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The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Ky., reports all quiet, and that the pickets of both armies have resumed their old positions. The rebels in Wayne county, in the south western part of the State, are estimated to be from six to eight thousand strong, with gram's headquarters at Monticello, the northern part of the county. All going on well. Washington, May 27 --Midnight.--The latest official intelligence from Vicksburg is up to 4 o'clock on Sunday morning, when all was represented as going on well. Some of Mosby's guerillas fired on one of our pickets last night and killed one man. [How could he have killed more] From this the Secesh here have magnified an immense raid led by Lee and Stuart. It is thought that the repeated rebel boasts of an invasion of the North are intended to cover some movement being made or to occur, to make us keep a large force along the border and in Washington unemployed. The riot at Harrisburg, it seems, was some quarrel between a negro and some soldiers about pa
Woman shot. --A mulatto woman named Sallie Mosby was shot through the left breast and dangerously wounded yesterday, by a man named Dickinson, in a house in the vicinity of the bridge east of the Lancastrian school-house, on Poplar street. It appears that Dickinson and the female in question had been intimate, but had lately separated. She, instigated by jealousy, visited his lodgings, when a disturbance ensued, ending as above.