ernment which have a bearing on the subject.
Ulrich Dahlgren — the same who, as the leader of one of the raiunded officer.
He was surprised to see that young Dahlgren was the recipient of special and extraordinary coury services did not seem to justify.
One day when Dahlgren had reached an advanced stage of convalescence, out signed by President Lincoln, appointing Lieutenant Ulrich Dahlgren to be a colonel of cavalry in the United istinguished officials of the government.
To this Dahlgren replied that, accidentally, he had been an humble rting distance, was impossible of accomplishment.
Dahlgren stated that on discovering the purport of the disp perusal of the dispatch captured and presented by Dahlgren wrought a sudden change in Meade's plans, and the the night of the 2d of July, the statement made by Dahlgren, and the telegraphic reports published in the New l of the Confederate States army, captured by Lieutenant Dahlgren, and which quieted the fears of General Meade