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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Camp Pickens — Company "H"--Justice to Capt. Beggs--Miscellaneous News. (search)
innured to frontier service by their experience in Texas. From Alexandria. Alexandria, June 27. --This evening intelligence was received that private Murphy, of Co. E. 2d U. S. cavalry, while on picket duty outside of Cloud's Mills, was surprised by a party of Secession cavalry and taken prisoner. Lieut. Harrisoney were several miles outside the pickets, during the afternoon, it is feared they were also captured by the same party. One informant says that the last seen of Murphy was that he had fired on his captors and taken to the woods. Another says the two officers were assisting him in unloosing his horse. Lieut. Sweet's companyre their way hither. Two supposed Secessionists, by the name of Thomas Wilson and Jacob C. Grove, were arrested yesterday by private John Drew, assisted by Wm. Murphy, of McMullen's Independent Rangers. The 6th, 21st and 23d Pennsylvania regiments marched to Falling Waters last night from Williamsport. Col. Thomas' Cava