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The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Fourth in Halifax — Creps, &c. (search)
elightful, and at eleven o'clock, at a grove near the village, a large concourse of people assembled, mostly of the fair sex. At half-past 11 o'clock, Capt. C. C. Anderson and his company of "Guerillas," numbering sixty-five, all in uniform, made their appearance in the grove with their band of music and two Confederate flagsmpre Tyrannis, Liberty or Blood!" The company was received amid the most enthusiastic cheers and the waving of handkerchiefs. The company then was drilled by Capt. Anderson in a manner creditable both to him and his command. After drilling about two hours, the throng retired to the table, where the ladies of the neighborhood had Subsequently, the grey-haired veterans presented the juveniles with a beautiful cannon, (four-pounder,) which will be very expertly used under the command of Capt. Anderson. We have sent into the service of the State from this immediate neighborhood three companies already, and there are two others nearly ready to take their