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The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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n accordance with the above instructions, Col. Ludlow has ordered Mr. Wood to return; and he will probably return on board of the Metamora, which proceeds to Aikin's Landing this morning with a number of released rebel prisoners. In July General Thomas was appointed commissioner for the exchange of prisoners under the cartel arranged by General Dix, on the part of the U. States, and Howell Cobb, on the part of the rebels. But owing to the multifarious duties of General Thomas he could not General Thomas he could not give his undivided attention to this subject, and Brig. Gen. Stoneman having been detached as chief of cavalry from General McClellan's staff, ordered to act in his stead. On the death of Gen. Kearney, however, Gen. Stoneman was appointed to a superior command, and since that time Colonel Ludlow has acted as commissioner, to the satisfaction of all concerned. Col. Ludlow, being an eminent jurist, did not allow the rebels to gain any advantage over him, and confined them strictly to the provisi
for stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel from another darkey, and being found guilty, was ordered 20 lashes. The Grand Jury re-assembled (G. W. Smith foreman,) and indicted the following parties, viz: Peter Lawson and Wm. Lawson, for tumultuously making an affray by beating Emanuel Raymond, in the 3d Market, all the parties being butchers; George Saunderson, for obstructing and resisting Jas R. Crafton and Wm. E. Orange; Watchmen, in the discharge of their duty as such; Frederick Thomas, keeping a disorderly and ill governed house in Henrico county, within a mile of the corporation line; Wm. O'Brien, for attempting to commit the crime of burglary by entering Wm. H. Stewart's house; James Pearson, assaulting and beating Arthur B. Sadler; Wm. M. Miller, violently assaulting and beating Macduff Liggon; Aaron Jones, for resisting and obstructing B. M. Morris, a police of Richmond; Thomas Grogan, keeping a disorderly tippling house in Hughes's Row, 17th st; James E. Ellett,
e city jail, and to pay the costs. John Hopkins, a boy, was tried on the charge of picking the pocket of Bill, slave of John O. Taylor, of $14, and was acquitted. Henry Harris, for permitting his slave, Martha, to go at large, was fined ten dollars and costs. The case of Selle Jones, for keeping a disorderly house, etc, was continued until to-day. Rules were awarded against Hector Davis, Bartholomew Graves, and E. H. Stokes, witnesses in the case, for non-attendance. Capiases were awarded against Dick Duff, Julius Sholly, Geo. W. Nelson, and Fred. Thomas, for breaking out of the city jail. These parties are under indictment for misdemeanor for breaking out. A capias was also awarded against R. D. Mitchell for an assault. James C. Ellett was tried for forestalling the 2d market, by buying fifty pounds of butter at the market-house to sell at his grocery at an advanced rate. The jury were unable to agree, and were discharged until this morning at 11 o'clock.