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The Daily Dispatch: November 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. the speculators — probable Detention of S. W. Ficklin — death --Bishop Meade, &c. Charlottesvills, Nov. 18, 1861. The citizens of thisAttorney-General give an opinion on this subject. It is reported and believed that Mr. Slaughter W. Ficklin, of this place, has been taken prisoner by the enemy. About four weeks since he left home, as an escort to the lady of Col. Tompkins, (the brother-in-law of Mr. Ficklin,) who wished to return to Kanawha. Mr. Ficklin, it is thought, under a flag of truce, passed into the enemy's linesMr. Ficklin, it is thought, under a flag of truce, passed into the enemy's lines, and cannot get back again. Should this prove true, it will be a source of great affliction to the relatives and friends of Mr. Ficklin. He was an energetic, persevering, far-seeing, and industrioMr. Ficklin. He was an energetic, persevering, far-seeing, and industrious man, and deserves a better fate and higher reward than the dungeon of some castle in Lincoln's dominions. Mr. Chiles N. Brand, one of our old citizens, died last week. He was an honest and g