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The Daily Dispatch: July 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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On Tick. --The Bard of Avon tells us that "Time doth transfix the flourish set on youth, " and in the case of Lazarus Simpkins, arrested on Saturday by the Provost Guard, the quotation is most appropriate. About the 4th of last May, so Mr. Samuel Noble, of Mecklenburg county, states, he entrusted to Simpkins a silver watch to sell for him, but the accused preferred obtaining a loan for himself, to raise the wind to come to the seat of war, and so disposed of the property. By this time heuth, " and in the case of Lazarus Simpkins, arrested on Saturday by the Provost Guard, the quotation is most appropriate. About the 4th of last May, so Mr. Samuel Noble, of Mecklenburg county, states, he entrusted to Simpkins a silver watch to sell for him, but the accused preferred obtaining a loan for himself, to raise the wind to come to the seat of war, and so disposed of the property. By this time he has found that he is in a fix indeed, and his grand "flourish" ends in the guard-house.