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The fire in Lynchburg. --The fire in Lynchburg, Va., Wednesday morning, destroyed the large building known as the "Exchange," owned by Chas. H. Lynch. Smith's ten-pin ally, Jno. Moore's bakery, P. McDevitt's tailor store, Stewart's ten pin-ally, Jno. M. Price's tin establishment. Clark & Holt's commission house, Bryan Akers' auction house, and some smaller tenements. The "Exchange" was occupied by Peters, Williams & Co., bankers.
The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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Personal. --Among the arrivals at the Exchange, yesterday, were Charles H. Lynch, John M. Speed, Lynchburg; William Boulware, King & Queen; John S. Meem, John S. Barbour, H. W. Vandergrift, Virginia.