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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Arrivals from Kentucky. Two ladies--one of them the wife of Judge Moore, of the Confederate Congress, and the other the wife of Mr. Southall, of the Purcell battery--arrived in this city on Sunday afternoon by the Central train. They left their homes in Mt. Sterling, Ky., on the 9th of July, and traveled alone from that point to Richmond. Their route was through Pitsburg and Harrisburg, Pa., to Baltimore, where they remained for nearly two weeks. Whilst there they made several ineffectual efforts to obtain passports for Staunton, which were positively refused them by Gen. Wool. Finding that it was impossible to obtain Federal permission to reach the Confederate lines, they determined to visit Winchester, in the hope that its early evacuation by the enemy, or recapture by our forces, would enable them to reach their point of destination, without the necessity of again applying for passes to the agents of the Lincoln tyranny. Winchester being within the lines of the enemy, they