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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Gideon Band. (search)
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.seizure of more vessels. Tunstall's Depot,New Kent co.,Va., April 19th. The "General Knox," commanded by Captain John Murphy, and "Victory, " commanded by Capt. Small, two large schooners, hailing from Maine, have just been seized by the citizens of New Kent at Waterloo, on the Pamunkey river. They are laden with valuable ship timber, and were in the act of weighing anchor at the time of their seizure. An efficient guard has been placed on the river to prevent them from passing out until a special messenger can confer with the Governor. The secession of Virginia has created the most intense excitement here. Every man is ready to bear arms in defence of the Old Dominion and the South. Dyke.