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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal relations with foreign Powers. (search)
valiant correspondent heard them from afar, in the safe retreat of a hospital or baggage waggon. In addition to these, Loudoun has three full cavalry companies in the service--Capts. Dulany, Carter, and Mead. Capt. Carter's, was the company which made the gallant charge at Manassas. In part, I believe that it was the only cavalry company which charged at all that day, until after the battle was won. Londoun has also a company of artillery, (Capt. Rogers) which did good work on the 21st of July, and a company of infantry, (the Loudoun Guards) in the 17th Va. regiment, was foremost in the fight at Bull Run on the 18th of July. I know, that in a certain section of Londoun, known as the Dutch settlement, traitors are scattered as thick as tories were in South Carolina, in the Revolution; but as South Carolina was not denounced at that time, because of her tories, neither should Loudoun be thus denounced now because of the villainous treachery of comparatively a very small n