[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
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
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.