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The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1864., [Electronic resource], Exchange of Confderate officers — Scene at the exchange. (search)
W. T. Ennell, Third North Carolina; J. E. Gross, Assistant Adjutant-General; E. M. Henry, Fourth Missouri; H. G. A. Higley, Commissary Subsistence; W. H. Manning, Sixth Louisiana; E. A. Nash, Fourth Georgia; L. J. Perkins, Fiftieth Virginia; E. J. Sanders, Sanders' battery; Thomas Steele, Third Kentucky; T. E. Upshaw, Thirteenth Virginia; F. F. Warley, Second South Carolina artillery; Thomas B. Webber, Second Kentucky; J. M. Wilson, Seventh Louisiana; G. H. Smith, Assistant Adjutant-General toSanders' battery; Thomas Steele, Third Kentucky; T. E. Upshaw, Thirteenth Virginia; F. F. Warley, Second South Carolina artillery; Thomas B. Webber, Second Kentucky; J. M. Wilson, Seventh Louisiana; G. H. Smith, Assistant Adjutant-General to Major-General-Wheeler. Lieutenants A. DuPre, Aide-de-camp Major-General Gardner's Staff; T. G. Jackson, Aide-de-camp Brigadier-General Anderson's Staff; J. A. Jacques, Aide-de-camp, volunteer to General Gardner. The Yankee band struck up "Home," and the steamers parted. Upon the arrival at Charleston, Major-General Ed. Johnson was presented with a wreath of flowers by the ladies. In receiving it, he spoke of having tried hard not to be captured, but said that hereafter he would try
d Washington Thursday night and was serenaded. He made a speech about putting down the rebellion with bullets, bayonets, and so on, for half an hour. The death of the Rev. Daniel Waldo, at Syracuse, New York, at the advanced age of one hundred and two years, reduces the number of Revolutionary pensioners to eleven. Colorado Jewett telegraphs the New York Herald that Ben Wood, Dean Richmond, and a number of other Democrats, are now at Niagara Falls, consulting with Clay, Holcombe, Sanders and other rebel agents. Since Greeley and Lincoln failed, these Democrats want to see what they can do towards making peace. Eben Winton, editor of the Bergen (New Jersey) Democrat, arrested for discouraging enlistments by articles in his paper, has given bail for trial. The following paragraph from the New York. Herald shows that very bold language is permitted in New York just now: Lindley Spring delivered an address last evening on "Peace and Reconciliation," at Cooper