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From Northern Virginia. The intelligence which we receive from our forces now operating on the Northern border of the State is exceedingly meagre. We have nothing really definite or satisfactory as to the present location of our army, and only rumors with reference to the movements of the enemy. Some of the passengers who came down on the Central train yesterday evening assert positively that the main body of Meade's forces has crossed the Potomac at different fords east of the mountains, whilst others maintain that there is no considerable force of the enemy on the South side of the river, and that they have only their cavalry on the Virginia side. Between these conflicting statements it is difficult to arrive at the truth.
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
From Northern Virginia. The intelligence which we receive from our forces now operating on the Northern border of the State is exceedingly meagre. We have nothing really definite or satisfactory as to the present location of our army, and only rumors with reference to the movements of the enemy. Some of the passengers who came down on the Central train yesterday evening assert positively that the main body of Meade's forces has crossed the Potomac at different fords east of the mountains, whilst others maintain that there is no considerable force of the enemy on the South side of the river, and that they have only their cavalry on the Virginia side. Between these conflicting statements it is difficult to arrive at the truth.
Isaac D. Waller (search for this): article 8
Queer Mistake. --Some few days since Mr. Isaac D. Waller appeared before the Mayor to answer the charge of beating his wife, and thereby disturbing the neighborhood by her cries. Yesterday morning two gentlemen appeared in Court and stated that so far from the charge being true, Waller was an exceedingly kind man, and that Mrs. W.'s cries were the fruits of hysteron, from which she frequently suffers. Queer Mistake. --Some few days since Mr. Isaac D. Waller appeared before the Mayor to answer the charge of beating his wife, and thereby disturbing the neighborhood by her cries. Yesterday morning two gentlemen appeared in Court and stated that so far from the charge being true, Waller was an exceedingly kind man, and that Mrs. W.'s cries were the fruits of hysteron, from which she frequently suffers.
July 20th (search for this): article 9
Destruction of a Federal gunboat by a torpedo. A dispatch was yesterday received at the Navy Department, in this city, from Commander Brown, dated Yazoo City, July 20th, stating that the Federal gunboat DeKalb, thirteen guns, had been totally destroyed, on the 18th, by the explosion of a torpedo which had been placed in the Yazoo river to prevent the Federal war vessels from ascending that stream.
Destruction of a Federal gunboat by a torpedo. A dispatch was yesterday received at the Navy Department, in this city, from Commander Brown, dated Yazoo City, July 20th, stating that the Federal gunboat DeKalb, thirteen guns, had been totally destroyed, on the 18th, by the explosion of a torpedo which had been placed in the Yazoo river to prevent the Federal war vessels from ascending that stream.
Gen Harvey Brown (search for this): article 9
Destruction of a Federal gunboat by a torpedo. A dispatch was yesterday received at the Navy Department, in this city, from Commander Brown, dated Yazoo City, July 20th, stating that the Federal gunboat DeKalb, thirteen guns, had been totally destroyed, on the 18th, by the explosion of a torpedo which had been placed in the Yazoo river to prevent the Federal war vessels from ascending that stream.
Yazoo River (United States) (search for this): article 9
Destruction of a Federal gunboat by a torpedo. A dispatch was yesterday received at the Navy Department, in this city, from Commander Brown, dated Yazoo City, July 20th, stating that the Federal gunboat DeKalb, thirteen guns, had been totally destroyed, on the 18th, by the explosion of a torpedo which had been placed in the Yazoo river to prevent the Federal war vessels from ascending that stream.
Yazoo City (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 9
Destruction of a Federal gunboat by a torpedo. A dispatch was yesterday received at the Navy Department, in this city, from Commander Brown, dated Yazoo City, July 20th, stating that the Federal gunboat DeKalb, thirteen guns, had been totally destroyed, on the 18th, by the explosion of a torpedo which had been placed in the Yazoo river to prevent the Federal war vessels from ascending that stream.
Burglary. --Reuben and Felix, slaves, charges with burglariously entering the store-house of John Ahern and stealing $100 work of lard, are now in prison, awaiting trial for the offence.
John Ahern (search for this): article 9
Burglary. --Reuben and Felix, slaves, charges with burglariously entering the store-house of John Ahern and stealing $100 work of lard, are now in prison, awaiting trial for the offence.
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