ds from John A. H. R. Armistead, was arraigned, and a nolle prosequi having been entered, the accused was released from custody.
Charles Pendergrass, alias Charles Williams, charged with stealing a Confederate note of the value of twenty dollars from George A. Riouse, on the 12th day of September, 1861, was examined and remanded for final trial before Judge Lyons in November next.
The court appointed the following Commissioners to superintend the election for members of Congress of the Confederate States on the 6th day of November next:
Jefferson Ward — J. J. Wilson, W. Sears Wood, E. A. J. Clopton.
Conductor, John M. Francisco.
Madison Ward — N. B. Hill, G. A. Myers John H. Gilmer.
Conductor, Thomas U. Dudley.
Monroe Ward — Thomas Jones, James R. Fisher, Thomas M. Jones.
Conductor, J. G. Moss.
An account of Caleb Crone, for public service, and an account of Commissioner Richard D. Sanxay, for visiting the various warehouses, were ordered to be p