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The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1865., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Personal. --Among the arrivals in Richmond yesterday were, at the Exchange, Jas. L. Orr, S. C.; John Critcher, Westmoreland; John G. Boyd, Clarksville; E. D. Fenner, N. O.; Capt. Geo. N. Hollins, C. S. Navy; P. B. Parker, Norfolk; N. B. Lane, Ala.; W. H. Gwin, Vicksburg; J. B. McGardner, Md.; P. H. Hall, Texas; S. W. Allen, Caroline; S. A. Richardson, Staunton; Briscoe G. Baldwin, do.; Dr. Wm. Meredith, Louisiana. At the Spotswood House--Capt. Wm. H. Cook, Wm. Gibboney, Wytheville; Stephen Neale, Md.; Chapman J. Leigh, Va.; Wilkins Bruce, Halifax, &c; L. P. Payne, Balt.; W. B. Collins, Portsmouth; Rev. J. Grammer, Halifax; W. Brantley, Ala.; John M. Taylor, La., and others.
past three months with horses. He is now in jail in this place, and we hope will get his deserts.--Chronicle. The evening trains on the Orange railroad have been discontinued. Danville. The Danville Lycenm met last Friday night. There was a large attendance. The labor question was under discussion. Besides the regular members who spoke, the audience was addressed by Messrs. W. T. Sutherlin, George W. Read, S. S. Bryant and Colonel R. E. Withers.-- Danville Times. Mr. Wilkins Bruce has paid thirty thousand dollars in gold for a tract of land near Danville. Mr. William Mosely has been selected as Judge of the Freedmen's Court at Danville. Lynchburg. Governor Johnson, of Georgia, arrived in Lynchburg on Tuesday morning, by the Orange and Alexandria railroad. Next morning he went westward on the Virginia and Tennessee road. The remains of the late Doctor A. Russell Meem have been brought from their place of temporary interment, at Harrisonburg, t