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The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], General Jackson's death — Particulars of the Event. (search)
l it be done at once?" He replied, "Yes, certainly. Dr. McGuire, do for me whatever you think right." The operation was performed while under the influence of chloroform, and was borne well. He slept Sunday morning, was cheerful, and in every way doing well. He sent for Mrs. Jackson, and asked minutely about the battle, spoke cheerfully of the result, and said: "If I had not been wounded, or had had an hour more of daylight, I would have cut off the enemy from the road to the United States Ford, and we would have had them entirely surrounded, and they would have been obliged to surrender or cut their way out — they had no other alternative. My troops sometimes may fail in driving the enemy from a position, but the enemy always fail to drive my men from a position. "This was said smilingly. He complained this day of the fall from the litter, although no contusion or abrasion was perceptible as the result of the fall; he did not complain of his wounds — never spoke of them unles
tealing two boxes of tobacco from Kent & Wilson, at their factory, in Rose alley. Defendant sold the tobacco to a man named Heckler, who testified to the fact. James A. Perdue and Harrison Balley were remanded for final trial, on the charge of stealing four hats from Powhatan Weisiger. John Doyle was sent on to be tried before Judge Lyons for stealing from George, slave of John C. Hughes, $51 by force and violence. Charles Johnson was examined for stealing a horse from Edgar R Ford, and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. Robert Burch was examined for having, on the 11th inst., broke into John F. Dabney's shoe shop, and stolen a pair of boots and two pairs shoes. The shop was located west of Brook Avenue. The proof that the prisoner broke in and took the articles was clear, and he was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. Officer Griffin told the Mayor that during the time the prisoner was in the upper station house he had nearly cut through the brick wall by me