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Maryland Refugees. --A number of Baltimorean have recently arrived in this city by is very circuitous and dangerous route, occupying two weeks in the accomplishment of the journey. They had been marked by the Federals as men who sympathized with the Southern movement, and but for their timely escape would doubtless have been arrested are this. The party consists of John F. C. Offutt. J. Pierson Wight, S. D. Fletcher, Capt. Timothy Webster. Wm. Cooper, James Cooper, Anthony P. Ross, Joseph Lowenbach, Lewis Lowubach, Lew is Smith, Capt. Joseph Scott, and James Ford. Two of the number, Messrs. Offait and Fletcher, belonged to Marshal Kane's police, every member of which is regarded with suspicion by Lincoln's Government Several of the party have families in Baltimore.
Americans on Paris.--Mrs. Anna Cora Ritchie and Mrs. General Scott. --A Paris correspondent of the London Star, writing under date of September 28. communicates the following: Among the Northerners now in Paris is the wife of Lieutenant General Scott. She had a very narrow escape of being among the passengers in the Great Eastern, when that steamer met with its latest and most serious
was actually taken, and she was on the eve of setting out, when an American gentleman, whom General Scott had requested to come all the way from New York to be her escort over the Atlantic, arrived e was obliged to defer her voyage for a few days, and has not since been able to leave Paris.
Mrs. Scott is in a very delicate state of health, and quite a martyr to nervousness.
She is not able to only one who has taken up arms in defence of the Federation.
Close to the house in which Mrs. Scott is staying lives another American lady, of some celebrity in her country--Mrs. Ritchie, who is
The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1865., [Electronic resource],
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Court of Conciliation. --The following cases occupied the attention of this Court yesterday: Daniel Hunt, vs. S. B. Sloat. The Court heard the argument of counsel, and deferred judgment until to-day. R. T. Daniel for plaintiff, and J. H. Gilmer for defendant. Frederick Cullman and wife vs. Joseph Scott. Evidence partly heard and case deferred until to-day. Hector & Brother vs. P. Levy. In this case Mr. James Lyons occupied the attention of the court until the time of adjournment.