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The Daily Dispatch: July 24, 1861., [Electronic resource],
The President's Return. (search)
The distinguished dead. --The Central train, which arrived in this city at eight o'clock last night, brought down the bodies of Col. (acting Brig. Gen.) Francis S. Bartow, of Georgia, Gen. Bernard Bee, of South Carolina, and Lieut. Col. Johnson, of Hampton Legion, who fell in the battle at Manassas on Sunday last. Three hearses were in readiness, and the remains of the brave dead were conveyed, (escorted by the Armory Guard, Lieut. Kerr, preceded by their band playing a funeral dirge,) to the Capitol, where the bodies were attended during the night by a guard of honor specially detailed for that purpose. They will be carried South this morning. Colonel. Bartow died a noble and brave death. He first received a shot which shattered one of his feet; but even in this disabled condition he maintained his place at the head of his men. He had reached a fence which crossed the direction of his charge, and was supporting himself, waving his sword and cheering his gallant band on
The Daily Dispatch: July 24, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another grain of Decency. (search)
Fined. --Alderman Sanxay yesterday fined Patrick Johnson $5 for selling liquor without a license. Jas. Harrison was fined $10, and case sent to the Grand Jury, for keeping his house open after 10 o'clock, in violation of a city ordinance. The same judgment was rendered in the case of John Rankin; also. Sarah Fenson. Peter Shirley was fined $5 for keeping his restaurant open after prescribed hours.