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The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
rom observation. The famous schooner Wanderer, which is one of the prizes in port, is now used as a patrol and guard boat. Our informants left three behind who had not taken the oath, and were determined to refuse it. These were Wm. Randolph, formerly of the United States Revenue service, William H. Shaw, and Mr. Duberge. Our informants state that the most lying and exaggerated reports of Northern victories reach Key West regularly through Northern channels of communication. ncoln. Districts.--1st, John Pool, of Pasquotank; 2d, H. F. Bond, of Lenoir; 3d, L. W. Humphrey, of Onslow; 4th Jesse G. Shepherd, of Cumberland; 5th, Weldon N. Edwards, of Warren; 6th, Hon. D. S. Reid, of Rockingham; 7th, A. G. Foster, of Randolph; 8th, J. M. Long, of Cabarrus; 9th, Anderson Mitchell, of Iredell; 10th, A. W. Woodfin, of Buncombe. Our Generals. The South Carolinian publishes the following extract from a letter from a staff officer of the Army of the Potomac: