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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Potter investigating Commitee--the Yankees Overhauling Gen. Floyd--interesting particulars. (search)
in any manner; and, indeed, has not attempted to show that he was not fully conscious of the treasonable object of the sales to which he was privy. District Attorney Carrington. The case of District Attorney Carrington is dwelt on at some length. The evidence seems to show that last summer, while he was Captain of a volunDistrict Attorney Carrington is dwelt on at some length. The evidence seems to show that last summer, while he was Captain of a volunteer company in Washington, (as well as District Attorney,) when his troops were ordered up to Seneca Mills, in Maryland, he refused to go, saying that "he would not invade his native State," and that he "could not lift his hand against his mother." At another time, he is charged with saying he "would not invade Virginia." Yet the received his pay as Captain, and kept the office of District Attorney, given him by a member of a Republican Administration. The committee conclude "that Captain Carrington's sympathies are divided, and that such men can not be trusted to repress the rebellion or to defend the Constitution and the laws." Lloyd Harrison, Se