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Historic leaves, volume 7, April, 1908 - January, 1909 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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44. Tufts, Bowen Adams, 32. Tufts, Charlotte C., 45. Tufts, Captain, Francis, 33. Tufts, George F., 46. Tufts, Isaac, 28. Tufts, John, 33, 43, 73. Tufts, Joseph, 82, 85. Tufts, Lydia N., 45. Tufts, Martha, 33. Tufts, Samuel, 42, 43. Tufts, Sarah Ann, 65. Tufts, Sarah Mead, 32. Tufts, Susan, 45. Tufts, Susan W., 45. Tufts, Thomas, 32. Tufts, Timothy, 30, 31, 32, 42, 43, 45. Tufts, Timothy W., 45. Turkey Hill, 88, 90. Turner, Rev., Edward, 28. Twombly, James, 36. Tyler, Elizabeth, 24. Underwood, James, 36. Underwood, Mrs., 35. Union Square, 35. Upper Winter Hill Primary, 36. Utica, Transport, 12. Van de Sande, George, 19. Vermillionville, 56. Veteran Fireman's Association, Somerville, 22. Veteran Reserve Corps, 12, 14. Vicksburg, 53, 58, 61. Virginia, 49. Vinal, Anna P., 72. Vinal, Quincy A., 32. Vinal, Robert A., 32, 75. Ward, Artemas, 34. Ward, Eliza D., 30. Warner, N. H., 21. Warren, Isaac, 78. Warren, Major-General, 9. W
Acquitted. --After a long and patient hearing yesterday, before the Hustings Court, Jesse, a slave, was acquitted of the charge of arson, preferred against him for setting fire to the house of Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler. In this case a miss was as good as a mile.