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The Daily Dispatch: October 25, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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e should be made for the same purpose. Four cannon, belonging to Mosby's horse artillery, were captured by a detachment of Federal troops near Rectortown last week. Several of the artillerymen were also captured — among them Morgan and Americus Davis; one of them lately a clerk in an apothecary store in this place. Americus was sent to the Old Capitol and Morgan is to be used on the railroad trains. Sheridan's official Dispatch. Sheridan has written another official dispatch, enlntion at Chicago adjourned without making any nominations. Gold was quoted in New York, Friday, at two hundred and eight and three-quarters. Colonel Charles E. Phelps has been nominated in Maryland for Congress, in place of Henry Winter Davis. The brigantine Mathilde has arrived at Halifax — The master reports that while on the passage from Bermuda he was ordered to behave to by a steamer which proved to be the Roanoke. Ninety-five passengers and the crew of the steamer were put
ated to him what his business was. He was told that Mr. H. J. Calisher, an Israelite merchant on Main Street, could fix matters for him, and was subsequently introduced to Calisher. Afterwards, about tea time, Calisher introduced Thomas W. McMahon to Mr. Taylor, when Calisher withdrew, leaving. Taylor and McMahon together Repairing to a private room in the Ballard House. McMahon informed Taylor that he thought he could obtain a passport for him; that he was intimately acquainted with President Davis, the Secretary of War, and that General Winder was his most intimate friend; that he had frequently participated at wire parties with several of the most distinguished officers of the Confederacy; that such parties cost him a great deal of money; and finally concluded by asking Taylor what papers he had which would facilitate him in getting a passport. Taylor threw down several letters, &c., which McMahon, after looking over, said would answer his purpose. He informed Taylor that if h