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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 12 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 2 Browse Search
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respondence. One of the pleasantest episodes of the war is embraced in the accompanying correspondence between Miss Constance Cary, an exile from Alexandria, and Gen. Van Dorn, Miss Cary is a young lady whose personal charms are eclipsed by her Miss Cary is a young lady whose personal charms are eclipsed by her own intellectual brilliancy alone--one of those rare creatures whom Titian loved to paint, Shakespeare to personity. We find the correspondence in the army of the Potomac letter to the New Orleans Delta: Culpeper, C. H., Nov. 10, 1861. eries of my illated home — the down-trodden Alexandria? I am, very respectully, Gen. Van Dorn's obedient servant, Constance Cary. Army of the Potomac, Manassas, Nov, 12, 1861. To Miss Constance Cary, Culpeper C. H. Va. Dear Lady Miss Constance Cary, Culpeper C. H. Va. Dear Lady --The beautiful flag made by your hands and presented to me with the prayer that it should be borne by my side in the impending struggle for the existence of our country, is an appeal to me, as a soldier, as eloquent as the alluring promises of glor