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The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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role, having been previously confined. Geo. W. Davis, a resident of West Baltimore, was also arrested and taken to Fort McHenry. Amenities of War. General Mitchell, the Federal General at Huntersville, in answer to a request by his prisoners, allowed to them the privilege of funeral rites over their dead. Among those bal honors. The Rev. Father Tracy performed the solemn ceremonies of the Catholic Church in both instances. So touched were the prisoners at the kindness of General Mitchell, that when they returned to their gloomy quarters they passed a series of resolutions, thanking the officer for his kindness, and General Mitchell for the coGeneral Mitchell for the courtesy he extended.--Phil. Inquirer. A Counter rebellion. The U. S. Secretary of War has arrested the editor of the Circleville (Ohio) Watchman, and stopped its publication. In connection with the subject we copy the following from the Cincinnati Commercial, of Thursday: Democratic Meeting — Turn out, Everybody!--Th