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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ful fire is raging in Newark, several factories being on fire. In Troy, New York, on the 15th, some three or four hundred men, said to be workmen in the Albany Nell Foundry, marched through the streets of the city, proclaiming that the draft should not take place. A dispatch says: They stopped in front of the Times office, which they stoned and gutted, destroying all the property within. The crowd then broke away and visited the colored church, and threatened to destroy it. Father Hovernoss addressed the crowd, and implored them to desist, and through his efforts the church was saved. The crowd next went to the jail, and, forcing it open, released the prisoners confined there. The steamer Francis Skiddy, having colored waiters on board, was warned away from the dock, and quietly slipped down to Albany. The Arsenal and Provost Marshal's office are strongly guarded. The Siege of Charleston. Gen. Gilmore's official dispatches from the army attacking Charlesto