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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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ilors of Bedford, the amount of their respective claims for imprisoning and keeping certain negro convicts hired on public works, who escaped and were apprehended as runaways and confined in the Bedford jail. The Charleston sufferers. Mr. Thompson of Dinwiddie offered the following resolutions, which were adopted: "Resolved, That the Senate tender their sincere sympathy to the suffering citizens of Charleston in the distressing circumstances to which they are reduced by the recent cause alike dear to us all-- "Resolved, That the Committee of Finance be instructed to inquire into the expediency of an appropriation for their relief. Senatorial vacancies. Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, from the Committee on Privileges and Elections, reported a bill to provide for holding elections to fill vacancies in the Senate from the 46th and 50th districts. On motion of Mr. Thompson, the Senate adjourned. [The House proceedings of Saturday are unavoidably omitted.]
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal relations with foreign Powers. (search)
from 1,000 to 5,000. Our loss in the battle is set down at 25 killed and 75 wounded and missing. Among the killed are the following: Capt. B. P. Anderson, of the Lee battery, from Lynchburg, a gallant and meritorious officer. Lieut. Lewis S. Thompson, of the Marion Guards, a son of Judge Thompson, of Wheeling. Among the wounded are Lieut. Col. Hansbrough, Capt. Deithier, one of Col. Johnson's aids; and Capt. Mollohon, of the axton county company. The 31st Virginia regiment,Judge Thompson, of Wheeling. Among the wounded are Lieut. Col. Hansbrough, Capt. Deithier, one of Col. Johnson's aids; and Capt. Mollohon, of the axton county company. The 31st Virginia regiment, commanded by Major Boykin; suffered more severely than my other. This is the regiment formerly under Col. Wm. L. Jackson, who was superseded by Col. Reynolds and resigned, but was reappointed to the command of the regiment on Saturday last. Col. Jackson is now a Richmond. The enemy left eighty dead on the field, said their loss in killed and wounded is believed to be very heavy. It was a desperate fight, and a dearly bought victory. Col. Edward Johnston, under whose command the bat
Federal Outrages — news from General Thompson. Memphis, Dec. 14. --Three thousand Federals at Paducah marched to Vienna on Thursday, and burnt dwellings, timber piles, &c.--They returned to Paducah, but made no attack on Fort Beauregard. All is quiet at Columbus, Ky. Jeff. Thompson recently surrounded a party of Federals who were guarding the bridge between Charleston and Bird's Point, and killed four and captured two of the bridge guard.