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Vii. October, 1861 An order for the publication of the names of alien enemies. some excitement. efforts to secure property. G. A. Myers, lawyer, actively engaged. Gen. Price gains a victory in Missouri. Billy Wilson's cutthroats cut to pieces at Fort Pickens. a female spy arrives from Washington. great success at Leesburg or ball's Bluff. October 1 I find that only a few hundred alien enemies departed from the country under the President's proclamation, allowing them for
We lost but one man: and he was fat, broke his wind, and died in the pursuit, October 13TH.-Another little success, but not in this vicinity.
Gen. Anderson, of South Carolina, in the night crossed to Santa Rosa Island and cut up Billy Wilson's regiment of New York cutthroats and thieves; under the very guns of Fort Pickens.
Kissing goes by favor!
Col. M — r, of Maryland, whose published letter of objuration of the United States Government attracted much attention