Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 5, 1863., [Electronic resource].
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Latest from the North. Through the courtesy of the officers of the Exchange Bureau we have received New York papers of Monday last, the 2d inst.: The capture of Lookout Mountain — Gallantry of the 11th and 12th corps--the rebels driven at the point of the bayonet. Under this heading the New York Tribune publishes the following official telegram from General Thomas: Chattanooga, Oct. 29, 1863. Maj-Gen. H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief: In the fight of last night the enemy attacked Gen. Geary's division, posted at Waxahachie, on three sides, and broke his camp at one point, but was driven back in most gallant style by part of his force, the remainder being held in reserve. Howard, while marching to Geary's relief, was attacked in the flank, the enemy occupying in force two commanding hills on the left of the road. He immediately threw forward two of his regiments and took both at the point of the bayonet, driving the enemy from his breastworks and across Loo
The Iron rams. The Liverpool papers, of the 21st ult., contradict the report that a guard of marines had been put on board one of the rams in the Mersey to prevent her sailing. In the meantime the work on one of the rams, El Trousers, is being rapidly pushed forward, and no attempt is made to conceal the warlike character of the vessel. The Levant Herald, of Constantinople, confirms the report that the Turkish Government has offered to buy the rams. Two other members of the British Ministry, the Secretary of War and the Solicitor General, have made speeches on the American war. Both defended the course hitherto pursued by the Government and the continuance of strict neutrality.