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The Daily Dispatch: February 12, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Trinita." [This is the letter which caused Mrs. Allan's arrest, and contained language by no means kind to the South, as well as information concerning certain parties residing in the North who entertained Southern feelings.] These witnesses knew P., and were certain that they had not seen him in Richmond since December, 1862. Mr. Cave examined the handwriting of "Santa Trinita" letter, and did not think it resembled P.'s style of writing; would not be certain about it, however. Mrs. Catherine Burruss testitified that some time since the war, when she was returning home from the North, whither she had been visiting her father, (James A. Pearce, former U. S. Senator from Maryland,) she met with Mrs. Patterson Allan. They stopped at Old Point and put up at the same hotel. Soon after arriving there a servant knocked at her door through mistake and asked if Mrs. Allan was in; that Major Chas. Dix, son of Gen. John A. Dix, Commandant of Fortress Monroe, was waiting for her in the par