dbury & Elizabeth Bradbury who died Nov. 8, 1810 Aet 7 years
While with the spirits of the just My Saviour I adore, I smile upon my sleeping dust That now can weep no more.
Adeline, the eighth and youngest child, born September 1, 1810, was baptized September 16, 1810, and died March 17, 1857.
Caroline, the sixth child, born January 5, 1806, was baptized January 12, 1806.
The intention of marriage was recorded August 15, 1830, and on September i of that year she was married to George Chase of Newburyport.
She remained in the family home, as her husband was a sea captain.
She went with him on one voyage and perhaps more.
He died in the early 40's. She was a bright, charming woman, and passionately fond of flowers.
The garden, a beautiful spot in her parents' time, became her especial charge.
It was a labor of love that she bestowed upon it, and it smiled into abundant blooms under her faithful and tender care.
She became a member of the Massachusetts Horticultural Soci
roops for any water expedition.
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The Secretary of War and the Provost Marshal General disclaim all interference through Provost Marshals in the elections head in Kentucky, Delaware, Maryland or Missouri.
Five hundred Confederate prisoners passed through Philadelphia from Camp Morton for Fort Delaware.
The citizens of the Eastern Shore of Virginia are required to register themselves as loyal or disloyal.
Siegel commands the department of West Virginia, and has appointed Gen. Stahl his chief of cavalry.
Mr. Cisco has been appointed by Chase to sell his surplus gold.
Longstreet is alleged to be mounting his infantry.
An incursion into Kentucky is expected.
Thursday last was the day for a grand review of the Army of the Potomac by Grant.
The Canadian Ministry have resigned.
The campaign in Texas has opened vigorously.
Gen. Averill is ill at Martinsburg.
Gold was quoted in New York on the 21st inst. at 163½.