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The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War. 3 1 Browse Search
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nd. Well may we exclaim with the poet: "Immortal heir of universal praise, Nations unborn your mighty name shall sound. And worlds applaud that most not yet be found." poet We have much reason to thank Divine Providence that President Davis, both an able statesman and a valiant warrior, governs the helm of State in this most critical conjuncture, great in the war and great in arts of sway. Our armies are tied on by a galaxy of excellent commanders — McCulloch, Mcgruder, Johnston, Lee, Pillow, and last, but first of all. Beauregard, in whose hand our Northern foe may shortly find the conquering a word of Themistocles or Scythian Tamerlane. "May our banner bright, still float in light, when ages pass away, Good men shall ban the fiendish can, invading as to-day." At the conclusion of the address, three cheers were given for Father McMahon, that would have fitted the air had they been raised outside beneath the azure vault of Heaved; three for President Davis, thre
More victims. --Since our last issue, (says the Warrenton Flag, Fauquier county, Va) five of the seventy odd sick soldiers who were brought to this place to be taken care of have become the victims of disease, and been buried with the honors of war. Their names are Owen Saunders, E E. Barnes, John T. Lee and J. R Butterworth, all of the 9th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers, and Fielding Bradford. To what regiment the latter belongs we have not been able to learn.