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The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Candidates for Congress in North Carolina. (search)
State its if must determine what degree of force the crisis demands, and if the Government of Rhode Island deemed the armed opposition too formidable, and so camifined throughout the State as to requi schooner F. W. Johnson is owned by a certain Holder Army, a resident and citizen of the State of Rhode island. That he has been for the last five years largely engaged in the business of wrecking alaces, and as his business permitted, passed much of his time but left there for his home in Rhode Island about the time of the bombardment. Fort Sumter. That he purchased the F. W. Johnson in Norforunde Now, tested by these decisions, this vessel belonged at the time of her capture to Rhode Island, for Captain Stoddard swears, in his claim and answer, that Holden Aliny left Norfolk about the time of the bombardment of Fort Sumter, and returned to his home in Rhode Island. And there is nothing in the case to cast the slightest suspicion on this statement. The cargo belonged to certain