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Released. --Rev. Drs. Baldwin and Foard, who were confined at Camp Chase, by order of Andy Johnson, have been released on parole, and have returned to Nashville. Dr. Elliott is still in Andy's bastille. It is stated that there was very urgent necessity for the presence of Drs. Baldwin and Foard to be with their families, and their release was asked and granted on that ground; but that such circumstances did not exist in the case of Dr. Elliott. These ministers are released without any o were confined at Camp Chase, by order of Andy Johnson, have been released on parole, and have returned to Nashville. Dr. Elliott is still in Andy's bastille. It is stated that there was very urgent necessity for the presence of Drs. Baldwin and Foard to be with their families, and their release was asked and granted on that ground; but that such circumstances did not exist in the case of Dr. Elliott. These ministers are released without any concessions to the usurper, save being paroled.
Released. --Rev. Drs. Baldwin and Foard, who were confined at Camp Chase, by order of Andy Johnson, have been released on parole, and have returned to Nashville. Dr. Elliott is still in Andy's bastille. It is stated that there was very urgent necessity for the presence of Drs. Baldwin and Foard to be with their families, and their release was asked and granted on that ground; but that such circumstances did not exist in the case of Dr. Elliott. These ministers are released without any co were confined at Camp Chase, by order of Andy Johnson, have been released on parole, and have returned to Nashville. Dr. Elliott is still in Andy's bastille. It is stated that there was very urgent necessity for the presence of Drs. Baldwin and Foard to be with their families, and their release was asked and granted on that ground; but that such circumstances did not exist in the case of Dr. Elliott. These ministers are released without any concessions to the usurper, save being paroled.
Released. --Rev. Drs. Baldwin and Foard, who were confined at Camp Chase, by order of Andy Johnson, have been released on parole, and have returned to Nashville. Dr. Elliott is still in Andy's bastille. It is stated that there was very urgent necessity for the presence of Drs. Baldwin and Foard to be with their families, and their release was asked and granted on that ground; but that such circumstances did not exist in the case of Dr. Elliott. These ministers are released without any o were confined at Camp Chase, by order of Andy Johnson, have been released on parole, and have returned to Nashville. Dr. Elliott is still in Andy's bastille. It is stated that there was very urgent necessity for the presence of Drs. Baldwin and Foard to be with their families, and their release was asked and granted on that ground; but that such circumstances did not exist in the case of Dr. Elliott. These ministers are released without any concessions to the usurper, save being paroled.
Samuel Hilton (search for this): article 10
Escaped --Samuel Hilton, company C, 15th La. reg't, escaped from a guard who had him in custody on Saturday, on the charge of forging a pay roll.
Destructive fire. --The loss by the fire at Augusta, Ga., on the 8th instant, was $500,000. The buildings consumed were Col. M. P. Stovall's cotton warehouse, Mr. Edmondston's produce store, and Krits & Bird's stables.
Destructive fire. --The loss by the fire at Augusta, Ga., on the 8th instant, was $500,000. The buildings consumed were Col. M. P. Stovall's cotton warehouse, Mr. Edmondston's produce store, and Krits & Bird's stables.
M. P. Stovall (search for this): article 11
Destructive fire. --The loss by the fire at Augusta, Ga., on the 8th instant, was $500,000. The buildings consumed were Col. M. P. Stovall's cotton warehouse, Mr. Edmondston's produce store, and Krits & Bird's stables.
Edmondston (search for this): article 11
Destructive fire. --The loss by the fire at Augusta, Ga., on the 8th instant, was $500,000. The buildings consumed were Col. M. P. Stovall's cotton warehouse, Mr. Edmondston's produce store, and Krits & Bird's stables.
Sent on --Thomas Curry, a youth about 17 years of age, charged with forging a pay roll, was examined before C. S. Com'r Watson, on Saturday, and sent on to the District Court for final trial.
Thomas Curry (search for this): article 11
Sent on --Thomas Curry, a youth about 17 years of age, charged with forging a pay roll, was examined before C. S. Com'r Watson, on Saturday, and sent on to the District Court for final trial.
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