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The Daily Dispatch: November 14, 1860., [Electronic resource], "Body Snatching." (search)
The Putnam Phalanx, a battalion of military of Hartford, Conn., will make a pilgrimage to the grave of Washington, at Mount Vernon, leaving that city on Monday, December 3. The Great Eastern will remain open to visitors during the winter. Some 30,000 persons had visited her during her stay at Milford Haven. Messrs. Allen and Dodd, both of Georgia, have resigned their position in the Land Office in Washington, on account of Lincoln's election. Henry Ward Beecher preached two political sermons at his church, in New York, on Sunday. Mrs. S. D. Curtiss, a magazine writer of some note, and a native of Pomfret, Ct., died at Madison, Wis., on Friday of last week. Col. Thomas D. Carneal, formerly a famous emancipationist in Kentucky, died in Cincinnati on the 9th inst. Thaddeus H. Zeibst was killed in Charleston, S. C., Sunday night, by being run over by a fire engine. Capt, Slocum, of brig Sarah Starr, died on the 29th ult., on the passage from Wilmi