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The Daily Dispatch: January 26, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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Confiscation of property in Norfolk. The humane Butler, who is so solicitous about the health of the Yankee prisoners in Richmond, has commenced confiscating the property of citizens in Norfolk. The real estate, furniture, goods, chattels, and personal property of the following persons is advertised for sale for the benefit of the U. S. Government: Wm. W. Davis, C. W. Murdaugh, member of the Legislature; Jos. M. Miles, clothing merchant; Rev. Thos. Hume, Baptist minister; Ed. Kearns, a captain in the Confederate service; Thos. W. Cofer, John T. Rustic, naval constructor at Selma' Ala; W. C. Wingfield, C. W. Young, Robert V. Boykin, John De Bree, Chas. T. Myers, W. M. Mahone, Mathias Ward, and Terry Sinclair.