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The Daily Dispatch: January 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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otton. The boat was chased by a gunboat, when the former was run ashores, and all of her crew, except two, escaped. The later was put aboard the Wabash. The officers and crews of twenty of the stone feet now sun in Charleston harbor are passengers on board the Empire City. Arrested. A telegraphic dispatch, dated Boston, December 28, says: Appleton Oakes Smith, of New York, an alleged accomplics of Skinner, who was recently convicted of fitting out the steamer Marganta Scott, in New Bedford, for a slaver, was before Judge Spragus, of the United States Court, to-day, charged with such complicity. He plead not guilty, and was required to give hail in the sum of $5,000 to appear in March for trial. Marriage of Miss Lizzie Pettit, the Authores We copy from the New York Herald the following paragraph: Miss Lizzie Pettit, so well known to New York society as an accomplished authoress and lovely woman, was married recently to Peter Y. Cutler, Esq.,