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The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 2 0 Browse Search
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m of Hull, Smith & Corlles, was the first victim of the mob, who shot him dead. The following account of the riot is telegraphed to the New York papers: Mauch Chunk,Friday, Nov. 6.--Last night Mr. C. K. Smith, coal operator at Yorktown, Carbon county, was murdered in a most brutal manner in his house, in the presence of his family, by a gang of Irish outlaws, known as "Buckshots." Mr. Smith was a loyal and highly respected gentleman, and was suspected of giving certain information toious district to protect the Deputy Marshal in the service of the notices, and to enforce the peace and security of the neighborhood. On the way to the mines, during a temporary delay at Mauch Chunk, word was sent to the District Attorney of Carbon county, Mr. Counsellor Leonard, that he had now an opportunity to arrest the murderers and rioters of the district; but the Democratic officer did not see fit to avail himself of the opportunity. Capt. Yates established his headquarters at the