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The Daily Dispatch: July 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Yelverton marriage trial in Scotland. (search)
The Hampden Sidney boys. It will be seen, by a letter from Rev. Dr. Smith, in another column, that the Hampden Sidney company have been liberated upon parole. This company was composed of the students of Hampden Sidney College, headed by that noble gentleman and honor to humanity, Rev. Dr. Atkinson, the President of the College, the tidings of whose safety gives us inexpressible satisfaction.
Hampden Sidney boys. The following letter is from Rev. Dr. Smith, Professor in Union Theological Seminary, and owing to the late arrival of the Central cars on Thursday night, could not appear in Friday's paper, as was intended: Staunton, July 18. To the Editors of the Dispdtch:--With N. C. Read, Esq., of your city, I telegraphed you to-day that this company was safe, though prisoners. As the relatives of its members are very much scattered, I take this method of informin few captives to take charge of. The destination of the prisoners is not yet settled. All accounts give the pleasing intelligence that the officers and many of the men of the enemy treat the prisoners with great kindness, and they are as well off as could be expected. Of this fact, I have abundant evidence in letters, received from the prisoners by myself and others. B. M. Smith. P. S. --Reliable information has just been received that the prisoners have been released on parole.