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The Daily Dispatch: may 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Offer of service. (search)
The London interest. --The interest on the sterling debt of this State, payable at London on the first of July, has been transmitted through the agency of the British Consul.-- Its early transmission (says the Enquirer) has been made necessary in consequence of obstructions to the usual avenues of communication, and the change of agency growing out of a state of war between Virginia and New York, where our agent heretofore resided. One good result, at least, we trust, will grow out of the war; it will teach us to transact our own business, instead of hiring and paying Yankees to do that which we can do better, --without costs, for ourselves.
Gen. House --The Charleston Mercury says of Gen. Benjamin Hager, who has recently been placed in command of the Virginia forces at Norfolk: Gen. Hager his had all the advantages of a fist rite military education. Having entered the West Point Academy as a cadet in 1821, be graduated in June, 1825, and was detailed for service us Brevet Second Lieutenant, 3d Artillery 1st July of the same year, was made Captain of Ordnance 30th May, 1832--At the opening of hostilities with Mexico he was attached to Gen. Scott's Staff, as Chief of Ordnance of the Army in Mexico. For "gallant and meritorious conduct at the sere of Vera Cruz," 29th March, 1847, he was breveted Major. At the battle of Ed Molinadel Rev. he was breveted Lieutenant Colonel, for "gallant and meritorious conduct," 8th September, 1847. Again, on the bloody field of Caurubauses, 13th September, 1847, he was breveted Colonel, for his services. It is thought as soon as the Maryland Brigade is complete, he will assum
The Daily Dispatch: June 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Distress in New York (search)
The Great Eastern is expected to return to New York about the 1st of July.
The Daily Dispatch: December 06, 1860., [Electronic resource], Reports of the
The Daily Dispatch: January 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Speech of
Benjamin on the U. S. Senator Crisis. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another plan of the campaign. (search)