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January, 8 AD (search for this): article 1
Congressional Summary. In the Senate Monday, the amendment of the House to the bill excepting from the operation of the Fending act the ten year bonds and two year Treasury notes, heretofore issued, was concurred in. The amendment requires the two year notes to be funded prior to the 1st of August. The Senate disagreed to the House amendment to the bill reorganizing the clerical force of the Treasury Department. The House proposed to strike out the provisions of the bill requiring the Secretary of the Treasury, in the appointment of female clerks, to give the preference to the wives and daughters of soldiers, and to insert in lien thereof a clause authorizing the appointment of females whose labor is necessary to their support. After a long secret session, the Senate took up the resolution prescribing the seal of the Confederate States. The motto was altered so as to read, "Deo Vindice, " and the resolution was then adopted. In the House, the closing hereof the
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
to the bill reorganizing the clerical force of the Treasury Department. The House proposed to strike out the provisions of the bill requiring the Secretary of the Treasury, in the appointment of female clerks, to give the preference to the wives and daughters of soldiers, and to insert in lien thereof a clause authorizing the appointment of females whose labor is necessary to their support. After a long secret session, the Senate took up the resolution prescribing the seal of the Confederate States. The motto was altered so as to read, "Deo Vindice, " and the resolution was then adopted. In the House, the closing hereof the session are being given to the public business in secret session. Much of this business is of a character to require secret action, relating as it does to the conduct of the war and our relations with foreign powers. When the time arrives for its disclosure, the injection of secrecy will be removed. We understand that several important hills were yest
April 20th (search for this): article 1
[Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 25. --The water at Fort Pemberton has fallen four fact. It is falling two inches daily. Communication with the lake has been re-established. The enemy have not advanced nearer Newton Whilst at Starksville they burnt Louisville (so reads the dispatch) and hung Dr. Covington. Gen. Adams telegraphs at 8.50 A. M., "I am waiting the return of a party sent from the lake to open communication with Meridian." [Third Dispatch.] Jackson, April 20. --The force which passed Pontotoc does not exceed 1,620 cavalry, with five pieces of artillery. About two hundred man, with one gun, turned back. carrying the sick, and stolen property. About eight hundred cavalry and one piece of artillery have gone to Tupelo, and thence to the North. The force operating south of Carolina is the remainder of that which passed Pontotoc. They had no wagons. The secuts at Senatobia say there are no Yankees this side of Coldwater. All have go
The enemy in Northern Mississippi. Jackson, April 25. --At 12 o'clock to day the enemy demanded the surrender of --Gen. Loring arrived with timely reinforcements. and the enemy, reported to be from five to fifteen hundred cavalry, retreated without a fight. About four hundred Yankee cavalry left Starkville about two days ago, and proceeded towards Bankston's Hills. They will take the rend by Grenades or Pottsboro'. They earned, on their retreat, the female institute and other hospital buildings. At Okolona two trains were derail; at Newton the engines were very slightly injured. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 25. --The water at Fort Pemberton has fallen four fact. It is falling two inches daily. Communication with the lake has been re-established. The enemy have not advanced nearer Newton Whilst at Starksville they burnt Louisville (so reads the dispatch) and hung Dr. Covington. Gen. Adams telegraphs at 8.50 A. M., "I am waiting the return
April 25th (search for this): article 1
The enemy in Northern Mississippi. Jackson, April 25. --At 12 o'clock to day the enemy demanded the surrender of --Gen. Loring arrived with timely reinforcements. and the enemy, reported to be from five to fifteen hundred cavalry, retreated without a fight. About four hundred Yankee cavalry left Starkville about two days ago, and proceeded towards Bankston's Hills. They will take the rend by Grenades or Pottsboro'. They earned, on their retreat, the female institute and other hospital buildings. At Okolona two trains were derail; at Newton the engines were very slightly injured. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 25. --The water at Fort Pemberton has fallen four fact. It is falling two inches daily. Communication with the lake has been re-established. The enemy have not advanced nearer Newton Whilst at Starksville they burnt Louisville (so reads the dispatch) and hung Dr. Covington. Gen. Adams telegraphs at 8.50 A. M., "I am waiting the return
arned, on their retreat, the female institute and other hospital buildings. At Okolona two trains were derail; at Newton the engines were very slightly injured. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 25. --The water at Fort Pemberton has fallen four fact. It is falling two inches daily. Communication with the lake has been re-established. The enemy have not advanced nearer Newton Whilst at Starksville they burnt Louisville (so reads the dispatch) and hung Dr. Covington. Gen. Adams telegraphs at 8.50 A. M., "I am waiting the return of a party sent from the lake to open communication with Meridian." [Third Dispatch.] Jackson, April 20. --The force which passed Pontotoc does not exceed 1,620 cavalry, with five pieces of artillery. About two hundred man, with one gun, turned back. carrying the sick, and stolen property. About eight hundred cavalry and one piece of artillery have gone to Tupelo, and thence to the North. The force operating south of C
he return of a party sent from the lake to open communication with Meridian." [Third Dispatch.] Jackson, April 20. --The force which passed Pontotoc does not exceed 1,620 cavalry, with five pieces of artillery. About two hundred man, with one gun, turned back. carrying the sick, and stolen property. About eight hundred cavalry and one piece of artillery have gone to Tupelo, and thence to the North. The force operating south of Carolina is the remainder of that which passed Pontotoc. They had no wagons. The secuts at Senatobia say there are no Yankees this side of Coldwater. All have gone towards Memphis. The enemy camped last night four miles south of Palo Alto. Colonel Bartran completely routed the Yankees at Birmingham on Friday morning. General Bowen, in command at Grand Gulf, says the enemy made a reconnaissance yesterday on his right, at Big-Black. They numbered about three hundred, and retired precipitately at the eight of his battery.
Covington (search for this): article 1
Pottsboro'. They earned, on their retreat, the female institute and other hospital buildings. At Okolona two trains were derail; at Newton the engines were very slightly injured. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 25. --The water at Fort Pemberton has fallen four fact. It is falling two inches daily. Communication with the lake has been re-established. The enemy have not advanced nearer Newton Whilst at Starksville they burnt Louisville (so reads the dispatch) and hung Dr. Covington. Gen. Adams telegraphs at 8.50 A. M., "I am waiting the return of a party sent from the lake to open communication with Meridian." [Third Dispatch.] Jackson, April 20. --The force which passed Pontotoc does not exceed 1,620 cavalry, with five pieces of artillery. About two hundred man, with one gun, turned back. carrying the sick, and stolen property. About eight hundred cavalry and one piece of artillery have gone to Tupelo, and thence to the North. The force o
he return of a party sent from the lake to open communication with Meridian." [Third Dispatch.] Jackson, April 20. --The force which passed Pontotoc does not exceed 1,620 cavalry, with five pieces of artillery. About two hundred man, with one gun, turned back. carrying the sick, and stolen property. About eight hundred cavalry and one piece of artillery have gone to Tupelo, and thence to the North. The force operating south of Carolina is the remainder of that which passed Pontotoc. They had no wagons. The secuts at Senatobia say there are no Yankees this side of Coldwater. All have gone towards Memphis. The enemy camped last night four miles south of Palo Alto. Colonel Bartran completely routed the Yankees at Birmingham on Friday morning. General Bowen, in command at Grand Gulf, says the enemy made a reconnaissance yesterday on his right, at Big-Black. They numbered about three hundred, and retired precipitately at the eight of his battery.
Starksville (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
d towards Bankston's Hills. They will take the rend by Grenades or Pottsboro'. They earned, on their retreat, the female institute and other hospital buildings. At Okolona two trains were derail; at Newton the engines were very slightly injured. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 25. --The water at Fort Pemberton has fallen four fact. It is falling two inches daily. Communication with the lake has been re-established. The enemy have not advanced nearer Newton Whilst at Starksville they burnt Louisville (so reads the dispatch) and hung Dr. Covington. Gen. Adams telegraphs at 8.50 A. M., "I am waiting the return of a party sent from the lake to open communication with Meridian." [Third Dispatch.] Jackson, April 20. --The force which passed Pontotoc does not exceed 1,620 cavalry, with five pieces of artillery. About two hundred man, with one gun, turned back. carrying the sick, and stolen property. About eight hundred cavalry and one piece of arti
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