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February 13th (search for this): article 5
herefore, the Confederate armies retreat to the Gulf States, the loyal citizens of Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, will immediately reorganize their State Governments, and with rejoicing as sincere and hearty as ever animated any people on earth they will reclaim their old places in our glorious Union. is there an arm in all the North that will be lifted to stay their coming? I do hardly believe it. Passes for the South--order from Secretary Stanton. Washington, D. C., Friday, Feb. 13 --Ordered--First--That all applications for passes to go South across the military lines of the U. States be made to Major General John A. Dix, commanding at Baltimore, who will grant or refuse the same at his discretion. Second--That all prisoners of war and other persons imprisoned by authority of any department of Government, who shall be released on parole or exchange, shall report themselves on arrival at Baltimore to Major. Gen. Dix, and be subject to his direction whi
has the crew of the steamer Primero, which was abandoned, in a sinking condition, off Hatteras on the 14th. The New York Times says, "The rebels raised the black flag at Donelson." Senator Chandler has received a letter from Col. Wilcox, who says that himself and the other prisoners at Columbia, S. C., are in good health, and that their condition has been rendered comfortable by the clothing received from the United States authorities. A dispatch from Fortress Monroe, on the 16th inst., says: The propeller Planet arrived here this afternoon from Baltimore, having on board the sub-marine cable to be laid across the bay from this point to Cape Charles. The line has already been completed from Wilmington, Del., to Cape Charles, and also from the headquarters of en. Wool, almost a mile up the beach, to the place selected for the crossing. The line will be suck in a few days and as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made, this department will then be connected
October 18th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 5
with the rebels, we may at any hour anticipate news of the complete reduction of Fort Donelson. Elections in Missouri--order of Gen. Halleck. Gen. Halleck has issued a general order, the principal point of which follows a request of the Acting Governor of Missouri: It is hereby ordered that at all future elections in this State, whether State, municipal, county or town elections, every voter will be required to take the oath of allegiance required by the State Convention of Oct. 18, 1861. Officers of polls will see to the execution of this order. If they receive votes of persons not taking the oath, they will be arrested, tried for military offence, and the election declared null and void. Union movements in Kentucky. The Cincinnati Commercial, of Thursday, one week ago, gives the following important information regarding recent movements of national forces in Kentucky, which it has from trustworthy sources:"Gen. Buill's whole army, with the exception of G
ortification on Catechin Mountain, covering one and a half acres of ground, and with platforms for twenty guns, --only four of which, however, have been mounted. The walls of the fort are stated to be seven feet high, and surrounded by a deep, at. New York, Feb. 16.--Ther with Port Royal dates of the 12th, has arrived. No new movements are reported. All was well there. The Matanzas has the crew of the steamer Primero, which was abandoned, in a sinking condition, off Hatteras on the 14th. The New York Times says, "The rebels raised the black flag at Donelson." Senator Chandler has received a letter from Col. Wilcox, who says that himself and the other prisoners at Columbia, S. C., are in good health, and that their condition has been rendered comfortable by the clothing received from the United States authorities. A dispatch from Fortress Monroe, on the 16th inst., says: The propeller Planet arrived here this afternoon from Baltimore, having on board the su
January, 3 AD (search for this): article 5
Henry showing General Polk's force at Columbus to be only 12,000 effective men — the remainder being on the sink list or worthless. It is confidently believed by our officers that Kentucky will be cleared of the last of the rebels before the 1st of March. Troops are to be sent from the line of the Potomac into Kentucky to help accomplish this desirable object. One of the best disciplined and most perfectly appointed of the Potomac visions is expected there soon. All the regiments in camp in at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard, is to rendezvous at Key West, a fact which affords pretty strong presumptive proof that Mobile or New Orleans is shortly to be honored with a visit from Uncle Samuel. The fleet will probably be at the "Key" by the 1st of March. A letter from Captain Rodgers, of the ship Macaulay, states that he was boarded by the Sumter near Genoa; but her pirate Captain, on learning that the ship hailed from Baltimore, allowed her to proceed on her voyage without molestation.
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