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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard) 4 0 Browse Search
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lements. They gave continually vociferous groans for the conscription, and one of them bare a banner, formed of a large panel of wood, on which was inscribed the words, "no draft." The colored Orphan Asylum has been burned by the mob. Allerton's hotel, at Ball's Head, has been burned. When the mob was passing down Second avenue somebody in the Armory fired on them from a window. They then fired and destroyed the building. Every negro who has been seen by the mob has been ei down, and severely beaten. He was only saved from death by the interposition of Mr. John Higgles, a prominent politician, and he was then put in a carriage and sent to the police headquarters. He is now attended by two physicians. At 435 Allerton's hotel, in 14th street, near Fifth avenue, was set on fire by the mob, and it is stated was completely destroyed. The building is a brick one, with a wooden piazza running round and a number of framed out houses attached. The house which was