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The Daily Dispatch: January 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Double murder. (search)
Vice President Breckinridge, in a published letter, denies that he approves of the course of Gov. Hicks, of Md., in refusing to call the Legislature together. The weather in England, December 22d, was quite cold and wintry, and the country was covered with snow — in some places to a considerable depth. Joseph McD. Carson, for many years a member of the North Carolina Legislature, died on the 19th ult. Dr. D. E. Hadaway was accidentally shot and killed at Memphis, Tenn., on the 27th ult., by Wm. Heiston, his brother-in-law. Wm. M. Radford, for many years President of the Farmers' Bank, at Lynchburg, Va., died on the 2d inst. Mrs. E. M. Simpson was taken ill at a ball at Fairfax Court-House, New Year's night, and died in a few hours. M. de Lamartine's paternal estate at Milly, France, has at length been sold. Charley Gordon, the burglar who escaped in New Orleans, has been recaptured. R. B. Sherrard (Union,) has been elected to the Virginia