Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: July 17, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Judd or search for Judd in all documents.

Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section:

one of the rooms of their spacious beef-packing establishment on McKim street. The tables were loaded with the substantials of life well served up, and nearly one hundred and fifty of them spent a couple of hours in a most agreeable manner. The officers were in attendance, and patriotic sentiment and friendly feeling to the citizens of Baltimore were the prevailing expression of the entire corps. The room was decorated with flags and mottoes of welcome. Payment of troops. Major Judd, Paymaster of the United States Army at Baltimore, yesterday paid off the members of Twentieth New York Regiment their full pay for three months. A great proportion of the men sent remittances to their families at home. Terrible explosion at Washington and loss of life. The Washington Star, of last evening, gives the following particulars of a terrible accident in that city yesterday morning: This morning, about six o'clock, the right section of the Second Rhode Island Marin