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The Daily Dispatch: October 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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propeller were noticed off the bar blockading. A charge of treason Merged into misdemeanor. On the State docket of the Davidson county (N. C.) superior court the only case that attracted much interest was the Hilton case. Some two months since John W. Hilton was arrested on a charge of treason. When the Sheriff went to serve the warrant, Hilton made violent resistance, but was overpowered and taken before Judge Saunders, who sent him to prison. The acting Solicitor this week, (Levi Scott, Esq.,) as Judge Bailey remarked, very properly abandoned the charge of treason, and only put him on his trial for a misdemeanor in resisting an officer; whereupon Hilton, through his counsel, Messrs. Gorrell and Waddell, submitted, and the court fined him twenty-five dollars, and bound him in a bond of five hundred dollars to demean himself as a good citizen of the State and Confederate States. Extensive robbery in Charleston, S. C. On Thursday night last the house of Mrs. White,