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The Daily Dispatch: August 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Meeting of Georgians. Richmond, Va., Aug. 24, 1861 A meeting of Georgians was held in the Senate Chamber of the Capitol to day, for the purpose of adopting measures to establish in Richmond a hospital for the sick and wounded Georgians in Virginia. The meeting was organized by calling Hon Howell Cobb to the Chair and requesting Martin J Crawford to act as Secretary. On motion of Hon. T. R. R Cobb, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That it is all-important that Georgia should have in this city a hospital for the benefit of the sick and wounded soldiers of that State, to be known as "the Georgia Hospital." Resolved, That an Executive Committee of four be appointed by the chair for the purpose of making suitable arrangements for said hospital, and to provide such other things as may be necessary to carry into full effect the foregoing resolution Resolved, That three of said Executive Committee be requested to remain in this ci
Habeas Corpus. --A man named Henry L. Martin was carried before Judge Meredith Saturday, on a petition asking to be released from imprisonment on the ground of illegal detention. Martin was arrested here a few weeks since as a suspicious character, having then lately resigned an office under Lincoln, which he held by virtue of taking a so-called oath of allegiance to that personage. A rumor prevailed here that his object in coming to Richmond was an office; hence his arrest. Judge Meremed Henry L. Martin was carried before Judge Meredith Saturday, on a petition asking to be released from imprisonment on the ground of illegal detention. Martin was arrested here a few weeks since as a suspicious character, having then lately resigned an office under Lincoln, which he held by virtue of taking a so-called oath of allegiance to that personage. A rumor prevailed here that his object in coming to Richmond was an office; hence his arrest. Judge Meredith refused to discharge him.