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The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 18 0 Browse Search
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Court of Appeals. --The Supreme Court of Appeals is now in session in this city. The Judges present are John J. Allen, Wm. Daniel, R. C. L. Moncure and John J. Robertson. We learn that Judge Lee is detained at home by sickness.
Caperton; 13th, Mr. Hopkins. For the State at large, Messrs. Robertson and Haymond. Secession of Mississippi.--The Speat for support of Government. The National Crisis.--Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, asked leave of the House before proceedin business,) which claimed our immediate attention. Mr. Robertson said, if the objection to his resolutions arose from a o a civil war, or any sympathy with such a strife. Mr. Robertson said he had prepared the resolutions since the House ase parties now in Fort Moultrie. The resolutions of Mr. Robertson, after further debate, were finally referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Robertson, Yerby, Bass, Christian, Anderson, Magrader of Albemarle, Smith of Taylor, Wittelow the reading of a report from the select committee. Mr. Robertson, the chairman, presented the following series of resoluy Messrs. Seddon, Kemper and others, and supported by Messrs. Robertson, Newton and others, and carried in the affirmative by