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The Daily Dispatch: August 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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o Albany, Long Island, Staten Island, and even portions of Connecticut, have appreciated in value; lands, houses and all they contain, being three times their former price, so will it be in the whole country in the neighborhood of Norfolk. There is a place on the Hudson river about eighteen miles from New York, which, thirty years ago, had about two hundred inhabitants, and where the land could have been got for next to nothing, which is now a beautiful country resort, and the lots bring city prices. This place has no such natural advantages as our dear old Virginia Hampton, but which — mark the prediction — will one day become one of the most beautiful and attractive towns in the South. This is poor consolation for the present loss; but no loss is complete which leaves us hope, and that remains and inspires us with the assurance that, though the afflictions of our seaboard were as great as those of the patriarch Job, their latter days, like his, will be better than the beginnin
Appointment of a Surgeon. We are pleased to learn that Dr. Wm. R. Vaughan, an accomplished physician of Hampton, and a gallant volunteer officer of Gen. Magruder's command, has received the appointment of Surgeon in the Confederate. Army.