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The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 3, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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and the eggs also, and they devoured them with as much zest as if they had been fresh made.--Not a gobble has been heard in Jefferson county these many days. All the roosters have ceased to crow and have buried their beats in the dust, and the voice that was once heard in the barn-yard is utterly dfc Can't some hen-pecked poet in Jefferson write an elegy on the lay of the last old hen ? It is a befitting subject just now in that locality. Berkeley county, Va. It is stated that this county is nearly or quite relieved of Lincoln's a vermin. A few thieving camp followers of the lowest order remain in Martinsburg, encouraged and aided in their outrages by the Lincolnites of Berkley. Several Secessionists of the county were arrested and taken off by Patterson as prisoners — amongst them Wm. D. North, Esq. who promptly refused to take an oath not to make war on Lincoln & Co. Mr. N. (a son of Gen. George North, of Revolutionary fame,) is of the wrong stock to take any such oath.
Continued. --Charles Langford, one of the parties charged with assaulting and beating, with intent to rob; a soldier named George North, on Sunday night last, appeared before the Mayor on Saturday to answer for the offence; but owing to the absence of witnesses the investigation was adjourned till to-day.