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Incidents of the President's trip. --At Griswoldville, on the Georgia Central Railroad, where the President arrived between eight and nine o'clock on Friday night, about forty negroes, laborers in Mr. Griswold's pistol shops at that place, had collected and manifested great anxiety to see Mr. Davis. Being told of it he got off the car and went the rounds, taking each one by the hand and giving him a pleasant word.--Macon Telegraph.
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them to visit the military prison for that purpose, accompanied by himself and the guard. The parties having been discharged by the Court, were rearrested by Alexander, who still holds them in illegal confinement, and in contempt of the Court. He refuses to deliver them up without the order of Gen. Winder, and that, too, after the prisoners had been very properly delivered to the Court by Gen. Winder, and regularly discharged. Mr. Aylett attached no blame to either Gen. Winder or Major Griswold in this matter, as those gentlemen always, with courtesy and promptness, obeyed the mandates of the civil Courts. He felt assured that they were ignorant of the action of the head jailor at Castle Thunder, Mr. Alexander, who had taken the responsibility to re-arrest and hold the parties in defiance of the mandate of this Court. Mr. Aylett asked a rule against Alexander, requiring him to show cause why he should not be attached for a contempt of Court. Judge Halyburton ordered