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National DemocratichiTicket for 1860.for president,Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois.for president,Herschel V.Johnson, of Georgia. Electors. 1st. Dist.--Gorge Blow, of Norfolk City. 2d. Dist.--Henry L. Hopkins, of Petersburg. 3d. Dist.--Jonathan B. Stovall, of Halifax. 4th. Dist.--James Garland, of Lynchburg. 5th. Dist.--Ben. F. Randolph, of Albemarle. 6th. Dist.--James H. Cox, of Chesterfield. 7th. Dist.--J B. Allworth, of Accomac. 8th. Dist.--G. H. C. Rowe, of Spotsylvania. 9th. Dist.--George W. Brent, of Alexandria. 10th. Dist.--Israel Robinson, of Berkeley. 11th. Dist.--J. N. Liggett, of Rockingham. 12th. Dist.--D. H. Hodge, of Montgomery. 13th. Dist.--George W. Hopkins, of Washington. 14th. Dist.--C. J. Stuart, of Doddridge. 15th. Dist.--Wm. G. Brown, of Preston. Election on Tuesday, 6th November. no 2--2t
The Daily Dispatch: November 16, 1860., [Electronic resource], The British and American difficulty at Panama. (search)
Court of Appeals --The Supreme Court of Appeals, now in session in this city, have decided the following cases during the present term: Winfrey and wife vs. Christian. Argued by John Thompson, Jr., and Wm. Green for appellants, and August & Randolph and Johnson & Gulgon for the appellee. Decree of Circuit Court of Buckingham affirmed. Armistead vs. Garrett. Argued by James Lyons for appellant, and R. T. Daniel for the appellee. Decree of Circuit Court of city of Williamsburg, etc., affirmed. Petty john vs. Orange and Alexandria Railroad Company. Argued by James Garland for plaintiff, and Wm. Green for defendant.--Judgment of Circuit Court of Amherst reversed. Selden vs. Trevilian et al, and Lyons et al vs. Trevilian et al. Argued by Andrew Johnston for the appellant, in the first case, and P. R. Grattan and McFarland & Roberts for the appellees. The second case argued by A. J. for appellees. Decree of Circuit Court of Goochland reversed.
nter894 Andrew J. Kennedy33Thos. S. Isabel966 and. W. E. Kennedy12Thos. W. Isabel1488 Francis J. Anderson72Thos L. Isabel27 Walter R. Staples827Thos. J. Isabel264 Wm. R. Staples624James F. Massie90 W. R. Stables326I. R. Dunn500 Wm. Preston151Isaac R. Dunn160 James B. Newman447 John A. Newman510 John J. Newman429 John B. Newman402 Douglas ElectorsLincoln Electors. George Blow16,223Geo. Rev1,929 Henry L. Hopkins16,27John Wright1,929 Jonathan B. Stovall16,097R. H. Gray1,929 James Garland16,250Thos. Todd1,929 Benj. F. Randolph16, 186Joseph Applegate1,929 James H. Cox16,250Thos. J. Hewitt1,929 J. B. Ailworth16,250Joseph Bell1,929 G. H. C. Rows14,016John McLure1,929 Geo. W. Brent16,251Levi Pittman1,929 Israel Robinson16,241Wm. E Stephenson1,929 J. N. Liggett16,232D. W. Roberts1,929 D. H. Hodge16,103J. L. Freeman1,99 Geo. W. Hopkins16,224Jacob Hornbrook1,929 C. I. Stuart16,261S. M. Peterson1,908 Wm. G. Brown16,235G. D. Hall1,929 Scattering vote for Dougl
Decisions of the Supreme Court of Appeals. --The above Court adjourned on the 23d ult., to meet again on January 5th, 1861. The following decisions were rendered on the day of adjournment: Brown, &c., vs. Shoemaker, &c. Argued by James Garland for the appellants, and C. R. Slaughter for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Lynchburg affirmed. Hall's adm'rs vs. Hall and others. Argued by Con. Robinson and J. Alfred Jones for the appellants, and C. G. Griswold for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Gloucester county reversed. Sale vs. Sale's ex'or and als., and Sale's ex'or vs. Sale and others. Argued by John Thompson, Jr., for the appellants, and John O. L. Goggin for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Amherst county reversed. Reid's adm'r vs. Blackstone. Argued by Tucker & Patton for the appellants, and L. W. Taylor for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Fairfax county affirmed. Delk and others vs. Barbara
r. Argued by C. G. Griswold for the plaintiff, and R. T. Daniel for the defendant. Judgment of the Circuit Court of King and Queen county affirmed. Davis, Sheriff, vs. Commonwealth. Argued by Arthur A. Morson for the plaintiff, and John R. Tucker, Attorney General. on behalf of the Commonwealth. Judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond affirmed. Brown vs. Reucher. &c. Argued by Peachy R. Grattan, R. T. Daniel and L. J. Bowden for the appellant, and John O. Steger, Cyrus A. Branch and Wm. S. Peachey for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of the city of Williamsburg and county of James City reversed. Davis vs. the Commonwealth. Argued by James Garland for the plaintiff, and the Attorney General for the Commonwealth.--Judgment of the Circuit Court of Amherst county reversed. Holman vs. Hart. Argued by William Green for the appellant, and Charles R. Slaughter for the defendant. Judgment of the Circuit Court of Buckingham county reversed.
Supreme Court of Appeals, April 16th, Judge Allen presiding, and present a full bench. Medley us. Oliver — Appeal allowed from the Circuit Court of Halifax county. Layne es Morris Administrator — Argued by James Garland for plaintiff, and Macfarland & Roberts for the defendant. Judgment of the Gireouit Court of Amherst county reversed. Henry vs. Graves — Argued by Wood Houtdin and Geo. W. Read for the appellate, and Howard & Sands for the appealers. Decrees of the Circuit Court of Halifax affir
Decisions of the Supreme Court of Appeals. --Virginia & Tennessee R. R. Co. vs. Taliaferro. Argued by Tucker and Patton, Mosby & Speed, and C. R. Slaughter for the plaintiffs, and John O. L. Goggin and James Garland for the defendant. Judgment of the Circuit Court of Bedford county affirmed. White vs. White and others. Argued by R. T. Daniel for the appellant, and Barton & Herndon for the appellees. Decrees of the Circuit Court of Spotsylvania and Caroline counties reversed. The Farmers' Bank of Virginia vs. Kent, Paine & Co. Argued by Mosby & Speed and Wm. Green for the plaintiffs, and John O. L. Goggin and Thomas J. Kirkpatrick for the defendants. Judgment of the Circuit Court of Lynchburg affirmed. Mitchell vs. Moore and others. Argued by Arthur A. Morson and C. R. Slaughter for the appellant, and Peachy R. Grattan for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Bedford county reversed. West vs. Ferguson and others. Argued by Macfarland & Robert
f Alexandria county affirmed. Sallee's adm'or vs. Hendrick's ex'x — argued by Wm. T. Joynes for plaintiff, and James Alfred Jones for defendant — judgment of Circuit Court of Chesterfield reversed. The insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia vs. Smith — argued by Macfarland and Roberts and James Alfred Jones for plaintiff, and B. R. Wellford, jr, and Wm. W. Crump for defendant — judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond reversed. Howard vs. Holt — argued by James Garland for plaintiff, and C. R. Slaughter for defendant — judgment of the Circuit Court of Campbell county reversed. Bennett, auditor, &c, vs. Hancock — argued by J. Randolph Tucker for plaintiff, and C. C. McRae for defendant — judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond affirmed. C. S. District Court.--This Court will be in session to-day, when Judge Halyburton will deliver a decision in the famous case in which the French Government is interested, in regard to a
Sent on for examination. --The trial of H. H. Meredith, on the charge of bigamy, before the Mayor of Lynchburg, was concluded on Thursday last, after arguments on the legal points involved by Messrs. Goggin and Trible for the defence, and Major James Garland for the Commonwealth. The offence is alleged to have been committed in Bedford, and the prisoner was sent on for examination before the County Court of that county, his counsel waiving an examination before a single Justice. He was bailed for his appearance before the Court on to-day.
the discharge, had ever been on daily with the company. Testimony was also introduced to establish the genuineness of the paper upon which the discharge was claimed. A paper was also Introduced, signed by Major Otey, purporting to be a descriptive list of said Farley, and a receipt for him from Col. J. C. Shields, Commandant of Conscripts. The case was fully heard as an important one upon which a large number of others of a similar character depend, and ably argued for two days by James Garland, Robert Whitehead, and E. D. Christian, Esqs., for the petitioner, and M. II. Opink for the Government. Judge Marshall delivered an able and elaborate opinion in the case on yesterday, discussing all the points in issue. The Judge held that the substitution was illegal, irregular, and void; that the Lieutenant and Major signing were not in command at the time of signing, and, under the laws and regulations, had no authority to receive substitutes in the army; that the principal sh