ensued in consequence of the information imparted to him by said that there were six other females in disguise in the army, but she refused to tell who or where they were.
These girls were known in the army by the names of Tom Parker and Bob Morgan, and were acknowledged by all the soldiers with whom they were associated to be valiant soldiers, having never been known to straggle or shirk duty.
As they appeared in the chief-of-police office on Friday night, there was nothing in their appearance to excite suspicion that they were other; than what they appeared to be, Confederate soldiers.--They are modest in demeanor, and were always known as Quiet and orderly members of their command. , Bob Morgan, most of the talking, and displayed evident marks of education and refinement, Mary Tom Parker, was taciturn and moody, but yet not altogether uninteresting.
Mobile says that "Tom," as she called her cousin, was never to be a soldier; she is too modest and
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