Staunton Spectator: March 4, 1857Go To Page : 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
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Correspondance of the Spectator
(Column 4)Summary: Report from Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. Also South Carolina, AlabamaSpeech of the Hon. John Letcher on Virginia in the House of Representatives
(Column 5)Summary: Conclusion of speech printed in 2/25/57 SS. About Virginia and its products etc. Also questions
Description of Page: Letcher speech continued in col. 1. Print on top of page is too faint to read.
Rev. Wm. G. Campbell
(Column 2)Summary: Rev. Campbell has been offered a position at a female seminary in NC. Article also notes that he has several properties for sale.The Infanticide Case
(Names in announcement: Rev. W. G. Campbell)
(Column 3)Summary: Dead infant reported last week was not the child of a white woman, but the child of a mulatto.For the Spectator; To Kate Kareless
(Column 5)Summary: Response to Kareless letter in 2/25 issue, suggesting women run the town. Mostly illegible; print is too faint.
Trailer: WILL WOFFLENew Advertisements
(Column 7)Summary: List of new advertisements in Spectator. Probably same list as in 2/25/57 issue.For the Spectator
(Column 7)Summary: Letter expressing hope that Imboden and Christian not be permitted to retire from public service during this election year. Praises their service.
(Names in announcement: McChesny, Bolivar Christian, John D. Imboden)Trailer: Augusta; March 2d, 1857For the Spectator
(Column 7)Summary: Refers to a ticket in the Vindicator which incorporates Whigs Democrats, KnowNothings, also several religious denominations. Complains that there are no Baptists.
Trailer: Ellen Jane Elizabeth; [also two postscriptes]For the Spectator
(Column 7)Summary: Letter nominates John McCue to serve as State Senator from Augusta.
(Names in announcement: John McCue)Trailer: Citizen
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(Column 1)Summary: Henry, of Waynesboro to ?? on 2/25/57Died
(Names in announcement: Rev. W. T. Richardson, PrestonL. ??, Caroline C. Henry)
(Column 1)Summary: Hannah Waddell, of Waynesboro on 2/28/57Died
(Names in announcement: Hannah Waddell, Livingston Waddell)
(Column 1)Summary: Florence, 17 mo. died on 2/24/57 at the Institution for the Deaf, Dumb, and BlindDied
(Names in announcement: Florence Cabell, J. C. Cabell, Ann E. Cabell)
(Column 1)Summary: "a most worthy and respectable citizen," died on 3/2/57Died
(Names in announcement: Maj. David Summers)
(Column 1)Summary: Near New Hope on 2/24/57. Long obit, but print is very faint, hard to read
(Names in announcement: George Barnhart)