Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1864., [Electronic resource].
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From New York papers of the 11th inst. we take some additional intelligence: Gen. Butler's Blunder — the late Attack on Richmond — some one has blundered again. The late movement on Richmond is acknowledged to have been a failure, and old Butler is in a worse humor than when he run against Magruder at Bethel. The foButler is in a worse humor than when he run against Magruder at Bethel. The following telegrams tell the tale: Washington, Feb. 10.--The civilians and political critics of the army are indignant that the late dash in the direction of Richmond should be attended with such signal failure. Their plans were all perfect, and they cannot see how the error occurred. A number of excited individuals have been
d the cause of the country, is ordered to leave the department forthwith, and not to return under pain of being put to hard, but honest, labor. By order of Major Gen. Butler. R. S. Davis, Major and A. A. G.
The campaign in the Southwest--the advance of Hurlburt and M'Pherson.
The Federal force which is now advancing int