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The Daily Dispatch: may 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Sprague, of the U. S. District Court, at Boston, has given an opinion laying down the law against piracy, in respect to Southern privateers. The Pennsylvania Legislature have incorporated the "Union Nurse Corps," a body of women who all want to be Florence Nightingales. Nine regiments (says a Washington dispatch) are ordered to proceed to Fortress Monroe. The Cambridge (Md.) Democrat announces that Judge Stewart declines a re-election to Congress. Mario, the husband of Jessie White, has been ordered to quit Ferrara within twenty-four hours. On his refusal he was arrested. Hon. John Warts, formerly a member of Congress from Philadelphia, died in Rome, Italy, on the 23d ult. The Confederate Congress has adopted a resolution requesting the President to appoint a day of lasting and prayer. "Propitious weather and beautiful crops" in the tone of the intelligence from Western Virginia. Robert Alken was crushed to death in the paper mill at Trenton, New