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The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Confederate States District Court. --The Grand Jury, which met yesterday, is composed as follows: D. A. Wilson, Lynchburg, foreman: T. M. Keller, Wm Cox, Charlottesville; T. Brown Dean, Lynchburg; B. B. Moseley, W. J. Baker,. Norfolk City; James Jarvis, Portsmouth; J. W. Sener, B. E. Gill, Fredericksburg: Dr. R. T. Taylor, John W. Lane, Amelia; Egbert G. Lee, Powhatan; Dr. Thomas P. Atkinson, Danville; Wm. A. Armistead,Robt. A. Pollard R. H. Lorton, Wm. P. Ragland, Thaddeus B. Starke, E. M. Porter, A. M. Bailey, R. M. Allen, Peter D. McKinney, John H. Leftwich, Richmond. Judge Halyburton charged the Grand Jury as follows: Gentlemen of the Grand Jury: The 13th clause of the 7th section of the 1st article of the Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States, in pursuance of which you are now assembled, declared, in the exact words of the Constitution of the United States, that "no person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous crime, unless
The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], A card from Miss Joey Guggenheim--she refuses to play on Sunday . (search)
ment, it appears were taken, on board the steamer Huntress, by Captain Morris, who kindly offered to take them to Charleston, and arrived here yesterday. Their names are J. J. Burrows, A. B. Gaskin, J. J. Gaskin, F. A. Cooper, S. Maddox, J. P. Carter, Robert Mason, J. F. Eddy, W. S. Eddy, H. Buckles, J. O. Hudson, and one unknown, too sick to tell his name. He has been kindly cared for and sent to the hospital. Carolina Items. A number of families from South Carolina crossed the river yesterday and arrived in this city en routs for the up country. Messrs Pope and Baynard, who reside on Hilton Head, set fire to every building on their premises and their crops, leaving a mass of ruins behind them to fall into the hands of the enemy. General Lee and Captain Hartstene were at Pocataligo yesterday. The cizens of Beaufort have all deserted the town — the men for the army and the rest for the interior. It is reported the Federal fleet is moving up the river.