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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ed inhabitants of these cities and vicinity, offered their professional advice and assistance, free of charge, to aid such persons in recovering compensation for the damages inflicted upon them by riotors. --Corinth, Miss., was occupied by the advance of the National forces under the command of General Hurlbut. General Richardson, the notorious guerrilla, returned to his former field of operations in the neighborhood of Hickory, Wythe, Galloway's Station and Belmont, in the counties of Tipton, Shelby, and Fayette, Tenn. Richardson had a force of about two hundred men. These were, like himself, destitute of all principle save that of self-interest. Richardson was aided by the Rev. Captain Burrow and Captain Murray. One thing very remarkable was, that each of these men once laid claim to sanctimoniousness. Richardson was once a great exhorter among the Methodist friends in Memphis. Burrow was a minister of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, while Murray was a very sanctimonious
e, will receive the early attention of Congress. We have heretofore published a list of the patents issued in the year 1861, and now append a list of those granted during the month of January, 1862. The large hall in the third story of the "Mechanics' Institute" building has been fitted up with cabinets for the exhibition of models, which are free to inspection by all who desire to see them: Carl Laguiguist, of Macon, Ga., for an improved breech-loading gun. Jas. Peete, or Tipton, Tenn., for improved cotton tie. Jacob B. and Wm. L. Platt, of Augusta, Ga., for improved camp cots. J. Nichols and J. Bennett, assignors to themselves and Frank Smith, of Memphis, Tenn., for improved submarine batteries. R. P. Moore and Nathaniel Thompson, of Talbot, Ga., for improvement in mosquito and fly-brush machine. A. P. Routt, of Somerset, Va., for improvement in seed planters. John B. Wants, of Memphis, Tenn., for improved method of making cloth waterproof.