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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: may 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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lf at the service of his native State. The name of Thomas Francis Meagher has been unanimously stricken from the roll of honorary members of the Hibernian Society of Charleston. "Timber is very scarce" in New York, (says the Charleston Courier,) when it is attempted to make a Colonel or a gentleman out of Doubleday. "You were misinformed when told that I had joined the Secessionists. I am just where I was ten years ago, for the Union, and nothing but the Union." Col. J. A. Throckmorton, who lately resigned a Federal office, has been elected Orderly Sergeant of the Washington Home Guard, of Alexandria. The Georgetown College Cadets have disbanded. It is rumored that the College building will be used as a barracks by the Federal troops. As might have been expected, all the parties connected with the homicide of Cornelius Boyd, in Washington, have been released on bail. B. Fetzer, Esq., has been chosen Quartermaster, with the functions also of Commiss