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The Daily Dispatch: September 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Commander at Mason's Hill and his Aids — a deserter — the enemy's pickets want peace, and don't like to be shot. (search)
will certainly be there. Ninetts will as certainly be on hand, and we incline to think that both Gibbons' and Hare's entrics will come to the scratch for the honor of Manassa. We call the attention of our appreciative cotemporaries of Charleston and New Orleans to the facts stated above; and we append for them and the public the following official statement of the entries for the race: Sweepstakes for 3-year olds, $300 subscription, $100 forfeit, two mile heats, to be run Fall of 1861. W. H. Gibbons' b. c. Constantine, by Revenue, out of Philo by Mariner. Thos. W. Doswell's b. f. Ninette, by Revenue; out of Nine by Boston. Wm. Allen's cn. c. by Red Eye, out of Florence by imp. Herald. T. J. & W. J. Green's b. c. Wharton Green, by Hawkins' Priam, dam by imp. Trustee. D. McDaniel's b. c. by Revenue, out of Die Clapperton by Boston. R. A. Alston's br. f. by Lexington, out of St. Mary by Hamlet. The race is set for the 17th of October.