Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Gaston Meares, Jr.” in article 23 of The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1861., [Electronic resource]:
...in New York for "treason," was a merchant, doing business at 36 South street. The employees in the Gosport Navy Yard were paid off, for a full month, in Confederate notes, on Friday last. Gaston Meares, Jr. , son of Colonel Gaston Meares, was drowned at Wilmington, N. C., last Friday. The prize steamer St. Nicholas was sold at Fredericksburg, on Tuesday last, for $12,000 cash....
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