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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 6 0 Browse Search
the Rev. W. Turner , Jun. , MA., Lives of the eminent Unitarians 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: may 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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pal in three annual instalments. The following committee were appointed to make sale of the county bonds, viz: Jas. H. Cox, J. Hobbs, Augustus H. Drewry, W. B. Gates, James B. Jones and James McTyre The following committee were appointed to disburse the money to the volunteers, and to such of their families as might need it: District No. 1--J. Hobbs, E. Clarke, and William Garnett. District No. 2-- Edwin Williams, A. H. Drewry and Dr. J. Howlett. District No. 3--Silas Crasham, Samuel Taylor, and H K. Graves, District No. 4--Jas. McTyre, Haly Cole, and Wm Winston. District No. 5--Jas. H. Cox, L. L. Lester, and J. W. Pinchbeck. District No. 6--Jas. B. Jones, Jas. C. Howlett, and C. Talley. I have been thus particular in writing out the names of the different committees, in order to accomplish a two fold object: 1st, to draw the attention of the capitalists of the community to the county bonds as a safe and desirable investment of their funds, besides the aid they can fu
three Minnie balls in his body. Michael Davis had an ankle shattered. James F. Welch was badly shot in the foot. Several others were less seriously wounded. The house of Mr. Matthews received three bullets. One of his daughters was struck by a spent ball. Only one of the soldiers, John Dick, a German, has been recognized. Immense crowds of people filled the streets after the occurrence. The most intense indignation was expressed against the Germans (United States volunteers.) Mayor Taylor addressed the excited crowd, and induced them to disperse, under the promise that no further violence should be done. The city was comparatively quiet during the evening and night, a heavy rain storm preventing the of a large crowd. The State troops were released from the arsenal last evening, and came to the city on a steamer, fearing to trust themselves among the Germans of the lower Wards, even under escort. They all complain bitterly of bad treatment during their confinement a