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The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1864., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Young lady shot. --In Baltimore, on Tuesday, Philip J. Coakley, while drunk in the street, fired on a policeman who interfered to keep him quiet, shooting him through the breast. One of the balls struck Miss Susan Williams, a school girl, passing by, and inflicted a dangerous wound just above her ankle, which may cripple her for life.
Fire in Lynchburg. Lynchburg, Va.,March 13. --A fire took place here last night, destroying Williams & Peters' brokers' office, and several other buildings.
bs, Court Street Baptist Church: Sir — On Sunday last, at the reading of the prayer in the morning service for the President of the United States, Mrs Susan Williams, a member of the congregation, behaved in a very improper and disrespectful manner. Complaints were made at this office, and Mrs. Williams was arrested. SMrs. Williams was arrested. She was released upon writing the enclosed humble apology, which you will please read from your pulpit for the benefit of the parties offended, and at the same time admonish the disloyal of your congregation that, hereafter, a mere apology will hot atone for so grave an offence as that committed by Mrs. Williams. Very respectfully grave an offence as that committed by Mrs. Williams. Very respectfully,Your obedient servant, Daniel Messinger, Provost Marshal. Wherewith follows the poor woman's apology, that "she meant no disrespect to the minister who prayed, or to the President in authority, or to those in authority for whom he was praying."