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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

885 Released Uition Prisoners e* Route for Baltimore. ' . ! ' '* '' ¦ h^ jh- t FortTRKss Monrob, April 'l^^%!^| hundred . and eighty-five 'released priwmera from Richmond, on parole, leave^' to-di y on the steamer Wm. Kent, for BaHiaOT*. ' ¦ ' , Nihty rebel priaoners, who wera tabe re* turned . to Richmond, positively refoswi, S-, thoug h" earnestly .urged and threatened, by their officers, and they-took the oath oiallcgianee to th>United Stetea. ¦ . ' / X$& ' -ilt ' . ' ¦ - ¦ »n>ny^f ¦ ' ^ tryi^fm ^ S^ In the Presbyterian Church, ftagerstown, on-tho-ltth.iil t^byih.e ' Rev. ^^jBwwn , Tfunn<& JK-iRiicfcfeKaj.; of Si^Saeph , M4>., to Miss i^frHtt,- third ./daughtCT * 6|^;j^t late w^n i>, 3fey^<i. ¦ fj/;^-, -wJlp ^ h v l . v.; , l 'HNRBMMpMVpMBMlMMflMNIHHH|Pfp^ i \' ~ ' * ' ¦ ' v-ij«» ' Bww^^^TO *^iliiifc .|?^^Sfe^, years, ^mnntriBawd 1 f d»js-.- ! ; '¦ V;i{£}4rtxM

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

Still at It.—There, are a few individual in this place who seem determined to leave no atone unturned to damage-our interest.— Several fnstaneos have come- to our knowledge of late , in which these gentleman (?) have usod the most under handed means to prejudice some of our patrons against us.— We can respeot an open enemy who. makes no concealment of his disposition to injure; but these sneaking, pretended friends, or neutrals who are all smiles and smooth words when tb* subject of their hatred is present, and omit no opportunity to stab him in the back, wo confess challenge our contempt and. utter loathing. Work away, secret agents 1—We defy your power to injure us among honest man, and are quietly noting your efforts to distil your venom, not at all alarmed either personally, or as a public agent. We only give- you this hint to inform you that W© are "up to. snuff, " and understand thoroughly the motives which lead you to drag your slow lengths along your present a limy «oure...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

A Woman Appointed Majob—-The Pc-. ' oria (Ill.)Transcript says:. ... , : Gov. Yates ha» paid a rather unusal bat well-merited compliment to Mrs. Reynolds , &% wife of Lieut. Reynolds, of Company A, «" ' Seventeenth Illinoiff, and a resident of this! city. [ Mrs. ReynoIa^^as ' accoWpaniod her husband through the greater part of tha campaign through which the Seventeenth . has passed, sharing with him the dangers and privations of a soldier' s life. She was / present at the brittle of Pittsbur^ Landing, and, like a ministering angel, attended to tha wounded and dying soldiers as she could, thn^ winning the gratitude and esteem of the brave follows by whom she was surround* ed. Gov. Yates, hearing of her heroic and praiseworthy, conduct presented, her with a commission sis major in the' army, the- document conferring the well-merited honor being made out with all due formaly, and having attached the groat seal of the State. Probably lady in America will ever again have such...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

^ l^r-Gcne-rat McClellan 's despatches continue to be satisfactory, though brief. Commander Rodgers, on Sunday, proneeded with bJB gunboats up the James river past Little Brandon, encountering but two batteries, and meeting tho Jamestown and Yorktown, which declined to come to terms. One of tho land batteries) was silanccd, and the other mounting heavy rifted pieces was passed in safety. No rebels were to beleen in force. In consequence of the scarcity of food, the greatest distress is said to prevail in New Orleans. Mayor Monroe and all tho aldermen, on refusing to take the oath of allegiance to the Federal XJovornuent, were arrested and conveyed to prison. Gen. Butler had landed seven regiments, and had issued a proclamation declaring martial law, and promising protection to all those who may take the oath of allegiance, and behave themselves as loyal oitieens. - *

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

AFFAIRS ON THE RAPPAHAN NOOK. 500 Rebels Desert their Came,. Washington , May 13,^-The steamer Wyundank arrived this morning from feho-Kappahunnook .. . Her .officers reportthat the Freqbom and Island Bcll% went up the Pcankatank on Saturday and cu,t on^ tnto, rebel sch .oom?rs, oue with a valuable cargo of whiskey and other storey. . The Belle-, proceeded; up tho letter river some distance, and disctrt'cred . a bpdy of 500, hundred r,ebe_l des(jrters s fjrom . the Glouces-. ter Point batteries, v<hp stated that when, the order w.as given to ovaouatej they being disgusted with tlio service , determined to, — march, to thjB Federal lines and surrender.—. They bolonged t6i» Virginia regiiuon . t. They offered . toSiy- dovsn their anrts , and expressed a willinghess to take the ' oath ofallegiaBCOy-wJMclMAipt, ; Hu . Frie ^ ofctlte-Betio^ adniiu,istorod to all ot them.

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

From tb&. S^qUflteia Deportment. A Junction beiteen G^nsl Scii^nni^M^ Mil' toyj^Ait, Engagtmcx iiat:$$pJDo£$> - . WAsUiNdtoit i; May 10,^Fro ln th¥Mountain Departmeht infotmaMon has beqrf received at the War Department that Gen. Schenck had, after a forced march of thirty-four miles in less than tweuty-fi.ur hours/mrid^ a; junction with GenrMilroy at MoDowel Virginia. A short engagement with the enemy, also 1 , immediately en&ued;. The jrebela eode^orto jng plant a battery in apposition commanding our troops. General Schonok succeeded iu preventing thisand then fell back on tibemiHnbndy^- as ordered. , ¦ , ' ; : " I ; ' . ' " —?—Our loss was six. killed, and seventy-five wounded. The Tebels appeared to. have suifered severely.* ¦ . -,:•• ' ¦ ; • Major Trimble, after being < reinforced by three companies of the Tenth Virginia and a company of tho Frst Virginia Cavalry, had soundly thrashed the guerillas Who hod been ravaging the country about Spencer...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

X^TbonewB of thehte splendid victories at Yorktown, Williamebwrg and Norfolk have rendered patriotic citiiens every where jubilant. At Baltimore, even, tire city was in * joyful ferment. At Philadel phia, th« city was in a fever of excitement and joy. AH day-flags were floating in every direction, nnd beffe ringing a joyful peal. At Washington there was a joyous excitementr-and in the North ail was delight and congratulation. All ore now in bright hope that the Rebellion has been struck in a vital part, and that the g lorious days of the past will soon again be revived, and oar country be- again what sh"e enee waff-peaceful; harmonious, prospoTousand the traitors who have brought the evil upon us, all crashed.nnd held op as an examp le for all eosring time.

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

Viotory at New Orleans. Washington, May 8, P. M.—The foliowing despatch from a bearer, of despatches from Com. Farragut, who has arrived at Fortress Monroe, wjis r.ecQiv,ed. at the War Department this evening: '. Fortress Monroe, May 8th, Hon Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy ! 1 have the honor to announce thnt, in the providence of God, 'which smiles upon a just cause, the squadron under Flag Officer Far-Tagut has been vouchsafed a glorions victory and triumph ¦ in the- capture of the city of N~ : Orleans, Fort* JarJeton, St. Philip, Livingston and Pike—the batteries below ami above N. Orleans, as veil—<k the destruction of the. enemy's gunboat*, ileam)i-ams,j[odlinff batteries (iron clad) fiA raft* .and obstructions—booms and chains.* The enemy, with their own hands: des¬

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

The Bheokinbidoers aro suffering fearful depression of spirits since the fall of New Orleans and the rebel hegira fro ' m Yorktown. These reverses to their friends and allies soem to put the possibility of a dishonorable peace beyond their Utmost achievement. A ^ slight reverse to our arms now would somewhat lighten their Borrow, bat it would require a Waterloo of theJUnion cause to put them in high good humor. ' JS-ipresident Lincoln, as commandor-iBchief of the Army and Navy, superintended the expedition himself, whkh left Fortress Aonroe, ,*nd resulted in the surrender of Norfolk and PbrthBmouth, those two important pbjnto. 8 'OWAbe ' a the; boy to Bwiig.4h>Jaa'' ./r. .-. . I-,? ¦ ' *,¦:¦ .- -\- • ¦ • ¦ ' ¦ '

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

fc-.i:c. kff^tL mb^^ 1 ' "'o'ehoustn and p Pr:»M in ruins, hHvipg been set on p'4f||3 iP led Orany Island, nnd found tNir^ iWii$-jpns of large calibre, most of Which were spiked: abo ^ a large ritimber of shot and sheila^ With about 609 pounds of powder r which, withithe building, were ia Ab fdr as I nave been able lo asertain , we have taken about.ZQtfcaniidn^ncludiiig th je6 . at tho Soweli's point batteries; With a Hjirgo number of shot and shell's as well as manjr other articlesof valaa*tationed *t the aa^y y ard, Craney Island, ^6Well'3 : Jpoidt^aad other nlaces - " : ¦ . ' -' - \ ¦ Major Ganeral Comniahditiff.

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

Cotton.—The infatuated robels at the South appear to have got it into their heads that they are spitting their venom on the Union, or its friends, by burning up their cotton. There nevor was a greater fallacy—if they wish to burn their property, let them go ahead. They will find that We can stand that as well and as long as they can. The wish of oqr Government, and the policy it has indicated everywhere that our arms havo reached, is to promote the prosperity of the people, not to injure them—and they will find some of the days, when passion baa had time to subside, that thoir real enemies are those who are reducing them and thqjr families to poverty.- %¦ ¦¦

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

¦ From an old Subscriber. —An told subscriber writes us from York Springs , Adams county, as follows: -' . _ . :JDeat Sir. -- —-I enclose yon $2.00 o» my nthMnntion account, which I give yon very eheerfeDy, arid would as willingl y jay ten {t^s ihe prieeifxvquiiedofme. 1 admire ' yoor ^our te in refereaee to traitors. We ntuhtbe Traitors 6rPatriole, and cannot be nett^at Those whb jtte in favor of Rebel lion*, and Against the laws 6f our Country, ,; T*ouM leave &t :*m»QmL giw * helping * - hutd to tbwe who are'determined break ¦ \ votfffii best'43«v«n>nfent the wJorld.r-%^ D rm'^t tem &<>m tnk to-T ¦ • "' ¦ « '1*^ ¦ - "* >¦¦ . "¦:* , " ¦ . ¦- _ . -•¦•¦-• , . ¦ >. ¦ " . - . . ¦*?»"• . r J JWSK--. '. " c ¦;-"~^ .ir- : - '- " " . ' ' " ' •

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

Great Rejoicing.—When the news of jthe unconditional surrender of Norfolk and the destruction of the Morriwue was received the Union citizens of our town were wild with joy. The Town Clock Bell and Church Belle were rung for nearly an hour. Not satisfied with this, the boys gathered up all of the Dinner liellx, big and little, and with the firing of rockets, a worry time yeas had generally. When, Gen. McClellan enters Richmond nnd drives Jeff avid his horde of thieving Traitors out, it fe proposed by some of our citizens to have a grand illumination.

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

Southern JFbrto to be Opened.—The President has issued a proclamation declaring that tho blockade of the ports of Beaufort, Port Royal, and New Orleans, shall so far cease and determine, from and after the first day if June next, that commercial intercourse with thoso ports, except as to 'persons, and things, and information, contraband of war, may, from that time, be carried on, subject to the laws of the United States, and to the limitation and in pursuance of the regulations which are prescribed by the secretary of the Treasury.

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

Long JPace.v—The success of the. causes of the Union, is making the faces of certain individuals very long " . They find thoir ''no, ©oereion " p olicy, 'iyou can't whip the South" and that sort of acquiewonco in treason, and rebellion, is uot succeeding, and they- are •'mad." Thopo ^ who rejoiced: at our defeat at Bolt Bon and Ball's Bluff, and said "we told jov you could not whip them,," have long faces. They would rather see our brave array cut to pieces, than uot have their predictions fulfilled.

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

of the property-of-such parties an havo giv en aid and comfort to the enemy. B&,A meeting of upwards of fifty members of Congress was hold on Saturday, the object of which is stated to be to unite the conservative men to-put down ultra abolition and secession, and save the country. There was a long discussion, and a committee was finally appointed to report to an adjourned meeting.

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

¦^:l^l^3^.|h»:t^^-jr«ff *. ;*»*>;*• ¦ , 1** ^^S r toitiihar1rtbr-ih 8tkt0aof'^punk'' %ite|f«h^'iee>Jall^|i4ffi*^ t ^' 1 :^!t»f^^ Wn1«n "s n«^-o1pW«^ ** do * tuU* W Hieedito*of ljjj*ipsper. We are *Wed with hcliM^^'Wwnjr-hWM*. " »n "Abolitloniat » ^t aa^S^^egw Kquality, " e.c, •J^J^ ' "^ | f$ 1 ^ where iy*^ U*j*» "**• ifW-WW^* ' ;a M0Hshed by " a fcll* * w named Isaih jTOLFEftsMuuilsB, who. is represented to us by several respectablecittrenaof that section Qg a " thick-headed dolt, " a-mere tool in the hands of a few traitors in Mechnniestown.— This being his reputation we pass the beast b y as irresponsible and without further cont¬ inent. A couple of weeks since, ti TO*)-nioustached Rebel from that p lace visited Waynesbore' , who is either the author or instigator of the libellous article in question, Whilst here he rendered himself very obnoxious to some of our Union citiaeus by tho uso of treasonable and disgusting language with reference to our gove...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

slight that it can be repaired in twenty-tonr hours. ; - Four men on the Cincinnati wore wounded, including the master's mate. No other * casualties aro mentioned. When the smoke cleared away, and the retreat of the rebel fleet'was discovered, a broadside from the flag-ship Bonton was sent after tho Mrtllory. Shortly after she was seen to careen, and then go down wit&aHon board. ^ ¦—m— * —

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

—— ¦¦«»«. 1 __ aa. Gov. Letolier, of Virginia, estjrasta* theioss to that state in slates—'contribands' at 4$rmillions of dollars, . -;'' . ' I \ : . T; ' ' " »-t. " ;. ]«jrA great . fire -j6.Q$or(tt|»4$poy f : jf. Y. ' dri,i?aWd^, ; de»t»jrlng:^ «Rd v oanaing a lam of two million of dollars. ion attacked ucn. 1'iiinc in his position, two miles heyond FariningtCn, A sharp engagement followed, our men fighting bravely, making several bayonet* charges on the enemy who were repulsed with great slaughter. Large reinforcements of tho robols having arrived, our troops retired to Fanhingtrfri, We lost nearly 200' killed and woundod and prisoners. No particulars have been received. Despatch from Gen. Popr. Pittsburg, Tcnn., May 11.—The following despatoh- lins just been received at the headquarters of tho army of tho Mississippi: , -^ Near Farmington, >' May 0, P. M, } ' To Major General TfaUeck: ' Tho enemy 20,000 strong, drove in our pickets beyond Farmington, and advanced ...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 16 May 1862

8©,The Rebels have , fallea back.across the James ' rivor^ cud are in full xotreat from thdr Jafe capitol. Ntt^hing remains now ¦but-for Gen; McClollan to occupy Richmond -which, it is predicted he wp da without a-TO^orbattte.-""" ¦-—t3r :y^-"r ' .!-. ' - ' \i: - .' -. . Setvntl Sappty^ 'hlr. pjijoj g^ril!. ' . receive h\s BccondjHtp ' pl y of new g^oj,i '«n Monday next. . : Great Ifaval Viot6:ry at Pott ;£' . ' ,: " ,- .Wrtafht*.,. • / i ' /" ¦ ., r|hitba*^itt.|&|> pityip^^ States fldtillaofFFqrt Wright.. ,w On Saturday morning, at; an tSrlj hour, ei^t^,~thjife^b<^ ^0^^^t^^. i4^> ^¦^tto ' iii-flati, which was stationed at a point" where ffie rebels came up on Friday, did not atttnot their a<U tentiop un^il ^ the fleet had passed above her. ASsoQttiaB she wasseeh a simultaneous at¬ tack was commenced from the whole fleet. ; Tlie gunboats made an ' attafik " apob UeT with but little effect j as tha guns were poorly aimod. ¦ ¦ ' ' • " - .. '...

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