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The Daily Dispatch: March 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ill-rewarded labor. (search)
The Prince of Wales' revenue from the Duchy of Cornwall will, for the last year, be about $225,000, an increase from the previous one of over $20,000. Waldo P. Johnson, the new U. S. Senator from Missouri, is a native of Harrison county, Va., and a nephew, not a son, of Ex-Governor Jos. Johnson. Professor Beverly R. Waugh, son of the late Bishop Waugh, died at Harrisburg, Pa., on Sunday night. Mr. Keene Richards, of Kentucky, sold, a few days ago, his splendid filly "Bettie Ward," to Mr. Folay, of Louisiana, for $6,000. Anderson, the fugitive slave, is in Montreal. He is to go to England on the opening of navigation. Howard, one of the clowns at the English Circus in Constantinople, was murdered in a street disturbance a short time since. The volunteer rifle corps of England now numbers 140,000 men.
The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], The jail hospital. (search)