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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 February 1864

THE OPELOUSAS. :COURIER. VOL. 11.] OPELOUSAS, (Parish of St. Landry,) La., FEBB{UARY 20, )164. [No. 46. ', OP.3LOUSAS: SATURDAY, : : FEBRUARY 20, 1864. -iPPersons who have been indebted to us for years batk will remember that we take Confed erate nQtes at par in payment of old as well as new debts, and would be very glad if they would comeand settie their accounts in this way. Ad ministrators of Estates, we perceive, very often forget to pay the nrint.r ¢0 Our usually quiet Ettle town was thrown into a feverish excitement some days ago, by th news that the Jayhawk4ers were making prepnra tions to come and rb xnid pillage' our citizeni. Frdtn certain informations it wou!d appear that a gang of malefactors from Mermento River. did come within about four miles of our town. robbing several planters of their horses, arms clothing. &e. Rumir goes-un to say that O4anm Carriire, who commands such another gang at Mallet, did not agree with the other chief in the projepted attack uoon our...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 5 March 1864

'yJ 11] THE OPELOUSUAS COU -IEn.au. [No. 4b. VOL. 1,1.] " ,.,,,. , _, OPELOUBAS: - SATURDAY, : :: : : MARCH 5, 1864. - We refer the reader to the card of Capt. MeCutcheon, to be found elsewhere. The Cap tain is a native of Lower Louisiana, and speaks both French and English; he will be in town in a few days, when persons desirous of joining his corps will have an opportunity to do so. W Five Federal gunboats entered Red River on Tuesday last and ascended it up to the mouth of Black River, thence up that river, bombarding the woods near Fort Beauregard We have not heard what was the result of this first incursion. THE FIGHT NEAR NEWBERN.-The following are the official reports of the recent brilliant ac tion near Newport N. C.: KINGSTON, Feb. 3, 1864. -To Gen S. Cooper: --I made a reconnoissance within a mile and a half of Newbern with Hoke's brigade, and apart of Corse's and Clingman's and some artillery, met the enemy ia force at Batchelor's Creek, killed and wounded about a hundred...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 5 March 1864

voL.u.3 ILE COURRIERK DES OPELOUSAS. tNo. 4. OPELrOTTaA : lftk Li- : -^ _- . OPELOUSA8: SAlMEDI MATIN : : : 5 MARS 1864 Cinq gunboatas fédraux sont entrés dans la Rivièro Rouge Mlardi dernier, ont remonté Black Riecr en bhmbardant les bois jusques près du fort Beauregard, à Ilarrisaouburg Nous ne savons quel a été le réeailtit de cette première incursion. ILe Gên Polignsc est & HTarrisonburg SVoyez l'avis du capitaine Mcuntchon dans ue autre colonne. C'est un natif de la Louisia ne, parle français et anglais, et sera ici probable ment aujourd'hui ou demain. tLes nouvelles de la Baie sont contradic oi res; cependant, il est ceirtain que les fédéraux eut toujours des forceâ là et & Franklin. On s'at tend J. les voir avancer sur nous sous peu. l'AIRE ARGENT DE TOUT. On se rappelle que lorsque l'armée de Lee passa le Potomac et s'élança sur la Pennsylvanie, il y eut, dans cet Etat, comme un mouvement d'hésitation qui étonna tout le monde, dont s'indignèrent les honnêtes ames, qu...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 14 May 1864

IE COURRIER DE-S OPELOUSAS. OPIBLOT7BÂB: SAMEDI MATIN : : : : : 14 MAI 1864 s'lAprès une suspension forcée de deux mois, nous reprenons aujourd'hui nos publications ré gulières. Depuis iotre dernier numéro degrands et glorieux évènements sont survenus dans notre pauvre Louisiane, et le envabisseurs de notre sol ont payé cher, bien cher, leur prétention de qabjuguer notre Etat. Nous donnons plus loin S détails sur le4 qcps 4.sàï armes dans le b iin meas délivrés àjatnis pie suce dcs yankees. nous nous efforce rousde t qu» semaine nos bleetea un Tisuim duw n4u1i ti les plus cettaines que nous Spounrrna obtenir en at idnnt des temps meillears. sera de $20 d'avance ou $25 à la fin de l'année. Le papier seal nous coûte, pour chaque abouné, pri. de $15 par ain. i». Nous avions toUtes les raisons d'espérer que nous pourrions nous procurer les détails des batailles de Mansfirld et de Pleasant tlill, mais nous avous été troumpés encoue une fuis. Il nous est douc impiosaib!e de leur dumier ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 14 May 1864

OL. 11.] THE OPELOIjAS COURIEB. l - ili·l ni I mIiIlII IHlIlImIII Cmm _ |1 H l III·l aH ~ OPE.LOUSAS: SATURDAY, : : : : : : : MAY 14, 1864. .- .- - - - --.- . - - . WP'After a forced suspension of two months, we to-day resume our regular issue. Since our last numb ygres and glurious events have trans pired in our poor Louisiana, and the invaders ef our "oiave paid dearly their pretentions of .aubjogatitg our State. Wearlve elsowhere the details of the success foutr arms in tha orthein portion of Louisiana. Bs~pvingflta are o ow idltvered forever of weiwill amdeavor to gies' ` i most reliable notewr e can l a the 3ubscription to the asi* b . 00 eash in advance or $25 at asti- the eP ar. Seed we say, en passant, that the pap.ests hsus about 015 td each sub sarlber? May 14, 1864. S 1, We had every eason to hope that we would be enabl`d to get details of the battles of Mansfield and Pleasant Hill, bull we have been deceived once more. It is therefore impossible for us to give our reader...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 4 June 1864

rouiI 1 IER DES pELOUSAS. i. IAMEDI MATIN : : :: 4 JUIN 186r p"Doeodmavt l'abonnement au Cowrrier ra de $90 d'arvane ou S5 & la An de l'aanée. Le papier al aw O coûte, pour gbaque aboaaé, Pte de #lapar au. CMUas pluie abondante et probablement g6. araie et venanejeudi alléger l'anxiété dans la qSellet trouvaient les babitans qui sont encore auset heureux pour ponvoir cultiver du maus. s..8amedi dernier, après not émission ré galière, nous avons publié un extra contenant des nouvelles importantes de la Virginie. Ceas non v*elle confirment une victoire Confédérée. D'a. prs l'avec des journaux abolitionistes, la perte de l'armée Yankee raid'an moins 35,000 bom mer, et il paraltrait qa aolrdoHg quelques unes de leaurs feuilles porte t leur perte & 70,000! Nous ne ponvons savoir, cependant, si cet excès de pertes est le résultat d'une seconde bataille on non. Le Gén. Lee, & la date du 6 mai. annon ce une perte légère de notre coté. D'après ces dipêches, tonis le grands centre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 4 June 1864

'' ' ~t --" ii I :· a~;ia~E~F~h~;;'(..·-- · · . ` ,·. · iT;sz· jPr. TIIE OPELOU~d8 CIiURIER. ` LNa. 1. si; i 1~ LTiRDAY,: :: JUTE 4, 41864. i abundant rain eme on Thursday last a time to relieve from anxiety such of onu jlate who are yet lucky enough to be able to make aecop of cbm this year. : We wish them all an abundant crop. S ,i8.s Gen. Taylor'saddress to the aragmy on oratksheh aide. Tor i't 'OwFICRS AND SOLDIERS OI WEIATON8 ,CAVALRY CORPS. Awar or Wasraiw Louxsnsa, 1 Intbe feld, May 24,1864. S. Osn o. . Poer s ai e daysyos base daily engaged the ony, ame r rpsioro you in numbers. .When the beaten foe, 4 army corps of ilantry 'ad d0.G savralry began his retreat, you were -asedJa battle array in his. front, and hung 4110pon h snks and rear, only to destroy. In + :trea hem Grand Ecore to. Atchafalay, . -wounded and . wptsd 4000 men, 6id8 gun-bosta# all this >!a oc to ye t of only'400 SOfti s a ihe enemy than theW ow rsh. Tu you have done, and in so doing, ai . aiorta.isi e yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 11 June 1864

"ýo.. .THE OPEULOUJAS COURIEnn [No.2 V. G 12.} [ OP$LOtSA: M*TMAY, ::::.-: JUNE 11, 1864. ' -i"The news romi Virginia are so coptradie tory that we dedal. giving them. We can as, sore our readersaalples, thai everything seems to be right withrtib tee and his invincible army. 2iree ;bderal ppers, thatis two from New Tcrk, of the 23, aiid oae,,from St. Louis, of the 24th May, acknowledge that the loss of the federal army, up to that date is 110,000 men. Theys say nothing of our wn loss. In T n, essee, Gen. Breokinridige has whipped .Lt Yankee General Siegel, who was .ttmpting to reinforce Gen. Grant,:n Virginia. Everything is oheerion for the gonfederacy. W* At the oexclusion of qther interesting mati tsr, we publish to-.y the Conscription and Ex emption law, which we have been earnestly re. qussted to publish for the beiieit of those inter ested. We hope our readers will corefully keep Scopy of the same for future reference. . bAtWe are informedithat arrangements are now being taken ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 11 June 1864

~ 12L1 - " "U BL Kl.oI.U.iA OPELON'o. 2 ~ et 'exemtionque, mou hâ4otm"Ment prié do publier pour Ig bsque cela oncerne. Nous récoil à aus lecemur de conseverM act et te~s nyeuven de, l& Virgjnis sont telle. àos u3etore qu. nou cromon devoi ne pu ldche. Noue pouvons ma. utsmO~ejsavInclbe soùt;dmo la plus belle ~~<,~Nv..e~drpetiw de & 1,eu du ~qu'b Que dae d'raoemnk D~?.uus.~e~ 64m~ ràekeWrdge a LNu approu voîr cuitérîaPEentacn ~I ~~N~>À d'une. "onG empl'oyée lUI~~~d elaaor i ucutre moion,-louae rJvereud'aJolld'hi queud rà eN&uq que cette ~Uneoeerad1cho ~tâ d~agr. dçiior I éet qui dsnr ptc~~it, u4td elle -, Pr uiltm i sble, 'l àkêl.ok fce. de leule~nvnemu Pot - flde de t"n me ea Piuliiar . 85 ~~rnequi ptrtmt. t - .mtoueeeu Y-v.. a& ri s DCF '17 prolongée entre ces belligérante, entre cet nations étrangères. Avant cette guerre, les deaux adversiresdétaient liés par un conu. Strat, un traité appelé une Cuonstitution. Ils W reconnaisssaient la ,slidité des lois munic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 18 June 1864

' THE OPELOISAS COURIER. VOL. 12.] OPELOUBAS: SATURDAY, :: : : : JUNE 18, 1 P'On Sunday last at 5 o'clock in the ev sing, a tornado blew over our town, throwin down the market house and several old buill ings, blowing d-own trees and causing oth minor damages. We-are told that therame was felt in diffree portions of our Parish. strongly damaging corn crop. PRovOST GUARD.-We congratulate"e g people of our town upon the establis Provost Guard among us. Capt. , manding the guard seems to be a-entleman soldier, and is doing his duty with that kind firmepirit which commands the approval o His men, too, seem to be Imbued-with the e .plrit, and we are living in peace and good order under a military rule which would always be en tVl.if applied asby our present Provost Guard 'A dispatch received at a certain Headiuar .ua here aseuonces that Gen. Johnston has bad Sthe federal army under Gen. Sher -'s Aoer, in GeorgIa, killing andh .-.i . taen and taking 8000 prisoners. dipeolesI 925000 men re...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 18 June 1864

VOL. 12.] LE COURRIER DES OPELOUSAS. p ,. OPELOUBAS: - gAMEDI MATIN : : : : : 18 JUIN 1864 y'eimancbe deriier, vers 5 heures de I'a ' pria-midi, un coup de vent accompagn6 d'une forte pluie, a passé par dessus notre ville, renver sat la Halle, ainsi que plusieurs autres bâtisses, déracinant et brisant des arbres et causantld'au frs dommages plus ou mnine grands. Nous apprenons que cette tempête aest géné îslemeat fait entir dans notre Paroisse, cou. ment le mais et comproraettant ains cette récolte pretlue. Is'Les yankees, nous dit-on, se sont avancés, Samedi dernier, au nombre de 1500 hommes par sint et deux gunbbAts par eau, jusqu'à Patter onville, à une qinzain u de milles en deça de l. Baie Berwick, et sw ct Immédiatement reti ré*, sans causer de dégats Une autre version 4it que le 4e régiment de cavalerie de la Loui sane le aurait repoussés jusqu'à la Baie, leur tuant trois hommeaet faisant deux prisonniers. Nous aurions perdu deux chevadx dans cette afaire. Jliltne dépêche reç...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 25 June 1864

LE COURRIER lES OPELQUSAS, VOL. 12.] OPELOUSAS (Paroisse t. Landry,) Lne., 25 JUIN 1864. [No. 4. OPELOUSAS: 8 ANDI MATIN : :: : 25JUIN 1864 DERIEfEES NOUVELLES DE LA VIRGINI. Un soldat blessé de la Virginie, WV. C. Lewvis, de notre Paroisse, est arrivé en notre ville Jeudi, venant de Rilunond, qu'il a quitté le 7 du cou rant. -Quoiquil n'apporte pas de journaux, il a 'naunmoins beaucoup do bonnes nonvyles & ra conter. Ildit en substance que la ddhière fois que Granta attaqué Lee, l'armée fédérales a été reponssée à 30 milles. Notre artillerie seule a réossi à repousser l'attaque, qui, du reste n'avait ni vigueur ni courage. L'opinion générale dans les canps est que Grant est décidément bien beasM qe s ion^née est e<omlettag nt st4 cMràagée. zictmond, un moment dans une ex citation apparente, eat aujourtVhui aussi tranquille que ai l'armée Yankee était à mille lienes. Lee n'a jamais atiaqué; mais toujours repoussé l'en nemi; et Beauregard est toujours l'épouvantail des aboliti...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 25 June 1864

TUE OPELOUSAS CUURIER. VOL. 12.] OPELOUSAS, (Parish of St. Landry,) La., JUNE 25, 1864. [No. 4. OPELOUSBAS BATURDAY,: : : :: : JUNE 25, 1864. LATEST FROM VIRGINIA. A wounded soldier from the Virginia army, Wm. C. Lewis, of our Parish, arrived here on Thursdqe last from Virgminia, whence he started on the 7th June, inst. Although he brings no papers, he nevertheless has a treasure of good news. He says in.substance that the last time Grant attacked,Lee, he was beat back simply with the artillery; no infantry was engaged on our side. He says that the general opinion in camp is, that Grant's army is now well whipped, routed and demoralised. Lee has never attacked, but always repulsed the federals. The city of Richmond is as quiet now as if the Yankees were 15,000 miles off, and Congress is in session. Gen. Forrest has whipped the federal Gen. Smith, in Missouri, killing and woundiag nearly 2000 men, and taking 4000 prisoners and 2t piedes of cannon. He also captured 400 wagons and many...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 2 July 1864

T -E UPELOUSAS COURIER. VOL, 12.] OPELOUSAS, (Parish of St. Landry,) La., JULY 2, 1864. [No. 5 OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY, :::: : :: JULY 2, 1864. .We have been refusing subscribers of ]ate on account of the exhorbitant prices of paper, &c, We will now accept subscribers for six months only. See our conditions. Old snbscrfers who have paid cash in ad vance, will be served at the old prices. Those who would not wish to continue upon the new conditions are earnestly requested to let us know. The Mail.-A weekly mail has been re es tablished between Shreveport and Franklin. It arrives from above on Monday, passes down and returns from below on Friday. ®'We have received a copy of an Extra from the N. O. Era of the 24th June. The news that it contains are far from` being favorable to the federals, though the Era flatters itself of the prospects. We see that Sherman has been bakled in jis marchses in Georgia. His loss in Georgia is esti mated at 8,000 or 10,000 in wounded alone. The position...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 2 July 1864

LE COURRIER DES OPELOBSAS. VOL. 12.] OpELOUSAS, (Paroisse St. Landry,) Lnc., 2 JUILLET 1864. [No. 5. OPELOUSAS: SAMEDI MATIN : : : : 2 JUILLET 1864. -,p'Nous avons, depuis quelque temps, refus de nouveaux abonnés, en conséqtuence des pri exorbitants du papier &c. Néanmoins, nous ac cepterons encore de nouveaux abonnés pour siï mois seulement, à la fois. Voir nos conditions Çeux de nos anciens abonnés qui ont payé da vance recevront le journal à l'ancien prix pen dant le temps pour lequel ils ont payé; t cenu qui ne desirent pas continuer aux nouveles con ditions sont instamment priés da nous le faire sa voir. O;FNous avons reçu copie d'un extra du Ern de la Nlle. Orléans, du 24 juin. Les nouvelle: que cet extra contient sont loin d'être favorable; à la cause du Nord, quoique lEra se flatte de la perpectire. Ou trouve que Sherman a été déjoué dans ss campagne de la Georgie;-qu'il a perdu de 800( à 10,000 hommes en blessés seulement;-et que Johnston est dans une position imprenabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 July 1864

THE ;OPELOUSAS. COURIER. VOL. 12. OPELOUSAS, (Parisli of St. Landry,) La., JULY 9, 1864. [No. 6. OPELOUSAS: SATURDAY, ::: : : JULY 9, 1864. "We have been refusing subscribers of late on account of the exhorbitant prices of paper, &c, We' will now; accept subscribers for six months only. Serour conditions. Old subscribers who have paid cash in ad vance, will be served at-the old prices. Those who would not wish to continue upon the new conditions are earnestly requested to.let us know. WA Battalion of four companies of Cavalry of 70 or 80 men each was formed of men be. tween 17 and 18 and 45 and 50 years, of this Parish, on the 1st of July inst., to compose the Reserve Corps contemplated by law. There are yet about 150 more men of these two cate gories in our Parish, who had not reported on the first of July, and who will probably swell the Battaliguof so many, if they are not sent in the regular service as the law directs. Major J. M. Thompson, commands the Battalion. It is noth...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 July 1864

LE COURRIER DES OPELOUSAS. VOL. 12.] OPELOTJSAS, (Paroisse St. Landryj Lue., 9 JUILLET 1864. [No. 6. OPILOUSASB: 8A8MEDI MATIN: : : 9 JUILLET 1864. pa-Nous avons, depuis quelque temps, refusé de nouveaux abonnés, en conséquence des prix exorbitants da papier &c. Néanmoins, nous ac-. ,epterous encore de nouveaux abonnés pour six mois seulement, à la fois. Voir nos-conditions. Ceux de nos anciens abonnés qui ont payé d-a vanlce recevront le journal & l'ancien prix pen dant le temps pour lequel Ils ont payé; et ceux qui ne deuirent pas continuer aux nouvelles con ditions sont instamment priés do nout le faire voir. n'Un Bataillon de cavalerie, composé d'hom mes de 17 à 18 et de 45 à 50 ans, de cotte Parois se, a été organisé en Corps de Réserve, le 1er du courant, conformément à la loi. M. James M. Thompson en sera le Major. Ce bataillon so coni .pose de quatre compagnies de 70 à 80 hommes chacune, formant an total de250 & 300 hommes. 11 y a probablementencore 100 à 150 hom...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 July 1864

THg OPELOUSAS COURIER. VOL. 12.] . OPELOUSAS, (Parish of St. Landry,) La., JULY 16, 1864. [No. 7.. OPELOySAS: SATURDAY, :: : : : : : JULY 16, 1864. iP' From our townsman and reptesentative, the Hon. L. J. Duprd, who has just returned from Virginia, we gather the followmg interesting de tails of the sr ng campaign in that State and in Georgia: Grant crossed the Rapidan on the 2d, 3d and 4th of May with one hundred and forty. two thousand men, whilst Lee had but fifty-five thousand muskets and about fifteen thousand cavalry and artillery, with broken down horses. On the 5th and 6th the battle of the Wilderness was fought, we holding the battle-field, strewn with the dead and wounded of the enemy. Grant' then endeavored to flank Lee and mianeuvred to do so until the 12th, when themostbloody battle of the Revolution was fought at Spottsylvania Court House. The enemy was hurled upon out lines eight and ten deep, and their dead lay in heaps in front of our breast-works. Their loss was est...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 July 1864

LE COURRIER DES OPELOUSAS. VOL. 12.] OPELOUSAS, (Paroisse St. Landry,) Lne., 16 JUILLET 1864. [No. 7. OPBLOUSAS s BAMEDMATIN : : 16 JUTJILLE' 1864. * gPari une occasion extraordinaire nouts avoni reçu des lignes ennemies an Era de la Nouvelle. Orléans du 6 courant, et un extra du Times de la mnme ville, du 5. Nous y puisons ce qu'il y a de plus intéressant, en faisant observer que cce nouvelles (pour être extraites de journaux Yan kees) sont néanmoins tris favorables à la cse du Sad. New-York 28 Juin.-Dans l'affaire de Mercredi dernier, dit le correspondant du Tribune, le 15e et 19e régiment dt Massachusett, et le 42e et le 82e de New-York ont été entièrement capturés. * L'obt dn mouvement, c'est-à-dire de prendre posession du chemin de fer aui BSud do Peters Vne dépéehe rebelle reçue de Menbmphis le 25 Juin .t oly Spring, annonce que Sherrnan a été repoussé par Joheston. avec une perte de 4I hommes. Cette dépêche réclame aussi une vic-oré à Petersirg, apr6frengagement le plus conts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 23 July 1864

VOL. 12 Li COURRIER DES OPELOUSAS. o. s. SSAMEDI MATlN : : : 23 JUILLET 1864 e IiL'-on. Lucins J. Dupré, notre représen ,ant au Congrès, arrivé réce ent de Rîe ond, i ons fournit un résumé des opérations nlitairea n Tirginie et en Georgie depuis le ient de Mai,que naus nous fiaon r Ont a travereé le Eapidan les 2, 3et 4 avec cent quarante-deux mille hommes, qe Lee ne comptait que cinquante-cihq nille amowqaets et environ quinze mille hommes de valerle etd'artillerie, avec des chevaux rompue. :L bataille du Wildermes, où nous sommes de. mjbrls en posseasson du terrain, apa ~ ieu lees sto6dmêime mois; le champ de bataille était toarert des ~rrta et des blessés de l'einemi. GaIot -ensuite essayé de prendre Lee en flanc, et a persité dans ce but jusqu'au 12, jour où a Oe aie, à Spottsylvania C. I., la bataille la plus n. ertrière de la révolution. L'ennemi s'avança s» huit et dix ligues et ses morts étaient entm..ér Sface de oos fordicatios; le Gén. R. E. Lee a asimi leur perte à au moi...

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