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re, that the Cherokees should be delighted to have an opportunity of fighting against their persecutors. Freak of nature. --Col. John McKee, of this county, sent to our office last week a rare natural curiosity, which shows how fantastically nature disports at times, and departs from what is considered uniform laws. Col. McKee slaughtered a hog, the two fore legs of which had four well-developed feet, or twice the usual number. The extra feet were attached on the outside forming two angles of a square, and connected with the superiors about one and a half inches above the hoof, appearing as if the animal was preparing to side foremost as well as in the direction which the snout indicated--Iredell (N. C.) Express, 9th. Movements of British troops. Eastport, Jan. 1. --A British transport screw steamer, from Halifax, passed here at half-past 7 this morning, with 600 of the 62d regiment--400 to remain at St. Andrews, and 200 to proceed to Woodstock per railroad.
pply can be increased to any quantity required by the market, and we are informed ample arrangements to that effect have been made. From the Eastern Shore of Virginia — Stampede of citizens — outrages. The Norfolk correspondent of the Petersburg Express, writing under date of Jan. 9th, says: A perfect stampede has taken place among the people of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and all who can possibly do so are trying to get away. The following persons were drowned on the first day of January, while attempting their escape in an open boat:--Isaac Smith, Wesley Smith, John Moore and Ben. Ward. Unlimited licenses is allowed to the negroes, and only a few days ago one of the first ladies of Accomac was whipped by her once favorite servant. High prices for Negroes. The Charlottesville Jeffersonian, of the 11th inst., says: Four negro men belonging to the estate of the late James Buck, were sold at auction for cash, on Monday last by Benson & Bro., at th
The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Sinking cause of Jeff. Davis and his Southern Confederacy. (search)
The Sinking cause of Jeff. Davis and his Southern Confederacy. [From the New York Herald, Jan. 1.] The independent Cotton Confederacy of Jeff. Davis has seen its best days. Under the increasing pressure of our fleets and armies, it is reduced to the condition of a city invested by an overwhelming force and cut off from its supplies. Growing up, as in a single night, into a luxuriant development, like Jonah's gourd, it is willing as rapidly away. From every quarter of the South, in every variety of manifestation, the facts and the evidence are daily accumulating upon our hands that nothing but the intervention of England or France can prevent this overstrained and exhausted rebellion from collapsing within Mr. Seward's limitation of ninety days, like the Great South Sea Bubble or any other audacious but shallow imposture. In the interesting statements which we published yesterday from two Union refugees who had run the gauntlet of the Davis despotism from Texas to Indiana