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The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Federal
Congressman on the fight at Bull Run. (search)
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.affairs in Norfolk. Norfolk, Va., Aug. 3d, 1861. The trial of Claiborne Hughes, charged with killing Lieut. Adams, came up again yesterday. Bail was again denied him, and he was sent on to the Superior Court, in November. The doting mother and affectionate sisters and brother of the prisoner were present; but their deep anxiety could effect nothing in his behalf. A gentleman of the Alabama Regiment, of which the deceased was a member, in representing the Commonwealth, feelingly spoke of the dear friends and relatives of Lieut. A., among whom there is deep mourning to-day. The Richmond Grays were paid off yesterday. Luna.
In the Norfolk Hustings Court, Claiborne Hughes has been remanded for final trial, for the murder of Lieut, James H. Adams, Ball refused.
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The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Runaway.--
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Clothing for the soldiers. Camp near Centreville., Nov. 15, 1861. Editors Dispatch. I see, from your paper, that a record has been kept of contributions of winter clothing to our army. As a part of that record, allow me to state that Messrs. Hughes. Bryan & Dameron have lately reached here, from Wilkinson county, Mississippi, with $20,000 worth of blankets, overcoats, pantaloons, shoes, socks, woolen underclothes, &c., for three companies from that county; now in the 18th and 21st Mississippi regiments. The clothing was all made up by the ladies of the county, from wool grown, spun, and woven in the county the shoes from leather tanned there, and the blankets were principally from from the private bedding of the citizens. These gentlemen came to this place direct from Lynchburg, and therefore their report was not made to her sons in Richmond. Very respectfully, A. C. Holt.