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Grant's Pass (Oregon, 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."
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."
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."
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."