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The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1863., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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Island" and "Agnes of Sorrento," the scene of the first being in New England and the last in Italy. The critics pronounce them inferior, and bid her stick to the "nigger" if she wants to keep alive her popularity. The posthumous publications of Major Theodore Winthrop, who was killed at the battle of Great Bethel, "Cecil Dreeme" and "John Brent, " are noticed in the Northern papers. Among the other popular novels are "Chronicles of Carlingford," by Mrs. Oliphant; "The Prodigal Son," by Dalton Cook; "Abel Drake's Wife," by John Saunders; "C Wrong be Right?" by Mrs. S. C. Hall; "Marietta," by Anthony Trollope; and "Barren Honors," by the author of "Guy Livingstone." In "All the Year Round" Wilkie Collins is publishing a mysterious story entitled "No Name." Ainsworth is writing a serial called "Cardinal Pole," for Bentley's Miscellany, and the authoress of "Adam Bede" another; "Romala," for the Cornhill Magazine. Buliver is contributing some miscellanea for Blackwood, under the
in language rather strong, that he would not have the short term, and kept up his protest until he was so entirely exhausted that he had to retire and go to bed at a private house before the hour for the caucus had arrived. The friends of Gen. Cook--the most prominent candidate for the short term — were taken entirely by surprise by the of presenting Wall as his competition. Gen. Cook is the Chief Engineer of the Camden and Amboy Railroad, and is personally a gentleman of no inconsideraGen. Cook is the Chief Engineer of the Camden and Amboy Railroad, and is personally a gentleman of no inconsiderable popularity in this State. Had he not been considered a little too much of a war Democrat, he would probably have received the nomination for the short term unanimously. They have a new name here for those Democrats who are still inclined to be a little merciful to Mr. Lincoln's Administration, which is "Mulatto Democrats." This decided hit originated with Mr. Lilly, of Lambertsville, late United States Consul to Calcutta. But there are not probably half a dozen Democrats of that comp
Negroes for Hire. --A good Cook, Washer, and Ironer, without encumbrance, about 33 years of age, and healthy, and of good character. She can be seen at my office No. 8 Wall st. ja24 — 3t Thos J Bagby
The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], Prentice's idea of "a patriotic Letter." (search)
For Hire. --A good Cook, Washer, and Ironer, just from the country; a Seamstress that washes and irons well; a Girl that is a good Nurse. Also, several Laborers — Apply to Alfred L. Holladay ja24 — 2
For Sale. --To remain in or near the city, a Negro Woman, about twenty eight years old, with two children, one six years old, the other an infant. The Woman is a good Washer and Ironer and plain Cook, and good house cleaner, and is of good character. Apply at Cocke & Cottrel's on the Basin between 8th and 9th streets, from 11 A. M. to 1 P. M. J. F. Cottrell. ja 17--3t*