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"the" guns — Junius Archer — the late Mal.John Clarke, &c. There is nobody in Virginia, who does not recollect the noise, not made by, but made about, the guns of Dr. Junius Archer three weeks
anywhere else in the then United States.
This was done under the supervision of the late Major John Clarke, a man of decided mechanical genius, who constructed our Armory, the most perfect model of the "burst up" was almost universal.
But one lot stood the ordeal, and that was furnished by Major Clarke from Old Bellona," through she was not "Old Bellona" then.
For several years the experiments ors, having lost large sums by failures in the gun-casting experiment, bethought him to visit Major Clarke, and endeavor to ascertain the secret of his success.
Had the Major been so disposed, he cou aged establishment, retains every bit of its reputation, and has even acquired fresh renown.
Major Clarke's guns, at one time, did burst — a few of them at least — but Dr. A., as far as we now recol
The Daily Dispatch: September 30, 1862., [Electronic resource], Our army Correspondence. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: October 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Further Northern news. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: January 23, 1863., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: January 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], Fatal Accident. (search)
Prisoners arrived. --The Central cars that arrived last night brought down five Abolition soldiers. One of them, John Clarke, was captured at Strasburg. He, together with David Saunders, Jno A. Righnan, and David Victor, captured at Romney, all belonged to the 3d Va cavalry. C. S. Edwards, another one of the party, belonged to the 4th Vermont infantry, and was taken up at Tansil's Gap.