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Scottsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 7
Phenomenon. --The Scottsville (Va.) Register notices a very pretty phenomenon witnessed there on Wednesday morning last. It was nothing less than three suns, which are thus described: In addition to the regular rising of the "glorious orb of day," two distinct suns accompanied the main body; one of which moved in a Northerly course, whilst the other bore along in a southerly direction — both equidistant from the main body, which latter orbit pursued its wonted westerly route. After this trio of suns had reached an hour's height, the two (forming an escort as it were to the grand light to all earth,) gradually retired, when a beautiful rainbow, an emblem of peace, arched the heavens, a sight too grand for words to speak or minds to contemplate.--Thus closed the phenomenon, and our good people again went to work with some assurance that the world (if not the Union,) would still be saved, and "move on and keep moving" till the dawn of another day at least.