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The Hospital at Mason Hall Church, under the able and zealous care of Dr. Geo. W. Briggs, assisted by an efficient corps of ladies where valuable services are constantly rendered, is receiving a large share of the sick and wounded from Manassas into its large, cleanly, and comfortable rooms. The neat and comfortable hospital at Spring field Temperances Hall, in the same neighborhood, which enjoys the excellent attentions of Dr. John Knox, and the most abundant ministrations of a number of ladies and gentlemen, in also filling up from the same source.
Jail Physician appointed. --The County Court on Monday appointed Doctor John Knox visiting physician to the county jail.
Alderman's Hustings Court,Wednesday, March 11th. --Present, James K. Caskie, Recorder; R. D. Sanxay, Senator Alderman; James Bray. M. C. Lipscomb, Wm. W.Timberlake, John F. Regnault and John W. Beveridge, Aldermen. Twenty six jurymen were ordered to be summoned to appear to-morrow for the trial of the misdemeanor cases on the docet of this Court. Rules were awarded against Peter F. Brown and John Knox, Commonwealth's witnesses, for falling to attend against Martha, a slave, charged with felony A colle prosequi was entered in the case of Thos. D. Budgins charged with grand larceny. Charles E Kent was fined ten dollars and costs for permitting his slave, Mary Ann, to go at large and hire herself out contrary to law. David Preston and Philip W. Reynolds were examined for effecting on the 19th of February a burglarious einto the storehouse of David Epstin and Harris Brill, corner of Main street and Locust alley, and stealing several pairs of shoes, sundry r
ng organized by calling Mr. Miles Turpin to the chair, and appointing as Secretary Mr. Ro. E. Richardson. After a fervent and eloquent prayer by Rev. Dr. Edwards, the plan agreed upon by the ministers was submitted, discussed at length, and adopted. The following gentlemen were then elected permanent officers: President, Miles Turpin; Vice President, John M. Fergusson; Secretary, Ro. E. Richardson; Treasurer, A. Y. Stokes; Director for Trinity, Silas L. Johnson; for St. John's, Dr. John Knox; 3d Presbyterian, Geo. W. Allen; Leigh Street Baptist, Wm. Hayward; Union Station, Wm. Coulling. On motion, a resolution was adopted requesting the ministers of the several denominations there represented to take up collections at an early day for the cause in which they were engaged. The plan of organization being too long for our crowded columns this morning, we merely give a synopsis of it, hoping that it may serve as a basis for other societies of a like nature: Sect
The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Justices of the Peace exempt from Conscription. (search)
Church and Union Hill Humane Association. --Officers: Miles Turpin, President; John W. Fergusson, Vice President; Ro. E. Richardson, Secretary; Allen Y. Stokes, Treasurer. Board of Managers: Trinity M. E. Church, Rev. John E. Edwards and Silas L. Johnson; St. John's P. E. Church, Rev. Wm. Norwood and Dr. John Knox; Third Presbyterian Church, Rev. P. B. Price and Capt. George W. Allen; Union Station M. E. Church, Rev. Wm. H. Christian and Wm. Coulling; Leigh Street Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. Solomon and Capt. W H. Gordon. Remittances of money or provisions to any of the above-named gentlemen will be thankfully received and faithfully distributed.
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