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M. V. Copeland (search for this): article 5
Not dead. --We are requested to contradict the notice of the death of M. V. Copeland, published in the Daily Dispatch of the 21st ult. as having occurred in the General Hospital. Mr. Copeland is well, and has returned to camp. He belongs to the 3d Tennessee Regiment. Could it have been that some one else was mistaken for Mr. C.? Not dead. --We are requested to contradict the notice of the death of M. V. Copeland, published in the Daily Dispatch of the 21st ult. as having occurred in the General Hospital. Mr. Copeland is well, and has returned to camp. He belongs to the 3d Tennessee Regiment. Could it have been that some one else was mistaken for Mr. C.?
Not dead. --We are requested to contradict the notice of the death of M. V. Copeland, published in the Daily Dispatch of the 21st ult. as having occurred in the General Hospital. Mr. Copeland is well, and has returned to camp. He belongs to the 3d Tennessee Regiment. Could it have been that some one else was mistaken for Mr. C.?