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Inquest. --The city coroner, assisted by High Constable Freeman, a few days since, held an inquest over the body of Michael Jones, the soldier who was found so badly cut in the abdomen in an alley north of Cary street, on the night of the 2d inst., and who was taken to the Medical College for treatment. The clue was found to the party who inflicted the fatal cut. The jury brought in a verdict in accordance with the facts above set forth.
The Daily Dispatch: July 8, 1861., [Electronic resource], Not Afraid. (search)
An English paper says that Mr. and Mrs. Dickens have been reconciled, and are living together. A young man named Sigman hung himself in Catawba county, Ala., on the 2d inst.
The Daily Dispatch: July 8, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another slaver at Anguilla. (search)
The piratical fleet. --We were informed last evening, says the Pensacola Observer, of the 2d inst., that there was an addition of two small steamers to the pirates who infest this neighborhood; but we could see no traces of them this morning — doubtless they were tenders which had arrived from Key West and Havana with coal and water. We hope they brought something else along to give the hirelings a thorough knowledge of the effects of a tropical climate upon their carcases.--Shouldn't wonder if Billy Wilson's horde didn't have a nice time of it bellowing for water to slake their unquenchable thirst before July shall have passed away. So mote it be.