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The Daily Dispatch: June 22, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Personal. --Among the arrivals in the city yesterday were Wm. N. McVeigh, (President of the Back of the Old Dominion,) Alexandria; Henry W. Thomas, Fairfax; E. J. Lloyd, Alexandria; Capt. Dan Conner and Thomas S. Lubbock, Texas; Dr. A. M. Fauntleroy and Geo. Jackson, late U. S. A.; Charles F. Pope, Goochland.
for those of the Potomac and James, when the war cry is shouted by their forefathers. If Virginia does not have and possess the invaluable services of the Rangers of the Lone Star State, it is because she refuses their proffered aid, and this she does not intend to do. Texan Rangers are now in her service, and more will shortly be coming.--Among the influential gentlemen now in our midst from that State, may be mentioned Cols. F. Terry, J. W. Wharton, J. T. Thatcher; Capts. T. S. Lubbock, Dan Conner, Dr. Freeman, Mr. La Toole, and J. F. Mutchet, M. D., who are in the city, with some twenty comrades, for the purpose of offering to President Davis the services of 150 picked men, of pecuniary ability, and of established fighting stock, who, if they are accepted, will pay their own way; and, as scouts and guerillas, design to prove a terror and a bye-word to our Northern brethren now operating with arms against our peace and quiet. A committee was to have seen President Davis last ni