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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
mind to the matter of study after six months of camp-life. December 18th.—Returning to the city from the country this morning, I was overjoyed to see in the morning papers the announcement that England had demanded the surrender of Mason and Slidell. Attended a concert at the Theatre this evening. The attendance was the largest and most select that I have ever seen in Memphis. Miss Bang, the Jenny Lind of America, was the attraction. I have never heard anything so sweet as her singing. enty days, first broke out. Her armies have been vanquished on the field, and the abolition despot who rules at Washington has been made to tremble for the safety of his capitol, and now he is threatened by England unless he surrenders Mason and Slidell. It is rumored that the vile Cabinet at Washington has decided to give up our Commissioners, rather than go to war with England. The American Eagle quails before the British Lion, and Ichabod is written on the folds of the Star Spangled Banner
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Rev. J. G. Law. (search)
mind to the matter of study after six months of camp-life. December 18th.—Returning to the city from the country this morning, I was overjoyed to see in the morning papers the announcement that England had demanded the surrender of Mason and Slidell. Attended a concert at the Theatre this evening. The attendance was the largest and most select that I have ever seen in Memphis. Miss Bang, the Jenny Lind of America, was the attraction. I have never heard anything so sweet as her singing. enty days, first broke out. Her armies have been vanquished on the field, and the abolition despot who rules at Washington has been made to tremble for the safety of his capitol, and now he is threatened by England unless he surrenders Mason and Slidell. It is rumored that the vile Cabinet at Washington has decided to give up our Commissioners, rather than go to war with England. The American Eagle quails before the British Lion, and Ichabod is written on the folds of the Star Spangled Banner