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Nassau River (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 13
which landed at the White House with Keyed, nothing is said. The correspondent says Peck is advancing from Suffolk. Miscellaneous. John Morgan has creased into Kentucky, with 5,000 rebel cavalry. Only 21 regiments have been sent from other States to aid Pennsylvania in driving back the Confederates. A Pennsylvania letter writer gives the following whine: "Our poor farmers are driving off their cattle in crowds." He might have added that the Confederate troops were helping them in the operation. The safe arrival of Vallandigham at Nassau is announced in the Northern papers. He is going to Canada. The Confederate privateer Tacony is said to have burned six schooners from Gloucester, and three ships off Nantucket Island on Monday, 22d inst. The Provost Marshal of Baltimore has issued an order prohibiting the Baltimore papers from making any extracts from the New York World, New York Express, New York Caucasian, Cincinnati Enquirer, and Chicago Times.
Suffolk, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
t was supposed Wise would leave at Diascund Bridge after sending a portion of his troops to the Chickahominy to stop the advance there. At the same time two regiments of infantry were sent up the Centreville road to get in rear of Diascund and capture the Confederates when they should be driven in by Col. West. Of course the trapping of Wise proved a dead failure. Of the expedition which landed at the White House with Keyed, nothing is said. The correspondent says Peck is advancing from Suffolk. Miscellaneous. John Morgan has creased into Kentucky, with 5,000 rebel cavalry. Only 21 regiments have been sent from other States to aid Pennsylvania in driving back the Confederates. A Pennsylvania letter writer gives the following whine: "Our poor farmers are driving off their cattle in crowds." He might have added that the Confederate troops were helping them in the operation. The safe arrival of Vallandigham at Nassau is announced in the Northern papers. He is
Gloucester, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
which landed at the White House with Keyed, nothing is said. The correspondent says Peck is advancing from Suffolk. Miscellaneous. John Morgan has creased into Kentucky, with 5,000 rebel cavalry. Only 21 regiments have been sent from other States to aid Pennsylvania in driving back the Confederates. A Pennsylvania letter writer gives the following whine: "Our poor farmers are driving off their cattle in crowds." He might have added that the Confederate troops were helping them in the operation. The safe arrival of Vallandigham at Nassau is announced in the Northern papers. He is going to Canada. The Confederate privateer Tacony is said to have burned six schooners from Gloucester, and three ships off Nantucket Island on Monday, 22d inst. The Provost Marshal of Baltimore has issued an order prohibiting the Baltimore papers from making any extracts from the New York World, New York Express, New York Caucasian, Cincinnati Enquirer, and Chicago Times.
McConnellsburg (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 13
Further from the North. Northern dates of the 25th inst. have been received. Of course the papers are chiefly filled with news concerning. General Ewell's march in Maryland and Pennsylvania. A dispatch from McConnelsburg, dated on the 23d, asserts on the authority of two Confederate deserters that the whole of Ewell's corps is within the State of Pennsylvania, and that the rebels are overrunning Franklin. They had taken Mercersburg in the same county, and driven in the Federal pickets on the other side of that town, in their advance on Harrisburg At Harrisburg great excitement prevailed on the evening of the 24th, at the report that the enemy were advancing in strong force on Carlisle, which is about 7 miles from the town. They were meeting with no opposition. Gen Knipe would probably give them battle at that place on the 25th, on which day they were expected to arrive. No infantry had been discovered in the rebel force, though a large body was thought to be with it. From
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 13
se the papers are chiefly filled with news concerning. General Ewell's march in Maryland and Pennsylvania. A dispatch from McConnelsburg, dated on the 23d, asserts on the authority of two Confederate deserters that the whole of Ewell's corps is within the State of Pennsylvania, and that the rebels are overrunning Franklin. They had taken Mercersburg in the same county, and driven in the Federad Antietam fords, and that it has been going on since Friday or Saturday last. The people of Pennsylvania must now be prepared to defend their soil from the tread of the invader, for devastation, plurough Martinsburg, and large numbers of horses, the fruits of plander in Western Maryland and Pennsylvania. The advance up the Peninsula. The plan of the Yankee raid up the Peninsula, as we gcky, with 5,000 rebel cavalry. Only 21 regiments have been sent from other States to aid Pennsylvania in driving back the Confederates. A Pennsylvania letter writer gives the following whine
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
both burned. The devastation has been extensive and complete. The same correspondent saw droves of fat cattle driven South through Martinsburg, and large numbers of horses, the fruits of plander in Western Maryland and Pennsylvania. The advance up the Peninsula. The plan of the Yankee raid up the Peninsula, as we gather from letters in the Northern papers, was this; Gen. Wise was supposed to have a regiment of his command at Diascund Bridge. Keyes sent three regiments up James river to land on the Chickahominy, and thus draw Wise's attention to his right, while Gordon's division was to go up and attack him in front. When Gordon's advance reached the Twelve mile ordinary he sent forward a regiment of infantry, two squadrons of cavalry and a section of artillery, under Col. West. to attack the force which it was supposed Wise would leave at Diascund Bridge after sending a portion of his troops to the Chickahominy to stop the advance there. At the same time two regim
Mercersburg (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 13
Further from the North. Northern dates of the 25th inst. have been received. Of course the papers are chiefly filled with news concerning. General Ewell's march in Maryland and Pennsylvania. A dispatch from McConnelsburg, dated on the 23d, asserts on the authority of two Confederate deserters that the whole of Ewell's corps is within the State of Pennsylvania, and that the rebels are overrunning Franklin. They had taken Mercersburg in the same county, and driven in the Federal pickets on the other side of that town, in their advance on Harrisburg At Harrisburg great excitement prevailed on the evening of the 24th, at the report that the enemy were advancing in strong force on Carlisle, which is about 7 miles from the town. They were meeting with no opposition. Gen Knipe would probably give them battle at that place on the 25th, on which day they were expected to arrive. No infantry had been discovered in the rebel force, though a large body was thought to be with it. From
Green Spring Run (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 13
railroad between the Opequon and Cumberland have been destroyed, track torn up in many places, and water tanks burned and demolished. At the North Branch bridge, over the Potomac, they fired seventeen shots from a 12 pounder before they could break the top cord, the bridge being an iron one and a very fine structure. Only one span of this bridge was destroyed. The bridge over the South Branch was destroyed entirely. The bridges over Back Creek, Sleepy Creek, Sir John's Run, and Green Spring Run, were all burned, and the water tanks at Green Spring Run and Sir John's Run were both burned. The devastation has been extensive and complete. The same correspondent saw droves of fat cattle driven South through Martinsburg, and large numbers of horses, the fruits of plander in Western Maryland and Pennsylvania. The advance up the Peninsula. The plan of the Yankee raid up the Peninsula, as we gather from letters in the Northern papers, was this; Gen. Wise was supposed to
Cumberland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 13
done by the Confederate forces to the Chesapeake and Ohio canal, says. The aqueduct on the canal at Williamsport has been blown up, the locks destroyed, and all the boats in the vicinity burned. The lock gates at Millstown Point were also torn out, and six canal boats burned. At Green Spring the embankment was broken, and the water running out of the canal into the fields. He corroborated the statement of the other refugee that the canal was a perfect wreck from Williamsport to Cumberland, Md. The rebels have burned about three hundred canal boats on the Baltimore and Ohio canal. They paroled the boatmen and drivers not to divulge any of their movements, and then released them after taking possession of the horses employed in towing the boats. All the bridges on the railroad between the Opequon and Cumberland have been destroyed, track torn up in many places, and water tanks burned and demolished. At the North Branch bridge, over the Potomac, they fired seventeen
Nantucket (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 13
which landed at the White House with Keyed, nothing is said. The correspondent says Peck is advancing from Suffolk. Miscellaneous. John Morgan has creased into Kentucky, with 5,000 rebel cavalry. Only 21 regiments have been sent from other States to aid Pennsylvania in driving back the Confederates. A Pennsylvania letter writer gives the following whine: "Our poor farmers are driving off their cattle in crowds." He might have added that the Confederate troops were helping them in the operation. The safe arrival of Vallandigham at Nassau is announced in the Northern papers. He is going to Canada. The Confederate privateer Tacony is said to have burned six schooners from Gloucester, and three ships off Nantucket Island on Monday, 22d inst. The Provost Marshal of Baltimore has issued an order prohibiting the Baltimore papers from making any extracts from the New York World, New York Express, New York Caucasian, Cincinnati Enquirer, and Chicago Times.
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