hide Matching Documents

The documents where this entity occurs most often are shown below. Click on a document to open it.

Document Max. Freq Min. Freq
The Daily Dispatch: June 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
View all matching documents...

Your search returned 10 results in 4 document sections:

rockenbrough, 49th Va; N E Sigmon, co F, 38th N, Carolina. Christian and Lea's Hospital. Wm F Wise 1st N C; T W Bell, 38th N C; H F Edwards, N C; W R Macon, 34th N C; William Hobbs, 3d N C; J P Hood, 14th Ga; J T Creighton, 56th Va; Pickens Butler, 19th Ga; W J Willoughby, 19th Ga; O F Matthews, 28th Ga; J L Hubbard, 22d N C; John Sikes, 3d N C; T J Milligan, 16th N C; Francis F Mulder, 1st N C; J W Blackwell, 18th N C; J B Blaburn, 37th N C. Ligon Hospital. J W Pope, 49th N h N C; Lewis F Berry, 16th N C; John B Martin, do; Thos J Jefferson, 22d N C; S B Davenport, 1st N C; Geo Brickhouse do; Jas Smith, 19th Miss; Thos W Covington, do; John W Courts, do; Jas O Bambo, do; W A J Welch, do; S D Knapp, 12th Miss; Levi T Butler, do; Thos B Nunn, 2d Mississippi battalion; H M Perkins, do; J T Bentley, 5th Alabama battalion; John Ingram, 13th Ala; Jesse T Walden, 26th Ala; John Bentel, 14th La; Jas Murphy, do; Jas Boyle, do; Mike Furgeson, do; Levi Byrd, 44th Ga; Jas Stri
From Vicksburg--Count Mercier to sail for Europe — correspondence between foreign Consuls and Butler. Augusta, June 27. --The Jackson Mississippian, of the 23d, says that Porter's mortar facet was repulsed at Grand Gulf by light batteries. The enemy opened on Vicksburg, Saturday, for one hour. No injury reported. Col. Stone, late of the Memphis Appeal, says that Cincinnati papers of the 16th, contain a Washington dispatch, stating-that-Count Mercier had engaged passage to sail in the next steamer to that carrying out Lord Lyons. The report excited much sensation in Yankeedom. Gen. B. F. Butler has had a sharp correspondence with the British, French, and Greek Consuls relative to some sugar seized belonging to subjects of those countries, and to the oaths required of aliens. His language was coarse and pointed.
. Fluvanna County.--Palmyra: Smith 25, Flournoy 20. Price 39, Imboden 7. Guy 29, Massie 3. Scottsville, 10 o'clock: Smith 10, Flournoy 4, Munford 1. Twenty-fifth Va Battery.--Flournoy's ma- jority over Smith, 33 Munford received 4 votes. Imboden's majority over Price, 46. Caroline County.--Returns from Sparth, Oakley, Court House, and Pitts's, add up thus: Governor: Smith 153. Flournoy 55 Lieut. Governor: Imboden 114, Price 71. Congress Dejarnette 174, Barbour 18. Butler to the House of Delegates without opposition. Six precincts to hear from, which will largely increase majorities for Dejarnette and Smith. Thirteenth Va. Regiment.--Majority for Smith, about 170. Majority for Dejarnette, about 70. Greene County.--Governor: Smith, 251; Flournoy, 39; Munford, 11. Lieut Governor: Price, 46; Imboden, 240. Congress: Dejarnette, 125; Barbour, 158. Senate: Early, 68; Patton, 220. House of Delegates: Woolfolk, 121; McMullan, 144. Nottoway County.
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], Women and children sent from their Homes. (search)
Arrests. --The following arrests were accomplished by the city police on Saturday night and Sunday: Ann A. Thomas, for wandering about the streets in a deranged state; Charles C. Pedick, for stabbing and murdering an unknown man; Pickens Butler, for resisting the officers while drunk; Henry Lucas, for behaving disorderly on the street while drunk; Samuel Kennedy, for behaving disorderly in the house of Mrs. Jane Edwards, and resisting and throwing a tumbler at officer J. D. Perrin, who endeavored to stop him; Delia Norvel, as a woman of ill fame, and for occupying a private box in the Theatre, act apart for the accommodation of decent people; and Martha Edwards and John C. Thongpen, for associating with Norvel. The two females gave bail for their appearance before the Mayor this morning; Edward Boseman, a free negro, was caged yesterday evening for stealing a gold watch, worth $200, of Benjamin, slave of N. A. Ragland; the man Charles Pedrick was arrested for stabbing, about fou