Newspaper Clippings for
13 October 1860
The Millburn Fair.
We availed ourself of the pleasure of visiting the Fair at
Millburn on Wednesday last. What we saw there we fully expected
to have published in full this week, but being some what unwell on
Thursday from shouting over the glorious news from Pennsylvania
and Indiana, we did not feel able to write out such an account as
we would like. We have therefore concluded to defer it until next
week when we shall also publish the list of premiums awarded,
which was not received in time for this week's paper.
We learn that a fine Company of Wide-Awakes has been formed at
Millburn, of which Mr. B. F. Stedman is the Captain. The Company
numbers about thirty members and will be increased as soon has
additional uniforms can be obtained.
Good for old Millburn, she is always right.