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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1861., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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re of the same stripe, intending to make them take the same oath also. How the secessionists took Grafton. Mr. Fred. Duval and Mr. Joseph Fulton, engineers on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, arrived in Wheeling on Tuesday. They left thatween Mannington and Farmington. When the secessionists marched in and commenced taking control of things, they ordered Mr. Duval to remove an engine which was in the way, and in order to do so, it was necessary to get up steam. This Duval proceedeDuval proceeded to do, and after removing it, to the place requested, got it upon the main track, with its head towards Newburg, eighteen miles distant, and before the secessionists know what they were doing, Mr. Duval, Mr. Fulton and others mounted the iron-horsMr. Duval, Mr. Fulton and others mounted the iron-horse, and started with the speed of a fast passenger locomotive towards Newburg. Leaving that place they went to Morgantown, from Morgantown to Uniontown, Pa., and thence to Pittsburg, and down the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad to Wheeling. [H