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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1864., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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arge tobacco warehouse, on the opposite side of the street, owned by Messrs, John Gilmour & Co., soon took fire, and despite the efforts of a number of citizens to pufire several times, and were considerably damaged. The buildings known as Gilmour's tobacco warehouse covered a whole square, fronting on Bainbridge street, allobacco, three hundred hogsheads of stemmed tobacco, which were the property of Gilmour & Co., and two hundred and thirty-four hogsheads of leaf tobacco, the propertyConfederate States. The aggregate cost of the tobacco destroyed, belonging to Gilmour & Co., amounted to £35,000 before the war, which, estimated at the present valhouse buildings and that used as a factory by the Gary brothers, also owned by Gilmour & Co., and the loss will be increased to upwards of two hundred thousand dollathe buildings was a nominal insurance. The senior partner of the concern, Mr. John Gilmour, left this country for Scotland (of which he is a native) in the year 1859