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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 23, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ant now,) they award the merit of great generalship to Lee. European military critics always speak of Lee as the ablest soldier developed by the war on either side, and so far without his equal in the present armies of the old world. Stone wall Jackson commanded the admiration of the Yankees as well as of the rest of mankind. Even Beecher made him the subject of an elaborate enology. Beauregard stands high with the Yankees for his defence of Charleston and his admirable retreat from Corinth.ongstreet, Magruder, Hardee, and Polk Portraits of all these officers can readily be obtained at the bookstores in New York and Boston. At Frederick's show windows on Broadway, are displayed two splendid photographs, one of Lee and the other of Jackson. During my stay in New York I frequently met with photographs of our "Stonewall," displayed in public places. President Davis is thought to be a very able man, but O, so wicked! "If we had a man like Jeff Davis in the Presidential chair we wou
Police Arrests. --Augustus Jackson, a free negro, was arrested yesterday for carrying concealed deadly weapons. Officer Bibb yesterday arrested George H. Turner for stealing a box of tobacco from Wm. B. Jones & Co. Turner has just been liberated from the penitentiary, whither he was sent some time last year for stealing a box of tobacco from this same firm. He must have been under the delusion that they owed him a box of tobacco, and was determined to get even.
The Daily Dispatch: April 23, 1864., [Electronic resource], An examination in a "Subjugated."City. (search)
Mayor's Court. --There was no case of especial importance before the Mayor yesterday morning: Augustus Jackson, a free negro boy, was ordered to be whipped for firing a pistol in the street, and having in his possession two pistols believed to have been stolen. George H. Turner was sent on to the Hustings Court for stealing a box of tobacco from Wm. B. Jones &Co. This man was only about a month ago, pardoned out of prison, whither he had been sent for stealing a similar box of tobacco from the same firm. The evidence against him is as equally positive against him now as it was in the first case. Benjamin Wilson, a free negro, was ordered to be whipped for obtaining sixty dollars from James McDonald on false pretences.--It appeared that Ben. who is a back driver, went into Mr. McDonald's store on 12th street, near Main, in a great hurry, and represented that Miss Molly Johnson, one of Mc's best customers, was on Main street buying some flour, and had sent to ask M