Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Slevers” in article 1 of The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1861., [Electronic resource]:
Mons. Oscar Veseron, a young merchant, but recently removed from Brownsville to Matamoras.
Mons. Francisco Bouvard, French subject.
Mr. Francis Oliver, clerking in the house of Mr. Slevers , had his legs badly shot and amputated.
The Refugees.--Every nook and corner of Brownsville is filled with the poor and desolate people who have been driven from their homes in Matamoras.
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