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The Daily Dispatch: July 24, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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cent black, with like head; the twenty-four lilac, with same head; the thirty yellow, with head of Franklin; the ninety blue, with portrait of Washington as a young General. The stamps differ from the old ones in the fact that the figures are in the upper corners. One hundred and seventy-five witnesses have been examined by the Committee on the Conduct of the War. The testimony is very voluminous, and it is estimated will cover eighteen hundred pages. Ed. Hughes, Aid to Gen. Boyle, U. S. A., who distinguished himself at Shiloh, committed suicide at Louisville, Ky, on the 17th inst. The Republican State Convention of Pennsylvania, after endorsing Lincoln's Administration, nominated Thomas E. Cochrane for Auditor General and Wm. S. Ross for Surveyor-General. Rigl Reverend Andrew Byrne, Catholic Bishop of Arkansas, died at Little Rock on the 10th of June last. He was well known in New York, having been pastor of St. James's Church, James street. A National Exh