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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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currence for ladies to display rebel flags as our troops pass along the streets. This week several ladies waved them at some of them. At 9 o'clock at night, the chaplain, Rev. G. H. Hopworth, with several officers, armed to the teeth, went to the house, found a dancing party going on, but, nothing daunted, marched into the parlor, demanded the flags, threatened to search the house, got one flag, and departed. " [Brave and pious Massachusetts officers and captain!] Peter Hatt's and Simon Price, of Richmond; E. Falk, of Dalton, Ga; M. Kebu, of Culpeper. Va; D Oppenheimer. Dalton, were committed to the Old Capitol in Washington, Monday, by Captain Todd. They all claim to be refugees from the South and anxious to take the oath of allegiance to the United States Government. Oppenheimer says he took the oath to the Southern Confederacy for the purpose of getting a pass. The charter election at Geneva, N. Y., on the 2d, resulted in the success of the Democratic ticket.