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The Daily Dispatch: April 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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an who is not ready to shoulder his musket when ever called upon. troops for Virginia. The Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist, of the 21st instant, says: Lieut. Delaigle, of the Georgia Army, received a dispatch this morning, from Gov. Brown, ordering three hundred and fifty muskets and a quantity of cartridges, to be delivered at the South Carolina railroad depot, to-morrow (Sunday) morning. Four companies of troops are expected to arrive to-morrow morning, on their way to Virgin Macon Volunteers, Capt. R. A. Smith, will arrive here this morning, and leave for Virginia, on an extra train, on the South Carolina road. The Columbus (Ga.) Sun, of the 20th, says Capt. Colquitt received a dispatch last night from Gov. Brown, requesting to know If the Light Guards could start to-night for Norfolk, Virginia. We are informed that the dispatch was answered in the affirmative, and that the company will leave for that destination by the train this afternoon, at 3 o'clo
The news from Baltimore. The last news from Baltimore indicates that the Black Republican Governor, Hicks, Winter Davis, and Brown, are demoralizing the Southern movement in Maryland. There ought to be an advance upon Washington instantly. If only five hundred troops are presented in that neighborhood, it will be of immense importance.
The Daily Dispatch: April 24, 1861., [Electronic resource], Three Infantry companies, from Amelia, were in the city yesterday (search)
Assassination. --Mr. Thos. W. Brown, a respectable citizen of Columbus, Miss., was murdered and robbed in the streets of that place on the night of the 16th inst.
A Threatened attack. On Saturday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, a body of men surrounded the office of the Wecker, a German newspaper, published on Frederick street. The proprietor of the paper, fearful of danger to his premises, applied to Mayor Brown for protection, who detailed a body of police to guard the establishment, and the crowd soon dispersed, not, however, until the Southern flag had been thrown out. No violence was done, and all good citizens regretted that any such demonstration, reached Baltimore during Saturday afternoon, and were quartered in a building opposite the old City Hall. Shortly after their arrival the Patapsco Light Dragoons, Capt. Hinkle, from Anne Arundel county, reached the city and reported to Mayor Brown. They were received with three times three cheers. Yesterday morning the steamer Pioneer reached her wharf, having on board the Home Guard of Easton. They consist of one company of Infantry, under Col. H. J. Strandberg, and one company