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The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1860., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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airo officer was on board, with a Louisianian, under arrest, whom he was taking to Illinois. The prisoner was named Alexander Norton, of the firm of Norton & Macauley, who had been arrested under a requisition from the Governor of Illinois. A crowdNorton & Macauley, who had been arrested under a requisition from the Governor of Illinois. A crowd assembled on the wharf-boat, marched on board the steamer, released Mr. Norton and took him ashore Mr. Reardan, the officer, by the intercession of Mr. J. B. Butler, suffered no violence, but was allowed to take the cars for his home. The crime of Mr. Norton and took him ashore Mr. Reardan, the officer, by the intercession of Mr. J. B. Butler, suffered no violence, but was allowed to take the cars for his home. The crime of Mr. Norton we do not know, but we believe the motive of his rescue was intended as retaliatory to the North. A Mistake. The Petersburg Express of yesterday has the following: Daybreak, yesterday morning, disclosed to the view a SecessiMr. Norton we do not know, but we believe the motive of his rescue was intended as retaliatory to the North. A Mistake. The Petersburg Express of yesterday has the following: Daybreak, yesterday morning, disclosed to the view a Secession flag waving in the breeze from the top of the majestic Bell and Everett pole, at the corner of Third and Bolingbrook streets. About half past 8 a committee of Whigs proceeded to the pole, and without much ceremony pulled down the blue bunting, and