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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Death of Wm. Irvin Scott, Esq. --It will be seen by a notice in this morning's paper, the unexpected death of Wm. Irvin Scott--one of our Tobacco buyers for the Glasgow market — and a young man of fine promise. His friends are invited to attend his funeral to-day, at 11 o'clock, from Mr. Hoge's Church. Death of Wm. Irvin Scott, Esq. --It will be seen by a notice in this morning's paper, the unexpected death of Wm. Irvin Scott--one of our Tobacco buyers for the Glasgow market — and a young man of fine promise. His friends are invited to attend his funeral to-day, at 11 o'clock, from Mr. Hoge's Churc
The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], Successors of Messrs. Mason and Slidell. (search)
and, by the "underground railway." As you will see, by referring to the foot-note, it was put under the doors in Baltimore on the night of the 26th September. Knowing your sympathy for my native State in her unfortunate affection, I place the prayer of her oppressed at your disposal. A. Marylander. From Lincoln and Hicks From Dodge and from Dix, The people, kind heaven, dissever, With cuff, and with kicks, And with back-handed licks, they would rule and formant us forever. From Scott's gentle care, From Bates and from Blair, And Union men loyal from station; From Yankees is arms, In quest of free farms, Great Goodness, deliver the From telegraph lies. And Government spies. Who turk everywhere to inspect us; From the Federal gag. And the Gideon flag. We pray thee, good Lord, to protect us. From fasting and prayer, To wheedle God a care, Where none is deserved to be given; From the negro-war band, Who would blood stain the land, We pray thee to screen us, good He