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The Daily Dispatch: February 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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s. Brurly, J. A. H. Moore, and Johnsey Leaf. The Committee of Examination for the fourth year reported in favor of the following, who were elected to Elder's orders: S. M. Dickson. E. F. Heterick, S. H. Cummings, J. P. Chitlin, John W. F. Graham. Rev. Nelson Head, of the Virginia Conference, was introduced to the Conference. Dr. F. Howard, of Rockville, Md.: J. R. Carpenter of Washington city; John Woolfe, of Londona, local preachers, were elected to Deacon's orders. Also, Warner Cook, of Md., (colored) A letter from Henry Smith to the Conference was read. He is 97 years old; waits for his call to go home. He implores his brethren to act carefully, in brotherly love. The letter was referred to the Committee on Necessary Cases. The order of the day was taken up — the subject of division. Mr. Gilbert being entitled to the floor, remarked: His duty to God and the Conference urged him to speak. He spoke for no party. He believed that different sacrifices co
dress, valued at $10, and one bonnet, worth $5, from Thomas W. B. Davidson, was called to answer the accusation. The evidence proved the offence, and he was thereupon ordered to be whipped. William Wynant was called to answer the charge of unlawfully stealing one shawl from Mrs. Mary A. Wood. After an examination of witnesses the accused was sent on to the Hustings Court. Siana Campbell, free, charged with stealing $2,500 in money, a pair of shoes, and one gold watch, from Wm. A Wright, was called to answer the complaint. The testimony proving her guilt, she was sent on to the Hustings Court for further examination. A charge was preferred against John, slave of John B. Davis, of writing a pass for Carter, slave of Dr. Warner Cook, so as to enable him to escape to the Yankees. Ordered to be punished by his master. Dr. Howell Thomas was fined for depositing and permitting offensive matter to remain on the embankment on Marshall street near the Medical College.
For sale. --A very superior Cook, 35 years old, with her child, a boy three years old. She is honest, capable, and hard working. Inquire at Cary street jail. She has no superior as a cook. fe 13--eod8t