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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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h the requirements of the ordinance relative to reporting the names of parties to whom their servants have been hired; after which, the court adjourned. Before Judge Halyburton, of the Confederate States District Court, several cases of habeas corpus, involving discharges from the military service, were called, but a further continuance being asked for by counsel, they were postponed. Nothing was done in Judge Lyons's Court, the docket having been gotten through with for the January term several days since. In the Richmond Circuit Court, Judge Meredith, in the matter of petitions for writs of Habeas corpus of L. H. Walke, Ed. M. Morgan, James Roane and James Pearce, praying to be relieved from service in Colonel Danforth's regiment, second-class militia, under joint resolution of the Legislature, the parties were thus brought into court, and, upon a hearing, bailed until the 4th of February next to await the decision of the Court of Appeals--R. T. Daniel for affiants.