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The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Short crops in
Now mark how this wicked lie is exploded in each and every particular! Dr. Isaac Branch, one of the most respectable citizens of Abbeville, writes to the New York Herald concerning the above letter, as follows: "This article is supremely ridiculous, and is nothing but a tissue of falsehoods from beginning to end. "It is a lie, in the first place, because we have never had a Judge Robert Lyon at Abbeville Court-House, in Abbeville district, nor in the State of South Carolin
adieu to our Northern neighbors.
"As I am personally known to fifty, perhaps one hundred New York merchants, I will subscribe my own name to this article.
"Isaac Branch, M. D."
We learn from Col. H. C. Cabell, of this city, that Dr. Branch is a gentleman of high respectability, and in addition that he, Col. Cabell, has recently visited Abbeville, and that business is better there than here, and preparations more active for the crops than usual.
Since his return, Col. Cabell has
The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Heavy failure (search)
Arrival of nurses. --We understand that Dr. Isaac Branch and lady, Mrs. Dr. Turner and J. M. Latimer, from South Carolina, arrived in our city yesterday morning, as voluntary nurses for the sick and wounded at Manassas and Culpeper Court-House. They bring with them about 59 boxes of supplies for hospital use.