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The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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harles Howard, one of our distinguished citizens, died here last night, after a brief illness of three or four days. Her father, who was one of our Police Commissioners during the 19th of April mob, and was subsequently sent a State prisoner to F. Warren, where he has been incarcerated for eighteen months, by special permission, got leave to come home temporarily, arriving in time only to see his daughter die. Her brother, Frank Key Howard, Esq., who was editor of a paper published here called the Exchange was also sent to Fott Warren more than a year ago. He could not obtain permission to come home, and his sister goes to the grave unseen by him. The term for which William George Brown, Esq. was elected as Mayor of Baltimore having expired. It is thought he will be allowed to leave Fort Warren and come home. He has been confined them as a State prisoner for eighteen months. A better Union man — at the time he was arrested — than Mr. Brown does not live in Maryland. He certai