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The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], A word to the "Hard Up." (search)
The Daily Dispatch: February 24, 1862., [Electronic resource],
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Colonel Baldwin We were a little surprised to learn that the Colonel Baldwin who, with a handful of militia, was recently captured by the enemy in Hampshire, and who fought with a heroism that extorted a compliment even from the lips of the Yankee General, Lander, a man not much given to the language of compliment, was our esteemed friend, Dr. Robert Baldwin, of Winchester. He is a brother of the late Judge Baldwin, of Staunton, and as firm "an old Virginia gentleman, one of the olden time," as could be seen in a week's journey. We were quite delighted to hear of the vigorous and slashing manner in which, at the head of a handful of militia, he laidJudge Baldwin, of Staunton, and as firm "an old Virginia gentleman, one of the olden time," as could be seen in a week's journey. We were quite delighted to hear of the vigorous and slashing manner in which, at the head of a handful of militia, he laid about him amongst the Yankee caitiffs, causing many of the marauding crew to bite the dust. We trust that his captivity may be brief. We will wager a trifle that his genial and gallant soul has taken Lander captive already, and that he will permit him to return soon to his home. We trust that in this respect he will be as fortu
Consecution. --We committee an error in stating, a few days ago, that the Col. Baldwin who was captured by the enemy in Hampshire county, was Dr. Robert Baldwin, of Winchester. A correspondent has called our attention to the subject, and the Winchester Republican also makes the correction, as follows: "Our friend of the Dispatch has doubtless mistaken Col. Robt, F. Baldwin, son of Dr. A. S. Baldwin, for his noble, Dr. Robert T. Baldwin. The old Doctor is quite as 'vigilant and standing' as ever, and richly deserves the compliment paid him, but the capture earnestly well the nephew, now in the hands of the enemy."