EvidenceCollection: The Philadelphia Inquirer

October 15, 1833

Waters Flowing Into the Canal

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.– The Alexandria Gazette of Monday says– “whilst we are writing, the waters of the Potomac above Harper’s Ferry, are silently flowing into the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Passing the long contested Point […]
September 12, 1832

Workmen Fleeing Harpers Ferry

CHOLERA INTELLIGENCE.MARYLAND.– Baltimore, Sept. 10: The Board of Health report for the 24 hours ending at 10 o’clock, 23 deaths by cholera–eleven white and twelve colored persons: during the week the total number of deaths by […]
March 19, 1830

Cox implicates seven individuals in murder plot.

We learn by a letter from Washington, dated 16th March, that Cox, who recently shot Col. Dunn, superintendent of the public armory at Harpers’ ferry, has recently made a confession, in which he has implicated seven […]