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to supply artificial limbs for all officers and soldiers and seamen who have been maimed in the service of their country, and to furnish such other relief as will contribute to the general object proposed. By the payment of ten dollars any person may become a member of the association. After the adoption of the Constitution, an election of officers took place, when the following named gentlemen were chosen: President.--Rev C K Marshall, D D, of Mississippi. Vice Presidents.--Hon James Lyons, of Va; Hon George Davis, of N G; Hon Geo Trenholm, of S C; Hon A H Stevens, of Ga; Hon R B Hilton, of Fia; Hon Benj Fitzpatrick, of Ala; Hon I G Harris, of Tenn; Hon E M Bruce, of Ky; Hon J B Clark, of Mo; Hon R W Johnson, of Ark; Hon Pierre Soule, of La; Hon Louis T Wigfall, of Texas. Treasurer.--Wm H Macfarland, Esq, of Richmond. Recording Secretary.--O F Weisiger, Esq, of Richmond. Corresponding Secretary--Dr. W A Carrington, Medical Director, C S A. Directors.--
The Trial of Forde. --The examination of witnesses for the Commonwealth in the Forde murder case was gotten through with in Judge Lyons'a Court yesterday. This morning the testimony for the defence will begin, after which the counsel for the prosecution and prisoner will commence their argument prior to submitting the case to the jury.
scription upon the ground of English allegiance, was further heard before Judge Halyburton, of the Confederate States District Court, yesterday. Mr. Aylett, Confederate States District Attorney, replied to Mr. Randolph, and will be followed by Mr. Lyons in reply. Mr. Aylett, for the Government, took the ground that the return of Major Peyton that Ogden was either a naturalized citizen or a domiciled foreigner liable to service, threw the burden of proof on petitioner. Nevertheless, he gas certificate until the Conscription law became imminent or until its passage, and that he was a legitimate conscript.--These were substantially the facts elicited. Some citations of law, not interesting to the public generally, were made. Mr Aylett's argument was occasionally tinged here and there with characteristic humor and some rather biting Irony. At its conclusion the further consideration of the matter was postponed till Saturday, when Hon James Lyons will close for the petitioner.
The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], Archbishop Cullen on the Fenian Brother, hood (search)
Hustings Court --Owing to the continued illness of a member of Judge Lyons's family he is still absent from the city, and no Court of Hustings was held yesterday. The first day on which he will be qualified to attend to business will be taken up in the disposition of N Tinsley, Pate's case, suing out from military service on the ground that he is a detailed conscript, and a member of a regularly enlisted body of soldiers in the Confederate States. The case was continued till another day.