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with General S. D. Lee. Iuka was burned by the Confederates on the 10th. A telegram dated Washington, 11th, inst., says that Seward had refused to allow recruiting in the United States for the Juarez Government of Mexico, and will prosecute offenders. The Washington correspondent of the Chicago Times says that the restoration of the Union is almost hopeless, and, if restored, the United States will find themselves with a dependency of the French Emperor on the Southwestern frontier. A Republican Administration has abandoned the Monroe doctrine, and by pursuing aggressive measures to coerce the South has given them an ally in Napoleon, whose assistance will enable the South to establish its independence. New Orleans advices to the 29th report the sailing of the fleet under Gen. Banks, consisting of three ships-of-war, sixteen transports, and a number of schooners and tugs. The expedition crossed the bar at the Southwest Pass on the 27th ult. Destination unknown.
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Rich Valley. "General Breckinridge's advance arrived at daylight on the 21st, and the enemy retired that night and on the morning of the 22d towards Hector's gap. "The enemy is being pursued; our troops bearing the fatigue and exposure with great cheerfulness. "The damage to the salt works can soon be repaired. "Many depots and bridges on the Virginia and Tennessee railroad have been burned. "R. E. Lee" Sherman — Savannah evacuated — a column of the enemy moving Southwest from Savannah. From official intelligence received here late Friday night, we learn that Savannah, in pursuance of a plan sometime previously decided upon, was evacuated on the morning of the 21st instant.--The evacuation was effected without other loss than of such materials as, from their bulk and weight, could not be conveniently removed. The last of our troops crossed the Savannah river at 3 o'clock A. M. on the 21st, and marched in the direction of Charleston. At 5 o'clock A. M.
al hundred prisoners. Our loss is small. General Couch is only twelve miles from here to-night, and will be up early in the morning. We took prisoners from Lee's and Stewart's corps. They say two corps are here, and the rest of Johnston's army is coming. J. M. Schofield, Major-General. Washington, District of Columbia, March 14--11 A. M. Major-General Dix, New York: General Schofield, in a dispatch dated at Newbern, March 12, states that, on the night of the 10th, near Southwest creek, Bragg was fairly beaten; that during the night he retreated across the Neuse at Kinston, and now holds the north bank of the river at that place. Edwin M. Station, Secretary of War. Fortunately for the truth, or what is nearer the truth than Schofield's dispatch, a correspondent of the New York Herald writes a fuller account of the affair: My last advices were from the front, at Kinston, yesterday morning early.--The latest I was then able to communicate concernin
reference by the students of the situation: Wilmington and Weldon. From Wilmington toMiles.From Wilmington toMiles. Northeast10Magnolia49 Marlboro'12Warsaw56 Rocky Point15Bowden60 Burgaw23Faison64 South Washington30Mount Olive71 Leesburg34Dudley76 Teachy39Everettsville79 Rose Hill42Goldsboro'85 Atlantic and North Carolina. From Newbern toMiles.From Newbern toMiles. Bachelor's Creek8Kinston33 Tuscarora11Falling Creek40 Core Creek17Moseby Hall45 Dover23Bests50 Southwest29Goldsboro'59 North Carolina road. From Goldsboro' toMiles.From Goldsboro' toMiles. Boon Hill12Mebane's98 Smithfield22Haw River104 Stallings34Graham106 Raleigh48Company's Shops108 Morrisville61Gibsonville115 Durham's74McLean's122 Hillsboro'88Greensboro'130 Raleigh and Gaston. From Raleigh toFrom Raleigh toMiles. Huntsville10Warrenton58 Forrestville16Macon62 Franklinton25Littleton73 Kitrell's35Summit79 Henderson42Gaston82 Ridgeway Junction55Weldon94 Ro
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