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The Daily Dispatch: April 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Presentation. --The non-commissioned officers and privates of the Purcell Battery have presented to Lieut. Dan'l Hagerty an elegant silver pot, comprising a coffee pot, sugar dish, cream pot and bowl, valued at $300. The following inscription, engraved on one of the pieces, explains itself: "Presented to D. Hagerty, 1st Lieut. Purcell Battery, by the non-commissioned officers and privates, as a token of their esteem for him as a gentleman and officer." This handsome service of silver was rty an elegant silver pot, comprising a coffee pot, sugar dish, cream pot and bowl, valued at $300. The following inscription, engraved on one of the pieces, explains itself: "Presented to D. Hagerty, 1st Lieut. Purcell Battery, by the non-commissioned officers and privates, as a token of their esteem for him as a gentleman and officer." This handsome service of silver was made by Mitchell & Tyler, of this city. It is really a flattering compliment, which is duly appreciated by the recipient.