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Pinners Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 26
From Portsmouth.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, June 1, 1861. There is a report here that Paschal Latinier, of Hampton, has been hanged in that village. It is said that he shot one of the ruffians of the Washington despot. I give you the rumor as I received it. It came from two independent sources — Williamsburg and another point. A subscription list has been started at the Navy-Yard towards a monument to the hero Jackson, the Virginia Protomartyr in the war of independence of 1861. The amount of each subscription has been limited to one dollar. I visited Camp Grice, at Pinner's Point, yesterday. The walk by a near cut is about two miles. It is delightful locality, and the force there is comparatively in clover. All was quiet. Nothing of interest transpiring here. Old Dominion.
Paschal Latinier (search for this): article 26
From Portsmouth.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, June 1, 1861. There is a report here that Paschal Latinier, of Hampton, has been hanged in that village. It is said that he shot one of the ruffians of the Washington despot. I give you the rumor as I received it. It came from two independent sources — Williamsburg and another point. A subscription list has been started at the Navy-Yard towards a monument to the hero Jackson, the Virginia Protomartyr in the war of independence of 1861. The amount of each subscription has been limited to one dollar. I visited Camp Grice, at Pinner's Point, yesterday. The walk by a near cut is about two miles. It is delightful locality, and the force there is comparatively in clover. All was quiet. Nothing of interest transpiring here. Old Dominion.
From Portsmouth.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, June 1, 1861. There is a report here that Paschal Latinier, of Hampton, has been hanged in that village. It is said that he shot one of the ruffians of the Washington despot. I give you the rumor as I received it. It came from two independent sources — Williamsburg and another point. A subscription list has been started at the Navy-Yard towards a monument to the hero Jackson, the Virginia Protomartyr in the war of independence of 1861. The amount of each subscription has been limited to one dollar. I visited Camp Grice, at Pinner's Point, yesterday. The walk by a near cut is about two miles. It is delightful locality, and the force there is comparatively in clover. All was quiet. Nothing of interest transpiring here. Old Dominion.
From Portsmouth.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, June 1, 1861. There is a report here that Paschal Latinier, of Hampton, has been hanged in that village. It is said that he shot one of the ruffians of the Washington despot. I give you the rumor as I received it. It came from two independent sources — Williamsburg and another point. A subscription list has been started at the Navy-Yard towards a monument to the hero Jackson, the Virginia Protomartyr in the war of independence of 1861. The amount of each subscription has been limited to one dollar. I visited Camp Grice, at Pinner's Point, yesterday. The walk by a near cut is about two miles. It is delightful locality, and the force there is comparatively in clover. All was quiet. Nothing of interest transpiring here. Old Dominion.
June 1st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 26
From Portsmouth.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Portsmouth, June 1, 1861. There is a report here that Paschal Latinier, of Hampton, has been hanged in that village. It is said that he shot one of the ruffians of the Washington despot. I give you the rumor as I received it. It came from two independent sources — Williamsburg and another point. A subscription list has been started at the Navy-Yard towards a monument to the hero Jackson, the Virginia Protomartyr in the war of independence of 1861. The amount of each subscription has been limited to one dollar. I visited Camp Grice, at Pinner's Point, yesterday. The walk by a near cut is about two miles. It is delightful locality, and the force there is comparatively in clover. All was quiet. Nothing of interest transpiring here. Old Dominion.