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The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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en enemy. Bink of Virginia--Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Philadelphia, alien enemies. Edward M. Kerr — William J. Kerr, alien enemy. John and James Turner — New York and Richmond Coal Co., alien enemies. Bank of Virginia--Mary Chew, alien enemy. Farmers' Bank of Virginia — Isaac G. Peck alien enemy. Bank of Virginia--David Waring, otherwise called David Visels, of Scotland, alien enemy. Richard G. Morries — Chas. M. Fry, Chap man J. Leigh, and Overton M. Prien enemy. Lymon, Sears & Co., alien enemies. Henderson & Triekels, alien enemies. Atwood & Co., alien enemies. Catlin, Leavitt & Co., alien enemies. Chas.E. Triekels, alien enemy. Fredericksburg Aqueduct Company — Mary Chew, alien enemy. Fredericksburg Aqueduct Company — Julia M. Wood, alien enemy. Fredericksburg Aqueduct Company — Caroline M. Stanard, alien enemy. Barr and Ben. B. Alien--New York and Richmond Coal Company, and others, alien
burton's Court was in session yesterday, and a jury was summoned to try Cery N. Mun for forging a pay roll; but, on calling the case, it was found that some of the most material witnesses were prisoners in the city jail, and their attendance could not be secured without the aid of a writ of habeas corpus This contingency not being foreseen, the case was postponed until Wednesday, when it is expected to come off. In the case of the Confederate States vs. Julia W. Wood, and the same vs. Mary Chew, as alien enemies, (originating in the Fredericksburg district,) decrees were entered declaring certain negro slaves, in the proceeding mentioned, to be quartered, and ordering the sale of the same. The parties defendant are non residents of the Commonwealth Hustings Court, January 20.--The case of Sanderson, charged with robbing Michael Raffo, an Italian, of $47, reported yesterday, was concluded at a late hour last evening, by the acquittal of the caused. To-day, the Attorney