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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ress the greatest surprise that he should have been the perpetrator of such a crime. He has a son in the rebel army, who was captured a short time since, and, if we be correctly informed, has lately been exchanged. Of his victim, Lieut. A L. Sauborn, we can glean but little. About a fortnight since he came to this city and called upon Provost Marshal Bovey, showing properly authenticated letters from Gen. Birney and other military gentleman. He was seeking to obtain permission to recruit The line of march was again taken up, and it was not ten minutes from the time the Provost Marshal reviewed them, when he was informed by an orderly, panting with heat and excitement, that the lieutenant had been killed. It appears that Lieut Sauborn was formerly in the U. S. service before he received his commission as lieutenant. His age is about 29 years, and he resided with his parents, near Montpelier, Vt. The Union Association have taken charge of his body and placed it in the