Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: July 11, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Ellis or search for Ellis in all documents.

Your search returned 3 results in 1 document section:

The late Governor Ellis. --The Wilmington Journal, in a notice of the death of Governor Ellis, of North Carolina, says: The virtual outbreak of hostilities, consequent upon Lincoln's proclamation of the 15th of April, found Governor Ellis prostrated in health, sick almost unto death, but unwilling to yield. In that stGovernor Ellis, of North Carolina, says: The virtual outbreak of hostilities, consequent upon Lincoln's proclamation of the 15th of April, found Governor Ellis prostrated in health, sick almost unto death, but unwilling to yield. In that state, lying on a sofa in his office, he dictated his noble reply to Lincoln's insolent demand for North Carolina troops to coerce the South,--he ordered the occupation of the forts, he rallied the military spirit of the State. Ever since, a dying man, he has stood like a martyr at the stake, concealing, as far as possible, hisGovernor Ellis prostrated in health, sick almost unto death, but unwilling to yield. In that state, lying on a sofa in his office, he dictated his noble reply to Lincoln's insolent demand for North Carolina troops to coerce the South,--he ordered the occupation of the forts, he rallied the military spirit of the State. Ever since, a dying man, he has stood like a martyr at the stake, concealing, as far as possible, his sufferings, and dying, we honestly believe, a martyr to his devotion to the cause of the South. He was a true North Carolinian, a brave man, a noble patriot.