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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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y rebels and taken to Richmond. All these are confined at Wheeling, Va. The following are at Camp Chase, on charge of disloyalty: Martin Brittan, Ell C. Williams, Jackson county; Benj. Bassil, Upsher county; Dallas and Thos, Gilford, Pocahontas county; B. G. Garrier, Dan. Hort, Geo. W. Mills, C. N. Schoonover, Randolph county; Jno. D. Garret, Logan county; Thos. Moran, Barbour county; Jas. W. Norman, Calhoun county; D. L. Shodgrass Marion county; D. Williams, Harrison county; Ell Emrick, Wood county; Levi Tottey, Hampshire county; Robert Anderson and Andrew Jones, Cumberland county; J. A. B. Leonard and S. S. Floyd, Montgomery county. The following are confined at the Old Capitol prison: Dearban, Samuel and Isaiah Johnson, Jno A. Scott, Jno. W. George and Samuel C. Taylor, Accomac county, blockading; Bolney Purcell and Steven R. M. unt, London, held as hostages; J. H. Barnes, F. Fox, Geo. H. Cook, Richard Johnson, Richard Richardson and Albert Wren, Fairfax county, Disloyal.
Present for Gen. Robert E. Lee. --A citizen of Albemarle county, Va., who emigrated to Illinois in 1857, has just returned. He concealed within the lining of his vest a beautiful pin-cushion, presented to Gen. Lee by a young lady of Wood county, Ill. One side of this "token" was white silk, on which was a Confederate flag, bearing the motto "Conquer or Dic." The other side was blue silk, with white dais, and the word "Love" in the centre.
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