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In the letter of resignation of Brigadier General Walker, lately , it will be recollected that he stated the Major General Lovell was born at the North. A corresponds of the N. C. Picayune comes out in a to that paper concerning Gen. W., and states that Gen. Lovell was born within thirty miles of Manassas, at Washington. The latest advices from Texas report Gen. Houston as slowly recovering, and he is now considered out of danger. H. M. Breaker, of Brookville, Hernando county, Fl., was accidentally shot and killed a few days since by a comrade. Mr. Joel Check, of Griffin, Ga., was killed at place, a few days since, by falling into a well. Mr. Wm. Hackney, of Newman, Ga., was shot on the 12th inst., by a man named Terry. He died the next day.
The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sabbath Discourse. (search)