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The Daily Dispatch: April 4, 1863., [Electronic resource], Affairs in
Affairs in Norfolk. --The following are called from a letter from lady in Norfolk to her son, who is stationed in one of the batteries near this city: I wish to tell you something about the negroes, and Peter H Whitehurst. The negroes are doing as they please perfectly unrestrained; they have parties and balls every week — last Tuesday night they had a very large one on Union street and I am told they had every delicacy which could be bought or stolen. Last week, I and Mary (m
anding near, but he said if he were to do anything be would be seriously injured.
Is not this a sad state of things?
But we are hoping for the day when we shall be delivered, and we will patiently bear up under our troubles.
Now for Peter H. Whitehurst.
He has been unremitting in his efforts to oppress and afflict every Secessionist in the city.
A week ago he went to one of the Banks and exchanged for other money all the Virginia Treasury notes which he had, and then went to General Vi
The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], Progress of the
The Daily Dispatch: September 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], The
Banks at Norfolk — spirited action of the Directors. (search)