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The Daily Dispatch: November 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Proclamation of General Dix to the people of Accomac and Northampton counties. (search)
C. S. District Court. --The case of the Confederate States against C. W. Purcell and others, to sequestrate the sum of $15,000 due by the defendant to Ashmead and others, alien enemies, occupied the attention of the Court on Saturday. Mr. Aylett, District Attorney, delivered his opening speech in behalf of the Government, and the further hearing of the case was postponed until 11 o'clock this morning. Confederate States against Richard G. Morriss, to sequestrate the property of an alien enemy. An order was entered referring the case to Commissioner Watson to take proof. The matter involved in this case is a certain note alleged to be due by the defendant to C. M. Fry & Co. Robert Ould and James Lyons have qualified to practice law in this Court.
their brethren, entered into the service of the army, and in such cases we respectfully request our Presiding Bishop in making the appointments of the preachers, to recognize their connection with the army in such way as in his judgment may seem best. Wm. A. Smith presented the report of the Executive Committee of the Trustees of Randolph Macon College, which was, on motion, referred to the Committee on Education. Wm. H. Camper, John G. Bayley, Jas. W. Grant, Jacob H. Proctor, Jas. C. Watson, Wm. W. Duncan, Edgar H. Pritchett, L. H. Greyhill, Joseph A. Crowder, Geo. C. Vanderslice, Wm. E. Allen, Geo. E. Booker, Chas. V. Bingley, Larkin H. Crenshaw, James A. Crowder, Wm. J. Hunter, Jas. C. Martin, John W. F. Jones, and Wm. W. Spain, who were continued on trial at the last Conference, passed in examination of character, were severally admitted into full connection, and with the exception of Geo. C. Vanderslice and Geo. E. Booker, elected to Deacon's orders. The remarks of