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any cases proved more an annoyance than a compliment. Celebration of New Year's day in New York New York, Jan. 1. --The day was generally observed in the spirit for which New York is famous. All the stores, banks and public offices were closed, and every body seemed bent on enjoyment. The weather was beautiful throughout. Lies of a Yankee Refugee — his Representation of the condition of the South, &c. From the Frankfort correspondent of the Cincinnati Times, dated December 25th, we extract the following: Mr. Nelson R. A. Biddell, a merchant of Philadelphia, who married his wife in Savannah, Georgia, and who left there on the 2d instant, has just arrived here by way of Nashville, Bowling Greece, and Louisville. Mr Biddell had great difficulty in getting out of Savannah, having labored faithfully, but in vain to do so for several months. Mr. Biddell describes the alarm and panic at Savannah, after the Federal attack on Port Royal, as most extraordin
The Daily Dispatch: January 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Escape of Negro prisoners from Fort Macon. (search)
A policeman killed at Memphis. --The Memphis Asaleacks of the 2d inst., says that a policeman named John Causey was stabbed through the heart and instantly killed, on Tuesday evening, the ult.: The murder was committed by a man named Wm. J. Morrill, at the corner of Main and Gayoso streets, hear 8 o'clock, and under the following circumstances. On Christmas night Morrill assailed and stabbed, about the same locality, a man named John Borgiana. Berglana engaged John Crusey and Wm. Kelly, day policemen, to look after and arrest Morrill, While going home on Tuesday night, Causey discovered Morrill in a barber shop, called him out, told him the offence he was charged with, and that he was his prisoner. Morrill desired to be permitted to go off on some pretext, and way refused, when he drew a knife, and stabbing him through the heart, made his escape. The set was witnessed by several persons, but not in time to secure the murderer. Causey never spoke, but died immediately