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The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The following navy lieutenants, recently from the East India squadron, were consigned to Fort Warren to-day, charged with disloyalty; Wm. T. Glassel, of Virginia; Alexander M. DeBrae, of Virginia; Julian Myers, of Georgia; and Dulancy A. Faust, of Maryland. Released from Fort Lafayette. The New York Herald, of the 7th inst., says: The following prisoners were released from Fort Lafayette on taking the oath of allegiance: B T. Thomas, W. F. Carto, James Hall, George Forrest, Isaac Nelson, and Wm. Hunt. The pursuit of the Privateer Sumter. A telegraphic dispatch from Boston, December 6th, says: The British mail steamer from Martinique, November 11, arrived at St. Thomas November 13, and reported the Sumter at Martinique. The Iroquois got up steam and started in pursuit. Appointment of a resident Agent at port Royal — further advance in Cotton, &C. From the New York Herald, of the 7th inst., we extract the following: Lieutenant-Colonel Reynol
justice to the ladies of Columbus to say that they offered to furnish comfortable beds and bedding for us, but were denied the privilege by the Commandant, because, he said, it was not permitted by the orders.--When these kind-hearted ladies visited us in our vile prisons, and beheld our wretched condition, they involuntarily burst into tears. They gave us all they were permitted to bestow — their sympathy and tears. Among the prisoners were, from Maysville, Ky., Hon. R. H. Stanton, Isaac Nelson, W. B. Casto, Mr. Thomas, John Hall, A. D. Hunt, and George W. Forrester, proprietor and editor of the Maysville Express; also, Lt. A. O. Brummel of the Confederate Army, from Richmond, Va.; Colonel Ferguson and Henry Martin, from Western Virginia, and quite a number of other officers from that State, who were in rags. I cannot attempt to enumerate the names of other gentlemen. Judge J. R. Curry, Judge of the Harrison County Court; Perry Wherret, Clerk of the same court, and W. B. G
tant Episcopal Church. The Speaker (Mr. Kemper) in the Chair. On motion of Mr. George, the concurrent resolution reported from the Senate, providing for a recess of the General Assembly, was amended by striking out the second day of January, and inserting the first Monday of January as the day of re-assembling. The Speaker laid before the House a communication from S. M. Shafer, resigning his position of Delegate from the county of Berkeley. Received and laid on the table. Mr. Nelson offered a resolution, instructing the Committee on Courts of Justice to inquire into the expediency of so amending the laws concerning land titles as will more effectually protect the right of the loyal citizens of this Common wealth against the claims of alien enemies. Adopted. Also, a resolution providing for the appointment of a committee of seven to inquire what action, if any, should be taken by the House to encourage the manufacture of salt from sea-water. Adopted. Mr. Basker