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The Daily Dispatch: March 9, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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hree millions. One man purchased eight houses on Eighth Avenue, between 31st and 32d streets, (formerly known as the workshops of the Asylum for the Blind) paying therefore $176,000. He was offered for his bargain $5,000 in about an hour there after, but it was refused. It is stated that the notorious George Saunders was actually in New York about a fortnight previous to his departure for Europe from Halifax; also, that he was the guest of a well known citizen on Murray Hill. Mrs Huldale Allen M. D., lectured to ladies only, in the basement of Dr. Chapin's church on Tuesday afternoon. Subject: "The Digestive Apparatus." A Yankee account of Richmond. Captain T. Brant Swearinger, who was captured by our troops at Fredericksburg, and has been exchanged, has returned home, and furnishes his fellow "nutmegs" with an account of what he says He says he was very kindly treated, and adds: The Union prisoners generally in the hospitals in Richmond are well cared for by