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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ale) of old England were merrily discussed We returned to shore about two o'clock, well pleased with our visit and the gentlemanly officers of the vessel; and one wish, I am sure, was unanimous--"that she may never visit our shores with any hostile intent." The funeral of the late Col. Samuel Colt. From the Hartford (Ct.) Courant, of the 15th inst., we gather the following account of the funeral ceremonies of the late Col. Samuel Colt, of revolver notoriety: The funeral of Col. Sam Colt took place on Tuesday afternoon, at his late residence on Wethersfield avenue. The time for the obsequies was fixed at three o'clock; but two hours before the appointed hour the people began to gather on the avenue in front of the house and on the grounds about it. At two o'clock there was a stream of people upon both sides of Main street tending to the place. Upon no occasion have the people of the town come out in such force as they came out yesterday to testify their respect to the m
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], The property of the late Col. Colt. (search)
The property of the late Col. Colt. --The appraisers on Col. Sam Colt's estate make the whole amount of his property on over three millions of dollars. His property in the Western States and Texas, in England, and his lead mines in South America, will probably add another million. The property of the late Col. Colt. --The appraisers on Col. Sam Colt's estate make the whole amount of his property on over three millions of dollars. His property in the Western States and Texas, in England, and his lead mines in South America, will probably add another million.