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The Daily Dispatch: may 17, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 24, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Hustings Court,my 16th. --R. D. Sanxay, Senior Alderman, presiding. The Court appointed the following Commissioners and Conductors of the election to be held on the 23d inst.: Jefferson Ward — Commissioners — Joseph Brummel, Anson Richards, E. A. Smith, Jno. J. Wilson, and N. B. Hill. Conductor — Reuben T. Seal. Place of voting — First Market-House. Madison Ward.--Commissioners — Jas. H. Grant, R. R. Howison, T. W. McCance, and T. R. Price. Conductor — Thomas U. Dudley. Place of voting — City Hall. Monroe Ward.--Commissioners — Thos. Barham, T. M. Jones, Thos. Boudar, Charles A. Powell, and Felix Mathews. Conductor — Andrew Jenkins. Place of voting — R. A. Lacy's Carpenter Shop, Broad street. Eliza Ann Johnson, free negro, was tried for remaining in the Commonwealth contrary to law. The jury found her not guilty. Frederick Thompson and Wm. Freeman, confined in jail awaiting the action of the Grand Jury, not having been indicted, were or
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.the county of Bath. Warm Springs, May 14. The Bath Cavalry, Captain Richards, left here to-day for the war. They numbered some seventy-five stout hearts, which animated stout bodies, and there will be no more hardy, resolute and patriotic soldiers than they in the approaching struggle for liberty. They were addressed in stirring speeches by Messrs. W. H. Terrill, of Bath, and Wm. Skeen, of Pocahontas. After the troopers left, immediate measures were taken to organize a rifle company, to march at an early day. Mr. Terrill made an effective speech in behalf of organizing this and another company. Bath will give a good account of herself. Her riflemen will throw away no ammunition. C.
The Daily Dispatch: October 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], Attack on the Charleston Railroad--Repulse of the enemy. (search)
roes as in the opinion of the chairman of the committee, and Superintendent of the Gas Works, may be advisable to secure labor for the gas works. The Committee on Light asked the Council to approve said resolution. After considerable debate the Council refused to adopt Mr. Scott's motion to postpone the subject until next meeting, and adopted the committee's resolution-ayes 8, noes 3, (Messrs. Scott, Epps, and Denoon.) Resolutions were adopted appropriating $30,000 to purchase negroes for the gas works; directing the Superintendent of Gas to furnish coke to the Lancastrian school; appointing Leroy A. Grant trustee of the said school, vice O. B. Hill, dec'd, and Miles Turpin overseer of the poor for Jefferson Ward, vice Anson Richards, dec'd. Mr. Talbott, chairman of the Committee on Oakwood Cemetery, made a report as to the number of interments therein for the year ending September last, amount received for same and mode of disbursement. On motion, adjourned.