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Drowned in a well. --The Fredericksburg Herald, of the 14th instant, says that Thomas Rhodes, of Orange county, was drowned in a well on his premises one day last week. A negro who was at had refused to let his master enter the well, holding him by the coat, but Rhodes assuring the negro that he only meant to fix a few loose rocks, was released, when he made the fearful leap. the deceased was well known as the proprietor of a tavern, on the Plank Road, some ten or twelve miles from Orange Court-House.
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], George N. Sanders to the Democracy of the Northwest Fragment of the late United States. (search)
.] Norfolk, Jan. 16. --From late Northern papers received here I send the following lists of New: The retirement of Cameron from the Federal Cabinet is an exciting topic in Washington. It gives satisfaction to those that support the Government who have considered him an encumbrance to the President. The Herald, of the 15th, says he has accepted a mission to St. Petersburg. B. M. Stanton, Pennsylvanians, has been appointed Secretary of War. In the U. S. Senate, on the 14th inst., a communication was received from the President transmitting a copy of the instructions received by Chevalier Hulceman, of the Austrian Government, on the Trent affair.--Also, Seward's reply. Austria coincides with the English demands. In the House, a bill was passed abolishing the franking privilege. The official report of the Prestonsburg fight claims a Federal victory, and says that the battle began at 8 o'clock, and ended at 1 All the forces were engaged. It says Marsha