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. W. Parks. wounded. Co. A. 1,Corporal Charles F. Hall, severely. 2,Private Joseph B. McClain, dangerously. 3,Private Henry C. Duly, slightly. 4,Private Benjamin W. Roberts, slightly. 5,Private Charles Burman, Jr., slightly. Co. B. 6,Corporal Elisha Eudaly, slightly. 7,Private Delany R. Shipley, slightly. 8,Private Washington Hunter, slightly. Co. C. 9,Capt. Jesse E. Hamill, slightly. 10,Second Lieut. Henry McMullen, slightly. 11,Sergt. Isaac Temple, severely. 12,Private Frank Brown, severely. 13,Private Baily Johnson, slightly. 14,Private Orlando Bridewell, slightly. 15,Private Jefferson Jewell, slightly. Co. D. 16,Private Francis M. Young, slightly 17,Private Ephraim Kester, slightly. Co. E. 18,Private John Delong, slightly. 19,George W. Eyestone, slightly. 20,Oscar F. Whitney, slightly. Co. F. 21,Corporal George W. Lowley, severely. 22,Private Iredell R. Allgood, slightly. 23,Private David C. Baker, slightly. Co. G. 24,Corporal James Martin, sl
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Maryland, State of. (search)
to 1835 Thomas W. Veazey1836 to 1838 William Grayson1839 to 1841 Francis Thomas1842 to 1844 Thomas G. Pratt1845 to 1847 Philip F. Thomas1848 to 1850 Enoch L. Lowe1851 to 1855 Thomas W. Ligon1856 to 1857 Thomas H. Hicks1858 to 1861 Augustus W. Bradford1862 to 1864 Thomas Swann1865 to 1867 Oden Bowie1868 to 1871 W. P. Whyte1872 to 1874 James B. Groome1875 John lee Carroll1876 to 1879 William T. Hamilton1880 to 1883 Robert M. McLane1884 to 1887 Elihu E. Jackson1888 to 1891 Frank Brown1892 to 1896 Lloyd Lowndes1896 to 1900 John W. Smith1900 to — United States Senators Name.No. of Congress.Term. Charles Carroll1st to 2d1789 to 1793 John Henry1st to 5th1789 to 1797 Richard Potts2d to 4th1793 to 1796 John Eager Howard4th to 7th1796 to 1803 James Lloyd5th to 6th1798 to 1800 William Hindman6th to 7th1800 to 1803 Robert Wright7th to 9th1801 to 1806 Samuel Smith8th to 13th1803 to 1815 Philip Reed9th to 12th1806 to 1813 Robert Henry Goldsborough13th to 15th1813
Mayor's Court yesterday. --Frank Brown, a youth, arrested some days since by detectives Reese and Weatherford, on the charge of obtaining money from Mrs. Jefferson Davis on a forged freight bill on the Southern Express office, was, at his own request, again conducted before the Mayor. Brown stated that he desired to make a statement, and was proceeding to do so when His Honor ordered him to bush, as he had already heard enough to know that, instead of its being likely to benefit his caseBrown stated that he desired to make a statement, and was proceeding to do so when His Honor ordered him to bush, as he had already heard enough to know that, instead of its being likely to benefit his case, it would greatly injure it. He was again committed to await other transactions which have not yet come to light. A free negro man, named Frederick Smith, was ordered fifteen lashes for using insolent and threatening language to a little son of Mrs. Brooks, near the corner of 4th and Canal streets. As usual in almost nine cases out of every ten, where the "upper ten" free negroes are arraigned for offences committed, and there can be no rebutting evidence brought forward, there was an arr
Hustings Court, yesterday. --Frank Brown, charged with obtaining money ($50, 35) from Mrs President Davis under false pretences, was led to the bar, and thereupon a nolle prosequi was entered by the attorney for the Commonwealth, with the advice of the Court. This course was pursued by the Court because of the youth (seventeen) of the accused, and in consideration of the fact that it had been arranged with the Secretary of the Navy that he should be apprenticed to the navy. The case of Benjamin Degroot, charged with exhibiting the game of taro, was continued till the next term.