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tant: Dr. Hodsden, the floater for Knox and Sevier, was brought into the Confederate Court yesterday, to answer a warrant for treason issued by the Attorney General, and agreed to give bond and security in the sum of ten thousand dollars for good behavior during the war and loyalty to the Confederate Government, and upon assuming to pay the costs of the case, a nolle prosequi was entered by the Attorney General, and the prisoner was discharged. In Taylorsville, the Court-House of Johnson, a few days ago, a pole from which the Confederate flag waved to the breeze, was cut down, but Mr. Butler informa us that this was the work of a lunatic named Samson Gress. The Union people of the town, he assures us, disapproved of the act. We trust there was no "method" in Samson's madness. Incidents at the bombardment of Fort Pickens The following extract is from a letter written by an officer on board the United States steamer Richmond, after the bombardment of Fort Pickens:
The Daily Dispatch: January 23, 1862., [Electronic resource], Small Por and Starvation among the Yankees — a feeling of safety — during Brover. (search)
cKenney, Neeson, Newlon, Newman, Pate, Robertson, Taliaferro, H. W. Thomas, C. Thomas, Whittle, and Wittten--25. Noks--Messrs. Alderson, Bales, Branch, Brace, J. Christian, Coghill, A. D. Dickinson, Douglass Finney, Garnett, Harvey, Isbell, Johnson, Logan, Lynch, Nash, Pennybacker, Quesenberry, Thompson, Urquhart, and Wiley--21. The Senate took a brief recess to allow time for the communication of the above resolution to the House of Delegates. At the conclusion of which, The billse was adopted. Mr. Pennybacker nominated John Randolph Tucker, of Richmond city. Mr. Early nominated James Barbour, of Culpeper. Mr. Douglass nominated William Ballard Preston, of Montgomery county; which was warmly seconded by Mr. Johnson. On motion, the Senate resolved to postpone the execution of the order of election, with the concurrence of the House, and make it the order of the day for to-morrow at half-past 12 o'clock. A message was thereupon sent to the House
onduct at the 10th ward polls. Lewis Mass, attempting to vote illegally. Daniel O'Neil, by order of Isaac Roberts, 8th ward. Edward Bemminger, uttering treasonable language. Lewis Gunsler, disorderly at the 9th ward. Clement Johnson, by order of the Judge. Daniel Gant, by order of Sergeant John F. Cock. Jullus S. Raborg, for polluting the ballot box, by voting a treasonable ticket. Edward Kerney, by order of H. Bayley. William H. Marsh, by order of o hours on the evening of the 10th inst. Among those who called on him at the Brevoo House was Gen. Robert Anderson. Robert Wilson, President of the Missouri State Convention, has been appointed by the Governor of that State to fill one of the vacancies in the Senate of the United States occasioned by the expulsion of Messrs. Johnson and Polk. In the Federal Senate, on the 16th inst. the contested seat in that body from Kansas was declared in favor of Jim Lane by a vote of 24 to 16.