--There were at next cases of fever at Wilmington, N. C.
, on Saturday, and 40 on Sunday.
on Monday, says:
About ten o'clock on Saturday night a cold rain came on, was but little lightning, and the thermometer fell rapidly, almost immediately, some extent degrees.
The effect upon over five hundred case of yellow fever may be imagined.
The on Saturday night and Sunday exceeded that had been known since the epidemic commended, or since Wilmington
was a town, Carolina coffins was the great want, and so continues.
came to be obtained as fast as people die the leaden sky. Death and sick have been found — this last Sunday, to which we had been forward with some hope, was the gloomiest and earliest, or all the days that we have yet seen.
The following is an extract of a letter received dated 13th Oct, 1862 from a resident of Wilmington
, addressed to Capt. J. P. Levy
, in this city:
channel house; thirty deathsand not enough well people to bury the awful — the mortality one any long except the famous plague in
of the Journal
dated the 15th, temporarily are pended its issue there were 87 new cases on Monday . There were fifteen deathsAmong them was that of Rev.
B. B. of S. James
's Episcopal Church.