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The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
February 19th (search for this): article 1
The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
D. H. Maury (search for this): article 1
The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of PasThe following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
Pascagoula (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 1
The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
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The Anticipated attack on Mobile. The following dispatch from Major-Gen. Maury is all the information we have with reference to the demonstrations of the enemy against that city: "Mobile, Feb. 19--2 o'clock P. M. "Gen. & Cooper:" "Farragut has not renewed his attack on Grant's Pass. His fleet lies off the Pass in the sound. Weather too bad for action.--Sherman's corps is not advancing down the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. No landing has yet been reported in the direction of Pascagoula. D. H. Maury, Major-Gen."
E. A. Hitchcock (search for this): article 2
Medical assistance to prisoners. We copied a paragraph from a Northern paper relative to a proposition of Commissioner Ould for allowing the surgeons of both countries to attend their respective prisoners. The following is the letter of Mr. Ould: War Department C. S. A., Richmond, Va., Jan. 24, 1864. Mayor Gen. E. A. Hitchcock, Agent of Exchange: Sir --In view of the present difficulties attending the exchange and release of prisoners, I propose that all such on each side shall be attended by a proper number of their own surgeons, who, undertake to be established, shall be permitted to take charge of their health and comfort. I also propose that these surgeons shall act as Commissioners, with power to receive and distribute such contributions of money, food, clothing and medicines as may be forwarded for the relief of the prisoners. I further propose that these surgeons shall be selected by their own Government, and that they shall have full liberty, at any and a
January 24th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 2
Medical assistance to prisoners. We copied a paragraph from a Northern paper relative to a proposition of Commissioner Ould for allowing the surgeons of both countries to attend their respective prisoners. The following is the letter of Mr. Ould: War Department C. S. A., Richmond, Va., Jan. 24, 1864. Mayor Gen. E. A. Hitchcock, Agent of Exchange: Sir --In view of the present difficulties attending the exchange and release of prisoners, I propose that all such on each side shall be attended by a proper number of their own surgeons, who, undertake to be established, shall be permitted to take charge of their health and comfort. I also propose that these surgeons shall act as Commissioners, with power to receive and distribute such contributions of money, food, clothing and medicines as may be forwarded for the relief of the prisoners. I further propose that these surgeons shall be selected by their own Government, and that they shall have full liberty, at any and
Medical assistance to prisoners. We copied a paragraph from a Northern paper relative to a proposition of Commissioner Ould for allowing the surgeons of both countries to attend their respective prisoners. The following is the letter of Mr. Ould: War Department C. S. A., Richmond, Va., Jan. 24, 1864. Mayor Gen. E. A.Mr. Ould: War Department C. S. A., Richmond, Va., Jan. 24, 1864. Mayor Gen. E. A. Hitchcock, Agent of Exchange: Sir --In view of the present difficulties attending the exchange and release of prisoners, I propose that all such on each side shall be attended by a proper number of their own surgeons, who, undertake to be established, shall be permitted to take charge of their health and comfort. I also propose that these surgeons shall be selected by their own Government, and that they shall have full liberty, at any and all times, through the Agents of Exchange, to make reports not only of their own acts but of any matters relating to the welfare of the prisoners. Respectfully, your obed't sv't, R. Ould, Agent of Exchange.
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