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The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Tournament at Ashland — his advantages as a place of Resort, &c. --A few days since the inhabitants of this delightful little village and the adjoining neighborhood were enlivened by the exhibition of a tournament which was gotten up by the young men of that section. The successful knight on the occasion was Mr. Edgar Thompson, the telegraph operator at Ashland; but, on account of the same success having attended his equestrian performances on several similar occasions, he waived the right to choose the queen in favor of a young Confederate Captain who was a guest and paretic pant at the tournament. Among the concourse of pretty girls who were present the Captain felt considerable embarrassment in selecting his queen, but finally conferred the distinction upon Miss Rosa Brown, who was crowned amid the smiles and approbation of all who witnessed it. After the tilting match was over, the gay party adjourned to the hotel, where refreshments were bounteously served up, and then ter