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The Daily Dispatch: August 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Elevation of Lord John Russell to the British Peerage. (search)
The Hessians attacked by Gen. Hardee. Louisville Aug. 21. --The following dispatch appears in the Madison (Indiana) Courier, of the 16th inst. "St. Louis, Aug. 14.--To Gov. Morton.--Gen. Grant, at Trenton, was attacked last night by General Hardee. The railroad at Frat River Bridge is in possession of the Confederates. "Signed, J. C. Fairmont. "Major General Commanding."
Gen. McClellan and his orders. New York, Aug. 21. --The Washington correspondent of the New York Tribunes says that Gen. McClellan has ordered all women, except two hospital nurses, from the camp across the Potomac,
Reported engagement. Cairo, Aug. 21. --There was a small battle last night at Charleston, in which the Confederates are reported to have been worsted. The Confederates were 800 strong, under Col. Hunter, and lost 40 killed and 17 wounded.
From Washington. Washington Aug. 21. --Maj. Anderson. (of Sumter notoriety.) left for Kentucky on yesterday, intending at once to assume command of his department.
Movements of Federate. St. Louis, Aug. 21. --Commerce has again fallen into the hands of the Federals. The Confederates are retiring without a fight.
From Missouri Jefferson City, Aug. 21. --Governor
The Daily Dispatch: August 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. (search)
Lincoln's man New York. Aug. 21 --
Correspondence by Express. Washington, Aug. 21. --Secretary Blair says he has no power to stop correspondence by Express, as the power belongs to the Treasury Department.
Storm in Cincinnati Cincinnati. Aug. 21. --We have had a luging rain here, was away the roads in the neighborhood, and filling many of the cellars in this city.
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