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New York (New York, United States) (search for this): article 5
R. D'orsay Ogden Safe in Yankee Land. --From recent information received from the North, we learn that R. D'Orsay Ogden, the late manager of the Richmond Theatre, has arrived in the city of New York. It will be recollected that Ogden left this city about two weeks since via the Fredericksburg railroad route, and succeeded in reaching Milford depot before he was approached about a passport. It then turned out that he had none, and he was therefore placed under arrest, and the train started back to this city, having him on board; but a short while before reaching Bowling Green, and while the cars were under full headway, he jumped off and baffled all pursuit. As in the case of his escape from the city, no one will feel surprised at his safe arrival beyond our lines.
Bowling Green (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 5
R. D'orsay Ogden Safe in Yankee Land. --From recent information received from the North, we learn that R. D'Orsay Ogden, the late manager of the Richmond Theatre, has arrived in the city of New York. It will be recollected that Ogden left this city about two weeks since via the Fredericksburg railroad route, and succeeded in reaching Milford depot before he was approached about a passport. It then turned out that he had none, and he was therefore placed under arrest, and the train started back to this city, having him on board; but a short while before reaching Bowling Green, and while the cars were under full headway, he jumped off and baffled all pursuit. As in the case of his escape from the city, no one will feel surprised at his safe arrival beyond our lines.
Acme (Kansas, United States) (search for this): article 5
R. D'orsay Ogden Safe in Yankee Land. --From recent information received from the North, we learn that R. D'Orsay Ogden, the late manager of the Richmond Theatre, has arrived in the city of New York. It will be recollected that Ogden left this city about two weeks since via the Fredericksburg railroad route, and succeeded in reaching Milford depot before he was approached about a passport. It then turned out that he had none, and he was therefore placed under arrest, and the train started back to this city, having him on board; but a short while before reaching Bowling Green, and while the cars were under full headway, he jumped off and baffled all pursuit. As in the case of his escape from the city, no one will feel surprised at his safe arrival beyond our lines.
Yankee Land (search for this): article 5
R. D'orsay Ogden Safe in Yankee Land. --From recent information received from the North, we learn that R. D'Orsay Ogden, the late manager of the Richmond Theatre, has arrived in the city of New York. It will be recollected that Ogden left this city about two weeks since via the Fredericksburg railroad route, and succeeded in reaching Milford depot before he was approached about a passport. It then turned out that he had none, and he was therefore placed under arrest, and the train started back to this city, having him on board; but a short while before reaching Bowling Green, and while the cars were under full headway, he jumped off and baffled all pursuit. As in the case of his escape from the city, no one will feel surprised at his safe arrival beyond our lines.
R. D'Orsay Ogden (search for this): article 5
R. D'orsay Ogden Safe in Yankee Land. --From recent information received from the North, we learn that R. D'Orsay Ogden, the late manager of the Richmond Theatre, has arrived in the city of New York. It will be recollected that Ogden left this city about two weeks since via the Fredericksburg railroad route, and succeeded in reaching Milford depot before he was approached about a passport. It then turned out that he had none, and he was therefore placed under arrest, and the train starteOgden left this city about two weeks since via the Fredericksburg railroad route, and succeeded in reaching Milford depot before he was approached about a passport. It then turned out that he had none, and he was therefore placed under arrest, and the train started back to this city, having him on board; but a short while before reaching Bowling Green, and while the cars were under full headway, he jumped off and baffled all pursuit. As in the case of his escape from the city, no one will feel surprised at his safe arrival beyond our lines.