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The Daily Dispatch: March 12, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Varina Davis, Jefferson Davis: Ex-President of the Confederate States of America, A Memoir by his Wife, Volume 2 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Varina Davis, Jefferson Davis: Ex-President of the Confederate States of America, A Memoir by his Wife, Volume 2, Chapter 43: visit to New Orleans and admission to Fortress Monroe. (search)
cordance with the programme arranged between Mr. Garrett and the counsel for Mr. Davis on May 1st, petition to the United States Circuit Court was presented to Judge Underwood, at Alexandria, Va., to grant the writ of habeas corpus. Judge Underwood issued the writ to Mr. Shea, who took it to Richmond and placed it in the hands of United States Marshal Underwood for service. The writ was served on General Burton, the commander of Fortress Monroe, by Marshal Underwood and Deputy Marshal W. A. Duncan, on May 10th. General Burton had previously received the following orders from Washington: War Department, Washington, D. C. May 8, 1867. Brevet Brigadier-General H. S. Bur-Ton, United States Army, or Commanding Officer at Fortress Monroe. The President of the United States directs that you surrender Jefferson Davis, now held and confined under military authority at Fortress Monroe, to United States Marshal or deputies, upon any process which may issue from a Federal court in the
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
ant L. L. Shaffreer, 2d Sergeant N. P. Barren, 4th Sergeant J. M. Ayers, Private E. M. Anthony, L. I. Anthony, J. M. Boon, J. W. Culley, J. M. Holt, Private E. C. Holt, B. W. Harrison, J. B. Isom, T. H. Jones, F. W. Kimbro, Reid McIntire, S. W. Troxley. Co. C. 1st Corporal Alfred Hopson, Private W. I. Bryan G. W. Collins, W. A. Davis, Private L. C. Glenn, W. R. Phillips, J. R. P. Raney, S. M. Snell. Co. D. Corporal J. P. Baker, Mus'n H. T. Jones, Private W. A. Duncan, J. C. Brooks, M. T. Clements, Private A. D. Tate, S. H. Statum, T. J. Anderson, J. B. Corn, J. P. Wiggins. Co. E. 1st Sergeant N. R. Martin, Private Wiley Sanders, Private J. N. Logan, J. T. Sanders, J. D. Martin, H. L. Greenlee. Co. F. Private Robt. Braden. Co. G. 3d Sergeant A. B. Hooper, Private J. H. Norvell. Private W. B. Jackson, Co. H. 2d Sergeant J. W. Adams, Private B. D. Craig, T. J. Craig, Private E. R. Dryden, J. C. C. Ewing. Co. I.
--The Alexandria (Va.) Gazette, of the 3d instant, has some intelligence of interest, of which the following is a summary. A municipal election took place on the 1st inst. The whole number of votes cast was 213. C. A. Ware, on the "anti-reform ticket," was elected Mayor. A long list of sales of property made under the direct law, on the 1st instant, is published. We give a few items: Office of the Virginia Sentinel and residence of R. M. Smith, assessed at $3,500, sold to W. A. Duncan for $1,750; house on Washington street, assessed to J. H. Lathrop at $500, sold to F. H. Pierpont ("Governor,") for $450; ten houses and lots were knocked out to one "L. E. Chittenden." The Gazette publishes extracts from the speech of Lewis McKenzie in the Yankee House of Representatives, on the contest by him for a seat in that body. He urges his loyally strongly — says he is and has been all the time a friend to the Government. "--"did all he could to prevent the rebellion agains