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The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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f honor in Washington. An affair of honor was to come off at Arlington House to-day, but was frustrated by the vigilance of the police. It appears that Capt. C. F. Mackenzie, of her Britannic Majesty's royal army, while at table at Willard's a few nights ago, asserted the superiority of English over American arms. Capt. Whittenfield rifle. The English Captain called him a fool, and instantly had a cup of tea thrown in his face by Capt. Whittemore. The result was a challenge from Captain Mackenzie, which was accepted by Capt. Whittemore, after having resigned his commission. After the acceptance, it is said, the English Captain desired to back out, buc horsewhipping. The meeting was arranged for this afternoon, in the vicinity of the Arlington House, but the police were at hand, and succeeded in arresting Capt. Mackenzie. His opponent escaped from the field as the driver of a pie wagon standing near at hand, and has not yet been arrested. The Morgan raid.--attack upon Cy