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The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Burnside expedition — warm work Expected in North Carolina--the weather — cistern water scarce, &c. (search)
C. S. District Court. --In this Court, yesterday, orders of sale were entered in the cases of the Confederate States against John Predmore, O. E. Malthy, and M. R. Watkinson, for the sequestration of property. Judge Halyburton delivered an elaborate opinion in the case of the Confederate States against Wolff and Stern, to sequestrate the property of Elkers, which is noticed more fully in another department of this paper. Daniel B. Lucas qualified to practice as an attorney in this Court.
Interesting decision under the Sequestratration act. The case of the Confederate States against Wolff et als., to sequestrate certain debts due them to Elkers & Brother, alleged to be allen enemies, was called up yesterday the Confederate States District Court, rd Judge Halyburton delivered his opinion thereupon, indicating his purpose to dismiss the petition. The particulars of this novel case are as follows: Isaac Elkers. A native of Prussia, emigrated to this country many years ago, resided in Mobile, Ala., for a long period, where he took out his last naturalization papers in 1849. He established a large clothing store in Mobile in conjunction with his brother, and afterwards, in 1853, removed to New York and there established a branch house of trade. He married in New York, bought a residence there, and voted there at the Presidential election of --voting against Lincoln. He frequently visited Mobile from 1851 to 1861, and continued a partner in the Mobile house.