Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 11, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for A. D. Williams or search for A. D. Williams in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

me back that my indictment was contemplated. Two of the other gentlemen named wrote me that I must either come there, go into court and take the oath, submit to a long and vexatious prosecution, or leave the Southern Confederacy. Mr. Thornburg learned from the Confederate Attorney, Mr. Ramsey, that my indictment was contemplated; and Mr. Ramsey admitted, before leaving here for Nashville, that I would probably be arrested, but said that no purpose existed to indict Trigg, Temple, and Williams. Col.Temple received a letter from a Secession lawyer, stating that my arrest was agreed upon and showed me the letter. Last, but not least, Col. Haynes urged upon Judge Humphreys not to allow such arrest, and the Judge promised him that it would not be done. I name this fact as an act of justice to Col. Haynes. One of my Nashville correspondents writes that Gov. Harris, also, protested against the arrest. Now. Mr. Editor, upon this testimony I acted, and, in view of being indicted,
Administrator's notice. --Persons having claims against the estate of Thomas J. Dunnivant. dec'd, them to the undersigned, and those indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment. A. D. Williams, no 11--3t Adm'r of T. J. Dunnivant, dec'd