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The Daily Dispatch: April 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], The enemy reported advancing on the Rappahannock. (search)
k of the House.--It appears that Mr. Ford was informed by Mr. Dixon, on Thursday, that his services were dispensed with. On etting this information on Thursday, Ford wrote a letter to Dixon telling him that unless he was reinstated into his former p he would kill him on night. --The letter of diam goal from Dixon stated that Ford was dismissed for inattention to his business. Dixon made no reply to Ford a letter, but on the advice of his friends kept within doors after receiving Forn's letter. About half past 1 o'clock yesterday, Dixon said to those around him he felt that his duty called him to the House of Reen Ford drew a navy Cott's plate and commenced a rapid fire Dixon drew a Dorringor pistol and . The fourth shot fired by Ford took affect and Dixon staggered to the pavement and fell. He was in a short distance by candors, and in three minutes expior, Wm. H. Clemmitt, and Tho, W. Goff. The deceased, Mr. Dixon, was from Columbus, Ga, and leaves a wife and three child