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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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On the 1st of January there were over 8,000 Americans in Paris, many of whom are permanent residents. George P Criswell recently died near Mount Vernon, Mich., of congestion of the brain, superinduced by a violent tooth-ache. Hon. Martin J. Crawford. Commissioner from the Southern Confederacy, arrived at Washington Tuesday evening. A little boy died at Hartford. Conn., on Monday, from eating the phosphorous from the ends of matches. Lincoln was burnt in effigy at Hampden Sidney College. Va., on the 4th inst., amid a "calithumpian" serenade.