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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.50 (search)
adjutant, commissioned May 17, 1861. F. Miller, captain company K, commissioned May 30, 1859. John Dooley, captain company C, commissioned January 1, 1860. Wm. H. Gordon, captain company G, commissioned May 25, 1860. James K. Lee, captain company B, commissioned April 16, 1861. Joseph G. Griswold, captain company D, commissioned April 12, 1861. Thomas J. Boggs, captain company H, commissioned May 3, 1861. W. O. Taylor, captain company I, commissioned May 18, 1861. David King, first lieutenant, commissioned January I, 1860. F. W. E. Lohmann, first lieutenant, commissioned February 4, 1861. Wm. H. Palmer, first lieutenant, commissioned April 18, 1861. John Greanor, first lieutenant, commissioned April 24, 1861. S. J. Tucker, first lieutenant, commissioned May 14, 1861. John T. Rogers, first lieutenant, commissioned May 16, 1861. Wm. English, second lieutenant, commissioned April 12, 1860. J. W. Archer, second lieutenant, commissioned April 1
Not heard. --The charge against Thos. Flannigan, of stealing money from David King, was not heard yesterday, because of the absence of an important witness.
Congressional. Washington Dec. 10, --Senate.--The Senate agreed to continue the Standing Committees of last session. Mr. Sumner presented a memorial from Thaddeus Hyatt, asking aid for the people in Kansas. With relation to the select committee of thirteen on the President's Message, Mr. Powell, of Ky., urged its appointment. Mr. King, of New York, wished to amend Mr. Powell's resolution so as to read--" for the protection of persons as well as property in the United States, and inquire what legislation is necessary for the maintenance of the Federal power." Mr. Green, of Mo., was willing to amend the Constitution, as well as give power to the Executive to enforce the laws and maintain the rights of persons and property. He advocated a Federal police along the boundary line between the free and slave States, with power to arrest and return fugitive slaves. Mr. Powell's resolution was amended so as to strike out the portion inquiring as to the necessi
Small Affair. --A lad named Thomas Flannigan made his appearance before the Mayor yesterday, charged with stealing money from David King. Thomas, it seems, was caught with his hand in Mr. K.'s drawer, and handed over to the police. As the youth was quite small, and his morals were not likely to be improved by even a short sojourn in jail, the Mayor released him, on condition that he should be sent out of the State forthwith.
cant offices now exist in the company, which will soon be filled. The regiment now consists of-- Colonel, P. T. Moore; Lieutenant Colonel, Fred. G. Skinner; Major, John Dooley; Adjutant, Wm. H. Palmer; Quartermaster, Wm. G. Allan: Commissary, Henry Harney; Assistant Surgeon, Thos F. Maury. Company B--Captain, Randolph Harrison; 1st Lieutenant, Wm. Wirt Harrison; 2d Lieutenant James H. Cobb; Jr. 2d Lieutenant. T. Herbert Davis. Company C.--Captain. Wm. English; 1st Lieutenant, David King; 2d Lieutenant, James Mitchell. Company D--Captain, Jos. D. Griswold: 2d Lieutenant, George F. Norton; Jr. 2d Lieutenant. E. Payson Reeve. Company E.--Captain, Chas. K. Sherman; 1st Lieutenant, Wm. N. Barker; 21 Lieutenant. George W. O Jr. 2d Lieutenant, Wm. B. Maxwell. Company G.--Captain, Wm. F. Gordon; 1st Lieutenant, Frank A. Langley; 2d Lieutenant, Eldridge Morris; Jr. 2d Lieutenant, John McDonald. Company H--Captain, John H. Greaner; 1st Lieutenant, James. T. Vaugh
hat. Four o'clock.--A change in the course of the wind has bent the course of the fire towards Broad street. The Lutheran and Unitarian churches are now considered safe. The Cathedral seems now to be in exceeding danger. The buildings on the west side of Friend street, near the corner of Queen street, are burning fiercely. St. Andrew's Hall is on fire, and the noble spire of St. Finebar glistens with a splendor of portentous import. The occupants of houses on Broad street, beyond King, are moving their effects. Quarter-past five o'clock.--As the clock of St. Michael's tells the quarter, the Cathedral steeple has fallen with a tremendous crash, and the Cathedral is burning furiously; likewise St. Andrew's Hall — in fact, the whole of Broad street is on fire, from Mr. Gadsden's residence to Mazyck street. The residences of Messrs. Geo. M. Coffin, James L. Pottigru, and others, near by, are consumed. The flames have now crossed Broad street, and the wind has not lulled.
Ranaway.--$100 Reward. --Ranaway, on Monday, a Negro Boy, named Essex, about five feet eight inches high; black; stammers slightly; about twenty or twenty-two years old; weight about 150 pounds; formerly belonged to Capt. John Wright, of Plain View P. O., King and Queen county, Va. The above reward will be paid on his delivery to me at my office, in this city. He may be making his way to West Point, Va. He has a wife in that neighborhood. His upper teeth are dark, from tartar on them. oc 22--ts Benjamin Davis.
Cotton as King. It is very generally -mitted that our people have, with rare unanimity, underrated the skill and power of our common enemy as exhibited in the field. Have they not likewise underrated the abilities of Federal statesmen? Are we sure that we correctly comprehend the foreign policy of Seward? Is not that artful dodger dallying with Palmerston and Napoleon is pretty much the same way he dallied with some of our own officials? He determined to gain time on them in order to effect a revolution in their midst. He has succeeded. They have listened to his appeals, and relied on his promise to send forward all the cotton required to keep in motion their millions of spindies. They are doomed to disappointment. It will not take them long to discover the tolls this artful statesman has prepared for them. The development of events will be all-powerful to undeceive them. They are in the same halting, hesitating mood that possessed Virginia before she seceded from the l