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The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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hand that sustained them. The old frigate United States, as it lies in the mud just before the city, is a monument of their ungratefulness. When the rebels burned the Navy-Yard it was a great pity that they did not follow it up by burning Norfolk, like they did Hampton. The great mass of the citizens of Norfolk are still disloyal to the Federal Government, and many endeavor to show their politics by cunning devices. On east stain street there is a book and periodical store, kept by T. O. Wise, who displays in his window notorious Secession songs, such as "My Maryland," "Southern Marsellaise," &c. This store should be squelched. The little boys and half grown boys, lately, have donned the course gray Secesh cloth cap. This is done, no doubt, in contempt of the Military Governor's order. A son of Dr. Wright was apprehended last evening, by Provost Marshal Lichenau, and taken to headquarters, charged with making a show of himself in the public streets by appearing in a Seces