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The Daily Dispatch: July 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Mr. Ten Broeck has won £2,000 in a match between his American colt Umpire and a horse named Tom Bowline. Tom Bowline had previously beaten the winner of the last Derby. An old quarrel between Anderson Davenport and Col. James Critcher, of Gunterville, Ala., was ended on the 9th inst., by the death of the former in a fight with the latter. Elizabeth Anderson and Elizabeth Thompson, two courtesans, have been arrested at Fairmont, Va., for placing obstructions on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad track. The barn of John Churchman, in Augusta co., Va., with a carriage, agricultural implements, &c., was burnt on the 14th inst., loss $7,000. Daniel Coyne, a native of New York, is said to be the wealthiest merchant of Athens, Greece, having accumulated a fortune of $6,000,000. Willenghby H. Stallings, residing near Warrenton, N. C., was killed on the 12th inst., by the accidental explosion of a pistol he was handling. Blondin is going to give up rope-walki
From the Northwest. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Monterey, Va., July 20, 1861. So many reports have gone forth about the killed and prisoners of Gen. Garnett's command, that I deem it a duty to send you the names of the men who were killed or taken prisoners in our regiment, (Jackson's) If come one in each regiment would do the same, it would relieve a great deal of anxiety which is being felt by persons having friends or relatives in the army. Staff Officers.--A. C. L. Gatewood, Lewis M. Thomas. Privates.--Charles Williams, Wm. Alexander, James Critcher, M. A. Winston, Jno. Walker, James Andrus. A. [We regard the suggestion of our correspondent as excellent, and hope it will be complied with. --Eds. Dis.]