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The Daily Dispatch: June 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], Yankee History in Southern papers. (search)
Bradish Johnson, a New Orleans planter, has got a judgment of $4,530 against Gen. Neal Dow, for sugar, plate and other articles taken from his plantation without "military necessity." "I don't so much care about the buge," said Mr. Wormley to the head of a genteel family, in which he resides, "but the fact is, I got the blood to spare; you see that yourself." The sentence of the Court Martial in the case of William T. Waller, convicted as a spy, has been approved, and he is ordered to be hung. Nine of the eleven cotton mills and the three print works at Fall River, Mass, have stopped running. The members of the New York police force have contributed $323 for purchasing lemons for the sick soldiers in Washington. The Boston hotels will on Monday next raise their charge to $3 per day for transient patrons. The New York Aldermen have voted an apparition of $10,000 to celebrate the 4th of July.