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d to deride the regiment by groaning, but all their efforts proved fruitless, as the assembly about the Astor House cheered with such vehemence as to drown all demonstration of disapprobation. In connection with this it must be mentioned that the volunteers, much to their discredit, had provided themselves with potatoes, apples, bits of wood and other missiles, with the expressed intention of pelting the men of the Seventh--a threat they might have carried out but for the promptitude of Captain Green, who is always on duty at the Park Barracks and other officers, who gave instructions to the guard to fire at the first man caught throwing a missile. This decisive conduct caused the men to back down; but nothing could prevent them from hissing and groaning at the Seventh, and calling out in vile language to some of the soldiers who passed nearest to their quarters. This, and the case of one or two rowdies who hissed the regiment in Fulton street, are about all the opposition the Seve
The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], The killing of Dr. Mather at New Orleans. (search)
Mr. Joseph McAfee, an old and distinguished citizen of Jacksonville, Miss., died in that city on the 30th ult. Gen. Duff Green is in Mobile, Ala.