correspondent the Spy, were stigmatized; and Mr. Cilley, a member from Maine, was among those who gaing no menace of any kind.
It was handed to Mr. Cilley by Mr. Graves, a member from Kentucky, but d him as a gentleman of honor?
To this query Mr. Cilley declined to give an answer, denying the right 12 o'clock on Friday; the hour selected by Mr. Cilley was 12 of the following day. His unexpected ighting merely upon a point of honor; cannot Mr. Cilley assign some reason for not receiving at Mr. ed; but other accounts state positively that Mr. Cilley fell at the fourth fire.
He was shot througerpose himself as the rightful antagonist of Mr. Cilley.
Had he found the parties, a more dreadful ly business.
It is suggested, however, that Mr. Cilley was less disposed to concede anything from tates this atrocity.
It appears evident that Mr. Cilley's course must have been based on the determihe desperate bayonet charge at Bridgewater.
Mr. Cilley himself, though quite a young man, has been [11 more...]