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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Exhibition of 1862--the Eccentricities of genius. (search)
e guess. Lewis Smith, for being drunk and lying on a sidewalk, was required to furnish surety in $150 for his good behavior; which we believe he did. John Shields, alias Sullivan, for assaulting James Taylor in the street, was pronounced to be a fit subject for the chain-gang. We think the General Hospital will soon be cleaned up. Patrick Roach was sent to jail for being drunk and interfering with the watchmen in the discharge of their duties. Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, a deserter from the "Tiger Rifles," of New Orleans, and whose reputation with the police is about as bad as a man's could easily be, was sent on for trial in the Hustings Court on the charge of stealing a twenty dollar note from G. J. Rouse, carrying concealed weapons, and assaulting, with intent to kill, some person unknown, and also required to give bail for his good behavior. He went, to jail, therefore, for more than one reason. The case of Turner, a slave of Wadsworth, Turner &C
Association. --This old association met at Ashland inst. Tuesday, and continued in session three days. We learn from one of the returned Richmond delegates that the session was a most pleasant and harmingtons one, and the number of delegates larger than had been expected at such a time and under such circumstances. The people of the neighboring country also attended in large numbers.--There were present from this city the Rev. Drs. Burrows, Jeter, and Ryland; Revs, Jos. Walker, Harrison Williams, and Poindexter; Prof. Dabney, of Richmond College; A. H. Sands, Esq., Dr. Geo. B. Streel, and Messrs. J. B. Wood, John Turpin, Wm. Tyree, Jesse Williams, and perhaps others. Dr. Ryland was chosen Moderator, and W. H. Fonerden Clerk. Among the other interesting proceedings was the ceremony of setting apart to the ministry the Rev. A. P. Woodlin, son of Mr. George Woodfin, formerly of Richmond.--The reading of the Scriptures was done by Rev. Dr. Burrows, the charge to the Church made