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The Daily Dispatch: February 12, 1864., [Electronic resource], Expulsion of citizens from "Subjugated" towns. (search)
7th, 1864. Joseph Davenport: Sir --On account of your persistent disloyalty to the Government of the United States it has been decided to send you South, within the rebel lines. You are hereby notified to be at the railroad depot in time for the morning train to London, on Saturday next, prepared to leave permanently. As baggage you will be permitted to take your wearing apparel and the necessary blankets. You can also take some three or four days provisions. By command of Brig. Gen. Carter, P. M. G. E. T. J. S. Prechard, Aide-de-camp. In Huntsville, Ala., now in possession of the Federals, a circular was addressed to ex-Governor Chapman, W J McCalley, Joshua Beadle, Judge James H Seruggs, Dr J A Beaseley, Dr J C Spoots-wo d, Dr E L Antony, S W Harris, J J Fachler, Wm Acklen, and Geo P Beirne, as follows: Head'qrs 1st Brig 3d Div 15th Army Corps, Huntsville, Ala, Jan. 6, 1864. Sir: Will you please call at my office this P M., at 3 o'clock. J
The Daily Dispatch: February 12, 1864., [Electronic resource], Visit of a British officer to Fort Sumter. (search)
false pretences under which he disposed of the article. He was ordered to be whipped. James Doland and James B. Taylor, white men, were examined on the charge of being drunk and disorderly in the street. They were discharged. Sheffer Wiley, charged with being drunk and disorderly and assaulting a man named Davis with a slung shot, appeared to answer the accusation. At the conclusion of the testimony the Mayor remanded the accused to the Hustings Court. Betsy, slave of Mrs. Maria Carter, charged with stealing lard, sugar, flour, molasses, and wearing apparel from Mrs. Susan Renson, was committed to jail to answer the complaint this morning. The same time was set for the appearance of Jno. H. Hines, to answer the charge of complicity in the transaction. Tom and Jim, in the employ of the Confederate States, were ordered twenty lashes each for stealing wood. Frederick, slave of Mrs. L. Fore, was ordered to be whipped for stealing a lot of timber from West & Br
The Daily Dispatch: February 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], Gen. Jackson on the Qualification of an office Seeker. (search)
Major's Court. --The following subjects were before His Honor yesterday morning for adjudication: Jesse Eades, charged with stealing a pair of shoes from Hughes & Roane, was remanded for indictment before the Hustings Court. A negro woman, named Betsey, slave of Maria Carter, was ordered to be whipped, on the charge of stealing flour, sugar, molasses, and wearing apparel, from Mrs. Susan Senon. A free negro, named John H. Hines, was sent to the chain gang for being connected with Betsey in the same offence. The examination of witnesses in the case of Wm. H. Duke, charged with exhibiting the game of faro, was postponed till the 22d inst, and the accused held to bail in the sum of $5,000. Emily, a slave woman, found in W. H. Duke's fare bank, was examined and discharged. Robert Ashley, a free negro, charged with assaulting Betsey Freeman, a free woman, was discharged after a hearing of the testimony. Abner, slave of W. J. Ragland, appeared to answer t