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United States (United States) (search for this): article 7
From Fredericksburg.[from our own correspondent.] Fredericksburg, Va., March 17, 1863. Fredericksburg has again uttered her denial to the insolent foe of allegiance to the United States. Hooker is sent to seize her, after Burnside's brief, brutal, and inglorious three days occupation, and appoint officials to administer her government. But to-day, at the legally appointed period designated by her charter, her citizens have chosen her municipal officers for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and Ja
Jonathan M. Herudon (search for this): article 7
s for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississippi regiment, whose leader is Prof. T. D. Nutting, who performed several beautiful airs and were thanked by the Mayor both as soldiers and musicians. Gen. Hooker can get a serenade or reveille whenever he chooses from several bands of Mississippians and others here, who will let him hear the music of their rifles and the roar of their artil
George W. Eve (search for this): article 7
riod designated by her charter, her citizens have chosen her municipal officers for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississippi regiment, whose leader is Prof. T. D. Nutting, who performed several beautiful airs and were thanked by the Mayor both as soldiers and musicians. Gen. Hooker can get a serenade or reveille whenever he chooses from several bands of Mississippians and others her
a serenade or reveille whenever he chooses from several bands of Mississippians and others here, who will let him hear the music of their rifles and the roar of their artillery as soon or late as he is ready for the racket. In this connection, let me say that the music I heard at the last performance by the "Barksdale Thesptans and Europeans." at which Prof. Nutting's Band and the Glee Club of the Richmond Howitzers, led by Prof. Crouch, performed, was as exquisite as any I ever listened to. I did not hear at all, but one piece reminded me of Tennyson's. "Music, that gentler on the spirit lies Than tired eyelids upon tired eyes." And another was soul-stirring, as Comus says. "to create a soul under the ribs of death. " The army and the audience appreciate the high standard they have introduced in their entertainments. The afterpiece.--"The Recruit"--I did not hear, but understand that Briley and his fellow actors "brought down" the curtain as well as "the house."
Huffman H. B. Hall (search for this): article 7
ally appointed period designated by her charter, her citizens have chosen her municipal officers for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississippi regiment, whose leader is Prof. T. D. Nutting, who performed several beautiful airs and were thanked by the Mayor both as soldiers and musicians. Gen. Hooker can get a serenade or reveille whenever he chooses from several bands of Mississippian
James McGaire (search for this): article 7
Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississippi regiment, whose leader is Prof. T. D. Nutting, who performed several beautiful airs and were thanked by the Mayor both as soldiers and musicians. Gen. Hooker can get a serenade or reveille whenever he chooses from several bands of Mississippians and others here, who will let him hear the music of their rifles and the roar of their artillery as soon or late as he is ready f
J. G. Wallace (search for this): article 7
by her charter, her citizens have chosen her municipal officers for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississippi regiment, whose leader is Prof. T. D. Nutting, who performed several beautiful airs and were thanked by the Mayor both as soldiers and musicians. Gen. Hooker can get a serenade or reveille whenever he chooses from several bands of Mississippians and others here, who will let
M. Slaughter (search for this): article 7
ered her denial to the insolent foe of allegiance to the United States. Hooker is sent to seize her, after Burnside's brief, brutal, and inglorious three days occupation, and appoint officials to administer her government. But to-day, at the legally appointed period designated by her charter, her citizens have chosen her municipal officers for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississipp
W. A. Little (search for this): article 7
r government. But to-day, at the legally appointed period designated by her charter, her citizens have chosen her municipal officers for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississippi regiment, whose leader is Prof. T. D. Nutting, who performed several beautiful airs and were thanked by the Mayor both as soldiers and musicians. Gen. Hooker can get a serenade or reveille whenever he choose
John F. Scott (search for this): article 7
er citizens have chosen her municipal officers for the ensuing year. Protected by Barksdale's Brigade, under the very guns of the Yankees, this election was conducted with unusual quiet and order M. Slaughter, Esq., who for several terms, and especially during the war; has discharged the onerous and important outles of the office with honor and credit to the community and himself, was re-elected Mayor; W. A. Little, Recorder; and L. J. Huffman H. B. Hall. Geo. W. Eve, Dr. J. G. Wallace, John F. Scott. J. G. Hurkarf, D. H. Gordon, Jno. M. Herudon. Jno. A. English, and James McGaire, were chosen Common Councilmen. The Mayor was serenaded at night by the admirable Band of the 13th Mississippi regiment, whose leader is Prof. T. D. Nutting, who performed several beautiful airs and were thanked by the Mayor both as soldiers and musicians. Gen. Hooker can get a serenade or reveille whenever he chooses from several bands of Mississippians and others here, who will let him hear the musi
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