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The Daily Dispatch: June 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another plan of the campaign. (search)
Gen. Wisy's brigade. --The Greenbrier Era alludes to the arrival at Lewisburg of Gen. Henry A. Wise, attended by the Richmond Blues and Caskle's Rangers, and says: Whilst encamped at the Fair Grounds, they were joined by the white Sulphur Rifles, Capt. Morris, and the Monroe Sharp Shooters, Capt. Beirne, which companies were mustered into the service of the Confederate States, for 12 months, and all took up their march for the West on Tuesday. Capt. Taylor's company of Frankford Rifles, and two pieces of Artillery, under the command of Capt. Buckholtz, left Wednesday for the same destination. The Rockingham Cavalry have arrived, and are now in camp. We understand they will follow in a short time. Besides these, there are four companies in Monroe, and two in this county, which will join him in the Kanawha Valley. The soldiers were much pleased with their sojourn amongst us, and, we have no doubt, will remember gratefully the kindness extended by our citizens, and especi
The Daily Dispatch: June 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], The peace movement in
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Conduct investigated. --At the instance of officer Morris and others, the Mayor on yesterday investigated the conduct of Watchman Benjamin Bolton, in relation to the charge of disorderly conduct
d that Bolton cursed the colored driver when he applied for the restoration of his vehicle.
Officer Morris, who came up, advised Bolton to have the negro punished if he had done anything worthy of it, and to give up the carriage — This B. at first refused, seeming to take Morris' suggestion as a reflection on him. He evidently yesterday indulged in unamiable feelings towards Morris.
The point inMorris.
The point in question with the Mayor was whether B. had been intoxicated, and while thus acted disorderly.
This he considered proved, and dismissed B. from the watch.
It is proper to say that Bolton denied beind dismissed B. from the watch.
It is proper to say that Bolton denied being drunk and justified his proceedings.
At the conclusion of the testimony, B. asked Morris if he might reside in the city.