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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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the villages merchants closed their stores; in the fields farmers deserted their ploughs, and grasping their rifles, sprang forward to aid in the defence of Cincinnati. In the town of Eaton, on Monday morning, upon the receipt of the papers from this city, the fire bell was rang, and soon the inhabitants of the town were collected. Farmers, with their sons, rushed in from the country; judges left the bench, and in a few hours there were one hundred and fifty volunteers Messrs. Hendricks & Campbell came to the city in the evening and tendered the services of this company, which were accepted. Last evening this band of patriots filed past our office, carrying their own rifles and ammunition, ready for the field; and they left behind, at the station, three hundred men, awaiting transportation. At Springfield, on Tuesday morning, a meeting was held, a company organized, and last night two hundred men arrived, carrying their own arms. This is but the first instalment of Clark county's
The cavalry skirmish at Williamsburg. --The arrival of some one hundred or more prisoners and sixteen contrabands, captured by the Holcombe Legion, in the brilliant dash it made on the enemy at Williamsburg, on Tuesday, was noted in yesterday's paper. Among the prisoners were the following commissioned officers, all belonging to the 5th Pennsylvania cavalry, viz: D Campbell, Colonel; W C Hensor, Major; Chas Lompe, Captain company B; Leopold Rosenthall, Captain company A; Alfred Cromelian, 1st Lieutenant company C; James Almond. 1st Lieutenant company G; J F Cummings, 2d Lieutenant company F. Two vivandieres, belonging to the regiment, were also captured and brought to this city and lodged in Castle Thunder. Five small flags of the star and stripe pattern, were also captured and brought away.--One or two of them bore the marks of severe usage, received in the skirmish.