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The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1863., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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from them to give no information which would injure the cause of the Southern Confederacy. While this was going on, another party met, on the street, Surgeon T. H. Walker; of one of the hospitals, and seeing him in the Federal uniform, commanded him to halt, several raiders at the time drawing and cocking pistols at him to c was doing some fast walking, but the threatening language and ugly looking weapons of the party soon brought him to a stand-still. Captain Davis came up, when Dr. Walker informed him he was a surgeon. Davis then said, "That's all right; consider yourself paroled," and rode off. Thus the evening wore away till about 9 o'clot lies exposed to attacks from both sides of the river. A few days ago the rebel General Dick Taylor, with a division of troops from Alexandria, La., and General Walker's Texas division, passed by this point up the river. It is believed that a force from Little Rock, Arkansas, is massing preparatory to an attack on the river