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The Daily Dispatch: February 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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e, dark hazel eyes, hair a little grey and worn in the usual style — to one side, nose a little squeline, mouth moderately wide, forehead side, and not very high, countenance calm, but remarkably firm, with firm grip of the under jaw, denoting determination and strong will, clean shaved and neat Whilst his countenance denotes great determination, it also to speaks great benevolence. I know of no one is your midst now to whom I can liken him, but has almost a fac simile face of the late Mr. Edwin Porter, for many years a large and contractor in your State, of whom you or your older readers no doubt have a distinct recollection. I saw Gov. Pickens, also, this morning, for the first time to take a good look at him. The Governor and his suite visits the fortifications to day, accompanied by many of the dignitation of the city, on the steamer Edisto. He is evidently a man of mark, and I should judge, from his appearance, that he was not only"born insensible to fear,"but that he remai