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Orange County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
Franklin Stearns, of Richmond, has purchased the Home Farm of the Hon. Jeremiah Morton, lying in Orange county, Va., for the sum of $50,000.
The fever in Wilmington. --There were seven deaths in Wilmington, N. C., of fever on the 6th, and three new cases. The Journal says: We have the authority of the best doctors — those longest familiar with the fever — for saying that persons cannot return here with safety until after the occurrence of black frost--such frost as will form ice, and the actual formation of ice within the limits of town will be the only satisfactory and conclusive test. Whenever such a state of things is present we shall promptly notify the public and our absent citizens, and heartily invite them back; but as things now stand we earnestly request them to stay away yet a few weeks longer. They cannot return with safety
Thomas Bradford (search for this): article 7
Prison Items. --On Saturday, Henry S. Mumford, of Baltimore, was committed to the military prison of the Eastern district, by order of Gen. Winder, as a suspicious character. George Simmons, 1st Delaware Reg't, co G, a Yankee deserter; Wm. Shafer of the Caskie Rangers, a deserter, and J. F. Kirby, a supposed spy, were also put in the same prison. Thomas Bradford, arrested for trial before Court-Martial for selling liquor, was paroled for his appearance.
George Simmons (search for this): article 7
Prison Items. --On Saturday, Henry S. Mumford, of Baltimore, was committed to the military prison of the Eastern district, by order of Gen. Winder, as a suspicious character. George Simmons, 1st Delaware Reg't, co G, a Yankee deserter; Wm. Shafer of the Caskie Rangers, a deserter, and J. F. Kirby, a supposed spy, were also put in the same prison. Thomas Bradford, arrested for trial before Court-Martial for selling liquor, was paroled for his appearance.
Gen Winder (search for this): article 7
Prison Items. --On Saturday, Henry S. Mumford, of Baltimore, was committed to the military prison of the Eastern district, by order of Gen. Winder, as a suspicious character. George Simmons, 1st Delaware Reg't, co G, a Yankee deserter; Wm. Shafer of the Caskie Rangers, a deserter, and J. F. Kirby, a supposed spy, were also put in the same prison. Thomas Bradford, arrested for trial before Court-Martial for selling liquor, was paroled for his appearance.
Henry S. Mumford (search for this): article 7
Prison Items. --On Saturday, Henry S. Mumford, of Baltimore, was committed to the military prison of the Eastern district, by order of Gen. Winder, as a suspicious character. George Simmons, 1st Delaware Reg't, co G, a Yankee deserter; Wm. Shafer of the Caskie Rangers, a deserter, and J. F. Kirby, a supposed spy, were also put in the same prison. Thomas Bradford, arrested for trial before Court-Martial for selling liquor, was paroled for his appearance.
William Shafer (search for this): article 7
Prison Items. --On Saturday, Henry S. Mumford, of Baltimore, was committed to the military prison of the Eastern district, by order of Gen. Winder, as a suspicious character. George Simmons, 1st Delaware Reg't, co G, a Yankee deserter; Wm. Shafer of the Caskie Rangers, a deserter, and J. F. Kirby, a supposed spy, were also put in the same prison. Thomas Bradford, arrested for trial before Court-Martial for selling liquor, was paroled for his appearance.
J. F. Kirby (search for this): article 7
Prison Items. --On Saturday, Henry S. Mumford, of Baltimore, was committed to the military prison of the Eastern district, by order of Gen. Winder, as a suspicious character. George Simmons, 1st Delaware Reg't, co G, a Yankee deserter; Wm. Shafer of the Caskie Rangers, a deserter, and J. F. Kirby, a supposed spy, were also put in the same prison. Thomas Bradford, arrested for trial before Court-Martial for selling liquor, was paroled for his appearance.
Francis Smith (search for this): article 9
Shocking accident. --A terrible accident occurred in the vicinity of Abingdon, Va., on Monday evening. Three children, sons of Francis Smith, were attempting to open a shell with a hatchet, in the basement of their father's dwelling, when an explosion took place, tearing off the foot and hand of one child, and driving the hatchet through his leg. The eyes of another were put out and his skull fractured, whilst the third was badly bruised. Portions of the shell passed through the floors and roof. The two children first mentioned were not expected to survive their injuries.
Hugh Hamilton (search for this): article 9
Brought to Richmond. --Seventy paroled Confederate soldiers, most of them disabled, arrived in Richmond from Atkins Landing yesterday. At that time there were three Yankee boats lying there, viz: John A. Warner, Express, and Hugh Hamilton.
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