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The Daily Dispatch: March 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], How to make a Coal fire. (search)
Army appointment. --Calvin L. Sayre, late Lieutenant of Marines in the service of the "Old Wreck, " has received from Secretary Walker the appointment of Acting Assistant Adjutant General of the Provisional Army, and left for Texas yesterday, having been ordered there for the purpose of raising a regiment of Mounted Riflemen, to be called into service by the War Department whenever deemed necessary.--Montgomery Advertiser.
The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], The skirmish near
Cox's Mill. (search)
Taking an airing. --Miss Dr Walker, the Yankee surgeons captured sometime since in Tennessee, was yesterday given an airing on our streets, under escort of that patriarchal looking individual, Capt John Caphart. She was uniformed in blue cloth pants, frock coat, buttoned up to the chin, a lady's black for hat, and a pair of
dogs brought up the rear, highly amused at the free exhibition which was being afforded by permission of Capt L W Richardson, the commandant at Castle Thunder.
Miss Walker has recently been quite sick, and yesterday's promenade was recommended to facilitate her convalescence.
The ostensible reason which took Miss Walker out yMiss Walker out yesterday was to lay before Gen Gardner, commanding the Department of Richmond, certain papers, which she expects will secure for her permission to return home by the next flag of truce.
She seems anxious to make any concessions which are demanded of her, save that of her trifle to doctorship and the right to attire herself in men'