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The Daily Dispatch: February 26, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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hilton desired the reference as the shortest mode of disposing of the subject. The great interests of the country required action. It was more important to secure the Government than to spend time upon abstractions. Mr. Foote opposed the reference, and wished to act upon the bill now. Mr. Swann moved to postpone till to-morrow. Motion not agreed to. The motion to postpone till Friday was also lost; and the motion to refer the bill to the Judiciary Committee adopted. Mr. Marshall, of La., offered a resolution to authorize the President to destroy cotton and tobacco when necessary to prevent its falling into the hands of the enemy. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Conrad, of La., offered an amendment calling upon loyal citizens to effect this destruction, with the promise of compensation by the Confederate Government. Mr. Kenner, of La., offered a resolution repealing the rule by which the House is now resolved into secret session. Referre
Mayor's Court — yesterday. --Thomas and Henry Hicks and Zeke Ruffin, colored, were ordered 29 lashes each for stealing four hens from an unknown person.--Mike Marshall, arrested for drunkenness and incendiary language, proving to be a soldier, was committed to be called for.--Sarah and Mary McLania, two sisters of seedy appearance and dissolute habits, were committed for want of security.--Lewis, slave of James Robinson, was ordered 30 lashes for stealing 13 pounds bacon.
ffices and Post Roads.--Messrs. Chilton of Ala., Conrow of Mo., Royster of Ark., Johnson of Va., Clark of Geo., Davidson of N. C., Welsh of Miss., Hilton of Fla., and Herbert of Texas. Territories and Public Lands.--Messrs. Wilcox of Texas, Marshall of La., Jenkins of Va., Freeman of Mo., Foster of Ala., Batson of Ark., Lewis of Geo., Ewing of Ky., and Meness of Tenn. Indian Affairs--Messrs. Singleton of Miss., Elliott of Ky., Hanley of Ark., Dupre of La., Goods of Va., Tibbs of Tenn., Wright of Texas, Arrington of N. C., and Rawis of Ala. Parents.--Messrs. Bell of Missouri, Lander of North Carolina, Read of Kentucky, Chilton of Alabama, Staples of Virginia, Marshall of Louisiana, Hilton of Florida, Strickland of Georgia, and Wright of Texas. Claims.--Messrs. Smith of Virginia, Clopten of Alabama, Burnett of Kentucky, Villere of Louisiana, Clapp of Mississippi, McLane of North Carolina, Munnerlyn of Georgia, Farrow of South Carolina, and Gardenhire of Tennessee.