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The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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e fullest redress was not given. Mr. Daniel, of Baltimore, was willing to go for any plan by which separation could be delayed one year — otherwise the plough share is run through Baltimore and the District of Columbia. The old, honored men of Baltimore are now on their knees pleading with God for the unity of the Church. Brethren, don't go yet! He quoted from Calhoun, Clay, and Webster, to show the disastrous effects of separation in Church upon the State. S. V. Taylor, of Springfield, Va., thought he knew the disease of Virginia better than the Baltimore lawyers. He reviewed the work in Virginia, and plead for the life of the Church. This was to be preserved by immediate separation. Baltimore might suffer, but would not be slain. But we of Virginia must go! The discussion was continued by W. Smith and Col. McPherson, of Virginia, and W. R. Woodward, of Washington, each pleading for one year's delay as necessary to save the Conference. By a vote of 48 to 41,
ook cath. A. T. Holmes, Savannah, taken at Bull Run. Humphreys, Atlanta, ditto. T. J. Chambers, (died,) Henry county, Ga., taken near Fairfax Station, July 21st. T. T. Buck, Autauga county, Ga., ditto. John Davis, ditto. J. O. Perkins, 6th Alabama regiment, Russell county, Ala., taken near Fairfax Station, July 17th. W. A. Prince, ditto. R. T. Poole, ditto. J. H. Howard, ditto. Robert Paulding, 5th Alabama regiment, Demopolis, Ala., taken near Springfield, Va., July 13th. Jos. S. Walker, Pickensville, Ala., ditto. A. C. Landstreet, Redford's Va. Cavalry, Fairfax county, taken near Falls Church, July 12th. J. T. Mays, ditto, Botetourt county, Va., taken at Flint Hill. W. H. Mallow, ditto, Alleghany county, Va., ditto. E. N. Haycock. Va., Guerrillas, Fairfax county, taken at Vienna, July 16th. George Howard, 1st Va. Cavalry, Baltimore, taken near Lewinsville, Sept. 16th. J. B. Driscoll, ditto, Shepherdstown, tak