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The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], An account of two very different scenes. (search)
our large "B's" constructed of evergreens: "Beauregard and Bragg, of La.;" "Buckner and Breckinridge, of Ky." Over the windows were the names, "Pensacola," "Donelson," "Shiloh," "Santa Rosa," and "Hartsville," all enwreathed with cedar. Conspicuous were numerous United States flags--Union down — trophies belonging to Gen. John H. Morgan, furnished for the occasion by his lady. New Year's eve will be celebrated by another ball, to be given by the officers of the 6th and 9th Ky. Regiments and Cobb's Battery. Truly the grim soldiers feel fond of laying aside their stern occupation for the smiles of fair ladies. I hope they may not experience another Waterloo; but instead, when begins the "sound of revelry by night, " may the beauty and chivalry enjoy themselves without inter option from the cannon's opening roar. In strong contrast with such scenes comes the announcement of five military executions in one day--one by hanging, the rest by shooting. The first was a spy, a traitor,