and aunt, and became pupils in the Fayetteville Academy, and that Judah was a classmate of mine during his stay in Fayetteville.
Continuing, Mr. Belden says: Mr. Levy (Judah's uncle), desiring to enlarge his business, removed with his sister (Mrs. Wright), and the Benjamins to New Orleans, in 1826.
If they prove anything, these statements prove that Judah could not have been in Fayetteville much more than one year; if, indeed, he were ever there at all, except with the Confederate Cabinet on, B. C. Hard, Stephen Thomas and others—all for many years residents of this city.
The Hebrew Orphan Society paid for his schooling.
The store in which his father did business was situated in King street, near Clifford street, and his aunt, Mrs. Wright, as we were told yesterday upon good authority, also did business in this city.
Probably when she moved to Fayetteville, in 1825, she took her nephew and niece with her.
If further evidence were needed to prove that the Benjamins lived in
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