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Somerset, Ky. (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 9
Not allowed to pass. --Lord St. Maur, son of the Duke of Somerset, who left Richmond on the 15th, under a flag of truce, for McClellan's headquarters, was not allowed to proceed on his home-yard journey, but was sent back to Richmond, and his baggage detained by the Yankees.
McClellan (search for this): article 9
Not allowed to pass. --Lord St. Maur, son of the Duke of Somerset, who left Richmond on the 15th, under a flag of truce, for McClellan's headquarters, was not allowed to proceed on his home-yard journey, but was sent back to Richmond, and his baggage detained by the Yankees.
Saint Maur (search for this): article 9
Not allowed to pass. --Lord St. Maur, son of the Duke of Somerset, who left Richmond on the 15th, under a flag of truce, for McClellan's headquarters, was not allowed to proceed on his home-yard journey, but was sent back to Richmond, and his baggage detained by the Yankees.
Not allowed to pass. --Lord St. Maur, son of the Duke of Somerset, who left Richmond on the 15th, under a flag of truce, for McClellan's headquarters, was not allowed to proceed on his home-yard journey, but was sent back to Richmond, and his baggage detained by the Yankees.