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Proceedings of the Courts. Hustings Court, Friday Dec. 12th Present: Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen E A. J. Clapton, Wm. W. Timberlake and George S. Gwathmay. Madison Holloway otherwise called Martin Harvey, was put on trial for receiving a gold watch stolen from Sarah Johnson, knowing the same to have been stolen; and the jury finding him guilty, the Court, in consideration of the fact that he was a soldier, only put him in jail for thirty days. Richard D Mitchell was tried fd at $200. The witnesses for the Commonwealth being called and falling to respond, the case was continued until the next term. Rules were awarded against Wm. A Wright and others, who had failed to appear and testify. Mayor's Court, Friday, Dec.12.--An examination of the change against J. D. Stewart and D R Goldsworth, for fighting in the 1st Market-House, was continued until Monday. James Mitchell arrested for participating in the fight, was discharged, the evidence not tending to crimin
The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a Proclamation. (search)
From the Southwest. Mobile December 12. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register from Murfreesboro' dated 11th inst, says: "Yesterday morning the enemy, 50.000 strong re-occupied Hartsville. They refused, under a flag of truce, to exchange paroled prisoners for our wounded or to permit as to remove the dead." Nashville dates of the 9th say that the Abolitionists acknowledge a loss of sixty killed at Hartsville. The rebel forces were estimated at 4,000--The Abolition army is greatly demoralized. There is no prospect of an advance until the Cumberland rises. It is supposed that Rosecranz will be superseded by McCook. St. Louis dates to the 7th say it is reported that "Hindman and Marmaduke, 25,000 strong. were driven bank by Blount at Cave Spring, Arkansas. Next day they drove in Blount's pickets, but were repulsed, Blount holding the rebels in check for four days. The rebels were felling timber all night to cover their retreat"
The battle at Plymouth. Petersburg, Dec.12. --The Express has the following particulars of the battle at Plymouth, obtained from an official dispatch to Gen. French. On Wednesday last, just before day, five companies of the 17th North Carolina troops and a squadron of Evans's cavalry, under command of Lieut. Col. Evans dashed into Plymouth, N. C., and drove the Abolitionists pell-mell from the place. We killed and wounded many, took twenty-five prisoners and seventy five negroes. Our troops being fired at from the houses, Col Lamb ordered Moore's battery to batter them down. About two-thirds of the town were burnt. Moore's section drove an Abolition gunboat down the river, seriously disabling her. The negroes and prisoners were all brought away. Our loss was six wounded' including Capt Galloway, seriously.