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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Biographical sketch of Marble Nash Taylor. (search)
n the smallest degree towards the subjugation of the "rebels." Indeed, we know that two Prussian officers have deserted, one from Sickles's brigade, and one from the 45th New York regiment, and are now on their way to join the command of Gen. A. Sidney Johnston, in Kentucky.--The Baron Von Flazthausen, who has been in the city for some days past, produced satisfactory evidences of his origin, history, and integrity of purpose; and though as in all similar cases, a military investigation was necects the sentiments and wishes of many Europeans, who, through necessity or some other cause have been induced to take up arms in behalf of the Northern despotism. The second case is that of Charles Von Gelsa, who also departed yesterday for Gen. Johnston's division. It is nonsense to say that a recently imported European will fight for the North through any devotion to the flag. They may be influenced by other motives, but the more honest among them will abandon the purpose when they become