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Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 25
Political. -- The Norfolk Herald states that a paper, signed by over 800 persons in the city of Portsmouth, has been sent to Messrs. Holladay and White, delegates from Norfolk county, requesting them to "stand by the Union until the last link is broken, " and that one equally as large has been sent to General Geo. Blow, delegate from Norfolk, with the same request.
Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 25
Political. -- The Norfolk Herald states that a paper, signed by over 800 persons in the city of Portsmouth, has been sent to Messrs. Holladay and White, delegates from Norfolk county, requesting them to "stand by the Union until the last link is broken, " and that one equally as large has been sent to General Geo. Blow, delegate from Norfolk, with the same request.
Portsmouth, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 25
Political. -- The Norfolk Herald states that a paper, signed by over 800 persons in the city of Portsmouth, has been sent to Messrs. Holladay and White, delegates from Norfolk county, requesting them to "stand by the Union until the last link is broken, " and that one equally as large has been sent to General Geo. Blow, delegate from Norfolk, with the same request.
Alexander R. Holladay (search for this): article 25
Political. -- The Norfolk Herald states that a paper, signed by over 800 persons in the city of Portsmouth, has been sent to Messrs. Holladay and White, delegates from Norfolk county, requesting them to "stand by the Union until the last link is broken, " and that one equally as large has been sent to General Geo. Blow, delegate from Norfolk, with the same request.
Political. -- The Norfolk Herald states that a paper, signed by over 800 persons in the city of Portsmouth, has been sent to Messrs. Holladay and White, delegates from Norfolk county, requesting them to "stand by the Union until the last link is broken, " and that one equally as large has been sent to General Geo. Blow, delegate from Norfolk, with the same request.
Norfolk Herald (search for this): article 25
Political. -- The Norfolk Herald states that a paper, signed by over 800 persons in the city of Portsmouth, has been sent to Messrs. Holladay and White, delegates from Norfolk county, requesting them to "stand by the Union until the last link is broken, " and that one equally as large has been sent to General Geo. Blow, delegate from Norfolk, with the same request.
George Blow (search for this): article 25
Political. -- The Norfolk Herald states that a paper, signed by over 800 persons in the city of Portsmouth, has been sent to Messrs. Holladay and White, delegates from Norfolk county, requesting them to "stand by the Union until the last link is broken, " and that one equally as large has been sent to General Geo. Blow, delegate from Norfolk, with the same request.