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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 18, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Arrived. --D. C. Dejarnette, Va.; Wm. T. Early, Albemarle; L. W. Spratt, correspondent of the Charleston Mercury; Wm. H. Irvin, Alexandria, and others, arrived in this city yesterday.
The enemy, at Newbern, North Carolina, has refused permission for Dr. O. A. White to pass through the lines in order to give his medical services to the Confederate sufferers by yellow fever at that paint. The barn of Captain William T. Early, in Albemarle county, Virginia, with its contents, was consumed by fire on the 10th instant. The entire loss is estimated at $20,000. The printers of New Jersey boast that there is not a single printer in the State prison of the State, and but one in the Legislature. The next annual session of the North Carolina Methodist Episcopal Conference will meet at Mocksville, Davie county, on the 7th of December. The Wadesboro' (North Carolina) Argus urges the name of Hon. Thomas S. Ashe for the Senatorship from that State. Mr. Johnson, of Marengo county, Alabama, has manufactured some fifty barrels of castor all this season. The number of graves in the Yankee National Cemetery at Chattanooga already number six thousan