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The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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a; Jas. G. Wheatley, Fauquier; Charles E. Young, Staunton; Wm. H. Young, Texas; A. K. Yancey, Albemarle. School of Chemistry.--Geo. W. Butts. Nansemond; Julian Fairfax, Alexandria; C. Powell Grady, Loudoun; Richard W. Jones, Greensville; Chas. D. Lee, Henry; Rhodes Massie, Augusta; Russell Murdoch, Baltimore; Joseph B. Myers, Kentucky; Wm. W. Old, Princess Anne; D. T. Peebles, Louisiana. School of Moral Philosophy.--J. Moncure Hull, Falmouth; John K. Jones, Nottoway; Richard W. Jones, of Law, with the title of Bachelor of Law.--W. W. Burgess, Jos. K. Roberts, Jr., Maryland; William S. Underwood, Surry. Bachelor of Arte.--Rhodes Massie, of Augusta county. Masters of Arts.--Robert C. Berkeley, of Hanover county; James L. Dinwiddie, of Albemarle county; Julian Fairfax, of Alexandria; C. Powell Grady, of Loudoun county; Jerry M. Harris, of Louisa county; Richard W. Jones, of Greensville county; Charles D. Lee, of Henry county; William W. Old, of Princess Anne county.
here he was furnished with an escort of twelve men and two non- commissioned officers, under command of a Lieutenant, with a white flag. Thence he proceeded towards Arlington, encountering a squadron of the enemy's dragoons when within about seven miles of that place, to whose commanding officer he made known his errand. Arriving at Arlington, Gen. Scott. Was notified of his presence, and sent a carriage to covey him to Washington, where he arrived about 9 o'clock Monday night, and delivered his letter to Gen. Scott.--Lincoln not being visible. Col. T. was then se-convened to Arlington, where he sent the night, and the next day was escorted back through the enemy's lines. Gen. S. informed him that an answer to the letter, of which he was bearer, would be forwarded to this city by one of his officers, and requested Col. T. to deliver his "kind regards" to Generals Lee and Beauregard. Col. T., white in the enemy's line, was treated with all the courtesies of the profession.--Whig.