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The Daily Dispatch: September 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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n common spies for their Government. Gen. W. had spent the summer in Canada, with his niece, Mrs. Atwood, who accompanied him, and had determined to return to the United States. In his statement heth the intention of coming direct to New York; but was detained in Montreal by the illness of Mrs. Atwood's little daughter until the 30th of that month. On that day we left Montreal, and the next eorities: George W. Williamson, accompanied by a woman, represented to be his niece, named Ann Atwood. They have been sojourning some time here, and purpose leaving Quebec on or about the 20th Fee formerly resided at Baltimore, Maryland. He intends remaining a few days in New York city. Ann Atwood expects to go to Richmond by the way of Fredericksburg, Virginia. She has a daughter about ei, but has a gray moustache; stoops and has a hobbling gait, and plausible in his manners. Ann Atwood is above the usual height for a woman, broad, foreign face, high cheek bones, diminutive nose,