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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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navy; Colin B. Mackenzie, an insurance agent, sent South by order of Gen Schenck, but since escaped in a blockade runner to Europe; George Gibson, Park street, very rich; William M. Riach, or the firm of Duvall, Make peace & Co B. H. Masill of the house of Charles A. Gambrill & Co; Wm C. Poe, son of Neilson H. Poe, and attorney at law; Wm. H. Keith hardware merchant; George Byrd, of the extensive domestic house of Wyman Byrd & Co; George Moale, of the mercantile firm of Poulthey & Moale; Hillen Sanders, son of Beverly C. Sanders, late United States Collector to the port of San Francisco; W. C. Pennington, said to be in Europe; James Carroll Sargent and H. D. G. E. Sargent, brothers, and the sons of the Rev. Thos B. Sargent. Methodist Episcopal Church; Henry A. Didier, insurance agent; Richard Chenowith, Sergeant of the Western Police Station; Miltin Coulter, clerk of the Merchants' Bank; John A. Whitridge, of the firm of Gildersleve, Whitridge & Co, and Harry Gilmour, now in the rebel