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Latest from the North. the New York Riots continue — more fighting--Forty dead bodies in one street — Riots in other Towns — Appropriation by the New York Council for exemptions. &c., Petersburg, July 20th. --The New York Herald, of the 16th, has been received here. The riot continued all of Wednesday without abatement. The draft is positively suspended. Several dreadful conflicts took place between the military and the people, and there was terrible fighting in East 19th street, in which the military were completely routed by the people. Col. Jardine was wounded, and a Captain and Lieutenant of the 5th New York Militia killed.--There was great slaughter of the militia and populace. Forty dead bodies were lying in one place. The negroes were greatly persecuted, and three were hung. Government street was completely sacked. A great exodus of negroes from New York has taken place. The City Council has appropriated $2,500,000 to pay<
The Daily Dispatch: July 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Washington Cabinet Proposing an amnesty. (search)
k to this place. If they retreat by the way they came they will probably be intercepted and cut up. They paroled on their retreat 75 or 80 of our men, whom, I suppose, they found it inconvenient to carry off. Of course the parole, under such circumstances, is worthless, under their own order. The damage to the railroad can be repaired in an hour or so. The jail, commissary and quartermaster storehouses, and several private houses, were burned. (Signed,) Samuel Jones, Major Gen'l. [Dublin is in Pulaski county, on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, 28 miles cast of Wytheville.] [Second Dispatch.] Lynchburg, July 20. --The following private dispatch was received last night: "Later information leads to the conclusion that other demonstrations are threatened, and the force at Wytheville was only a detachment from the main body, advancing from other places. The enemy carried off one piece of our artillery. The paroled prisoners have arrived at Wytheville."
From Gen. Lee's army.--reported removal of Meade. Winchester, July 20. --All quiet to-day.--There was a slight cavalry skirmish near Martinsburg yesterday. It is rumored that Gen. Meade has been superceded by Gen. Sedgwick.