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The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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Arrests by the Police. --The police yesterday arrested William, slave of Meredith Brown, for stealing $2.50 from J. E. L. Masourier. The darkey was a runaway at the time. Officer Gentry arrested a negro named Jim Robinson (one of Hatcher & Webster's drivers) for being implicated in the abduction of Mr. Persons Walker's trunk, and $200 therein contained. In searching the premises occupied by him the officer found, next to the slats of his bed, a breach-loading flintlock musket, inscribed "U. S., North Middleton, Conn., 1834." It was evidently stolen from a Government wagon, or private soldier, and concealed for sinister purposes. It can be reclaimed by the owner's going to the cage.
s and Railroad. Let the militia prepare themselves for a brush with the Hessians. More troops from Georgia. President Davis has made a requisition on Gov. Brown, of Georgia, for twelve thousand additional troops for the Confederate service. Under the new army law recently passed by Congress, an opportunity is afforded for all who desire to meet the invaders of our soil to organize companies, battalions, and regiments, and to elect their company and field officers. Gov. Brown has issued his proclamation requiring all persons subject to military duty, to attend at the regimental or battalion parade ground or independent battalion to which th city, amid the waving of handkerchiefs by the ladies on the sidewalks, to the Public Square, where they were entertained with able and eloquent speeches from Governor Brown, the Hons. G. A. Henry, Andrew Ewing, Judges Baxter and Turner, all of whom had marched up in the procession. The speakers explained the object of the meeti