Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1861., [Electronic resource].
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Movements of Federal troops in Western Virginia:Outrages on our citizens!Virginians pursued into the woods and fired at.one man killed and another wounded.the trip from Wheeling to Mannington — Seines en Route — Arrest of citizens — the Earned bridges, &c. We find in the Wheeling Intelligencer full accounts of the movements of the Federal troops, under Col. Kelly, from that city to Gration, Va. The Intelligencer is a strong Republican paper, and its statements are by no means free from party blas. It has a letter from a correspondent who describes in glowing style the reception of the troops at every stoppage. We make the following extracts from the letter. Scenes on the Route. All the way out through Marshall the utmost enthusiasm was awakened by the appearance of the soldiers. Owing to the alarming reports of the night before, rumors that Southern troops were approaching, we found crowds at every stopping place, who cheered the trains as they passed. At Glen Easto<