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The Daily Dispatch: March 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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s too venturesome by half, and was the other night captured by some of our pickets while piloting a squad of Lincoln's soldiers through the country, in the vicinity of Newbern. So strong is the feeling against Dibble, both among the troops and citizens, that it required all the efforts of those in authority to prevent summary vengeance being taken on him on his arrival at Kinston. It was deemed unsafe; in the present excited state of feeling, to send him to Salisbury. Another brother, Harlow Dibble, a resident of Kinston, has also been arrested, on what precise grounds of suspicion we are not informed. On the person of Frank Dibble were found papers which led to the arrest of a Captain Day and another Captain, both commanding boats, or who had commanded boats, belonging to the Dibble family. Burnside has about six hundred negroes hard at work finishing and perfecting the defensive works that the Confederates had commenced below Newbern, but which, after long months of warning