; to which Lord Stratheden acceded laconically.
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
h Ministry have resigned. It is reported that Norway is forming a new Cabinet. The Polish question is unchanged. General Magles's removal caused great regret.--Two or three Generals said "they would not be far behind Gen. Nagles in their journey northward." The belief is he has been removed because he does not sympathize with the Generals in the Department of the South, whose sympathies are altogether with the negro. The famous steamer Union, one of the fastest afloat, is at Fortress Monroe, and, it is rumored, will take a cruise after the pirate Alabama, if the Captain can procure letters of marque for that purpose. Cincinnati March 12. --A skirmish took place yesterday twelve miles east of Paris Ky. A forage train was attacked by fifty guerillas who were beaten off by the teamsters and the guard. Reinforcements have been sent. Fort McAllister. --The Herald publishes a "correspondence" of about ten about the bombardment of Fort McAllister, &c. It says
France (France) (search for this): article 2
rseded its action, and thus commenced "the second stage of this tremendous American revolution for themselves." Discussing the conflicting statements of Seward and Mercier, relative to the latter's mission to Richmond, the Times regrets Seward's denial of the humane act impaled to him by Mercier, which would reflect credit on him, and, at the expense of Mr. Seward's veracity, expresses the belief that Seward did listen to Mercier's counsels. The London Globe thinks it the duty of either France or the United States to demand an apology for the contradiction existing between Seward and Mercier. The Kangaroo, from Liverpool, arrived on the 11th and brought 825 bales of cotton. The City of Baltimore brought 369 bales. Mr. Alexander Ramsay appeared and was sworn in as U. S. Senator from Minnesota on Thursday. An engagement between Russians and Polish insurgents is reported, lasting eight hours. The Russians were defeated and fled, and took refuge on Prussian territory.
Stanford, Ky. (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 2
t is of "no consequence." The object was to last the strength and capacity of the and to train the gunners. Success is due as much to Commander Worden as to the qualities of the Monitors. "The time is not far distant when our iron-clads will give such a report of themselves as will be heard at the ends of the earth." [A loud report.] Propositions for an armistices. --Fernando Wood addresses a note to the editors of the Evening Post in reply to their comments on his statement at Stanford, Conn., on the evening of the 9th, "that propositions for an armistices, or peace had been submitted to the President on the 12th December last, which, had they been accepted, would have terminated this war by the 1st of April upon a basis satisfactory to the people North and South." The Post inquired who made these propositions which would have settled the matter by All Fro's day what are they, and why not make them public? Mr. Wood replies that the statement was made by him delibera
Norway (Norway) (search for this): article 2
rrent. The Warrenton Fort fired bravely and rapidly, and, it was reported that the Monitor in "a very vulnerable spot." The Government is advised of rebel movements for privateers on the Pacific ocean. Four Secession females were to-day arrested by the Provost Guard, on Pennsylvania Avenue, through which they were riding in a carriage, cheering for Jeff. Davis and singing Secession songs. Latest.--London, Feb. 27. --The Spanish Ministry have resigned. It is reported that Norway is forming a new Cabinet. The Polish question is unchanged. General Magles's removal caused great regret.--Two or three Generals said "they would not be far behind Gen. Nagles in their journey northward." The belief is he has been removed because he does not sympathize with the Generals in the Department of the South, whose sympathies are altogether with the negro. The famous steamer Union, one of the fastest afloat, is at Fortress Monroe, and, it is rumored, will take a cruise af
Cape Fear (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 2
shed. The attack on Charleston has not yet commenced. Charleston papers say neither the Indianola nor Queen of the West have been destroyed. A captured rebel officer states that negotiations for peace have been under consideration for the past three weeks at Richmond, but the fact had not been permitted to go before the public. The British steamer Queen of the Wave ran ashore near Charleston, and Dupont was using every exertion to save her. The British steamship Douro, captured off Cape Fear on the 9th by a U. S. gunboat was brought to New York on the 12th as a prize. Her cargo was 420 bales of cotton, and some turpentine and tobacco. She ran the blockade at Wilmington and was making for Nassau. Gen. Hunter's quarrel with Foster is still unsettled. Hunter has ordered Gen. Neglee to New York, and in his farewell to his division he predicts that "truth is mighty, and will prevail." The prize steamers Adela and Virginia and bark Moblen Williamson and brig J. W. Sawye
Fort McAllister (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 2
ce retreated towards Shelbyville on the night of the 11th and the means of crossing Luck river are destroyed. This postpones the expected engagement. At Fort McAllister the Montank was struck with solid shot 70 times, and was lifted clear out of the water at the bow by the explosion of a torpedo, but not injured. The action iles east of Paris Ky. A forage train was attacked by fifty guerillas who were beaten off by the teamsters and the guard. Reinforcements have been sent. Fort McAllister. --The Herald publishes a "correspondence" of about ten about the bombardment of Fort McAllister, &c. It says its capture was not the object of the expedFort McAllister, &c. It says its capture was not the object of the expedition. The Fort is of "no consequence." The object was to last the strength and capacity of the and to train the gunners. Success is due as much to Commander Worden as to the qualities of the Monitors. "The time is not far distant when our iron-clads will give such a report of themselves as will be heard at the ends of the eart
Minnesota (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 2
ect credit on him, and, at the expense of Mr. Seward's veracity, expresses the belief that Seward did listen to Mercier's counsels. The London Globe thinks it the duty of either France or the United States to demand an apology for the contradiction existing between Seward and Mercier. The Kangaroo, from Liverpool, arrived on the 11th and brought 825 bales of cotton. The City of Baltimore brought 369 bales. Mr. Alexander Ramsay appeared and was sworn in as U. S. Senator from Minnesota on Thursday. An engagement between Russians and Polish insurgents is reported, lasting eight hours. The Russians were defeated and fled, and took refuge on Prussian territory. In Liverpool American cotton advanced ¼ to ½ penny, and other qualities declined ½ to 1 penny. New Hampshire Election.--Returns show a decided gain for the conservatives and a corresponding falling off of the strength of the nigger heads. The conservative gain is in almost exact proportion to the Repu
New Hampshire (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): article 2
e Kangaroo, from Liverpool, arrived on the 11th and brought 825 bales of cotton. The City of Baltimore brought 369 bales. Mr. Alexander Ramsay appeared and was sworn in as U. S. Senator from Minnesota on Thursday. An engagement between Russians and Polish insurgents is reported, lasting eight hours. The Russians were defeated and fled, and took refuge on Prussian territory. In Liverpool American cotton advanced ¼ to ½ penny, and other qualities declined ½ to 1 penny. New Hampshire Election.--Returns show a decided gain for the conservatives and a corresponding falling off of the strength of the nigger heads. The conservative gain is in almost exact proportion to the Republican loss on the vote of last year. The Democratic gain in 91 towns is --the Republican loss is 1,712. Concord, N. H., March 12--P. M. --The returns from several towns in the 2d Congressional District received since this forenoon brings Mr. Rollins's majority down to so small a figure
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