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Captain Emmet McDonald. This gentleman and soldier is now in the city as the companion of his gallant leader, Gen. Price. He has won much renown during the war in the hard service of the West. Although born in Ohio, at the taking of Camp Jackson, in Missouri, he was the only man of eight hundred who refused to take the oath of allegiance; and since that period, at Springfield, Carthage, Lexington, Elk Horn, and in others field, has won the recorded approbation of his Generals.
Emmet McDonald (search for this): article 9
Captain Emmet McDonald. This gentleman and soldier is now in the city as the companion of his gallant leader, Gen. Price. He has won much renown during the war in the hard service of the West. Although born in Ohio, at the taking of Camp Jackson, in Missouri, he was the only man of eight hundred who refused to take the oath of allegiance; and since that period, at Springfield, Carthage, Lexington, Elk Horn, and in others field, has won the recorded approbation of his Generals.
Captain Emmet McDonald. This gentleman and soldier is now in the city as the companion of his gallant leader, Gen. Price. He has won much renown during the war in the hard service of the West. Although born in Ohio, at the taking of Camp Jackson, in Missouri, he was the only man of eight hundred who refused to take the oath of allegiance; and since that period, at Springfield, Carthage, Lexington, Elk Horn, and in others field, has won the recorded approbation of his Generals.
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Captain Emmet McDonald. This gentleman and soldier is now in the city as the companion of his gallant leader, Gen. Price. He has won much renown during the war in the hard service of the West. Although born in Ohio, at the taking of Camp Jackson, in Missouri, he was the only man of eight hundred who refused to take the oath of allegiance; and since that period, at Springfield, Carthage, Lexington, Elk Horn, and in others field, has won the recorded approbation of his Generals.