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The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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dness of heart that hope very free had brought destruction and lastitution upon her home and fireside, and hate they had crossed into her country for the purpose of subverting its institutions, and the arm of government it had chosen, as a free people, to establish for itself. Indeed I fully free with you: May all the distress of this unholy war be visited upon the heads of those who are responsible for it, and may the almighty Ruler of the Universe in His infinite goodness and wisdom, (continue to) prosper the righteousness! A gentleman of this State, Mr. Kinlaw Anntlerov, a private in Colonel Stuart's Cavalry Brigade has in his possession a miniature portrait of Col Cameron and wife, which he intends to return to their friends after the war, for at present no intercourse of he kind is admissible between the two contending parties With much respect. I remain, Your most obed't servant, G T Beauregard, General Comd'g Mrs. S. Z. Evants, No. 553, Capital Hill, Washington, D C.
R. I. He was dispatched to the retirement of Fort Lafayette, in accordance with orders from the Secretary of State at Washington. A British vessel boarded. Captain De Wolfe, of the British brig Ann Lovett, which arrived at Yarmouth, N. S., on the 19th inst., reports that on the 9th inst. in lat. 29.45, long. 67, his vessel was boarded by the privateer Jeff. Davis, and released after a brief examination-of her papers. The officer in charge of the boarding party gave his name as B. H. Stuart. Stoxles made a Brigadier. The President has directed that a commission of Brigadier General should be issued to Daniel E. Sickies. Release ordered. The Baltimore Sun learns that orders have gone from Washington to Philadelphia for the release of Messrs, Carson, Kelley and Pegram, arrested at Harrisburg a few days since by order or the Government. It is said to have been satisfactorily proved to the Government that the visit of these gentleman to the South was purely on