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The Daily Dispatch: January 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], The capture of the U. S. Steamer Columbia. (search)
Court Proceedings. Mayor's Court.--Monday January 19th. --The four men arrested by the police on Saturday, for disturbing the peace of 17th street, were arraigned for an examination, which resulted in the committal of Dan Eagan, Thomas E Conn and John McManan, for want of security, and the charge of James Capt. Thos. H. Conn, who was arrested several weeks since for stabbing Kapharet was examined, for the alleged offence, Kapharet having sufficiently recovered to be present atlyburton to day entered a decree in the sequestration S. M. Sess, of Leesburg, adjudging certain some of money, due by the defendant to alien enemies to be to the Confederate Receiver of the Eastern District of Virginia. Huttings Court January 19th.--Pierce Noland, charged with feloniously stabbing Henry Brown, in a house of ill-fame, in November last, was found guilty by the jury of unlawful stabbing and fined one cent. The term of his confinement in the city jail was ascertained at 30
[Associated press Dispatches.]latest from the North. capture of 5,000 confederates — the Federal loss at Galveston. Fredericksburg, Jan. 19. --The Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 17th inst., was received here to day. A dispatch from Cairo, dated the 16th, says the ram Switzerland, arrived there from the squadron, brings news of the taking and surrender, on Sunday, of Arkansas Post, by the land and navy forces under Porter and McClernand. Rebel, loss 550 killed and woNew Orleans says the affair off Galveston caused a general feeling of gloom in the army and navy at New Orleans. Additional Northern news--President Davis's message at the North--the Alabama still going — Decline in Gold, &c. Petersburg, January 19. --The New York Herald, of the 17th instant was received here to- day. It contains President Davis's late Message in full, and says it is of more than ordinary importance; that it is evidently assured by a conscious security that never hi
The capture off Charleston Charleston, Jan. 19. --The Confederate bearer of dispatches, whose capture off this port is noticed by the Northern papers, is Major Read Saunders, son of Geo. N. Saunders. He attempted to run the blockade in a small railing vessel.
[Southern Association Dispatches]the iron-clad ships at Beaufort. Wilmington, N. C. Jan. 19. --Information has been received here that the Ericsson iron clads. Hontanck and Passale, are now in Beaufort harbor, North Carolina, waiting for ammunition.--Two other formidable iron-clad steamers are undoubtedly on their way to join them. The two coming are turret fearing ships, and are understood to be called Nabant and Petapaco, There can be little doubt as to their destination.