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The Daily Dispatch: September 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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dable accidents consequent upon war occurred in our midst last week, which for the time being cast a gloom over the whole regiment First Virginia Volunteers. Clarence Gwynn, a youth of about eighteen, of Prince Georges county, Maryland, belonging to Capt. Shaeffer's company, was shot by one of our pickets, owing to some orders given to the pickets and imperfectly understood, as it turns out. Young Gwynn was beloved by his whole company. He was a youth remarkable for the kindness and gentleness of his manners — pure in heart, tender and affectionate, and his death, whilst is must create a void in his family which cannot be filled, yet his parents can d to learn, being discouraged by our superior officers. Eran if successful, what does it accomplish so far as general results are cen- cerned? and if confined, accidents such as this must occur. The loss of such a one as Clarence Gwynn could not be compensated by the death of a regiment of the pickets of the enemy. Fairfax.