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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal relations with foreign Powers. (search)
spondent would consider the foulest part of "the foul fester." These brave men won undying honor for themselves, and illustrated the invincible prowess of Southern resistance to tyranny in the blackest and hottest parts of the battle of Manassas and Leesburg, while, no doubt the Courier's valiant correspondent heard them from afar, in the safe retreat of a hospital or baggage waggon. In addition to these, Loudoun has three full cavalry companies in the service--Capts. Dulany, Carter, and Mead. Capt. Carter's, was the company which made the gallant charge at Manassas. In part, I believe that it was the only cavalry company which charged at all that day, until after the battle was won. Londoun has also a company of artillery, (Capt. Rogers) which did good work on the 21st of July, and a company of infantry, (the Loudoun Guards) in the 17th Va. regiment, was foremost in the fight at Bull Run on the 18th of July. I know, that in a certain section of Londoun, known as the Du