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The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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d Mexico will be satisfactorily arranged. Anderson, the fugitive slave, whose case created some excitement in Canada, has arrived in England. Prince Frederick of Prussia and the Princess Royal will visit England with their baby in the course of the next month. Hon. Geo M. Dallas, of Philadelphia, declines to be a candidate for the Washington Congress. Gen. McClelland and staff, left Cincinnati on the 20th inst., to take command of the Hessian army in Western Virginia. Capt. George Gilbert, aged 83, died in Pittsylvania county, Va., on the 12th inst., and his wife died the following day. Col. Hardee, it is said, has been ordered to Memphis. In New York, on Thursday last, Virginia 6's sold at 39┬ża40. "Secession Masked Batteries" have become the terror of the Northern invaders. In Jamaica, fifteen hundred acres have been planted with cotton as an experiment. An Enfield rifle ball makes 200 revolutions per second after leaving the barrel.
Accident. --Between 8 and 9 o'clock yesterday morning, a youth, named George Gilbert, while firing Christmas salutes with a pistol near the corner of Clay and Adams streets, was severely wounded in his right hand and face by its explosion. A physician was sent for afterwards, who found it necessary to amputate one of the little fellow's fingers. The accident was the result of over-charging the weapon.