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The Daily Dispatch: March 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Thirty hours with a skunk in a Mining shaft. (search)
ns since the exciting events recorded last wee. Our citizens have doubtless had their party zeal somewhat chilled by the frigid state of the atmosphere. March, after giving us a delicious touch of spring, and tantalizing the birds with the trees in full blossom, has, by a process of inversion, recalled January. A cold rain on Sunday was followed by a heavy fall of snow on Monday, interrupted occasionally by sleet, making the day as disagreeable as possible and intensely cold. The Rev. Geo. W. Carter, of Texas, is to address the citizens of Petersburg to-night, on the political topics of the day. Having hosts of friends, connected with the fact that he formerly held an important station in our midst, he will undoubtodly draw a large concourse to hear him. His opinions, I infer, correspond with those of the majority of the voters of the city. Capt. R. E. Robinson, of the Light Dragoons, resigned the position he has held since the formation of the company, in consequence of b