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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 13 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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n Alonzo Ridley, arrived in our city on the 31st ult. from Los Angeles, California: Resigned army officers. Gen. A. S. Johnston, a native of Kentucky, late in command of the Department of California, was commander of the Utah expedition, and whose likeness been spent in the service of the Government, and in hazardous duties, and in important and responsible trusts. Brevet Maj. L. A. Armisted, late of the 6th Infantry. Lt. A. B. Hardcastle, late of the 6th Infantry. Lt. E. B. D. Riley, late of the 4th Infantry. Lt. Francia Mallory, late of the 4th Infantry. Lt. A. Sheaff, late of the 4th Infantry. Lt. N. Wickliffe, late of the 9th Infantry. Lt. R. H. Brower, late of the 1st Dragoons. Citizens of California. Captain Alonzo Ridley, William R. Bower, Thos. Stonehouse, Hugh May, James D. Darden, James L. Parker, William H. Ceapilde, Cyrus K. Coleman, Calvin Poor, William Campbell, Joseph S. Chandler, George W. Gill, David McKenzie, Colonel Wm. M. Skinn
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --A names cases were disposed of by his Honor yesterday, a list of which we append: Riley, charged with drunkenness, was John, slave of Robert A. Mayo, was fifteen stripes for not having a pass, and in possession of a watch which he supposed to have stolen; Fred, owned by came party, was ordered fifteen for going without a pass; Miranda Buck, a graduate mer location; Jim, slave of Jno. Barter, stealing a watch from Harrison, slave of Thomas, was ordered twenty-five lashes; S Randolph, free, found in the city with Goe lnd papers, was committed; Jim Weth, fou here with a Fredericksburg certificate of freedom, was released on proving himself in Government employ; Joe, slave of Jefferson Porters, was ordered to be punished for trespassing on Thos. G. Peachy — Joe hid himself under Mr. Peachy's steps; case of Phila Shaffer, for beating Jacob Rich, was continue until to-day; John A. Faris acknowledge himself guilty of an assault on Zarah Barham, and w