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The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Organization of the Hustings Court. (search)
Organization of the Hustings Court. --Messrs, James K. Caskie, Richard D. Sanxay, C. E. Anderson, W. W. Timberlake, N. M. Lee, Wm. Taylor, Geo. N. Gwathmey, John F. Regnault, John W. Beveridge, Abel F. Picot, N. C. Lipcombe, and E. A. J. Clepton, twelve of the Aldermen recently elected, appeared at the City Hall, on Saturday, for the purpose of organizing the Hustings Court. Mr. J. Maye was sworn in as Mayor, by Alderman Caskie. Alderman caskie was elected City Recorder, and R. D. Sanxay, Senior Alderman. The parties took the oath of fidelity to the Southern Confederacy.
The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] (search)
a flag of trues to receive their bodies. It was on this occasion that the information was given contained in the above mentioned report. Dr. Coxe relant, on his return to camp, the incidents of he visit within the rebel lines; said he had been questioned, and that he had lied as well as he could to deceive the enemy. Coxe conducted himself in a very a bilant manner at his beasted success — He was away so much from his camp as to neglect the duties of his office port forbearance. Colonel Taylor at last approved and forwarded charges against arm for inefficiency. About the same time, I understand, this rebel document same to the knowledge of the Colonel, but independently of that document, suspicions were gathered against him, and the Doctor was put under arrest and kept in his tent. He resigns in office as Surgeon of the regiment. His resignation and the charge were sent to gether to Washington, and he immediately followed them as a prisoner. Dr. Coxe is, I believe, a resid