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Creagerstown (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 12
and the late forces of Gen. Milroy in his rear, disputing not only his passage to the fords at Williamsport, but also to the upper fords in the vicinity of Hancock.--He consequently was compelled to retreat on the roads through Smithsburg and Creagerstown, probably towards the South Mountain. He will there find to dispute his further progress to-day, Gen. French's force, a portion of Gen. Heintzelman's troops, and considerable reinforcements from Schenck's department.--Gen. Meade is also in cl another battle at or near Antietam. The Latest. The following was obtained Monday morning from the Headquarters in Baltimore: Advices from the army up to 2 P. M. on Sunday, July 5, state that Gen. Meade's headquarters would be at Creagerstown last night, and were to be in Frederick to day. Gen. Meade has telegraphed that Lee's army is retreating in wild confusion. Every available man in Baltimore and Washington is being hurried to Frederick to intercept Lee's flying and demor
Harper's Ferry (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 12
ight scouts arrived reporting that the enemy was rapidly retreating by the Greencastle road towards Hagerstown, and preparations were at once made for a pursuit at daylights. Cavalry were also sent out to harass the enemy, and at daylight a vigorous attack was made on the enemy's rear guard, which in vain attempted to check the pursuit of the fleeing army. The distance from Gettysburg to the Potomac is fully forty miles, and wish the assistance of Gen French and the old garrison at Harper's Ferry, numbering about 15,000 men, including most of the Maryland regiments, who are understood to be properly posted to check his flight, we have strong hopes of being able to so operate on the fleeing rebel column as to send it across the Potomac a demoralized and disorganized mob. Major-General Hancock is considered as the great hero of Friday's battle. His corps met the terrible assaults of the enemy without flinching, and though they lost heavily it fought nobly. When he fell sever
France (France) (search for this): article 12
from Havana has arrived. Vera Cruz advices to the 16th ult state that the French army occupied the city of Mexico on the 3d ultimo, and General Forey took possession on the 10th. Juarez had retired to San Luis Potosi, and a French Division had been sent against that place. Forey was received with great enthusiasm. A French Marquis, who was wounded at Paebl, goes to Paris with the keys of the City of Mexico. Thirteen hundred prisoners, mostly Mexican officers, are about to be sent to France. Commodore Wlikes arrived per Roanoke. Com Lardmer has arrived at St. Thomas The West India q is reported in a crippled condition, owing to defective boilers, etc. The steamers Charleston, Sirus, Banshee, Lizzie, and Fannie, had arrived at Nassau from Wilmington. The Flora, Calypso, and Ruby, are reported captured. The steamers Danube and Hebe are at Nassau, bound to a Southern port. From Vicksburg. The American has Vicksburg advices to July 2d. The co
Havana (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 12
ambersburg on Saturday, close enough to join in punishing the well whipped rebels on their way to the river. In the town of Gettysburg, when we drove the enemy out of it on Friday night, we recaptured a large number of Federal prisoners reported by some as high as fifteen hundred, many of whom were wounded. There were also several thousand wounded rebels, every house being filled with them. City of Mexico occupied by Gen. Forty. New York, July 5. --The steamer Roanoke from Havana has arrived. Vera Cruz advices to the 16th ult state that the French army occupied the city of Mexico on the 3d ultimo, and General Forey took possession on the 10th. Juarez had retired to San Luis Potosi, and a French Division had been sent against that place. Forey was received with great enthusiasm. A French Marquis, who was wounded at Paebl, goes to Paris with the keys of the City of Mexico. Thirteen hundred prisoners, mostly Mexican officers, are about to be sent to France.
Nassau River (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 12
re Wlikes arrived per Roanoke. Com Lardmer has arrived at St. Thomas The West India q is reported in a crippled condition, owing to defective boilers, etc. The steamers Charleston, Sirus, Banshee, Lizzie, and Fannie, had arrived at Nassau from Wilmington. The Flora, Calypso, and Ruby, are reported captured. The steamers Danube and Hebe are at Nassau, bound to a Southern port. From Vicksburg. The American has Vicksburg advices to July 2d. The condition of affairis reported in a crippled condition, owing to defective boilers, etc. The steamers Charleston, Sirus, Banshee, Lizzie, and Fannie, had arrived at Nassau from Wilmington. The Flora, Calypso, and Ruby, are reported captured. The steamers Danube and Hebe are at Nassau, bound to a Southern port. From Vicksburg. The American has Vicksburg advices to July 2d. The condition of affairs was unchanged, but Gen. Johnston was reported to be seriously threatening the enemy's rear.
Butterfield (search for this): article 12
ept Lee's flying and demoralized troops. A great battle will probably come off to-morrow, which will doubtless be a finality, as Gen. Meade's forces, reinforced by Generals Couch, Schenck, and Heintzelman, will be nearly double Lee's army. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, July 6 The rebel General Perier is wounded, Gens. Johnston and Kemper are killed. General Farnsworth, of our cavalry, is killed. The rebel losses are estimated at 20,000. Our troops in excellent spirits. Gen. Butterfield's wound is more severe than supposed, but not serious. The rebels abandoned their wounded and killed. [Lincoln has issued a tory address to the country, and the American is jubilant at the narrow escape which Baltimore has made from the hands of the rebels] Latest from the battle field. From parties who left the battle field at 12 o'clock on Saturday morning we gather the following particulars of the flight of the enemy: The enemy is in full retreat, demoralized a
o-morrow, which will doubtless be a finality, as Gen. Meade's forces, reinforced by Generals Couch, Schenck, and Heintzelman, will be nearly double Lee's army. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, July 6 The rebel General Perier is wounded, Gens. Johnston and Kemper are killed. General Farnsworth, of our cavalry, is killed. The rebel losses are estimated at 20,000. Our troops in excellent spirits. Gen. Butterfield's wound is more severe than supposed, but not serious. The rebels abs reported in a crippled condition, owing to defective boilers, etc. The steamers Charleston, Sirus, Banshee, Lizzie, and Fannie, had arrived at Nassau from Wilmington. The Flora, Calypso, and Ruby, are reported captured. The steamers Danube and Hebe are at Nassau, bound to a Southern port. From Vicksburg. The American has Vicksburg advices to July 2d. The condition of affairs was unchanged, but Gen. Johnston was reported to be seriously threatening the enemy's rear.
French Marquis (search for this): article 12
also several thousand wounded rebels, every house being filled with them. City of Mexico occupied by Gen. Forty. New York, July 5. --The steamer Roanoke from Havana has arrived. Vera Cruz advices to the 16th ult state that the French army occupied the city of Mexico on the 3d ultimo, and General Forey took possession on the 10th. Juarez had retired to San Luis Potosi, and a French Division had been sent against that place. Forey was received with great enthusiasm. A French Marquis, who was wounded at Paebl, goes to Paris with the keys of the City of Mexico. Thirteen hundred prisoners, mostly Mexican officers, are about to be sent to France. Commodore Wlikes arrived per Roanoke. Com Lardmer has arrived at St. Thomas The West India q is reported in a crippled condition, owing to defective boilers, etc. The steamers Charleston, Sirus, Banshee, Lizzie, and Fannie, had arrived at Nassau from Wilmington. The Flora, Calypso, and Ruby, are reporte
Gen French (search for this): article 12
ut also to the upper fords in the vicinity of Hancock.--He consequently was compelled to retreat on the roads through Smithsburg and Creagerstown, probably towards the South Mountain. He will there find to dispute his further progress to-day, Gen. French's force, a portion of Gen. Heintzelman's troops, and considerable reinforcements from Schenck's department.--Gen. Meade is also in close pursuit, and will reach Frederick this afternoon. The water in the Potomac is too high to ford with cannothe enemy, and at daylight a vigorous attack was made on the enemy's rear guard, which in vain attempted to check the pursuit of the fleeing army. The distance from Gettysburg to the Potomac is fully forty miles, and wish the assistance of Gen French and the old garrison at Harper's Ferry, numbering about 15,000 men, including most of the Maryland regiments, who are understood to be properly posted to check his flight, we have strong hopes of being able to so operate on the fleeing rebel co
hes farm the Army of the Potomac in relation to the rebel retreat. It seems that Gen. Lee. after the terrible repulse of his army on Friday, found the army of Gen. Couch and the late forces of Gen. Milroy in his rear, disputing not only his passage to the fords at Williamsport, but also to the upper fords in the vicinity of Hance's flying and demoralized troops. A great battle will probably come off to-morrow, which will doubtless be a finality, as Gen. Meade's forces, reinforced by Generals Couch, Schenck, and Heintzelman, will be nearly double Lee's army. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, July 6 The rebel General Perier is wounded, Gens. Johnstonly as his worn out limbs and shattered horse flesh would carry him. Whether he will make another stand on the road is yet to be ascertained. The advance of Gen. Couch from Harrisburg was expected to be at Chambersburg on Saturday, close enough to join in punishing the well whipped rebels on their way to the river. In the
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