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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another
Fort Surrendered. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1860., [Electronic resource], Census of the
United States (search)
The Hog Market. --The number of hogs shipped East from Bristol, Va., so far, is 8,000 --a large falling off from last year's shipments. At Liberty, Va., Tuesday, a drove of hogs were offered at $9 but only $6.50 was offered. At Anderson, S. C., holders are asking $7.25, but there were no buyers at that price.--In Clarkesville, Va., Tuesday, the "first of the season" sold at $8.50 per cwt.
The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1860., [Electronic resource], Incendiary language. (search)
Incendiary language. --Rufus Hendrick was arrested at Clarkesville, Va., a few days ago, for uttering insurrectionary language.--His head was partially shaved, his face blacked, and he was then carried around town a little. He was shipped for Ohio.
The Daily Dispatch: August 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], The suppression of New papers in New York. (search)
Colonel McMillan's Regiment. --We are pleased to learn, that notwithstanding the difficulties in the way, Col. Robert of Clarkesville, has succeeded in getting his regiment of sort into the . They will leave for Virginia on the
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1861., [Electronic resource],
nearly Matched. (search)
From Kentucky. Removal of the Federal forces to Madisonville--Gen. Johnson's troops withdrawn from Greene — transfer of bank Stock, &c. Nashville, Nov. 4. --We have quite a batch of rumors here to-day. An officer from Camp Cheatham, who reached here on yesterday, reports that the Federal forces at Henderson, Kentucky, had moved to Madisonville, where they were joined by others, swelling the Federal column to ten thousand men, with the intention of marching on Hopkinsville. General Johnston has withdrawn his forces from Greene, which created considerable excitement at Clarkesville, Tennessee. In consequence of these reports, the banks there sent all their specie to Nashville.
The Daily Dispatch: February 26, 1862., [Electronic resource], The old and the
New revolution. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], The production of saltpetre — something for every man to do. (search)
From the west. Memphis, March 3. --Jonas Leibbetts, who furnished the Union flag to the Federals at Fayettsville, Ark., and who pointed out the leading Secessionists and their property in that place, has been arrested by our troops, and was brought to Van Buren in irons on Friday last. Late advices from Clarkesville state that it will be a week before there will be a fight at Boston mountain. The latest advices from New Madrid represent that the Federal army, 20,000 strong, is within two days march of that point. A agirmish occurred on Saturday with the advance Federal guard of over 1,000 cavalry, and about 200 under Gen. Jeff. Thompson. The small force under Thompson was driven in. The Federal loss was 25. The Confederates are in large force at New Madrid, and, they expect to whip the Federals there. The latest advices from Nashville represent that only three Union flags are flying in that city. The Lincoln soldiers are surprised and chagrined on accou