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Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
L. H. Chandler. --A correspondent of the Petersburg Express thus notices the departure of this individual from Norfolk: The Empire City went up from Norfolk on Monday evening under a flag of truce to Fortress Monroe, to carry some discontented Yankees. Among the number, I hear, was L. H. Chandler, of Norfolk, a lawyer of some note, and the man who figured somewhat conspicuously in the late Presidential campaign. It was at his request that he was permitted to leave. and if I am permitted to express an opinion. I would say he has left Virginia for Virginia's good. May her soil never again be polluted by his footsteps.
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L. H. Chandler. --A correspondent of the Petersburg Express thus notices the departure of this individual from Norfolk: The Empire City went up from Norfolk on Monday evening under a flag of truce to Fortress Monroe, to carry some discontented Yankees. Among the number, I hear, was L. H. Chandler, of Norfolk, a lawyer of some note, and the man who figured somewhat conspicuously in the late Presidential campaign. It was at his request that he was permitted to leave. and if I am perm City went up from Norfolk on Monday evening under a flag of truce to Fortress Monroe, to carry some discontented Yankees. Among the number, I hear, was L. H. Chandler, of Norfolk, a lawyer of some note, and the man who figured somewhat conspicuously in the late Presidential campaign. It was at his request that he was permitted to leave. and if I am permitted to express an opinion. I would say he has left Virginia for Virginia's good. May her soil never again be polluted by his footsteps.