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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Refugees from the Southwest--things in that quarter. Among the refugees recently arrived here from Northwestern Virginia, are Mrs. Judge Thompson, of Wheeling, and Dr. N. W. White, of Wellsburg, in Brooke county. Judge Thompson was at a very late period of the rupture with the North a strong Union man, and wrote a pamphlet agJudge Thompson was at a very late period of the rupture with the North a strong Union man, and wrote a pamphlet against Secession. It was inferred that he would join the Union party, both by the advocates of the Ordinance of Secession and the Lincolnites. But the Northern Government went too far for the Judge. He revolted at their outrages upon Constitutional law and liberty and refused to submit to their authority. He refused to take then this manner vacated. A fifth rate county court lawyer was elected, and all unfit as he is, has entered upon the discharge of the duties of the high office. Mrs. Thompson is a devoted Southern lady, and successfully escaping from the land of tyranny, recently arrived in safety here, where she has been much afflicted by the death
We were in error in stating in our issue of Monday last that Mrs. Judge Thompson was a refugee. On the contrary, she came through for the purpose of visiting her sons, who, she had been informed, were both severely wounded at the battle of Allegheny Mountain. She is remaining with her surviving son, Capt. Thompson, for a short time, and will leave for her home in a few days. We were in error in stating in our issue of Monday last that Mrs. Judge Thompson was a refugee. On the contrary, she came through for the purpose of visiting her sons, who, she had been informed, were both severely wounded at the battle of Allegheny Mountain. She is remaining with her surviving son, Capt. Thompson, for a short time, and will leave for her home in a few days.