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The Daily Dispatch: March 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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; and the other cities and towns containing a population of two thousand, and the towns of Leesburg, Lewisburg, and Warrenton, to double the amount of State tax assessed in any one year on the real and personal property of such cities and towns.] Bill incorporating the Savings Bank for small earnings in the city of Richmond. Bill amending an act incorporating the Thorn Rose Cemetery, at Staunton Bill releasing a lien to the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company Bill for the relief of Robertson Cook, of Wyoming county. Bill paying to John Kelley, surviving partner of Kelly & Largny, the amount of a judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond against the Board of Public Works. Bill incorporating the Fredericksburg Insurance Company. Bill for the relief of Archibald M. Drew, of Prince Edward. Bill amending the charter of the town of Union, in Monroe county. Bill incorporating the Victoria Mining and Manufacturing Company, of Louise. The hour of 8 o'clock having arr
ets were shot by some mysterious agency, and report stated, in camp, that a tall, heavy man, with flowing beard, mounted on an immense black stallion, fleet as the wind, was several times detected in the act of retreating. Shot after shot was fired after him, but he seemed to bear a charmed life. We lost sight of him until just before we left Cairo, when he appeared one night suddenly and shot two of our pickets. Again he appeared at Bacon creek, Ky., and burnt the railroad bridge under M' Cook's nose, shot one of his pickets, and rode off before the army had recovered from its surprise. You remember his bold attack upon our lines on Saturday, the 8th of March in Mitchell's division, and again on Sunday morning, at daylight, upon McCook's camp, on the Franklin pike. The very same Sunday, this Morgan, disguised as a countryman, and dressed in butternut-colored clothes, obtained a pass from Gen. Mitchell, who did not know him, and had the audacity to directing. City Hotel in c