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The Daily Dispatch: November 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ngan islands. The North Briton sailed from Montreal on the 2d inst., and on the morning of the 5th, at 1 o'clock, she struck on Paraquet Island during a gale, the weather being very thick at the time. The following is a list of the passengers on board of her at the time of her departure: From Quebec--Hon. P. M. Vankoughnet and lady, Major Fielding, Sixtieth rifles, and lady; Felix Morgan, lady and child; Felix Briard, Ralph Jones, M. Cone, John P. Strickland, A W. Duncan, Frederick Clark, W. H. Carvill. From Montreal Dr. Woods, Thos Dawson, Mr. Robinson, W. G. Idler. From Kingston.--Captain Rayley. From Toronto--E. J. Smith, C. Jarvis, Eighty-seventh regiment; Mr. Price, Miss E. Price, Miss Allan, Captain Lamerte and lady, P. Pelham, John Smith. From Hamilton--Sir. A. McNab and lady, and man servant and ninety- eight steerage passengers. The third officer of the steamship North Briton has arrived at Farther Point, in a schooner. He reports tha
at Chancellorsville, to be chiefly attributed to the feeling of Know. Nothingism, "which prevails to a great extent in both Northern and Southern States. Ex-Governor Mouton, of La., has been arrested on his plantation and carried to New Orleans. Beast Butler was present at the anniversary of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery, in Boston, on the 1st. He said Louisiana was the first State to furnish negro troops, and would be the first to return to the Union. The body of Frederick Clark, a native on Burlington, N. J., and a Confederate soldier, washed ashore at Fortress Monroe on the 29th ult. There was a discharge from a Georgia regiment in the clothing. The body floated ashore within a hundred yards of the office where a cousin of the deceased was employed. The workingmen's strikes in New York still occupy more or less of public attention.--The journeymen bakers marched through the streets Monday morning, to the number of several hundred, with banners, on which