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The Daily Dispatch: April 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. (search)
oppage of the regular trains. I learn that the damage done at City Point is in course of rapid repair, and the business on that road will go on without interruption. The weather to-day is in striking contrast with what has been visited upon us for the past week; the temperature is as mild as could be wished, the sky as clear as the eye of beauty, and the atmosphere is purity itself. Everything and everybody look as smiling and cheerful as though there was not a care to rest its burden upon them. The ladies, for whose beauty Petersburg is justly celebrated, appeared upon the street, in throngs, and for their asks, if for nothing else, the clerk of the weather should gallantly continue his kindness. A. F. Critchfield, Esq., of the Daily Express, is at present on a visit to New York, on business connected with his paper. The circulation of the Express has increased so rapidly in the last few months, is to reader the purchase of an additional press necessary Moncour.