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The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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r, with many equally zealous patriots from sister States to congregate upon the hallowed spot, for the purpose of protecting their wives, their mothers and their sisters from the violent hands of a debauched rabble now invading their soil. The very reminiscences of the old town are calculated to inspire the citizen soldiery with a fire which can never be quenched but with death, and this spirit of loyalty to the South and war to the knife for all cowardly abolitionists is palpably written upon the countenance of every man in this command. It needed not the encouraging smile of the loyal daughters of the South, which has ever been given where justice was sought, nor the finding by some of our soldiers, autographs of Washington and Lee in the old house occupied by the former as his headquarters on the memorable occasion before alluded to, to raise the enthusiasm of American sons to a pitch that is indescribable. Let all feel the same spirit inwardly, and the South is safe. N. H. J.
Gen. Beauregard. The arrival of the hero of Charleston in our city has sent a thrill of delight through the community. His name is a tower of strength to his friends and of terror to his enemies. The Northern press have been endeavoring to persuade themselves that he is dead. But he is alive and in full vigor. We have now in Virginia, Davis, Lee, Beauregard, Johnston, Huger, Magruder, and others, the most brilliant soldiers on the American continent.
; and we shall probably at once begin to experience the results of that vigorous policy which has in a few short months consolidated the Southern States in one of the strongest Governments of the world. We shall have a fight, and we shall conquer. The providence which has thus far blessed every movement that has been made in behalf of Southern Rights, will not desert us in the trying hour of our destiny, and with such instruments in the field as President Davis, Toombs, Wigfall, Beauregard, Lee, Johnston, Bonham, Huger, Wise, and the host of brave men gathered around them, we cannot but triumph over all opposition. There are now upon the soil of Virginia some of the best blood and talent of our country; men who have adorned the fireside, forum and the field; men who have staked "their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor;" men who will never turn their backs upon the enemy until he has been driven from the State. South Carolina has sent her Manning, Preston, and Huger
Using unlawful weapons. --Mathew Eagan, an old frequenter of the Mayor's Court, was brought up again yesterday, and held to ball in the sum $150 for striking Morris Lee with a bar of iron, and habitually going armed.--He gave the bail.