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The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 1864., [Electronic resource], Address from General Early to his troops. (search)
allant men of the Army of Southern Virginia, who still remain proudly defiant in the trenches around Richmond and Petersburg. Before you can again claim them as comrades, you will have to erase from your escutcheons the blemishes which now obscure them; and this you can do if you will but be true to your formes reputation, your country and your homes. You who have fought at Manassas, Richmond, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and from the Wilderness to the banks of James rivers and especially you who were with the immortal Jackson in all his triumphs, are capable of better things. Accuse yourselves, then, to a sense of your manhood and appreciation of the sacred cause in which you are engaged! Yield to the mandates of discipline; resolve to stand by your colors in future at all hazards, and you can yet retrieve your reputation and strike effective blows for your country and its cause. Let every man spurn from him the vile plunder gathered on the field
Henrico Circuit Court. --The following presentments were made in this court on yesterday: Elizabeth Bowers for murder; James Clark and James H. Miler for grand larceny; Mary James, alias Mary Cassell, for grand larceny. An indictment against John Hite was pending, but as he has broken jail since the commission of the crime for which he was imprisoned, the case was continued until the next regular term of the court Court then adjourned until 11 o'clock to-day.