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The Daily Dispatch: May 29, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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and Berkeley there is a close vote between E. L. Moore and A. C. Hammond. For the House of Delegates from Jefferson county most of the votes cast were for J. Y. Beall and Wm. Burnett, and from Berkeley county for Israel Robinson and Ro. W. Hunter. By Telegraph Lynchburg, May 28. --The vote in the city proper resulted as follows: Flournoy, 424; Smith, 165; Munford, 14. Price, 459; Imboder, 100. No opposition to Rives for Congress. Petersburg, May 28. --The election is progressing quietly. Kelley probably elected to the House. Collier has a large majority for Congress. The vote for Governor is divided. Smith and Munford run ahead of Flournoy. [second Dispatch.] Petersburg, May 28, P. M. --Polls closed. Collier 684, Gholson 242. A. M. Keily elected to House. Smith 535, Munford 176, Flournoy 160. Imboden 179, Price 406. Tucker 510. Partial reports from the counties adjacent indicate the re-election of Collier by a large majority.
Mayor's Court, Thursday, May 28th. --None of the cases before this Court to-day were examined into. Hosea Pitt, charged with behaving disorderly at the Theatre, was let off. The following parties were sent to jail for examination before the Mayor to-day, viz: William Perry and Jos. Young, charged with stealing a silk dress, one velvet cloak, one silk wrapper and calico dress, all of the value of $150, the property of Mary A. Smith; Jacob Freyfogle, for shooting and killing a youth, named George Leathers, in Screamersville, on Wednesday afternoon; Ann, slave of R. W. Brownwell, for stealing wearing apparel from Caroline, slave of R. F. Morris, of the value of $20; Susan, slave of Bridget Kelley, no pass and a supposed runaway; Mary F. Lilley, for injuring the infant child of Julius Schultz; Elizabeth Lilley, a free negro, for being unprovided with a certificate attesting her freedom, as required by law.