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The Daily Dispatch: July 18, 1863., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], The battle at Leesburg--interesting description — an affecting Incident, &c. (search)
old hotel. Here are confined the most desperately wounded, but many have since been removed to private residences boil in town and the neighboring country. The inhabitants, and especially the ladies, have done, and are doing, all that heart can wish. They act as nurses, cooks, or in any other capacity in which their services may be required; young and old uniting in the the task of alleviating the sufferings of the soldiers.--Passing through one of the departments saw the old gentleman, Mr. Farr, to whom alluded in a former letter as having been taken prisoner by the Yankees and shot it the back while bringing a flag of truce from them to us. He was bolstered up in bed being unable to lie down, and by his side stood a young lady of twenty or twenty-two summers holding a bouquet of flowers and a salver of refreshments which she had brought in a few moments previous. I saw, too, that great tears were rolling down her cheeks and as she watched the feeble attempts of the silver haire
Taking the oath. --The following persons, who were lately brought here from Norfolk on the charge of disloyalty, and have been since confined in the county jail, were released yesterday on taking the oath of allegiance: John E. Edgar, Pennsylvania; Vincent Palen, (Baptist preacher,) New York; Jame Hayes, Ireland; Medad S. Rogers, New York; Chas. W. Moody, Massachusetts; Daniel O'Brien, Ireland; John Fletcher, Washington city; George Burr, Virginia. The following have also taken the oath required of aliens since the 1st instant: Henry Housbirg, Germany; Christian Bolser, Germany; August Wilstorf, Germany; Edward D. Kiune, New York; Josiah K. Farr, New York; Horace Chase, New Hampshire.