Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: August 5, 1862., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Magoffin or search for Magoffin in all documents.

Your search returned 3 results in 1 document section:

t the vicinity. He, with two others, went about two miles below the city, when he determined to come back and give himself up. Among those who escaped is Col. Magoffin, who has been confined in a cell, having been sentenced to death for breaking his parole. It is supposed that, with outside assistance, the lock on the door oeading to the yard. He had to pass a sentinel in going toward the sinks, but the prisoners always pass without hindrance, and the sentinel, not knowing but what Magoffin was safely locked in his cell, doubtless supposed he was one of the privileged ones, and for that reason did not stop him. Arrival of deserters. Two caate guerrillas on that day, under Col. Guano, two Federal lieutenants being killed in the action. It was occupied two hours after by a large Federal force. Governor Magoffin has called the Legislature together to consider Lincoln's emancipation proclamation.--The Mt. Sterling (Ky.) Express has been suppressed for favoring rebelli