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Saxe Weimer (search for this): article 1
f Union College. Return of Secretary Cameron and Adjutant General Thomas. Secretary Cameron and Adjutant General Thomas returned to-day from their tour of inspection of the Northern forts and arsenal. Consul of the Grand Luchy of Saxe Weimer. Frederick Kune has been recognized by the President as Consul of the Grand Duchy of Saxe Weimer for the States of New York. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. News from Mexico. A gentlemaSaxe Weimer for the States of New York. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. News from Mexico. A gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico has just arrived here with important information which he has laid before the Government from the west coast of Mexico and Sonora. If appears that the whole west coast is greatly excited at the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain in their affairs, and they have applied to our Government to know whether it will sustain them in their stand against the intrigues of Spain. The rebel accents are now very busy in that section of Mexico. The
play of fire-works was magnificent. The rockets, bursting high in every direction, filled the whole arch of heaven with splendid spangles of red, white, and blue. Conspicuous among the fixed places in front General of McClellan's was one representing a monument, upon which was inscribed in letters of light the name of "McClellan." It was surmounted with an eagle of glowing fire, bearing in its talons the national flag suspended on either side. At the conclusion of the presentation at General McCiell this house the procession moved on and proceeded across the Long Bridge to the headquarters of Gen. Blenker's division on the Virginia side of the Potomac. The army. A change has been made in the disposition of the staff of the General in Chief, and the location of the various ces for the transaction of the business of the army. The headquarters of the army, temporarily superintended by Colonel Cothurn, of the General's staff, will be at General Scott's old quarters, on Seve
Frederick Kune (search for this): article 1
typhoid fever, accompanied by severe hemorrhage.--He resigned his position as Inspector General of the State of New York, and accepted the Colonelcy of the Eighteenth. He was in his thirtieth year, and a son of Professor Jackson of Union College. Return of Secretary Cameron and Adjutant General Thomas. Secretary Cameron and Adjutant General Thomas returned to-day from their tour of inspection of the Northern forts and arsenal. Consul of the Grand Luchy of Saxe Weimer. Frederick Kune has been recognized by the President as Consul of the Grand Duchy of Saxe Weimer for the States of New York. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. News from Mexico. A gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico has just arrived here with important information which he has laid before the Government from the west coast of Mexico and Sonora. If appears that the whole west coast is greatly excited at the contemplated intervention of England
lan showed himself at the window and subsequently upon the porch, attended by General Blenker, by whom he was presented to the throng.Gen. McClellan bowed in acknowledgment of the compliment paid to him, and gracefully received the assurances of Gen. Blenker that the men of his division were ready to prove their attachment to the flag of the Union by braving a soldier's death in its defence. Among the transparencies carried in the procession the most remarkable bore upon one side the words: "Hall to McClellan, " and on the reverse, "Lincoln, liberty and law." The display of fire-works was magnificent. The rockets, bursting high in every direction, filled the whole arch of heaven with splendid spangles of red, white, and blue. Conspicuous among the fixed places in front General of McClellan's was one representing a monument, upon which was inscribed in letters of light the name of "McClellan." It was surmounted with an eagle of glowing fire, bearing in its talons the national flag su
William Arnold (search for this): article 1
lines in Virginia; Prof. Lowe will leave with one on a steamer, which will be anchored in the river, while he makes his reconnaissances, and watches the movements of the rebels on the Virginia shore. For the management of the five balloons, sixteen wagons, 85 horses, and six hundred men, exclusive of those on the boat, are employed. Affairs in Alexandria. The election for corporate authorities at Alexandria, to displace the present disloyal incumbents, is fixed for the 20th inst. Wm. Arnold, Lewis McKenzie, Stephen Shinn, and Henry Mansfield, are the Commissioners appointed to conduct the election. The prominent citizens of Alexandria arrested on suspicion of holding an election for member of the rebel Congress have been dismissed, for the want of evidence to convict them. The amount of property of rebel debtors seized and held by the Provost Judge of Alexandria is over twenty thousand dollars. It is held by an order issued by General McClellan. It is believed
Zarvona Thomas (search for this): article 1
.--He resigned his position as Inspector General of the State of New York, and accepted the Colonelcy of the Eighteenth. He was in his thirtieth year, and a son of Professor Jackson of Union College. Return of Secretary Cameron and Adjutant General Thomas. Secretary Cameron and Adjutant General Thomas returned to-day from their tour of inspection of the Northern forts and arsenal. Consul of the Grand Luchy of Saxe Weimer. Frederick Kune has been recognized by the President asAdjutant General Thomas returned to-day from their tour of inspection of the Northern forts and arsenal. Consul of the Grand Luchy of Saxe Weimer. Frederick Kune has been recognized by the President as Consul of the Grand Duchy of Saxe Weimer for the States of New York. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. News from Mexico. A gentleman occupying a high position in Mexico has just arrived here with important information which he has laid before the Government from the west coast of Mexico and Sonora. If appears that the whole west coast is greatly excited at the contemplated intervention of England, France, and Spain in their affairs, and they
ently upon the porch, attended by General Blenker, by whom he was presented to the throng.Gen. McClellan bowed in acknowledgment of the compliment paid to him, and gracefully received the assurances of Gen. Blenker that the men of his division were ready to prove their attachment to the flag of the Union by braving a soldier's death in its defence. Among the transparencies carried in the procession the most remarkable bore upon one side the words: "Hall to McClellan, " and on the reverse, "Lincoln, liberty and law." The display of fire-works was magnificent. The rockets, bursting high in every direction, filled the whole arch of heaven with splendid spangles of red, white, and blue. Conspicuous among the fixed places in front General of McClellan's was one representing a monument, upon which was inscribed in letters of light the name of "McClellan." It was surmounted with an eagle of glowing fire, bearing in its talons the national flag suspended on either side. At the conclusion
, and was conveyed thence to Gen. McCall, who gave her a poss to the city, to the Provost Marshal. She was provided with accommodations at a private house, and this morning will be permitted to visit her husband at the Thirteenth street prison. She expresses her determination to remain with her husband, and share his fortunes. She professes to be ignorant of any reasons why he should be arrested. The rebel steamer page. Last night a telegraphic dispatch was received from Gen. Hocker, stating that, from observations made by our troops on the Potomac, it was believed that the rebel steamer Page had come out of Quantico creek into the Potomac. No further intelligence has been received in relation to the matter, and it is believed that it is a misapprehension. There have been no arrivals from the flotilla to-day. Yesterday the Mary Ellen, a high deck propeller, used as a transport, came up past the rebel batteries without difficulty, and last night left the Navy- yard
not remain in a command under him. The command in Missouri. It is not proposed, at present, to interfere with Gen. Hunter's command in Missouri, Gen. Hallock remains, therefore, without any leading command at present. Thurlow Weed's viop the war, but to avoid being summoned to testify before the Congressional Committee in regard to army contracts. Dr. Hunter's wife. To-day, Mrs. Hunter, the wife of Mr. Hunter, of Fairfax county, who was arrested two days since on suspicioMrs. Hunter, the wife of Mr. Hunter, of Fairfax county, who was arrested two days since on suspicion of furnishing information to the rebels, came to our lines, accompanied by a young girl, and asked to be conducted to headquarters. She was taken to Gen. Hancock's headquarters, and was conveyed thence to Gen. McCall, who gave her a poss to the cMr. Hunter, of Fairfax county, who was arrested two days since on suspicion of furnishing information to the rebels, came to our lines, accompanied by a young girl, and asked to be conducted to headquarters. She was taken to Gen. Hancock's headquarters, and was conveyed thence to Gen. McCall, who gave her a poss to the city, to the Provost Marshal. She was provided with accommodations at a private house, and this morning will be permitted to visit her husband at the Thirteenth street prison. She expresses her determination to remain with her husband, and sha
Frank P. Blair (search for this): article 1
fice from the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Nineteenth street, to the new Headquarters of the Army of the Potomac, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Sixteenth street, where also will be the offices of the other members of General McClellan's staff. The private residence of General McClellan, at the corner of 11 and Fifteenth staff, will be occupied by himself and family, his father-in-law, General Marcy, and his brother, Captain McClellan, who are also members of his staff. Colonel Frank P. Blair will leave here this afternoon for Missouri, to rejoin his regiment. Affairs on the lower Potomac. The Resolute came up to the Navy-Yard this evening, and returned with the mails for the upper division of the Potomac flotilla — She reports that the gun-boat Dawn passed down the river night before last, without receiving any attention from the rebel batteries. Thirty-two shots were this morning fired at four oyster porgies passing up the river, without doing any damage whate
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