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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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llinois regiment, murdered in the first outbreak at charleston, was spoken of as the Union candidate for congress in the seventh district, in place of John R. Eden.--The copperheads claim that the original disturbances grew out of some heated remarks of the deceased, called out by Eden's assault upon him in a speech to the meeting held at charleston on Monday. Dr. York was a gallant and estimable man and officer, and was connected with the regiment from the time of its first organization at Anna, in 1861. The main part of the 54th regiment, as before stated in your dispatches, was here at the time, but was forthwith sent to the scene of the affray. The copperheads at the very outset of the disturbance cut the wires cast of charleston, with the design of preventing aid being summoned from Indiana, but in this they failed. Help enough has been received from all quarters utterly to cow the insurgents, who are disbanding more rapidly than they assembled. It will doubtless soon app