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James L. White (search for this): article 7
teer to fight Mr. Lincoln and his Black Republican hordes. He appealed to all to come up to the contest, as life, liberty and honor were at stake. Many then rushed to the different flags which had been prepared. The people then returned to town. Notice was given that speeches would be delivered in the Court-House. A general rush was made to hear them. Messrs. Walter Preston, Jas. W. Humes, Joseph T. Campbell, Jonathan Richmond, Isaac B. Dunn, Col. E. S. Martin, Gov. McMullin, Dr. Jas. L. White and Wm. White responded to calls made upon them by the crowd. Each gentleman made eloquent appeals to the people — each said that he was willing to engage in the fight. Col. McMullin related an anecdote of a young married lady, (Mrs. Pleasant Hagy,) who is here on a visit from Texas to see the parents, &c., of Mr. Hagy. Some ladies had asked her how she could consent for her husband to go to war — how would she feel if he got killed? Mrs. Hagy replied: "Let him go! I would rather
April 23rd, 1861 AD (search for this): article 7
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.prompt action in the Southwest--eloquentspeeches — patriotism of the women — organization of troops, &c., &c. Abingdon, Va., April 23, 1861. In a letter to you a few days since, I stated that the people of old Washington county were aroused — enraged against the powers that be at the Federal city. A salute was fired here when the news was received of the surrender of Fort Sumter, and also when the fact was made known that the Convention had passed an Ordinance of Secession. A worthy citizen, Mr. James Warren, was severely injured by an accidental going-off of the cannon on that day. Yesterday (Monday) was a great day in Abingdon. At least two thousand people had gathered in from all parts of the county — from the valleys and the mountains, from the creeks and the rivers. About 11 o'clock A. M., two regiments, besides the old citizens, and members of another regiment, under command of the Colonels, repaired to an open field fo
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