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The War in the Southwest. We have advices direct from Little Rock. Arkansas as late as the 22nd of June. At that date Gen. was still there while the Federal army, under Courts was on White river, some seventy miles distant. The force of the enemy in Arkansas does exceed ten thousand men and an army order the leadership of such a man as Gen. Stering Price would clean them out with no less of time and carry the war again far within the border of Missouri. Much information has been communicated to us in regard to the situation of affairs to Arkansas but we need say no more than that it is in the power of our Government, by prudent management and energetic measures, to strike a blow from whose effects the Yankee invaders of the would never recover. Our informant was in Vicksburg for a short po and with the bombardment of the city and its results. His opinion is that Vicksburg can not be taken by the enemy. The canal which they were making on the opposite side of the riv
Stering Price (search for this): article 2
The War in the Southwest. We have advices direct from Little Rock. Arkansas as late as the 22nd of June. At that date Gen. was still there while the Federal army, under Courts was on White river, some seventy miles distant. The force of the enemy in Arkansas does exceed ten thousand men and an army order the leadership of such a man as Gen. Stering Price would clean them out with no less of time and carry the war again far within the border of Missouri. Much information has been communicated to us in regard to the situation of affairs to Arkansas but we need say no more than that it is in the power of our Government, by prudent management and energetic measures, to strike a blow from whose effects the Yankee invaders of the would never recover. Our informant was in Vicksburg for a short po and with the bombardment of the city and its results. His opinion is that Vicksburg can not be taken by the enemy. The canal which they were making on the opposite side of the rive
White River (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 2
The War in the Southwest. We have advices direct from Little Rock. Arkansas as late as the 22nd of June. At that date Gen. was still there while the Federal army, under Courts was on White river, some seventy miles distant. The force of the enemy in Arkansas does exceed ten thousand men and an army order the leadership of such a man as Gen. Stering Price would clean them out with no less of time and carry the war again far within the border of Missouri. Much information has been communicated to us in regard to the situation of affairs to Arkansas but we need say no more than that it is in the power of our Government, by prudent management and energetic measures, to strike a blow from whose effects the Yankee invaders of the would never recover. Our informant was in Vicksburg for a short po and with the bombardment of the city and its results. His opinion is that Vicksburg can not be taken by the enemy. The canal which they were making on the opposite side of the riv
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
The War in the Southwest. We have advices direct from Little Rock. Arkansas as late as the 22nd of June. At that date Gen. was still there while the Federal army, under Courts was on White river, some seventy miles distant. The force of the enemy in Arkansas does exceed ten thousand men and an army order the leadership of such a man as Gen. Stering Price would clean them out with no less of time and carry the war again far within the border of Missouri. Much information has been communicated to us in regard to the situation of affairs to Arkansas but we need say no more than that it is in the power of our Government, by prudent management and energetic measures, to strike a blow from whose effects the Yankee invaders of the would never recover. Our informant was in Vicksburg for a short po and with the bombardment of the city and its results. His opinion is that Vicksburg can not be taken by the enemy. The canal which they were making on the opposite side of the rive
Little Rock (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 2
The War in the Southwest. We have advices direct from Little Rock. Arkansas as late as the 22nd of June. At that date Gen. was still there while the Federal army, under Courts was on White river, some seventy miles distant. The force of the enemy in Arkansas does exceed ten thousand men and an army order the leadership of such a man as Gen. Stering Price would clean them out with no less of time and carry the war again far within the border of Missouri. Much information has been communicated to us in regard to the situation of affairs to Arkansas but we need say no more than that it is in the power of our Government, by prudent management and energetic measures, to strike a blow from whose effects the Yankee invaders of the would never recover. Our informant was in Vicksburg for a short po and with the bombardment of the city and its results. His opinion is that Vicksburg can not be taken by the enemy. The canal which they were making on the opposite side of the riv
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 2
The War in the Southwest. We have advices direct from Little Rock. Arkansas as late as the 22nd of June. At that date Gen. was still there while the Federal army, under Courts was on White river, some seventy miles distant. The force of the enemy in Arkansas does exceed ten thousand men and an army order the leadership ofArkansas does exceed ten thousand men and an army order the leadership of such a man as Gen. Stering Price would clean them out with no less of time and carry the war again far within the border of Missouri. Much information has been communicated to us in regard to the situation of affairs to Arkansas but we need say no more than that it is in the power of our Government, by prudent management and eneArkansas but we need say no more than that it is in the power of our Government, by prudent management and energetic measures, to strike a blow from whose effects the Yankee invaders of the would never recover. Our informant was in Vicksburg for a short po and with the bombardment of the city and its results. His opinion is that Vicksburg can not be taken by the enemy. The canal which they were making on the opposite side of the
Hustings Court, Monthly term. --Monday, July 14.--Present: Jas. K. Caskie, Recorder, and a full Bench. Commonwealth vs. Michael Hines, for felony; examined and sent to Judge's Court, and Commonwealth's witnesses recognized. The same judgment was rendered in the following cases of individuals charged with felony, viz; Edw. Flinn, Chas. Toothaker, John McAnally, James M. Traylor, August Smith, and Roger Keenan. Case of Thomas Doyle, for felony, was continued till the next term. A nolle prosequi was entered in one case of felony against Jas. M. Traylor, and Jeff, a slave. Winston, a slave, convicted of felony, was sentenced to receive 39 stripes. Court adjourned to meet at 11 o'clock to day.
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Hustings Court, Monthly term. --Monday, July 14.--Present: Jas. K. Caskie, Recorder, and a full Bench. Commonwealth vs. Michael Hines, for felony; examined and sent to Judge's Court, and Commonwealth's witnesses recognized. The same judgment was rendered in the following cases of individuals charged with felony, viz; Edw. Flinn, Chas. Toothaker, John McAnally, James M. Traylor, August Smith, and Roger Keenan. Case of Thomas Doyle, for felony, was continued till the next term. A nolle prosequi was entered in one case of felony against Jas. M. Traylor, and Jeff, a slave. Winston, a slave, convicted of felony, was sentenced to receive 39 stripes. Court adjourned to meet at 11 o'clock to day.
Hustings Court, Monthly term. --Monday, July 14.--Present: Jas. K. Caskie, Recorder, and a full Bench. Commonwealth vs. Michael Hines, for felony; examined and sent to Judge's Court, and Commonwealth's witnesses recognized. The same judgment was rendered in the following cases of individuals charged with felony, viz; Edw. Flinn, Chas. Toothaker, John McAnally, James M. Traylor, August Smith, and Roger Keenan. Case of Thomas Doyle, for felony, was continued till the next term. A nolle prosequi was entered in one case of felony against Jas. M. Traylor, and Jeff, a slave. Winston, a slave, convicted of felony, was sentenced to receive 39 stripes. Court adjourned to meet at 11 o'clock to day.
Thomas Doyle (search for this): article 2
Hustings Court, Monthly term. --Monday, July 14.--Present: Jas. K. Caskie, Recorder, and a full Bench. Commonwealth vs. Michael Hines, for felony; examined and sent to Judge's Court, and Commonwealth's witnesses recognized. The same judgment was rendered in the following cases of individuals charged with felony, viz; Edw. Flinn, Chas. Toothaker, John McAnally, James M. Traylor, August Smith, and Roger Keenan. Case of Thomas Doyle, for felony, was continued till the next term. A nolle prosequi was entered in one case of felony against Jas. M. Traylor, and Jeff, a slave. Winston, a slave, convicted of felony, was sentenced to receive 39 stripes. Court adjourned to meet at 11 o'clock to day.
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