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The Daily Dispatch: June 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], An Incident of the Siege of Charleston. (search)
ve birth to a more tender sentiment; his suit was listed to, Governor Pickens gave his consent, and the marriage was fixed for yesterday, the 22d April. Lieut de Rochelle was on duty at Fort Sumter in the morning, and it was determined that the ceremony should take place at the residence of Gen. Bonham, in the evening, at 7 o'for the mastery. Lying upon a stoa, her bridal dress all stained with blood, her hair dishevelled, she had never been more beautiful. Helpless as she was, Lieut. de Rochelle took her hand and requested Rev. Mr. Dickinson to proceed with the ceremony. When it was time for the dying girl to say "yes, " her lips parted several tim agony was near. The minister sobbed as he proceeded with the ceremony. An hour afterwards all was over, and the bridal chamber was the chamber of death. Lieut. de Rochelle has sworn to perish in battle against the Yankees; and we are sure that he will keep his cash. He has now a double motive to hate them and his own existenc