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The Daily Dispatch: November 15, 1860., [Electronic resource], Spiritualism. (search)
New Jersey. --The Newark Advertiser claims that one Republican Elector is chosen in that State, and perhaps four. At Leavenworth, K. T., on the reception of the news of Lincoln's election, the streets were illuminated, salutes fired, and the "Wide Awakes" paraded with full ranks. Walter F. Leake, of Richmond, delivered the annual address before the Agricultural Society of Cumberland, N. C., on 13th inst. The reward of $1,000 offered for the recovery of the body of Miss Agnes Garth, lost in the Lady Elgin, has been paid. Thomas Shoulders was killed in Northampton county, N. C., a few days since, by the falling of a tree. Judge J. B. Eccleston, one of the Judges of the Maryland Court of Appeals, died on the 12th inst. Breckinridge's majority in Maryland is now ascertained to be over 800.
Col John McCaustand, of the 36th Va regiment, has been promoted to be Brigadier General, and assigned to the command of the cavalry brigade lately commanded by the lamented Gen A C Jenkins. Graham D. Baker was tried at Cumberland (N. C.) Superior Court last week for distilling grain into whiskey. He was convicted and fined $5,000 and sentenced in 60 days imprisonment.