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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 27 June 1861

L . t. sn,--viaffnimii ii m VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1861. NUMBER 22 WHOLE No. 74. PLTMOUT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, i aft - - l A 4 ''J i t f ,1 : 1 POETICAL. CAN THE ABSENT BE FORGOTTEN ? Cm the absent be forgotten ? Can their memories ever die ? Were they loved to be remembered As a dream that pusses by ? Can the earthly tics that bind us Like to morning mists depart ? Forbid it, Heaven ! lor then let casa Each joy that cheers the heart. Can the absent be forgotten ? Can the lips that we have kissed, The hands that we have pressed in ours. Be lost and not be missed ? Tell me, angels, in your starry world, Ye cherubs bright and fair, Why do we send our pleadings op To be remembered there ? Can the ebsent be forgotten. As the roses bud and bloom, Unfold their beauties for an hour, Then wither ii the tomb ? Ah, no, there is Faith in lore Unbding, firm and pur , That, like the eternal mountains, God created to endure. Can the absent be forgotten, Though their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 27 June 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY T. PLAT? McDOWALD, :::::::: Editor. Tjicrsday, Juni: 2Ttii, 1SG1. BEAUTIES OF THE " ONE PARTY.' The rentiers f the Democrat are doubtless aware of the position which some of the leaders f the Republican party, including Mattinely, of the Republican, luve taken that "there is now but one party in the North and that party was for the administration. lu order to bring this matter before the public in a mant.er calculated to i-sUblish the truth of their profession and the puiity of tl e'.r motives, they implore! (with how much sincerity is now being developed,) their Republican brethren high in authority, u make 0 discrimination aga'nst Democrats in making appointments to office. We have lately had an example of the manner in which the one party " policy is, to be earned ut in this county. At the June term of the Cor.iinissiener's Court, there was a vacancy to fill in the ofiiee of County Surveyor, caused by the resituation fcf the farmer incumbcit. It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 27 June 1861

4 I I r v 7 7A jt. s : t i 1 TnaEjDECRAT.iTnB PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT Local ad Miscellaneous. JOHN McDONALD, :::::: Editor. LOST! At Plyaouth, or on the road leading to Argos, one yard of black silk, one yard of lining, two and a half Tarda of black reivet and one skein of silk. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the sa"ne at this oSice. There was an ista!lation of oflice in Lodge No, 143, of Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons, on the evening of Tuesday, the 25th inst The address, by M. A. O. Packard, was a peeulia-ly happy effort, and done credit to both Mr. P. and the I.odge. Aside from the extreme warmth of tue evening, they had a very pleasant time. The followiugare the names of the ollictrs installed: M. II. RICE, Worshipful M ister, K. R.SHOOK, Senior Warden. K. K. BROOKE, Junior Warde i, J. D.GRAY. Treasurer, M. A. O. PACKARD, Secretary, II. C. BURLINGAME, Senior Deacon, M. II. TIBBITS, Junior Deacon, J. J. VINALL.aid D. 0. QUIVEY, Stewards. A. T. ELLIOTT, Tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 27 June 1861

SB S,000,00 WORTH OF AT Sign of the Golden Boot, sold lO ipGi? ot. AlDOve To 33 o JUST RECEIVED AT THE SIGN OF GOLDEN BOOT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES ! EVER BROUGHT TO PLYMOUTH. "CUSTOMERS will find at mv store, east side V Ladies , Gentlemen 3, uojs ; Misses, and Children s v ear, together with a large stock of Warranted ECOme-Maclo w Oris, z Ü-I will sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for LESS MONEY, than any Dry Goods store, or any other eytablishmtn" in Plymouth. 01 will Warrant all my Work, both Eastern and IIome-Made and mend all that rips free of charge. 01 have a very large stock, and am bound to sell at priced to auit the hard times. A Large stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS always kept on hand. The Highest Market Price in Cash Paid for Hides. Plymouth, Indian, April 25, 1S61 13tf 33 . PAUL. f Gin as a" Remedial Agent. THIS DELTCIOUS TONIC STIMULANT T SPECIALLY designed for the u?e J of the medical Profession and the Familyhav ins superceded the so-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 July 1861

vi - . r MOU1 BEMOCRA 1 i VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1861. NUMBER 23 WHOLE JNTo. 75. IP! WEEKLY '4 i -. '4 y i : ) RULES AND REGULATICK 3, A STD JLIST OF FREIHIUillS, OF THE SEVENTH ANNUAL FAIR OF THE II ABSHALL C0ÜHTY Agricultural society TO Bt HULD AT PLYMOUTH, ON THE 17th, 18th & 19th Days of October. 1861. RULEl AND REGULATIONS. Ist. Extiuzs. All entries must be made before 10 o'clock, A. M., of the second day of tbe Fair, sad to assist the Secretary and prevent much con fusion, those who intend to make entries are re quested to call on the Secretary and make what entries they can before the first day of the Fair. 2d. Entries must, in all cases, be made on the Secretary's Books, and the entry ticket properly attached, before articles or animals are admitted within the iuclosure. No article entered for a Premium can be removed from the ground, except by consent of the Executive Committee, until the close of the Fair. 3d. No article or an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 July 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT T. & P. .lIcDOAAIi. PLATT McDONALD, :::::::: Editor. rLTMOUTH, INDIANA: Thursday, July 4tit, 18G1, DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION The Democratic County Convention, last Saturday, was a complete success in point of numbers and enthusiasm. We do not recollect ever before seeing the Cout House as full of indomitable and unconquerable Democrats ; and ihe enthusiastic manner in which the able speeches delivered be fore the Convention were received, was a true in lex of the spirit which actuates them. There weie no exhibitions of petty malice and under handed wire-working which 13 frequently com rdained cf in Conventions ; unity of sentiment. and an earnest desire that a fair expression be had, Actuated all. Speeches were delivered by Messrs. Reeve, Ccrbin, Packard, and Shirley. Kceve and Packard each mad the ablest effort we ever beard them make. Mr. C01 bin's speech we did not hear, Ieing absent with the Committee on Resolutions. yr. Recve'd a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 July 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. john Mcdonald, Editor. Out friend, tlie "Volunteer" corresp indent of the Republican, is out with another article in that sheet, in which he says a great many unkir.d thing? about us. As a gentleman of his exalted patriotism andkmwi courage would not he likely to lose such a capital chance of serving hi? country as was presented in the company leaving here last Monday, he of course has "gone to tho ware;" therefore, not wishing to write anything that he can not reply to, we will merely refer to the reason he assigns for his company being "non est inxentua." Speaking of the Militia Law, he says: "they the volunteers understood it to compel them to remain members of the compay until they were forty-five years of age" ! The reader cannot but admire the grace with which he gets out of a tight place, and throws the entire responsibilitTOn the shoulders of his companj, Iearing them undcrthe very unenviable imputation of not being able to understand p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 July 1861

S3 S 9 O O O . O O WORTH OF OTS cfb S3EI03ESS! AT Sign of the sold XO per ot. JUST RECEIVED AT THE SIGN OF GOLDEN BOOT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES! EVER BROUGHT TO PLYMOUTH. CUSTOMERS will find at my store, cast side of Michigan street, everj description and kind of Ladies', Gentlemen's, Coys'; Misses, and Children's Wear, together with a large stock of W ixirr Ci32Ltcc3L ZECOxxxe-Mcica. K"I will sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE anv other establishment in Plymouth. jjfI will Warrant all my HorA-, both Eastern U"I have a very large stock, and am bound to A Large stock of LEATHER AND The Highest Market Price Plymouth, Indiana, April 25, 1SG1 13tf 973 m hvi Gin as a Remedial Agent. THIS DELICIOUS TONIC STIMULANT ESPECIALLY designed for the use of the medical Profession and the Familyhaving superceded the so-called "Gins," "Aro, m tic," Cordial." Medicated," "Scl-naps." tc., is iriw endorsed by all the prominent Physic ians, chemists and connoiseurs, as pos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 July 1861

DEMOCRA VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1861. NUMBER 24 WHOLE No. 70. 1PT YMO rynpirj vJ JL JO WEEKLY THE QUIET SLUMBER. Lay him gently to his rest Fold his pale hand3 upon his breast ; From hi3 browOb ! how cold and marble fair Softly part the tangled hair : Look upon him now ! Asa weary child he lies, "With the quiet, dreamless eyes. O'er which the lashes darkly sweep, And on his lip the quiet smile The sour adieu to earthly strife, And on his face the deep repose We never saw in life. Peaceful be his rest, and deep ; Let him sleep. No fears for him he needs them not ; Along life's drear and toilsome road Firmly his manly footstep strode, Striving to bear its weary lot. With such a pride upon his brow. With snch a pain within his heart, The firmness of the manly will Veiling the secret smart. Oh ! it is well that the strife is o'er, That thus so peacefully he lies, Unheeding now the bitter words, The cold, unpitjing eyes, Fold his mantle o'er hia breast ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 July 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY PLATT HcDCWALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, IITDIANA: Thui.sday, July Utii, 1 S 1 . era for the South. Free laborers would pour in ; ter visiting Washington, and srteiit the President wasted hVlds would be cultivated b- new lnnds ; an,i Cabinet, publishes the lolloping: ruined cities would be b-:ilt "p bv northern capital , ami ingenuity, and the t isk for the civilization of i " The war may soon pa away we miy hv. the coiuhie age would be the education and prep- ! R '1U1C; d vital battle field, and the North ration THE OBJECT OF TFIE PL! PUB LI "AIT LEADER0. The New York Times, a leading Republican piper, says: "We must immediately commence the organization of a Standing Army!" The Vine and Vilm. pubhVhcd in New York and Boston, edited by Redpath, Republic :n, and who has been, and is, a prominent friend and hrader of the Republican party audits great men, announces its object as follows: "I. The immediate eradication of l ivery from th- s il tV U.i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 July 1861

- " - -, ui a bx&atnm , ' I -- I I t if t ytjt 3 u i . rr. A i TnEJPEMOCliAT. Local and Miscellaneous. JOHN HeDOlIALD, : Editor. DEMOCRATIC COUSTY TICKET FOR RECORDER, O. II. P. II ANNA. FOR COMMISSIONER. SIMON S N Y d i: n . FOR SURVEYOR, J . M . KLINGE 11. IIOjIE guard. There will be a meeting hell at Westervelt Hall, on Saturday evening, July 13th, l:Gl,for the purpose of organizing a Home Guard, and to take such steps as are necessary for the procurement of arms, Hud the complete organization Oi'a Military Company under the new Militia Law of toe State of Indiana. The celebration of our national anniversary; vras a complete success. The town never was so full of people ; everybody Fccmel anxious to do or s.17 something worthy of remembrance, an 1 never was a similar lav, in our town, attended with so many "results." To give a full history of the day's proceeding?, we shall not attempt, lut will merely say that the day was fine, the oration, reading, speeehe?, and mus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 11 July 1861

S3 S , O O O -O O WORTH OF OOTS cßs ES AT Sign of the G sold. lO xor JUST RECEIVED AT THE SIGN OF GOLDEN BOOT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES! EVER BROUGHT TO PLYMOUTH. CUSTOMERS will find at mv store, east side of Michigan street, CTery description and kind of Ladies', Gentlemen's, Boys'; Misses, and Children's Wear, together with a large stock of Warranted BCOm.c-lVIri3.o 0 wOrli ! TTl will sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for LESS MONEY, than any Dry Goods store, or anv other establishment in Plymouth. ri OM will Warrant all my 11 'ork, both Eastern and Vome-Made and mend all that rips free of charge. 331 have a very large stock, and am bound to sell at prices to suit the hard times..o A Larsc stork of LEATHER AND FINDINGS ahvayskept on hand. The Highest Market Price in Cash Paid for Hides. riymouth, Indiana, April 23, 1861 13tf 'iu a a Remedial Agent. THIS PEI.TCIOUS TONIC STIMULANT ESPECIALLY designed for the nse of the medical Profession and the Famil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 July 1861

PLYMOUT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTPI, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, JULY 18, 1861. NUMBER 25 WHOLE No. 77. 5 t ' '- ' i f i i f i - i r IETTER FROM WM. G. POMSROY. Steelville, Mo., June 12, 1S61. Ed Democrat, ffcar Sir: Your favor of the 25th of May is received. In reference to your suggestions touching the present war, I am at a loss for an answer. The object of this war, tmthe part of the Federal Government, is to f up,rcs3 what at the North 13 termed a rebellion. The manifest object on the part of the South is, to dissolve her conntction with the Federal Union and establish a Southern Confederacy. How far the opinion3 of mankind will justify the South in this revolution, remains for future evenrj and future historians to disclose. The causes that impelled the separation, are well known, not only in this country, but in Europe. A government de ficto now exists in the South, composed of eleven States, and rtrange as it may appear, each Power, contending for the same form of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 July 1861

? TIIE DEMOCRAT. FUBUSHED WEEKLY BY PIATT ITt-DOITALD, :::::::: Editor. 'liVr-IOUTEI, IKDIAITA: TnrK?DAY, July IStii, lSfil. TIS CIJTBJT OP THS KSPUBLICAIT IE ADETV.3. That none of ov.r readers nny be midod concerning the object which the Republicans li;vo in lighting the v r.r to t!io letter end, mid spurning everything tending to a peaceful teabitioa of our IHUI'.II.III.-, i.V. 1 '1 l .. 1. I llll.J IUI I'. U llli'tl. I .1- . ... .raus ironi tan ie:tuiiicr w..r rapew. e ... , 1 . . . . I :;, r sonree, a? laal ;:;m:il ot:i begat ar.o nursctl j tueRcruV.lounprv, an t is tha.cf.re ts much ofi4 hcheve V'-iMh Presllent Je. ri ri-l.t , . " 4 lt , , . . ,. to ; i r ; i -Ii si ivcrv m tho fxf reise vf War lower ? ;-. :n.i:!i-r..eee of tv pofy . s tho A-tramis ration 0y f0Km, MC ,,, V. ':;:i-t'Cl. The f.'llo'.vhiir estnei is a s'.-Ciri- . , . , . 4 . . 4 . , , I ne remainder of too catechism will l.e pi-Muli ni.ti vl unit r'c.rs ai tint juuruu c iv civ: , , . ' " j Oil hereafter. CotL'TesS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 July 1861

'' r i iX , -' - ' ' - . ' V l I - : i TBE DEMO CI? A T. LOCAL A "NT) MISCELLANEOUS. J0H1I SIcDOITALD, : : Editor. DEMOCRATIC COUXTY TICKET. FOR RECTrvDCIt. O . II. P. II A NX A. ivn COM.'IT-T NT". s m o n s n v i) e n . F.'iR rnVFY-n. J . M . K L 1 X O K IF I throueh the co'-imns of your C.rcul r, tho sorpritaezrziggT'a?'gEafL'!tjv u.-.-gv.''! !;, pj-oTM't'es of your Scandinavian Fdood PuriWn have receive! the "Third Annual Report j lW and Rh-o I Tills which 5s a sure cv.re for Inlif the Ch.eJiry Eve an-I Er Infirmarr, IYcse-tcd j portion an.l Liver Comp'a'nt. We have several br the Board of Sermons, for the year culin? person in tonn, who hive been pufferin with Alav 1, 15G1." A tins Charitv is for the NorthWest as well as for Chlciprn, no publish the fdlowin"etr.cfsforthcber.e5tof tho-e interested, j The slirpeons report "That ilurin" the rear ending Mav 1, 1 pCI, two hundred and rfchtv-efclit patents have been j tim?.-rtreitni. nt: r nimelv: two hundred and thir ty ecvtn wiih di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 18 July 1861

JE S 9 O O O .O O WORTH OF 500T cG SS 3E3E Q 3ES AT THE Sign of the Golden Boot, JUST RECEIVED AT THE SIGN OF GOLDEN BOOT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES! EVER BROUGHT CUSTOMERS will find nt mv store, east side of Michigan street, every desc Ladies', Gentlemen's, Hoya'; Misses, and Children's Wear, together with a 0"I will sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for anv other establishment in PIvmouth. SFTI will Warrant all my Uor,both Eastern and 0I have a very large btock, and am bound to sell A Large stock of LEATHER AND The Highest . Market Price Plymouth, Indiana, April 25, 1SG1 13tf ill as a Remedial A Sent. THIS DELICIOUS TONIC STIMULANT E S P E C I A L L Y designed for the use ' of the medical Profession and the Familyhaving Superceded the so-called "Gins," "Arn, in tic," "Cordial," 'Medicated," "Schnaps," etc , is ivjw endorsed by all the prominent Physic ians. chemists and connoisseurs, as possessing nil of these transic medical qualities (tonic diuretic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 July 1861

rrn 0 VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1861. NUMBER 2G WTHOLE No. 78. PLTMO WEEK DEMOCRA Y -I a ? . ;i 'i V- r POETICAL. OLD TIME3 AND NEW. Read at the Xeio England Society' Festival Xew York, December 22, 1S56. by Allen C. Sfooxer. of Boston. Twas in my easy chair at home, About a week ago, I sat aud puffed my light cigar As usual, you must know. I mu-d upon tne Tilgrim flock, Whose luck it was to land Jpon the almost only rock AmoBgthe rijmouth sand. ,u my mind's eve, I saw them leave Their weather beaten bark Before them spread the wintry wilds, Behind rolled ocean dark. Alone that little handful stood, While savage foes lurked nigh, Their creed and watchword, "Trust in God And keep your powder dry.' Imagination's pencil then That first stern winter painted, When more than half their numbe r died And stoutest spirits fainted. A tear unbidden filled one ere, My smoke had filled the other ; One sees strange sight3 at such a time, Which quite the senses bot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 July 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. 1T3M.SIII.U WEI.Kr.V BV T. V I McDOXATiD." . i PIATT McDOKALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH. INDIANA: M'lUTNtur. Ji LY Ü51H 1801. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. m e t it,ir. I lir. v. ,sc..e l-ng to be remmebcred,; r.ot that -i." I'm;- of i.u:.ortaiK-e was dene, but that it. wr. ihr vivble rtwuantof the l.lte Republivuu J ! The rioting of tlie Cor.rt llese b:!l called tic;,c faithful together. As ti er-had not been a sl!'rf,r in t ta "thii .'i:;ir.er,v e resolved to go :uvl we j f.d. Amrtug it t'iv Cirt IIoul wa iourd tin. iL-- ucarly VJ, ulthouU rainy more n.ight have l-.: avv-.nuni catcl. V never &vr 1 is ;nti;u-Ltm in any convent';.r:. ' real or !;nui. Tho- ia attcudauce looked j i;;.,i;u ji-v were uionit -ntaruy expecting a gi;- j .. 1 1 i i ig iire ir";it ii ruasried battery, an I wese prepar- , in- thjunclve to s. .. when t'.t.? lire diJ come, ! We uidii't CMiimtnce it." The ;onvention was ' ran'.er by the appointment of S. R. Coons, Vi-i..-id.:iit, and I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 July 1861

4 ' i t i x THE ' DEMOCIUT Local and Miscixlaneoi;?. JOnN MsBOUALD. : Editor DEMOCRATIC COVXTY TICKET. VOR RECORDER. II . P. II A N X A . O . F.iTi COMMIsSIXV.R. SIMON S N Y D E R vor rr.vF.V''U. .1 . M . KL1 N Ci E K. Ovrivc to the importnr.ee of the war r.ew we have not prepared much Local this wepk think-1 ine our renders wonld be more interceded in hear- i iar from the seat of war, than in reading any locals we might manufuc'urr We hare delayed our issue a little in order to get the l itest dispatches. Rev.W.C. Porter, firmer lv pastor of th" ... i PrrsrjTtoriflnChurdintth'.'plice.hrwlen appoint- . eJ Chaplain of CoL Ih-own- Regiment. Mr. P. is a tainted and rinjr Mir ister, and will doubtlcs become a great a firotite in the Regiment, was with his charge here. he Lieut. Cssei.man and Serjeant Mttin;l v of i Capt. BVdey 's Company, paid or.r town a short! Twit a few davs sir.ee. Their .4cth bein? pood, i . . i thev do not dread rating thotrranre buiscuits j doled out to them as m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 25 July 1861

(From our Extra of Monday afternoon. Another great battle. 2,500 SLAIIV. Precipitate Retreat of the Federal Forces! Washington, July 22. The South is now gaining a great victory at Manassas Junction, and will eventually repulse our troops with great loss. Fecleml troops retreating to Washington r.vh rear well covered by a good column. Our loss 2500! The fortifications around Washington o strongly reinforced by fresh troops. Mnny confused 9tatement3 are prevalent but enough U known to warrant the statement that wg have suffered in a degree which has cast a gloom over the remnants f thft srmy, and the deepest melancholy over Washington. We were advancing ami taking tlieir masked batteries gradually but surely bv driving the enemy toward Manassns. when they seemed to have received reinforcerneuts. Gen. Johnston took command, and commenced driving us back, when a panic among our troops 8'iddenlr occurred aud a regular stampede took place. It is thought that Gen. McDowell undertook to ma...

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