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The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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n Jackson, Mississippi, a lady whose adventures place her in the ranks of the Molly Pitchers of the present revolution. At the breaking out of the war Mrs.--Laura J. Williams was a resident of Arkansas. Like most of the women of the South, her whole soul was enlisted in the struggle for independence. Her husband was a Northern mnd education, and a strong Union man. After Arkansas seceded from the Union he went to Connecticut, he said, to see his relations and settle up some business. Mrs. Williams suspected his purpose and focally she received information that he had joined the Yankee army. The Jackson Mississippian gives the rest of her history: en she was sent across the lines to Meadville with the registered enemies. An article was recently published in the New York World in relation to the part Mrs. Williams has played in this war, but the above is, we are assured, a true account of her remarkable career. We understand she has attached herself to the medical staff