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The Daily Dispatch: March 31, 1862., [Electronic resource], A Texas Incident (search)
A Texas Incident --A late number of the Boston (Texas) Telegraph makes the following announcement: About 10 o'clock this morning, Ed. O'Meara and Ambase Floyd, armed with double-barreled shot guns, met each other in the main road, in sight of their residences, when they fired, and each man fell mortally wounded. When the wives and children of the two unfortunate men gathered around them, with piteous cries and shrieks, the scene was most heartrending, and God forbid that we should ever again be called to witness so melancholy a scene.
Floyd's Brigade. --Gen Floyd arrived at his residence in Abingdon last Tuesday morning, and will take a short respite from the arduous duties of the field. National Director James A. Fortes, with his medical corps and two hundred and fifty men of Gen. Floyd's brigade, has also reached Abingdon, for Emory and Henry College, which place is to be the medical headquarters and hospital depot of Gen. Floyd's command. The men of the brigade have nearly all re-enlisted for the war.