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Yankee Exultation. --A rich scene took place in the Yankee Methodist Episcopal Church, North, lately, upon the announcement of Gen. Lee's surrender to Grant. The following explains the matter: Philadelphia, May 13.--Near the close of the session the Rev. Col. Moody arose and stated that a telegram had been received that Lee had surrendered to Grant with 40,000 men. A scene then took place. Ladies in the galleries and the gentlemen in all parts of the house united in a perfect rr: Philadelphia, May 13.--Near the close of the session the Rev. Col. Moody arose and stated that a telegram had been received that Lee had surrendered to Grant with 40,000 men. A scene then took place. Ladies in the galleries and the gentlemen in all parts of the house united in a perfect rush or stamps, waving of handkerchiefs, &c. Quiet was finally restored, and the body after the giving of notices, adjourned with the doxology and benediction from Rev. Mr. Jewitt, of Rock river.
W. L. Moody (search for this): article 9
Yankee Exultation. --A rich scene took place in the Yankee Methodist Episcopal Church, North, lately, upon the announcement of Gen. Lee's surrender to Grant. The following explains the matter: Philadelphia, May 13.--Near the close of the session the Rev. Col. Moody arose and stated that a telegram had been received that Lee had surrendered to Grant with 40,000 men. A scene then took place. Ladies in the galleries and the gentlemen in all parts of the house united in a perfect rush or stamps, waving of handkerchiefs, &c. Quiet was finally restored, and the body after the giving of notices, adjourned with the doxology and benediction from Rev. Mr. Jewitt, of Rock river.
Monday Grant (search for this): article 9
Yankee Exultation. --A rich scene took place in the Yankee Methodist Episcopal Church, North, lately, upon the announcement of Gen. Lee's surrender to Grant. The following explains the matter: Philadelphia, May 13.--Near the close of the session the Rev. Col. Moody arose and stated that a telegram had been received that Lee had surrendered to Grant with 40,000 men. A scene then took place. Ladies in the galleries and the gentlemen in all parts of the house united in a perfect r: Philadelphia, May 13.--Near the close of the session the Rev. Col. Moody arose and stated that a telegram had been received that Lee had surrendered to Grant with 40,000 men. A scene then took place. Ladies in the galleries and the gentlemen in all parts of the house united in a perfect rush or stamps, waving of handkerchiefs, &c. Quiet was finally restored, and the body after the giving of notices, adjourned with the doxology and benediction from Rev. Mr. Jewitt, of Rock river.
Yankee Exultation. --A rich scene took place in the Yankee Methodist Episcopal Church, North, lately, upon the announcement of Gen. Lee's surrender to Grant. The following explains the matter: Philadelphia, May 13.--Near the close of the session the Rev. Col. Moody arose and stated that a telegram had been received that Lee had surrendered to Grant with 40,000 men. A scene then took place. Ladies in the galleries and the gentlemen in all parts of the house united in a perfect rush or stamps, waving of handkerchiefs, &c. Quiet was finally restored, and the body after the giving of notices, adjourned with the doxology and benediction from Rev. Mr. Jewitt, of Rock river.
Yankee Exultation. --A rich scene took place in the Yankee Methodist Episcopal Church, North, lately, upon the announcement of Gen. Lee's surrender to Grant. The following explains the matter: Philadelphia, May 13.--Near the close of the session the Rev. Col. Moody arose and stated that a telegram had been received that Lee had surrendered to Grant with 40,000 men. A scene then took place. Ladies in the galleries and the gentlemen in all parts of the house united in a perfect rush or stamps, waving of handkerchiefs, &c. Quiet was finally restored, and the body after the giving of notices, adjourned with the doxology and benediction from Rev. Mr. Jewitt, of Rock river.