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Richmond, and to impress upon them the full importance of the crisis, it is hereby ordered that all stores and places of business in this city be closed to-day at three o'clock P. M., and daily thereafter until further order, and the people be invited to meet and form organizations for local defence. They will be armed and equipped as fast as the companies are formed. By command of the Secretary of War. S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector-General. By order of the Governor of Virginia John G. Mosby, Jr., A. A. A. General. A great many rumors had prevailed throughout the city during the day, all placing the Federal force at about three times its actual strength. The city troops, as we may call the militia, rapidly armed, and in an incredibly short time regiments were assembled on the public square. While this gathering was going on another notice was posted, of which the following is a copy: my fellow-citizens, to arms.--I have just received a message direct from the highest
Mayor's Court, Saturday. --Huge McCarty, drunk, was left off. Jas. Doin, drunk and pointing a loaded musket at James McGes, admonished and 1st off. Albert, slave of Wm. Greanor, whipped for striking John G. Mosby with a stone. Wm. Roberts, free, ordered twenty lashes for assaulting Elizabeth Martin. Wm. Bolton, for abusing and threatening C. E. Weaver, gave security. Ann T. Hughes, charged with keeping a disorderly house, continued till the 29th. Edward Cunningham, acquitted of stealing $4.75 from Wm. Whipple. Adam Weaver, for threatening Benj Bolton, case continued to the 29th. Donald McCrady was required to give security for assaulting A. W. Trabus and threatening to kill Mary Trabue. The disturbance recurred on the basin.
The Daily Dispatch: June 29, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Yankee advance — a change of Base. (search)
of Richmond, and to impress upon them the full importance of the crisis, it is hereby ordered that all stores and places of business in this city be closed to-day at three o'clock P. M., and daily thereafter until further order, and the people be invited to meet and form organizations for local defence. They will be armed and equipped as fast as the companies are formed. By command of the Secretary of War. S. Cooper, Ad't and Insp'r Gen'l. By order of the Governor of Virginia. John G. Mosby, Jr., A. A. A. Gen'l. A great many rumors had prevailed throughout the city during the day, all placing the Federal force at about three times its actual strength. The city troops, as we may call the militia, rapidly armed, and, in an incredibly short time — regiments were assembled on the public square. While this gathering was going on another notice was posted, of which the following is a copy: My fellow-citizens, to arms! --I have just received a message, direct fr