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The Daily Dispatch: November 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 2 0 Browse Search
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onducting himself as a quiet citizen. The particulars of his case are these: Mrs. Vance had been killed the night before in an attack upon her husband, Joseph Vance,Joseph Vance, a worthy man. The perpetrators of this foul deed were unknown, and are to this day.--Young Dalton stayed at his father's house the night on which Mrs. Vance was murdMrs. Vance was murdered, and slept in the same bed with Captain Martin, who, a few weeks previous, had been a pilot for General Paine on a trip to Jackson county. Captain Martin wat night, thus establishing his innocence of any participation in the death of Mrs. Vance. General Paine arrived in Hartsville on Sunday evening, the day after the killing of Mrs. Vance. He ordered his orderly sergeant to accompany Mr. G. D. Read, the brother-in-law of Dalton, to the house of Dalton's father, and request young Dalton to meet him near Mr. Vance's house. The message was delivered to young Dalton, and he promptly obeyed, accompanied by his father, and met General Paine at the h