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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Proceedings of the enemy on the Eastern Shore. (search)
son--George W. Wilson, of Botetourt county. By Mr. Tomlin--Harris Burruss, of King William county. By Mr. Blue--John Kern, of Hampshire county. By Mr. Bardour--Daniel Ward, of Albemarle county. The whole number of votes cast was 94, of which Harris Burruss received 60, and was declared elected. Door Keepers. Mr. Sheffey nominated Robert W. Burke, of Augusta, for First Door-Keeper, and he was unanimously elected. Mr. Anderson nominated James W. Montagus. of Montgomery, for Second Door Keeper. Mr. Evans nominated George D. Pack, of Henrico. James W. Montague received a majority of the votes cast, and was declared elected Second Door-Keeper. Rules of the House. On motion of Mr.McCammant, it was resolved that the rules of the last House of Delegates be adopted for the government of this body. Governor's Message. On motion of Mr. Tomlin, a committee of three was appointed to wait upon the Governor of the Commonwealth, and inform
Good News from the West. The telegraph brings good tidings, which we trust will be fully confirmed, of the capture of Montgomery and his "Jayhawkers," and Lane's forces, who have been gradually advancing into Arkansas. Montgomery is, perhaps, a greater rascal than Lane, who is reported to have escaped, though probably the latter has the most influence. It is important news, furnishing as it does grounds for hope that the Abolition crusade has received a forcible check in a quarter where it expected to accomplish great results.
Reported capture of Montgomery and his Jayhawkers, and Lane's forces. Memphis. Nov. 30. --The St. Louis Republican of the 26th, says that Gen. S. Parsons, with Raines's and Green's rebel forces, had succeeded in capturing Montgomery and his Jayhawkers, together with Lane's forces, at Fort Scott, on the 23d. Lane escaped. McCulloch has surrounded Seigle's forces, at Zedalia, and a battle was hourly expected.