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The Daily Dispatch: September 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Richmond and Danville Railroad, Superintendent's office, (search)
that the old Fort Sumter flag was captured with the assaulting party is contradicted. The old flag is still in New York. Daniel W. Voorhees, a member of the last Congress from Indiana, was seized on a railroad train, near Terre Haute, on Saturday, by the soldiers of the 63d Indiana regiment, who attempted to hang him. He was resend by the officers, but was compelled to leave the cars. On Tuesday night a small party of rebel guerillas crossed the Potomac river, at the mouth of the Seneca, and helped themselves to horses and other property. On Friday the guerillas captured Judge J. C. Underwood near his residence at Occoquan, and it was said he would be sent to Richmond. Numerous assassinations of French soldiers had occurred in Mexico. The Peruvian Minister had been ordered to leave the country. It was also rumored that Mr. Corwin had been tendered his passport, but this was not confirmed. The troubles in St. Domingo are increasing. The Spanish General had