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loop New Packet. Gray. Smithfield, mdze. Providence,Dec. 5.--Sl'd. schr. Fair Dealer, Norfolk. 6th--Sl'd. schr. Leading Breeze, Rarpantiock. New York. Dec. 7.--Cl'd, schr. Mary Smith, Fredericksburg, Arr'd, schr. Rotten, Norfolk. Cotte, Nov. 13--Arr'd, brig Samson, Robinson, Norfolk. and sailed 15th for Genoa. Liverpool. Nov. 20.--Sl'd, ship Morning Star, McKenzie, City Point. Entered for ldg., 21st, ship Swinemunse, Lange, Hampton Roads. Philadelphia. Dec. 7.--Cl'd. steamer City of Richmond, Richmond; schrs. Mary Norfolk; Ann Turner, do. Norfolk, Dec. 7.--Arr'd, schr. C. Hadden, Richmond. Cl'd. schr. Ann Pickerell, Richmoerpool. Nov. 20.--Sl'd, ship Morning Star, McKenzie, City Point. Entered for ldg., 21st, ship Swinemunse, Lange, Hampton Roads. Philadelphia. Dec. 7.--Cl'd. steamer City of Richmond, Richmond; schrs. Mary Norfolk; Ann Turner, do. Norfolk, Dec. 7.--Arr'd, schr. C. Hadden, Richmond. Cl'd. schr. Ann Pickerell, Richmond.
News from New Mexico. Independence, Mo., Dec. 7. --The New Mexican mail, with dates to the 19th ult., arrived to-day in time to connect with the mail going East this morning. The mail was detained by very deep snow and excessively cold weather. The Kiowa Indians stopped the mails at McKnee's creek, and kept them half a day. Their object, they said, was to make peace, and they could wipe out the party, but did not feel so disposed. The Indians are almost in a starving condition, consequently they are anxious for peace. The campaign against the Navajoes has proved very successful, and they are still prosecuting it with energy. Parker's train arrived in Santa Fe on the 30th ult, loaded with dry goods and groceries. The contractors on this route contemplate running this mail via Fort Wise on the 1st of February, and the establishment of a mail route from that point to Denver City. A gentleman arrived here yesterday from Fort Scott, who states that all is q
News from Pike's Peak. Fort Kearney, Dec. 7. --Two coaches from Shaver City on the 3d inst., passed here this morning. Henckley's express messenger has in treasure. Charley Harrison, a saloon keeper, shot James Hill dead on the 2d inst. and fled. The weather for two days has been warm, and the snow is gone, but there are indications of a storm. Building in Denver City is still being pushed ahead. Four large brick houses were completed last week, and two more were commenced.
The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1860., [Electronic resource], Horrible Affray--a mother killed by her Son. (search)
The Kansas Troubles. Leavenworth, Dec. 7. --Advices from Fort Scott to the 3d inst. are to hand. The Federal troops were acting as a posse comitatus to the United States Marshal, and had arrested seven persons for being engaged in the late murders. No resistance was offered. The troops would move to Mound City on the 4th ult.