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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. (search)
ranks; and should the despot at Washington let loose his myrmidons to enslave a gallant people, be assured that they will do no dishonor to the place of their nativity, where the firstgun of the Revolution was fired. After the parade was over, in response to a call for a meeting of the "Friends of the Southern Union," the real sovereigns of the and assembled, in large numbers, in the Court-House. The meeting was organized by calling Cary S. Jones, Esq., to the Chari, and appointing Thomas Latimer as Secretary, both Old Line Whigs, who were never known to give a Democratic vote. The Chairman, (who, by the way, was recently put down, in his absence, among a list of delegates appointed by a small gathering of "Conservatives," [?] the Saturday before, after having positively refused to preside over their meeting, having eloquently explained the object which convened the dense mass of people before him, stating that he had been a Union man until that misshapen monster who now occupie