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The Daily Dispatch: September 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Commander at Mason's Hill and his Aids — a deserter — the enemy's pickets want peace, and don't like to be shot. (search)
cause of the relief of our sick and wounded soldiers. We know that Mr. Doswell, Mr. Gibbons and Col. Hare (for the Messrs. Green and Mr. Allen,) have assented to the the arrangement we mention; and we do not question that Cols. McDaniel and Alston will do the same, when opportunity is allowed to consult them. There is overy prospect of a good race. McDaniel's promising Revenue colt will certainly be there. Ninetts will as certainly be on hand, and we incline to think that bothof 1861. W. H. Gibbons' b. c. Constantine, by Revenue, out of Philo by Mariner. Thos. W. Doswell's b. f. Ninette, by Revenue; out of Nine by Boston. Wm. Allen's cn. c. by Red Eye, out of Florence by imp. Herald. T. J. & W. J. Green's b. c. Wharton Green, by Hawkins' Priam, dam by imp. Trustee. D. McDaniel's b. c. by Revenue, out of Die Clapperton by Boston. R. A. Alston's br. f. by Lexington, out of St. Mary by Hamlet. The race is set for the 17th of October.