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Virginia: --At Rules held in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for King William County on Monday, August 5th, 1861: William Taylor...In Debt. against Jos. H. Birdsall and Geo. W. Anderson, In Debt. The object of this action is to recover from the defendants, Joseph H. Birdsall and Geo. W. Anderson, the sum of $110.00, with interest thereon from the 1st day of January, 1861, due and payable unto the plaintiff, Wm. Taylor, on a bond of the said defendants, executed Wm. Taylor, on a bond of the said defendants, executed to said plaintiff on the 2d of January, 1860, for the sum of $110.00, and payable on or before the first day of January, 1861. And affidavit having been made and filed that the defendants, Jos. H. Birdsall and Geo. W. Anderson, are non-residents of this Commonwealth, the said defendants are required to appear here within one month after due publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect their interest in this suit. Teste: se 3--1aw4w* Wm. D. Pollard, D. C.
Virginia: --At Rules held in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the County of King William, on Monday, the 5th day of August 1861: William Taylor...In Debt. vs. Joseph H. Birdsall...In Debt. The object of this suit is to obtain from the defendant, Joseph H. Birdsall, satisfaction for the amount due and payable unto the plaintiff, Wm. Taylor, on a bond executed by the said defendant to the said plaintiff for the sum of $120, payable on demand, and bearing date Jhe plaintiff, Wm. Taylor, on a bond executed by the said defendant to the said plaintiff for the sum of $120, payable on demand, and bearing date January 1, 1861. And affidavit having been made and filed that the defendant, Joseph H. Birdsall, is a non-resident of this Commonwealth, the said defendant is required to appear within one month after due publication of this order, and do what is necessary to protect the interest in this suit. Teste: Wm. D. Pollard, D. C. se 3--1aw4w*
isoners were arrested in the knobs, each armed with gun; pistol, and bowie-knife, and taken to the Watauga bridge. They will probably be brought to Knoxville during the week, to be tried before the Confederate Court. The rebellion in Carter and Johnson counties may be said to be crushed out. The following are the names of some of the prisoners captured: Ham. Smith, formerly Representative from Carter and Johnson;--Heiton, merchant at Elizabethton; two Donglasses, and two Hyders. Wm. Taylor, a Southern-Rights man, was wounded, while returning from the expedition, by a Lincolnite bushranger. From Gen. Floyd's command — Hard fighting and safe Retreat. In Wednesday's Dispatch appeared a telegraphic dispatch from Lynchburg, stating that the Republican would publish a letter from Gen. Floyd's camp, denying that he had been cut off or suffered any disaster. The following is a copy of the letter referred to. It will be seen that Gen. Floyd has been all the time gallantly f
f this district, by the death of our late distinguished Representative, John Tyler, we request you to announce yourself as a candidate to fill it. Very respectfully, your ob't serv'ts, Wm. G. Crenshaw, Thos. W. Doswell, E. T. Winston, Wm. Taylor, John Ahern, C. Stebbins, Jos. Doerflinger, and many others. Richmond, Jan. 22, 1862. To Messrs. Wm. G. Crenshaw, Thomas H. Doswell, E. T. Winston, Wm. Taylor, Jno. Ahern, C. Stebbins, Jos. Doerflinger, and others: Gentlemen: bins, Jos. Doerflinger, and many others. Richmond, Jan. 22, 1862. To Messrs. Wm. G. Crenshaw, Thomas H. Doswell, E. T. Winston, Wm. Taylor, Jno. Ahern, C. Stebbins, Jos. Doerflinger, and others: Gentlemen: Your note of this date, requesting me to announce myself as a candidate for Congress, has just been received, and, in compliance with your request, with many thanks for your kindness, I now announce myself a candidate. Most respectfully, yours, ja 23--2t* James Lyons.
, 10; Ginter, Alvey & Arents, 10; Cash, 5; E. B. Spence, 5; W. Ira Smith, 20; Cash, 2; W. H. richardson, 5; W. B. Isaacs, 5; A. Morris, 10; Samuel J. Harrison, 5; Major McClelland, 5; W. G. Ferguson 5; Johnson & Otey, 30; J. R. Winston, 2; Cash, 50 cts.; W. S. Triplett, 10; Lee & Dunham, 5; Cash, 5; W. B. Jones & Co., 5; S. M. Price & Co., 5; E. Worthan & Co., 10; W. Brent, 10; Franklin Stearns, 50; R. H. Maury & Co., 20; W. Palmer, 10; R. J. Christian, 3; H. M. Smith, 5; Thomas Jones, 10; Wm. Taylor, 5; Cash, 1; A. Craig, 5; Moses Mortimer, 4; C. Crew & Son, 5; Knowles & Walford, 2; S. Sutherland, 5; John Enders, 10; T. W. Doswell, 10; James Ellett, 5; Ritchie & Dunnivant, 10; Cash, 1.50; J. P. Jones, 5; A. Antoni, 5; Cash, 2; H. K. Ellyson, 10; B. Wood, 5; Moses Ellyson, 2; C. A. Purcell, 10; Ellett & Drewry, 25; W. H. Powers, 10; Cash, 5; W. Byrne, 50; C. Cranz, 10; H. & P. 5; E. T. Robinson, 5; Dr. R. Harrison, 5; Joseph Barlow, 5; E. Monteiro, (from New Orleans) 50; T. K. Lyon, 5;
ished Representative, John Tyler, we request you to announce yourself as a candidate to fill it. Very respectfully, your ob't servants, Wm. G. Crenshaw, John Abern, Thos. W. Doswell, C. Stebbins, E. T. Winston, Jos. Doerflinger, Wm. Taylor, and many others. Richmond, Jan. 22, 1862. To Messrs. Wm. G. Crenshaw, Thomas W. Doswell, E. T. Winston, William Taylor, John Ahern, C. Stebbins, Joseph Doerflinger, and others: Gentlemen: Your note of this date, requesting me tolinger, Wm. Taylor, and many others. Richmond, Jan. 22, 1862. To Messrs. Wm. G. Crenshaw, Thomas W. Doswell, E. T. Winston, William Taylor, John Ahern, C. Stebbins, Joseph Doerflinger, and others: Gentlemen: Your note of this date, requesting me to announce myself as a candidate for Congress, has just been received, and in compliance with your request, with many thanks for your kindness, I now announce myself as candidate. Most respectfully, yours, ja 28--2w* James Lyons.
Ranaway--$10 reward. --Left the some of Mr. G A W. Taylor, on the 19th inst, a negro boy by the name of Jim, (very black.)--He has been seen in the last day or two walking about the streets in company with other boys.--Jm was last year to M. T. Cook, Esq. The reward will be given if in brought to me. B. D. Eacho. 14th st., near Exchange Hotel. mh 24--2t
ater Works: James L. Davis225324372 Superintendent of Gas Works: John J. Fry224324365 Superintendent of Streets: Washington Gill224124176 G. H. Epps22410138 High Gonstable: Geo. A. Freeman218324366 City Ganger: Richard Fox221321363 Grain Measurer: Henry Davis221332368 Manager Poor-House: Jno Pearce223322364 Captain Night Watch: J. B. Pleasants13180153 L. M. Carter6295107 Richard Reins21148109 L. M. Jude13511 A. Jenkins00001 Jefferson Ward.--Hustings Court--A. F. Picot 210, Wm. Taylor 216, N. M. Lee 186, E. A. J. Clopton 214, Richard D. Sanxay 214; scattering 32. Council — R. O. Haskins 214, N. B. Hill 212, James M. Talbott 218, W. H. Richardson 166, A. Y. Stokes 164, R. J. Christian 91, J. H. Greanor 19, Luther Libby 5. Madison Ward.--Hustings Court--James K. Caskie 302, James Bray 319, Geo. N. Gwathmey 317, Wm, B. Smith 203, John Purcell 216, Samuel S. Cottrell 103, J. E. Burress 98. Council — D. J. Burr 313, Geo. K. Crutchfield 317, P. R. Grattan 311, J. A. Sc
mpany A, 37th Va Reg't. J R Quillan, Company D, 37th Va Reg't. H D Danforth, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. Wm H Light, Company D, 2d Va Reg't. James P Jones, Company A, 2d Va Reg't. S W Clay, Company I, 42d Va Reg't. E B Taylor, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. Albert Durham, Company C, 4th Va Reg't. James Mully, Company S, 4th Va Reg't. J J Counts, Company C, 37th Va Reg't. John Carnahan, Company E, Irish Brigade. W T Rutherford, Company H, 2d Va. Reg Reg't. James D Bickett, Company D, 27th Va Reg't. D J Shepherd, Company I, 2d Va Reg't. Wm Reid, Company H, 2d Va Reg't. G H C Backhouse, Company A, 2d Va Reg't. John N Dowdy, Company D, 42d Va Reg't. Jas A Robertson, Company B, 37th Va Reg't. Henry V Picot, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. Somerville Gray, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. C E Taylor, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. R M Tabb, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. R M Fletcher, Company G, 37th Va Reg't.
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday, Louisa Jenkins, free negress, was committed for trial for stealing $100 worth of clothing from Captain John Thompson.--Wm. Taylor, arraigned for threatening personal violence to Frances Peppercorn, was discharged.--Thaddeus Scott. was examined and sent on for examination before the Hustings Court, for stealing forty-four dollars and fifty cents from William H. Gentry.--William Reynolds was remanded for indictment for a violent assault on Benedict Simon.--Case of Wm. Irwin, white lad; for stealing $29 from some unknown person, was continued.--Sally, slave of S. S. Cottrell, was acquitted of using abusive language to Jules Benedict.--Mr. Wm. J. Irving was summoned up because of his son's having cut the bark of some of the trees on Capitol Square. The case was dismissed.
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