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The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1860., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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hip of the great statesman to the last hour of his life. Adolpho Wolfe removed to the city of New York in 1826, and entered the counting-house of his elder brother Joel Wolfe, who was then largely engaged in the importation of brandy and gin from France and Holland. Young Wolfe's business qualification and energetic perseveranceWolfe's business qualification and energetic perseverance soon gave him a prominent position in the house of his brother, and when he reached the age of 21 he became a partner. In 18 that brother established the first distillery in Schiedam (Holland) ever undertaken by an American, and it yet continues, and is the place where the famous "Wolfe's Schiedum Aromatic Schnapps" is now maWolfe's Schiedum Aromatic Schnapps" is now manufactured. In 1848 the senior partner of the house retired from active business, having accumulated a large fortune. In that same year Adolpho Wolfe made the fortunate discoveries that led to the manufacture of his now world-wide-lamed "Schiedam Schnapps" Adolpho Wolfe, although a merchant, has ever taken a prominent in
The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], Vice President Stephens and the hospitals. (search)
d--Private Frank Clark. Wounded--Private John Devine, seriously; N. H. Saunders, slightly; Willis Haddox, slightly; Geo. C. Short, slightly. Total--1 killed and 4 wounded. Company D, Capt. C. F. Hamer. Killed--Capt. F. W. Mobley, W. E. Carol. Wounded--Lt. F. Bostick, seriously; Privates Arthur Gary, slightly; James M. Kincaird, seriously; John T. Morris, mortally. (since died;) Patrick McNeelees, mortally; J. S. Riley, do.; Jas. Rosson, do.; Thos. Wilson, do., (leg amputated;) Joel Wolfe, slightly; Isaac Young, do. Total--2 killed and 10 wounded. [Note. Five of the above wounded have since died at the hospital.] Company E, Capt. Welborne. Killed — None. Wounded--Private A. Martin, mortally; Ord. Sergt. A. G. Brock, arm shot off; Private W. H. Harris, slightly; W. E. Hamblin, do.; Capt. Welborne, slightly, (shot in the neck.) Total--5 wounded. Company F, Capt. Gerald. Killed--Privates A. M. Stewart, W. L. Owen. Wounded — Jonathan Bushy, seriously, (