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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 10
n of Staunton, as a result of the gallantly fought action at Piedmont, is important rather as a step than is a result, for Staunton itself is a station off a road which is no longer of great consequence, since it has been thoroughly destroyed east of Gordonsville, But Charlottesville is a station on the road to Lynchburg, and the possession of Lynchburg — that is, the possession of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad--is immeasurably important with reference to the campaigns in Virginia and Georgia. The junction of crook's force with Hunter's shows that there is no enemy of consequence in Western Virginia--all troops having been swept broadly into Leen's army, so that the two lines of railroad which the rebels have guarded most are now by the pressure of Grant's left uncovered, and are abandoned by the enemy almost without a There is no news from Gen Hunter more than the 9th, at which time his forces were in destroyed the Virginia Control distance and west of . The enemy were
Burkeville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
a--all troops having been swept broadly into Leen's army, so that the two lines of railroad which the rebels have guarded most are now by the pressure of Grant's left uncovered, and are abandoned by the enemy almost without a There is no news from Gen Hunter more than the 9th, at which time his forces were in destroyed the Virginia Control distance and west of . The enemy were to have bank in the direction of place, is to the of rebel communication with Richmond, otherwise by way of Burkeville and the Probably the next advices from Gen will the direction of his a detailed account of how the late United States cutter Harriet Lane and three other Confederate steamer, namely; the Matagorda, (Atice,) Isabel, and another, (name unknown,) escaped from the harbor on the sight of the 39th of April. The Yankees were expecting that the attempt would be made, and knowing the speed of the Harriet Lane, had sent their fastest vessel (the Lackawanna) to watch her, but it happen
Canada (Canada) (search for this): article 10
Copper head. The Washington Dail, Chronicle, of Friday, last, June 12, has the following editorial on Vallandigham, who has again returned to Ohio, despite Lincoln's edict driving him from his home. Vallandigham's return, or escape, from Canada — call it by either name — does not, from all appearance, excite the ecstasies of the Opposition leaders. We do not say he has come unbidden, nor that his visit was not prearranged; but, to those who have been looking forward with high hopes to fire and sword though the city of New York, and, in a carnival of blood and carnage, destroyed property and human lives — all in the name of Democracy. Are they ready for such other experiments? The agitators who have escorted Vallandigham from Canada are the same who put him upon the Democratic ticket for Governor last fall in the state of Ohio. It was this in suit to thousands of good men who, up to that period, remained in the Democratic organization, that swelled the majority for John Bro<
United States (United States) (search for this): article 10
Late United States news. Vallandigham-how to dispose of the Copper head. The Washington Dail, Chronicle, of Friday, last, June 12, has the following editorial on Vallandigham, who has again returned to Ohio, despite Lincoln's edict driving cago National Convention. Why not, then, on leaders of the Opposition, nominate Mr Vallandigham for President of the United States? He is a superfine martyr, ready made, filled to the brim with arguments against the Union, covered all over with a Governor of Ohio, should not be pushed from his stool now that they are seeking for a candidate for President of the United States. It would be sheer ingratitude to desert him when he has once more entered upon his old stamping grand and bravely rand the Probably the next advices from Gen will the direction of his a detailed account of how the late United States cutter Harriet Lane and three other Confederate steamer, namely; the Matagorda, (Atice,) Isabel, and another, (name u
Piedmont, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
ave shown admirable energy and skill. The expedition under Crook and Averill, which had once retired, again moved forward, and the line of advance up the Valley upon Staunton was resumed with a vigor which left nothing to be desired Superfluous baggage was sent to the rear, communications were abandoned, and Gen Hunter went forward with a force and celerity that seem to have been equally surprising to the enemy. The occupation of Staunton, as a result of the gallantly fought action at Piedmont, is important rather as a step than is a result, for Staunton itself is a station off a road which is no longer of great consequence, since it has been thoroughly destroyed east of Gordonsville, But Charlottesville is a station on the road to Lynchburg, and the possession of Lynchburg — that is, the possession of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad--is immeasurably important with reference to the campaigns in Virginia and Georgia. The junction of crook's force with Hunter's shows that ther
New York (New York, United States) (search for this): article 10
Convention--to such power hunting chiefs of the pro-slavery Democracy. Vallandigham's apparition will be like that of the "blood bolted Banquo," which so applied the guilty and remorseful Macbeth. Most bitterly have the calculating Opposition leaders rued their experiment of Vallandigham in Ohio after he was sent over the border; and also that other adventure under the suspires of the followers of Ferrando Wood, when, in paired by his teachings, they carried fire and sword though the city of New York, and, in a carnival of blood and carnage, destroyed property and human lives — all in the name of Democracy. Are they ready for such other experiments? The agitators who have escorted Vallandigham from Canada are the same who put him upon the Democratic ticket for Governor last fall in the state of Ohio. It was this in suit to thousands of good men who, up to that period, remained in the Democratic organization, that swelled the majority for John Brough to more than one hundred and t
Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 10
was sent over the border; and also that other adventure under the suspires of the followers of Ferrando Wood, when, in paired by his teachings, they carried fire and sword though the city of New York, and, in a carnival of blood and carnage, destroyed property and human lives — all in the name of Democracy. Are they ready for such other experiments? The agitators who have escorted Vallandigham from Canada are the same who put him upon the Democratic ticket for Governor last fall in the state of Ohio. It was this in suit to thousands of good men who, up to that period, remained in the Democratic organization, that swelled the majority for John Brough to more than one hundred and twenty thousand votes; that fired every column of Union soldiers in the army, and that allowed the heart of every sincere Democrat in other States with mortification and anger. It is a little difficult to say how these men how intend to dispose of their had bargain. He to have made up his mind. He remains
West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
is a result, for Staunton itself is a station off a road which is no longer of great consequence, since it has been thoroughly destroyed east of Gordonsville, But Charlottesville is a station on the road to Lynchburg, and the possession of Lynchburg — that is, the possession of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad--is immeasurably important with reference to the campaigns in Virginia and Georgia. The junction of crook's force with Hunter's shows that there is no enemy of consequence in Western Virginia--all troops having been swept broadly into Leen's army, so that the two lines of railroad which the rebels have guarded most are now by the pressure of Grant's left uncovered, and are abandoned by the enemy almost without a There is no news from Gen Hunter more than the 9th, at which time his forces were in destroyed the Virginia Control distance and west of . The enemy were to have bank in the direction of place, is to the of rebel communication with Richmond, otherwise by way o
Mare (Papua New Guinea) (search for this): article 10
for John Brough to more than one hundred and twenty thousand votes; that fired every column of Union soldiers in the army, and that allowed the heart of every sincere Democrat in other States with mortification and anger. It is a little difficult to say how these men how intend to dispose of their had bargain. He to have made up his mind. He remains without exactly unfurling the manner of rebellion, but while cautioning his political friends to abstain from acts of violence on his account, Mare he advises "none to shrink from any responsibility, however urgent, if forced upon him. " So effective was his speech upon the Ohio Democratic District Convention, on the 15th inst, that he was immediately elected a delegate to the Chicago National Convention. Why not, then, on leaders of the Opposition, nominate Mr Vallandigham for President of the United States? He is a superfine martyr, ready made, filled to the brim with arguments against the Union, covered all over with a new coat
egate to the Chicago National Convention. Why not, then, on leaders of the Opposition, nominate Mr Vallandigham for President of the United States? He is a superfine martyr, ready made, filled to the brim with arguments against the Union, covered all over with a new coat of prejudices against his country, fitted upon him while in her Majesty's dominions, and, if possible, a little more battery opposed to Abraham Lincoln and to the loyal Democracy of Ohio than he was before Messrs Pendleton, Cox, and the rest, placed him before the people of that State as a candidate for Governor. We insist that Mr Vallandigham, having been endorsed by these high priests of the synagogue for Governor of Ohio, should not be pushed from his stool now that they are seeking for a candidate for President of the United States. It would be sheer ingratitude to desert him when he has once more entered upon his old stamping grand and bravely repeated his old treason. It is shrewdly suspected in some quarte
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