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The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Candidates for Congress in North Carolina. (search)
Candidates for Congress in North Carolina. --L. Q. Sharpe, of Iredell, and B. S. Gaither, of Burke, are candidates for Congress in the Ninth District. James R. McLean and R. P. Dick, of Guilford, are candidates in the Sixth District. A. J. Dargan, of Anson, S. H. Christian, of Montgomery, and J. H. Headen, of Chatham, are candidates in the Seventh District; W. N. H. Smith in the First District; L. W. Humphrey, of Onslow, and A. E. Thompson, of Wayne, in the Third District; A. T. Davidson in the Tenth District. There is no lack of candidates in any of the Districts.
Agitation meeting in Gaston, N. C. --The sequel to an agitation meeting in Gaston, as it has been reported to the Raleigh Confederate, is on a par with the celebrated outpouring at Guliford, under the auspices of Hon. R. P. Dick and D. F. Caldwell. The Confederate says: At the Gaston meeting the boys yielded the floor to four soldiers, two of whom had to terms in the service of their country. These mutilated heroes advanced to the chairman's sent after the meeting had been organized, and de aided to see the resolutions, and after examining them the soldiers immediately fore them to items, and then called for an adjournment. The argument was irresistible, and amid commotion the meeting adjourned.