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The Daily Dispatch: July 31, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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t New Albany, Ind. The ill-feeling between the whites and blacks which has lately been exhibited at Toledo, Columbus, and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Chicago, Illinois, has also begun to ripen in Indiana. We find the following in the Louisville papers of Wednesday: An affray occurred in New Albany, Ind., on Monday between a party of white men and some negroes, in which John Locke was killed and Charles Lansford was wounded in the leg. Both were white boys. Four notorious negroes, named Johnson, Simms, Pell, and Price, were arrested, charged with being connected with the shooting. A good deal of excitement existed in New Albany on Tuesday, which grew out of the affair, and two or three innocent negroes were assaulted on the street by white men. It was rumored that an attack would be made on Tuesday night on a settlement of negroes about a mile back of the city, called West Union or Dogtown, and unless prevented, the only result would be a fearful story of death. We sincerel
Pay Cadet appointments. Virginia Military Institute, July, 1862. Below we append a list of the pay Cadet appointments of the Virginia Military Institute: --Jones, Bedford county, Va; Silas Jones, 31st Virginia regiment; Sam M Wilson, Virginia; Bathurst L Smith, Richmond, Va; Wesley P Gregg, Petersburg; Wingfield Griffin, Salem, Roanoke county, Va; N Turrian Walton, Richmond, Va; James W Johnson, Petersburg; George K Macon, Hanover; John A McNeal, Monterey; Wm Gordon, Nelson county, Va; John T. Riddick, Nansemond county Va; M J Ezekiel, Richmond, Va; Robt E Nelson, Fluvanna county, Va; E Harvie Smith, Richmond, Va; Wm Hodgson, Fluvanna county;--Spiller, Wythe county, Va; George Logan, Goochland county, Va; John Logan, do; Hugh W Fry, Richmond; James Goods, company K, 11th Georgia regiment; Wm Pendleton, 3d Louisiana battalion; A C Wood, Albemarle country, Va; Wm G Bennett, Lewis county, Va; John J Coleman, Louisa co, Va; Clarence Coleman, do; Alfred Marshall, Richmond; F