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The Daily Dispatch: November 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Mr. Russell's letters to the London times. (search)
A secret Chapter of the Northern history of the War — a speech from Gen. Patterson--his campaign Defended. At Philadelphia, on the 20th inst., members of the First City Troop met in commemoration of the formation of the company in 1774. After assembling at the armory, the Troop proceeded to the Continental Hotel, where hey partook of the anniversary dinner. After these had been ably discussed, Gen. Patterson, in response to a toast and three cheers, made a forcible speech, explaining his reasons for not intercepting Gen. Johnston, previous to the battle of Manassas Junction: The gentlemen of the Troop were witnesses of what was done, and he asserted what they knew to be true; that the column was well conducted. There was not a false steep made nor a blunder committed. The skirmishers were always in front, and the flanks well protected. They were caught in no trap and fell into no ambuscade. They repeatedly offered the enemy battle, and when they accepted it they beat t
Ranaway, from the subscriber, on or about the 20th instant, a negro man named 18AAC, about 45 years of age, low stature, dark color, and sort of a grey beard. A liberal reward will be paid for his delivery to me, or if placed in jail in Richmond, so that I may get him. W. A. Winfree, Hallsborough Post Office. Chesterfield Co. no 29--dtw*