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The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 2 Browse Search
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Rev. Dr. McCabe. --In noticing Rev. Dr. McCabe's appointment as Chaplain to this post, on yesterday, we omitted to say that he had been transferred from the 32d Regiment Va. Volunteers, stationed on the peninsula, where he has been doing service ever since June last. Dr McCabe was commissioned by the Governor of Virginia, anRev. Dr. McCabe's appointment as Chaplain to this post, on yesterday, we omitted to say that he had been transferred from the 32d Regiment Va. Volunteers, stationed on the peninsula, where he has been doing service ever since June last. Dr McCabe was commissioned by the Governor of Virginia, and subsequently by the Confederate Government. cCabe's appointment as Chaplain to this post, on yesterday, we omitted to say that he had been transferred from the 32d Regiment Va. Volunteers, stationed on the peninsula, where he has been doing service ever since June last. Dr McCabe was commissioned by the Governor of Virginia, and subsequently by the Confederate Government.
s's and Rowe's houses, firing from the windows. One minute ball from the Yankees passed through the window of Dr McCabe's chamber, and buried itself in the wall of the closet, smashing a small quantity of glassware. They finally moved down the Mountain road towards the Yellow Tavern, and the rest of their movements you know. The veracious officers announced the defeat of Lee by Grant, the taking of Petersburg by Butler, the death of Longstreet, and similar lies. Providentially, Dr McCabe was in the city attending to his duties, or he too would have had to share the fate of the Rev Mr Winston. God grant that the news we hear from Gen Lee's army may be, without abatement, a fact. If so we may thank Him, and take fresh heart for the conflict. Resident. P. S.--I omitted to state that the pillaging process was principally conducted by the negro soldiers, about fifty of whom were with the party at Glen Allen. The out-houses bear the marks of the minute balls fired