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The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1860., [Electronic resource], The
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The Burch divorce case --A Scene in Court. The correspondent of the Chicago Journal thus gives an interesting scene in the Burch divorce case: When the court came into session, the little
ing Mrs. B.) made his appearance before the call of the jury, and carelessly took a chair near Mrs. Burch's customary place, with his back to the stairs.
The fact soon became known that he was present, and he was at once the centre of all eyes.
In a few moments Mrs. Burch, accompanied, as usual, by her mother, Mrs. Turner, and Mr. Corning, came into the court-room.
Every eye in the audience was uilt.
Mr. Stuart arose from his seat and politely made way for the party to pass, and as Mrs. Burch passed him amid a trying stillness, she gracefully bowed to him. He acknowledged the favor as easily as if he were paying the morning compliment, and Mrs. Burch passed to her seat with as little confusion and embarrassment as though she had saluted a casual acquaintance upon the promenade, and
The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1860., [Electronic resource], Congressional debate,