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The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1864., [Electronic resource], Quantrell's Exodus from Missouri--the Blount fight. (search)
destruction, so does Peyton Long, the young hero, gallantly bear down on the "cute" Yankee; he reserves every shot, while Curtis is wasting his; he dashes upon him — both pause for an instant, as if in mutual admiration — but only for a moment. Peyton Long watches his antagonist, and sways his body to the left to escape the sabre cut of the Yankee; the next instant the inevitable six-shooter of the guerilla is pointed to the head of the splendid-looking fellow; it is the work of an instant; Peyton strikes like an eagle, and all is over! A shout of triumph arose from the throng of guerillas, who had ceased the fight to watch the encounter between this well-matched couple. Long saw his antagonist fall heavily to the earth, and his noble heart essayed to pity and assist him; but the stern mandate, the inflexible cannon of the guerilla's creed, "kill and spare not the Yankees," the order of Gen Blount outlawing every guerilla, written by those hands before him and approved by that f
The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1864., [Electronic resource], Quantrell's Exodus from Missouri--the Blount fight. (search)
the least opportunity of proving his age, though his appearance furnished prima facis evidence that he was over the age specified and required in the conscription act. Emmet A. Poard, who represented that he was illegally detained by Maj. T. G. Peyton, and claimed an exemption on account of physical disability, was brought into Court, and it appearing that he was not illegally detained, the Court ordered that he be remanded to the custody of Maj. Peyton. The petitioner was examined in JMaj. Peyton. The petitioner was examined in June last by the Medical Board for the second Congressional district, and held for service. Being of opinion that the said examination was invalid, from the fact that the Board contained but one army surgeon, he applied at camp, was examined by the Board which met there, and granted an exemption. The point involved in this case was as to which of these examinations was the true and valid one, and the Court decided that a full board of army surgeons was not necessarily required by the action of