Anti-Rent War article The New York Times July 25, 1866

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The Anti-Rent War Ended.
Albany, Tuesday, July 24
The anti-rent war is virtually ended. Two additional writs of ejectment have been executed, and several of the parties against whom writs have been issued expressing a desire to settle the claims against them, further proceedings will be delayed. The premises already seized by the military will be formally delivered to Mr. Church to-morrow, when he will place his agent in charge.
The military will be relieved from duty and return to this city to-morrow evening.
The New York Times July 25, 1866