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Huntsville (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 9
Jere Clemens. --The Mobile Register and Advertiser says that "Hon." Jere Clemens was beaten within an inch of his life on the streets of Huntsville the other day by Augustus Withers, a brother of Gen. J. M. Withers. Mr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of the Yankeeized Southerners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully.
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Jere Clemens. --The Mobile Register and Advertiser says that "Hon." Jere Clemens was beaten within an inch of his life on the streets of Huntsville the other day by Augustus Withers, a brother of Gen. J. M. Withers. Mr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of the Yankeeized Southerners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully.
J. M. Withers (search for this): article 9
was beaten within an inch of his life on the streets of Huntsville the other day by Augustus Withers, a brother of Gen. J. M. Withers. Mr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of tMr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of the Yankeeized Southerners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfigurinrners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully. rners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully.
Augustus Withers (search for this): article 9
Jere Clemens. --The Mobile Register and Advertiser says that "Hon." Jere Clemens was beaten within an inch of his life on the streets of Huntsville the other day by Augustus Withers, a brother of Gen. J. M. Withers. Mr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of the Yankeeized Southerners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully.
Jere Clemens. --The Mobile Register and Advertiser says that "Hon." Jere Clemens was beaten within an inch of his life on the streets of Huntsville the other day by Augustus Withers, a brother of Gen. J. M. Withers. Mr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of the Yankeeized Southerners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully.
Jere Clemens (search for this): article 9
Jere Clemens. --The Mobile Register and Advertiser says that "Hon." Jere Clemens was beaten within an inch of his life on the streets of Huntsville the other day by Augustus Withers, a brother of Gen. J. M. Withers. Mr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a viewJere Clemens was beaten within an inch of his life on the streets of Huntsville the other day by Augustus Withers, a brother of Gen. J. M. Withers. Mr. Withers was one of the twelve citizens incarcerated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of the Yankeeized Southerners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully. rated by Mitchell, and their prison window commanded a view of the Yankeeized Southerners, of whom they had kept a list. They had spoken very plainly about these individuals, of whom Clemens was one, who, coming up behind Mr. Withers, snapped a pistol at him. Withers turned and beat him as mentioned, disfiguring him frightfully.