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The Daily Dispatch: October 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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fe, sister and 2 children, S. Heller, E. J. Allen, Wm. B. Robinson, J. Dixon, Garrett Brown, H. Banta, B. Roane, J. Roane, J. Allison Eyster, David B. Turner, Jno. Gaynor and wife. H. Kelley, Henry S. Kupp, Miss F. A. Wright, Miss E. Jameson, Rev P. A. Johnson, wife and family, F. Clark and family, Wm. Maloy, Charles Maloy, Silas Vanorden, George Kimball, Miss Fostina Wright, George Toland, R. Thomas, Leander Manks, Philip Fitsimmons, Jenny Taylor, Mrs Ann Henry and 7 children, Patrick Henry, John Burke, Thomas Collins, John Neary. David Wakeman, wife and 4 children, Lucinda Aber, Hiram J. Aber and wife, Wm. Moseley, wife and 4 children. Rev. P. A. Johnson, named in the above list, is an Episcopal clergyman. He applied for a passport to go to his parish in North Carolina, by way of Petersburg; but on learning how easy a thing it was for alien enemies to get out of the country, destroyed the one which he had