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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 25, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Any way, I'm goin' to nuss her for a spell. " "I declare I do wish you was goin' along," said the old lady in a wistful voice. "I'm kind o' hampered with these bundles and things.--But my trunk was packed, and I thought maybe l'd have to stop quite a while in York, and this pongee I'm in isn't very much to look at, so I put up my best black silk gown, and two trilled caps, and some handkerchiefs, so 't I needn't appear otherwise than conformable to city folks's ways, and then I knew James Greene (that's John's brother, lestways his step-brother) was extreme fond of Rox bury russets, so I concluded to take along a few; they have kept over so well — why, it's June the tenth to-day --and I couldn't go without my umberell no way, if it should come on to rain; and then I had the fennel so 'st if I should be sick to my stomach a riding in the cars, it's very warning--" "Manchester!" interposed the conductor, and Mrs. Packard bundled out of the cars with a rapid farewell to her tra
The Traitor Rucker. This individual, whose infamy has gained him some share of the public attention for the past year, was taken from the jail of Bedford county on Wednesday last to the county of Botetourt, where he will be placed upon trial for his numerous offences before the Circuit Court of that county, now in session. The probabilities of his conviction are said to be very strong. It will be recollected that Dr. James Greene, of Danville, is held in close confinement at Fort Norfolk as a hostage for Rucker, Dr. G. is a quiet and inoffensive gentleman, whilst Rucker is a scoundrel of the deepest dye, whose desperate fortune has led him to commit every species of crime from bridge burning to murder.