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The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Crops in
South Carolina. (search)
Richmond mounted Guard. --This company, which has been actively drilling for several weeks past, turned out, for the first time in uniform, on yesterday evening. It numbers 60 men, and is composed of well-known citizens, who have equipped, armed and organized themselves into a company for general purposes of defence. The officers are: Captain, John J. Werth; 1st Lieut., Hubert P. Lefebvre; 2d Lieut., P. Henry Aylett.
The Daily Dispatch: May 25, 1861., [Electronic resource],
District Attorney for Virginia. (search)
District Attorney for Virginia. --P. Henry Aylett, Esq., has been appointed and confirmed by the Confederate Congress as District Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. He hold the office when the Union was dissolved, resigning when Lincoln went to Washington.
The Daily Dispatch: August 23, 1862., [Electronic resource], The evacuation of
Visitors to the University of Virginia. --To supply the vacancy occasioned by the non-attendance for more than one year of George W. Summers, one of the Board of Visitors to the University of Virginia, and by the acceptance of office under the Confederate States Government of Roger A. Pryor and P. Henry Aylett, the Governor yesterday appointed in their stead as visitors Allen T. Caperton, of Monroe; J. Randolph Tucker, of Richmond, and Douglass H Gordon, of Fredericksburg. The board will hold a meeting on the 15th of September. The next session of the University bids fair to be a prosperous one.
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