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The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
entrance of the Yankee troops into Wilmington. The correspondents from Wilmington claim that Terry's troops, before crossing the river into the city of Wilmington, captured three hundred and sevecolumns would have had the honor of first occupying the city. As it was, the troops of General Terry pushed into town about 9 o'clock, and with that discipline which characterizes their veterang left as a temporary guard until other dispositions might be made by General Schofield. Major Terry met the Mayor, Mr. John Dawson, who expressed his willingness to surrender the city and place it under the protection of the Union troops.-- Major Terry communicated the fact to his father, General Terry, who, at the court-house, thereupon formally received the surrender of Wilmington from General Terry, who, at the court-house, thereupon formally received the surrender of Wilmington from its chief executive, His Honor Mayor Dawson. Were the city of Wilmington located north of Mason and Dixon's line, with the present 22d day of February occurring in the earlier years of rebellion