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ngston had to do with the objects of this meeting, " and for some time there seemed to be a fair prospect of an unpleasant scene; but, by the interposition of Mr. Adolphus Gary, who came to Mr. A.'s. relief, and uttered some home thrusts at any one who could so far forget himself as to create a disturbance in a public meeting, quiet and good order was soon restored, and everything again went on harmoniously. Mr. Theophilus Reamas them then made some well timed remarks, as did also Mr. E. B. Robinson, Mr. English, of Henrico, Mr. Dyerly, of Roanoke, and Mr. Burwell, of Bedford, the three latter members of the Legislature of Virginia. But the most popular speech made on the occasion seemed to be that of a gentleman from Kentucky, named McDaniel, who voluntarily asked permission of the meeting, as a mechanic and a refugee from Kentucky, and as one who had been in the service ever since the war began, to occupy about ten minutes of their time. Some portions of this gentleman's remar
The Daily Dispatch: October 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], Farewell address of Lieut.-Gen'l Leonidas Polk. (search)
Skirmishing on Robinson's river. Gordonsville, Oct. 10th. --Gordon's cavalry attacked the enemy's guard at Robinson's river this morning, driving them to their camp four miles beyond, on the Culpeper road, where, after a show of resistance, they fled. We captured 100 prisoners, including two surgeons and one captain; also their camp, &c. We were still pursuing the fugitives when our guard left. Two negro prisoners were brought in this morning, belonging to the "home guard" of Faiishing on Robinson's river. Gordonsville, Oct. 10th. --Gordon's cavalry attacked the enemy's guard at Robinson's river this morning, driving them to their camp four miles beyond, on the Culpeper road, where, after a show of resistance, they fled. We captured 100 prisoners, including two surgeons and one captain; also their camp, &c. We were still pursuing the fugitives when our guard left. Two negro prisoners were brought in this morning, belonging to the "home guard" of Fairfax.