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Yorktown (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 7
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Eject of the News in Norfolk. Norfolk, Va., June 12, 1861. The greatest excitement was witnessed here last evening. out of the announcement that a dispatch had been received by Col. Huger, stating that 4,500 of the Lincoln hirelings were met by 1,000 Confederate troops under Col. Magruder, at Bethel Church, between Yorktown and Williamsburg and defeated with great loss. At night, tar barrels were burned, and the utmost enthusiasm exhibited. The dispatch says our men fought like lions, and the greatest skill and bravery are to be awarded them in the struggle. Col. Magruder receives the lasting praise of our people, as he will the whole South, for his action in this contest. It is but a part, however, of his military character to be expert in war. The event has been received here with such glowing delight that I could not forbear making mention of it, although you have probably been advised of the minutest particular
a., June 12, 1861. The greatest excitement was witnessed here last evening. out of the announcement that a dispatch had been received by Col. Huger, stating that 4,500 of the Lincoln hirelings were met by 1,000 Confederate troops under Col. Magruder, at Bethel Church, between Yorktown and Williamsburg and defeated with great loss. At night, tar barrels were burned, and the utmost enthusiasm exhibited. The dispatch says our men fought like lions, and the greatest skill and bravech says our men fought like lions, and the greatest skill and bravery are to be awarded them in the struggle. Col. Magruder receives the lasting praise of our people, as he will the whole South, for his action in this contest. It is but a part, however, of his military character to be expert in war. The event has been received here with such glowing delight that I could not forbear making mention of it, although you have probably been advised of the minutest particulars. Luna.
Frank Huger (search for this): article 7
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Eject of the News in Norfolk. Norfolk, Va., June 12, 1861. The greatest excitement was witnessed here last evening. out of the announcement that a dispatch had been received by Col. Huger, stating that 4,500 of the Lincoln hirelings were met by 1,000 Confederate troops under Col. Magruder, at Bethel Church, between Yorktown and Williamsburg and defeated with great loss. At night, tar barrels were burned, and the utmost enthusiasm exhibited. The dispatch says our men fought like lions, and the greatest skill and bravery are to be awarded them in the struggle. Col. Magruder receives the lasting praise of our people, as he will the whole South, for his action in this contest. It is but a part, however, of his military character to be expert in war. The event has been received here with such glowing delight that I could not forbear making mention of it, although you have probably been advised of the minutest particular
June 12th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 7
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Eject of the News in Norfolk. Norfolk, Va., June 12, 1861. The greatest excitement was witnessed here last evening. out of the announcement that a dispatch had been received by Col. Huger, stating that 4,500 of the Lincoln hirelings were met by 1,000 Confederate troops under Col. Magruder, at Bethel Church, between Yorktown and Williamsburg and defeated with great loss. At night, tar barrels were burned, and the utmost enthusiasm exhibited. The dispatch says our men fought like lions, and the greatest skill and bravery are to be awarded them in the struggle. Col. Magruder receives the lasting praise of our people, as he will the whole South, for his action in this contest. It is but a part, however, of his military character to be expert in war. The event has been received here with such glowing delight that I could not forbear making mention of it, although you have probably been advised of the minutest particular