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The Daily Dispatch: January 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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I hereby certify that the passengers and crew of the steamship-- bound for-- have been thoroughly overhauled by me, and that, in pursuance of instructions received from the Secretary of War, the vessel is allowed to depart on her voyage. Robt. Murray, United States Marshal, S. D. N. Y. There was no unnecessary excitement yesterday consequent upon the discharge of Marshal Murray's duties. Miscellaneous. Jas. K. Munnis, dry goods merchant or Petersburg, Louis Kayton, S. Bach, Jas. Stern, H. Sterns E. Weil, S. Wineheast, and J. J. Simms, "refugees" from Richmond, arrived in Baltimore on the 12th inst. In his speech on Saturday at the Academy of Music, Henry Ward Beecher objected to the system of volunteering, on the ground that it was a mercenary operation, and went in strong for conscription. The American ship Winged Racer, which left Manilla on the 7th of October for New York, and the Amanda, bound to Falmouth, had been burned off Java Heads by the A