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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1863., [Electronic resource], A conflict in Alabama between the Civil and military Authorities. (search)
, a few days since, on account of the military resisting a writ of habeas corpus issued by Judge Fitzpatrick in behalf of a man named John D. Rhodes. It seems that Rhodes had been enrolled as a conse his unwillingness to do so. Thus the matter rested for some time, when, a few days since Judge Fitzpatrick issued a writ of habeas corps at the instance of Rhodes's counsel. The writ was served onded. After Court adjourned, an armed guard, under orders from Col. Morehead, arrested Judge Fitzpatrick and took him in custody, as was afterwards alleged by the Colonel, for interfering with on (Rhodes,) the person whom he had consented to have in Court next day. After several hours Judge Fitzpatrick was released. Next morning the prisoner appeared and the trial progressed, ending in graphed to Col. Morehead disapproving his course. Gen. Pillow, upon learning the facts, also wrote to Col. Morehead, disapproving his proceedings, and particularly the arrest of Judge Fitzpatrick.