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West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.more troops--Texas Rangers, &c. Charlotte Court-House, Va., June 23d, 1861. Our village is to-day honored with another body of Confederate troops, consisting or men from different States, mostly from Western Virginia. Ohio and Texas are also represented in their number. They style themselves the "Texas Rangers," and are on their way to join that noble band of patriots at or near Phillippi. They are fighting on their own hook. All they ask is for one glimpse of Old Abe, Scott, or Butler, or any of their picayune crowd. Many of these Rangers are praying Christians, who daily invoke the continuance of Heaven's richest blessings upon our Confederate companies, and they all seem to have such control over themselves as will disarm our invading enemies, and will "Lay the proud usurpers low; Liberty will be in every blow; We will be free." Luola.
W. M. Scott (search for this): article 9
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.more troops--Texas Rangers, &c. Charlotte Court-House, Va., June 23d, 1861. Our village is to-day honored with another body of Confederate troops, consisting or men from different States, mostly from Western Virginia. Ohio and Texas are also represented in their number. They style themselves the "Texas Rangers," and are on their way to join that noble band of patriots at or near Phillippi. They are fighting on their own hook. All they ask is for one glimpse of Old Abe, Scott, or Butler, or any of their picayune crowd. Many of these Rangers are praying Christians, who daily invoke the continuance of Heaven's richest blessings upon our Confederate companies, and they all seem to have such control over themselves as will disarm our invading enemies, and will "Lay the proud usurpers low; Liberty will be in every blow; We will be free." Luola.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.more troops--Texas Rangers, &c. Charlotte Court-House, Va., June 23d, 1861. Our village is to-day honored with another body of Confederate troops, consisting or men from different States, mostly from Western Virginia. Ohio and Texas are also represented in their number. They style themselves the "Texas Rangers," and are on their way to join that noble band of patriots at or near Phillippi. They are fighting on their own hook. All they ask is for one glimpse of Old Abe, Scott, or Butler, or any of their picayune crowd. Many of these Rangers are praying Christians, who daily invoke the continuance of Heaven's richest blessings upon our Confederate companies, and they all seem to have such control over themselves as will disarm our invading enemies, and will "Lay the proud usurpers low; Liberty will be in every blow; We will be free." Luola.
June 23rd, 1861 AD (search for this): article 9
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.more troops--Texas Rangers, &c. Charlotte Court-House, Va., June 23d, 1861. Our village is to-day honored with another body of Confederate troops, consisting or men from different States, mostly from Western Virginia. Ohio and Texas are also represented in their number. They style themselves the "Texas Rangers," and are on their way to join that noble band of patriots at or near Phillippi. They are fighting on their own hook. All they ask is for one glimpse of Old Abe, Scott, or Butler, or any of their picayune crowd. Many of these Rangers are praying Christians, who daily invoke the continuance of Heaven's richest blessings upon our Confederate companies, and they all seem to have such control over themselves as will disarm our invading enemies, and will "Lay the proud usurpers low; Liberty will be in every blow; We will be free." Luola.