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The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], Cultivation of sugar cane in Philadelphia. (search)
r-in-Chief to recognize him, while living, as a Pennsylvania soldier, and impels him now, that he is dead, to bear the public testimony to his gallantry and worth. By command of [Signed] Gov. Curtin. " Serious accident from a bombshell. The Port Tobacco (Md.) Times, Oct. 24, contains the following notice of an accident which occurred near that place: Just as we are going to press, we learn that on Tuesday last, while some of the soldiers attached to the regiment stationed at Budd's ferry were examining a bombshell which had been thrown across the river by the Confederate battery on the opposite side, an explosion took place, caused by efforts to get out the powder. The damage was, we learn, considerable; some nine or ten men were wounded, one of whom has since died, and two others likely to die. The tents and surroundings, it is said, were pretty much demolished. The Confederate battery must have very heavy guns, as some of the shells and solid shot have been found