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The Daily Dispatch: May 2, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Manchester. --An election of Trustees for the town of Manchester was held on the 27th of April, the following gentlemen being chosen to fill the position, viz: John H. Hatcher, C. C. McRae, Claiborn Burnett, P. D. McKinney, Wm, H. Garnett, Emmett W Weisiger, and James Batler. Considerable excitement prevailed on the subject of the election, and the friends of the respective candidates labored vigorously for their election. Despite the war this ancient town has improved considerably within the past two years. It has sent several companies to the field who have done good service. Lately arrangements have been made to build a paper mill, the foundation of which has already been commenced. The whole building is experted to be ready by the 1st of July. It will be created on the cauri, west of the cotton factory. Manchester, which was founded long prior to the Revolution, was settled by Scotch emigrants and as long ago as 1680 a paper used to be published there. Probably at come