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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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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 wi late battle at Allegheny mountain. She has yet another son in the service of the South. Dr. White, a lawyer of distinction, was a partner with Mr. Joseph H. Pendleton, a native of Louisa, who es, when he had to fly for safety from the reign of terror in that city to his native county. Dr. White, although an avowed Secessionist, remained in Brooke county until recently. He was often threg used to head him and spies and detectives being on the look out for him at many places. Dr. White gives a sad account of the extremely oppressive tyranny of the Federal authority, and the equato elect him to the Senate by threatening them with the direct vengeance if they did not. Dr. White asserts it as his settled conviction that there is a majority of at least two-thirds in favor