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The Daily Dispatch: July 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], The way Trophies' are preserved by the Yankees. (search)
The way Trophies' are preserved by the Yankees. Among the muskets captured from the Yankees while executing their "grand strategic movement," was one in the stock built of which was found a loosen tooth. The butt plate had been removed, a hole sunk in the end of the stock, wherein the tooth was placed and the plate again screwed one on rendering the loss of the trophy an unpossibly in the opinion of the cute Yankee who invented this method of preserving relics of the battlefield. The stock and tooth are in the possession of Adams M. C. C. S. Armory.
to the delay of the ship Emily St. Pierre by the American authorities, has been published, from which it appears that Minister Adams had not receded from the position first assumed by him on the subject. Lord Brougham explained his speech in the the character of the American people. The diplomatic correspondence relative to the Emily St. Pierre is lengthy. Mr. Adams contends that the ship and cargo were confiscated, and demands their restoration. Russell employed legal arguments against, contending that Captain Williams' course could be dealt with in the Prize Courts of the captors. Adams rejoined with the contention that the claim for the restoration of the ship rested on the soundest principles of law and equity. America el be made wise by the result, and will take precautions in the future to better itself. Russell endeavored to convince Mr. Adams that the English Government had no power in the matter; but the latter closed by saying that the arguments had not mate
The Daily Dispatch: July 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], The effect of the news in
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The Enemies wounded. --The wounded men left by the Yankee army during their hasty exit from before Richmond continue to arrive here in small parcels, being brought up as fast as means of transportation can be furnished them. One hundred and sixty-four arrived on Saturday, including the following officers, some of whom are badly wounded, viz: George A Woodward, Major of the 2d Pa; Edward Donnelly, Surgeon of the 2d Pa; Fred T. Peet, 2d Lt H. 1st U. S. Rifles; Wm R. Adams, Capt. F. 10th Pa; Alfred Reed, Capt. K, 20th Indiana; Wm Bryan, Capt K, 3d Pa; S. S. Matthews, Capt. L, 5th Mich; T. Chamberlain, Capt. F, 5th Mich; L. B. Calwell, 2d Lt F. 61st N. Y; Wm S Walton, 2d Lt. 34th N. Y.; John H. Costar, Capt. F, 1st N. Y.; W. B. Werner, Capt. K, 1st N. Y.; Geo L. Melville, 1st Lt G, 1st N. Y; O. H. Garther, Adjt and 1st Lt, 10th Pa; Wm C Faxen, 2d Lt I. 1st Conn.