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Old Point (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 9
orfolk. the arrest of Ministers Mason and Slidell--Exchange of shots between the British steamer and the Federal man-of-war — descent upon a gambling House — Court Matters, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Nov. 18, 1861. The news of the arrival in Hampton Roads, of Minsters Slidell and Mason, also their Secretaries, in the U. S. frigate San Jacinto, excited considerable interest here Saturday night and yesterday. It is stated, by a gentleman from Old Point, that six shots were fired between the two vessels. It is also reported that the papers of the Ministers were not taken, and that the ladies connected with the party were allowed to proceed on the voyage. On Saturday night a prompt and successful descent was made upon a gambling establishment on Main, near Church street, by the police officers. The surprise was terrible among the money- making proprietors and their numerous patrons. The affair was well arranged by the officers, who
Hampton Roads (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
From Norfolk. the arrest of Ministers Mason and Slidell--Exchange of shots between the British steamer and the Federal man-of-war — descent upon a gambling House — Court Matters, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Nov. 18, 1861. The news of the arrival in Hampton Roads, of Minsters Slidell and Mason, also their Secretaries, in the U. S. frigate San Jacinto, excited considerable interest here Saturday night and yesterday. It is stated, by a gentleman from Old Point, that six shots were fired between the two vessels. It is also reported that the papers of the Ministers were not taken, and that the ladies connected with the party were allowed to proceed on the voyage. On Saturday night a prompt and successful descent was made upon a gambling establishment on Main, near Church street, by the police officers. The surprise was terrible among the money- making proprietors and their numerous patrons. The affair was well arranged by the offic
Charles K. King (search for this): article 9
he City Hall. One of the men concerned in this noted gaming house has not been arrested. August Bourgnin was indicted for the larceny of an ox. The trial of young Hughes is expected to take place to-day or to-morrow. The remains of Charles K. King, recently Quartermaster in the army, were brought down yesterday, and the funeral will take place this afternoon. He was a native of this city and a son of the late Miles King, who filled several offices of public trust, who was for some yeed to take place to-day or to-morrow. The remains of Charles K. King, recently Quartermaster in the army, were brought down yesterday, and the funeral will take place this afternoon. He was a native of this city and a son of the late Miles King, who filled several offices of public trust, who was for some years Navy Agent at this station; represented Norfolk in the State Legislature, was for a long time Mayor of the town, and in earlier years commanded the Norfolk Light Artillery Blues.
Washington Worsham (search for this): article 9
is also reported that the papers of the Ministers were not taken, and that the ladies connected with the party were allowed to proceed on the voyage. On Saturday night a prompt and successful descent was made upon a gambling establishment on Main, near Church street, by the police officers. The surprise was terrible among the money- making proprietors and their numerous patrons. The affair was well arranged by the officers, who deserve great credit for discretion and vigilance. Washington Worsham and Charles Reed were hurried off from their comfortable nocturnal quarters, and are now in jail awaiting an investigation, which will take place to-day, at 12 o'clock, before his Honor Mayor Lamb. --The roulette table, (which is of superior finish and very handsome,) faro bank, &c., were taken from the beautifully furnished apartments and are now in the Court room, in the City Hall. One of the men concerned in this noted gaming house has not been arrested. August Bourgnin was ind
From Norfolk. the arrest of Ministers Mason and Slidell--Exchange of shots between the British steamer and the Federal man-of-war — descent upon a gambling House — Court Matters, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Nov. 18, 1861. The news of the arrival in Hampton Roads, of Minsters Slidell and Mason, also their Secretaries, in the U. S. frigate San Jacinto, excited considerable interest here Saturday night and yesterday. It is stated, by a gentleman fSlidell and Mason, also their Secretaries, in the U. S. frigate San Jacinto, excited considerable interest here Saturday night and yesterday. It is stated, by a gentleman from Old Point, that six shots were fired between the two vessels. It is also reported that the papers of the Ministers were not taken, and that the ladies connected with the party were allowed to proceed on the voyage. On Saturday night a prompt and successful descent was made upon a gambling establishment on Main, near Church street, by the police officers. The surprise was terrible among the money- making proprietors and their numerous patrons. The affair was well arranged by the offi
Charles Reed (search for this): article 9
t the papers of the Ministers were not taken, and that the ladies connected with the party were allowed to proceed on the voyage. On Saturday night a prompt and successful descent was made upon a gambling establishment on Main, near Church street, by the police officers. The surprise was terrible among the money- making proprietors and their numerous patrons. The affair was well arranged by the officers, who deserve great credit for discretion and vigilance. Washington Worsham and Charles Reed were hurried off from their comfortable nocturnal quarters, and are now in jail awaiting an investigation, which will take place to-day, at 12 o'clock, before his Honor Mayor Lamb. --The roulette table, (which is of superior finish and very handsome,) faro bank, &c., were taken from the beautifully furnished apartments and are now in the Court room, in the City Hall. One of the men concerned in this noted gaming house has not been arrested. August Bourgnin was indicted for the larcen
August Bourgnin (search for this): article 9
nce. Washington Worsham and Charles Reed were hurried off from their comfortable nocturnal quarters, and are now in jail awaiting an investigation, which will take place to-day, at 12 o'clock, before his Honor Mayor Lamb. --The roulette table, (which is of superior finish and very handsome,) faro bank, &c., were taken from the beautifully furnished apartments and are now in the Court room, in the City Hall. One of the men concerned in this noted gaming house has not been arrested. August Bourgnin was indicted for the larceny of an ox. The trial of young Hughes is expected to take place to-day or to-morrow. The remains of Charles K. King, recently Quartermaster in the army, were brought down yesterday, and the funeral will take place this afternoon. He was a native of this city and a son of the late Miles King, who filled several offices of public trust, who was for some years Navy Agent at this station; represented Norfolk in the State Legislature, was for a long time Mayo
John N. Hughes (search for this): article 9
comfortable nocturnal quarters, and are now in jail awaiting an investigation, which will take place to-day, at 12 o'clock, before his Honor Mayor Lamb. --The roulette table, (which is of superior finish and very handsome,) faro bank, &c., were taken from the beautifully furnished apartments and are now in the Court room, in the City Hall. One of the men concerned in this noted gaming house has not been arrested. August Bourgnin was indicted for the larceny of an ox. The trial of young Hughes is expected to take place to-day or to-morrow. The remains of Charles K. King, recently Quartermaster in the army, were brought down yesterday, and the funeral will take place this afternoon. He was a native of this city and a son of the late Miles King, who filled several offices of public trust, who was for some years Navy Agent at this station; represented Norfolk in the State Legislature, was for a long time Mayor of the town, and in earlier years commanded the Norfolk Light Artill
From Norfolk. the arrest of Ministers Mason and Slidell--Exchange of shots between the British steamer and the Federal man-of-war — descent upon a gambling House — Court Matters, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Nov. 18, 1861. The news of the arrival in Hampton Roads, of Minsters Slidell and Mason, also their Secretaries, in the U. S. frigate San Jacinto, excited considerable interest here Saturday night and yesterday. It is stated, by a gentleman from Old Point, that six shots were fired between the two vessels. It is also reported that the papers of the Ministers were not taken, and that the ladies connected with the party were allowed to proceed on the voyage. On Saturday night a prompt and successful descent was made upon a gambling establishment on Main, near Church street, by the police officers. The surprise was terrible among the money- making proprietors and their numerous patrons. The affair was well arranged by the offic
ent was made upon a gambling establishment on Main, near Church street, by the police officers. The surprise was terrible among the money- making proprietors and their numerous patrons. The affair was well arranged by the officers, who deserve great credit for discretion and vigilance. Washington Worsham and Charles Reed were hurried off from their comfortable nocturnal quarters, and are now in jail awaiting an investigation, which will take place to-day, at 12 o'clock, before his Honor Mayor Lamb. --The roulette table, (which is of superior finish and very handsome,) faro bank, &c., were taken from the beautifully furnished apartments and are now in the Court room, in the City Hall. One of the men concerned in this noted gaming house has not been arrested. August Bourgnin was indicted for the larceny of an ox. The trial of young Hughes is expected to take place to-day or to-morrow. The remains of Charles K. King, recently Quartermaster in the army, were brought down yeste
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