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The Daily Dispatch: February 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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. Benj. H. Harrison. Caroline Troop--Capt. George. Amelia Troop--Capt. S. S. Weisiger, Lieut. Chas. R. Irving, Lieut. J. M. Gills. New Kent Troop--Capt. Melville Vaiden, Lieut. Geo. T. Brumley, Lieut. Telemachus Taylor. Goochland Troop--Capt. Julian Harrison, Lieut. T. P. Hobson, Lieut. Geo. F. Harrison. Powhatan Troop--Lieut. Com'g John F. Lay, Lieut. Chas. Old, Lieut. T. P. Skipwith. King William Troop--Capt. Beverly B. Douglas, Lieut. Wm. Gregory, Lieut. W. V. Croxton, Lieut. Thos. Gregory. Surry Troop--Capt. T. W. Taylor, Lieut. Wm. Allen. (We regret to learn that Lieut. A. was disabled by a kick from a horse on the way to Richmond.) A few members of the Essex Troop are here. The officers are--Capt. R. S. Cauthorn, Lieut. Aubrey H. Jones, Lieut. Wm. Oliver. To-day the scene at Camp Lee will be magnificent. The 1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers will be present, with their splendid band and drum corps, and we urge the ladies and gentlemen of Richmond to go a
Stabbing. --At Chesterfield Court-House, on Monday, a man named John Wood was severely stabbed by Thomas Gregory. The affray originated in an old quarrel, and Wood is said to have been the aggressor. He is a young and athletic man, and the nephew of Gregory. The knife entered Wood's side and penetrated the cavity of the c and Wood is said to have been the aggressor. He is a young and athletic man, and the nephew of Gregory. The knife entered Wood's side and penetrated the cavity of the chest, producing what was considered a fatal wound. Gregory was arrested and examined, and the evidence showing that he acted in self-defence, he was acquitted. and Wood is said to have been the aggressor. He is a young and athletic man, and the nephew of Gregory. The knife entered Wood's side and penetrated the cavity of the chest, producing what was considered a fatal wound. Gregory was arrested and examined, and the evidence showing that he acted in self-defence, he was acquitted.