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The Daily Dispatch: April 5, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Richmond Female Institute. (search)
Rome in Ashes. --A destructive fire occurred at home, Smith county, Tenn., on Monday, destroying nearly every house in the town.--Some twenty-five houses were destroyed, among which ten or twelve of the number belonged to Dr. John McCall. There was insurance to the amount of $5,600 on the property destroyed, divided between the Commercial Insurance Company of Nashville, and the Ætna Insurance Company.
The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], The siege and
fall of Vicksburg. (search)
Prison Record. --Yesterday morning another instalment of those captured at Fredericksburg were received at the Libby Prison. In addition, twenty from Wytheville, captured in the late raid on that town, and one or two squads recently captured at Flint Hid, in Rappahannock county. At Castle Thunder, James Henry, a began Captain, was committed on the charge of obtaining money under false pretences. J. Capan, for leaving the Confederacy without a passport; George A. McGreen, of the Maryland Battalion, a suspicious character; and John McCall, a Union man from North Carolina, were also provided with accommodations at the Castle.