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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.
The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1865., [Electronic resource], A runaway wife. (search)
A runaway wife. --John Johnson, of Washington city, appeared at the police station yesterday, and reported that his wife, Ann Johnson, alias Ann Wheeler, and two daughters, named respectively Delphine Lord and Emma Johnson, left Washington on the 25th of November, in company with one William Lord, taking with them fourteen hundred dollars in United States notes, a feather-bed, bedding, and a large quantity of clothing and furniture, all of which Johnson claims as his property. Mrs. Johnson is described as a woman of thirty-eight years, about five feet four inches in height, with very dark complexion, grey eyes and Roman nose. Lord was formerly a member of the United States Sharp-shooters. Any person having any knowledge of the runaway will confer a favor upon Johnson by leaving information with Major Croft.