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ve the name of a merchant in this city, who he says knows him and his history. Discharge of Ellis in New Orleans. The trial of Charles Ellis in New Orleans, for alleged disloyalty to the ConCharles Ellis in New Orleans, for alleged disloyalty to the Confederate Government, which has been going on in New Orleans for several days, has been brought to a close. The N. O. Bulletin, of the 25th, says: This case, which, in one way or another, has ome for nearly two-weeks, was brought to a close by the discharge of everybody connected with it. Ellis, from the accusation of being an abolitionist, and Messrs. Adams and Burnett, who were charged w, and Messrs. Adams and Burnett, who were charged with having tarred and feathered Ellis. And thus is the great case ended. Ellis is no traitor, neither as have keep and feathered. His ..... , and Messrs. Adams and Burnett, who were charged with having tarred and feathered Ellis. And thus is the great case ended. Ellis is no traitor, neither as have keep and feathered. His .....
Richmond Typographical Society. --At a stated meeting of the Society, held last Saturday evening, the following gentlemen were elected to office: President — N. G. Smith. Vice-President.--Charles Ellis. Recording Secretary.--Wm. W. Wolff. Corresponding Secretary.--J. H. Walford. Financial Secretary.--Amos K. Henry. Treasurer.--R. D. Grantland. Sergeant-at-Arms.--John H. Askew. Trustees.--M. B. Godwin, Charles Ellis; and J.H. Campbell. Richmond Typographical Society. --At a stated meeting of the Society, held last Saturday evening, the following gentlemen were elected to office: President — N. G. Smith. Vice-President.--Charles Ellis. Recording Secretary.--Wm. W. Wolff. Corresponding Secretary.--J. H. Walford. Financial Secretary.--Amos K. Henry. Treasurer.--R. D. Grantland. Sergeant-at-Arms.--John H. Askew. Trustees.--M. B. Godwin, Charles Ellis; and J.H. Campbell
wines, &c. F J Moses, Sumter, S C, blackberry brandy, rose water, cayenne pepper, &c. Mrs H A Raffield, Sumter, S C, salve, &c. Two boxes hospital supplies, for Richardson & Co. Professor B Puryear, as the contributions of Miss E C Yancey and others in the vicinity of Randolph Macon College, 2 coops chickens, (80,) 2 jars butter, 6 pillows, sheets, &c. T--, of Richmond, $50. R O Morris, 190. E S Joynes, 10. Wm Shields, 20. J A Hopkins, 5. Charles Ellis, 25. Elder Jas Garnett, Culpeper, 27.50. Miss T A Garnett, Culpeper, 10. Frank E Garnett, Culpeper, 10. Joel Garnett, Culpeper, 10. A wounded soldier, 10. E Ruffin, Jr, 50. Thomas Sampson, 50. J G, 50. Miss M E Scott, Orange, 20. Miss Bettle C Alexander, Halifax, 25. Miss J L Coleman, Halifax, 25. Purcell, Ladd & Co, 100. D H London, 180. Mrs Henry Taylor, Louisa, 100. Chas Harris, N C, 50. From--, 20. F
e "purpose of governing themselves and other printers employed and working as such in said city, and unlawfully and unjustly to extort great sums of money from the employing printers in said city, principally the proprietor of the Examiner." The indictment contains the names of the following parties, viz: Caspar Marston, J A Gibbs, R B Figg, J Q A Crane,--Keller,--Moore. J Robinson,--Verrel, T Seeders, Wm H Wade, J L Young, M Godwin, Richard Grantland, Jas Love, W C Nelson, Joseph Wiglesworth, T La Prade, Jos H Johnson, Jas H Walford, Isaac Crutchfield, M Hill, Thos Wynne, N G Smith, Geo J Austin. L Fore, Charles Ellis, Felix Tiller,--Robinson, (known as Captain Robinson,) Thos N Priddy, Nick Wells, Robert Tatty, and — McCann. The following other parties (not printers) were presented for misdemeanor, viz: Delia Reynolds, (2 cases,) Henry Myers, (1 case) The indictment against Wm Thomas was ignored. The Grand Jury adjourned for the term. The Court meets to-day at 11 o'clock.
nt on to be tried before Judge Lyons. James H. Tremier was examined for stealing, taking and carrying away, on the 6th of October, divers paper writings, of the value of $30, belonging to Andrew J. Taylor, and was acquitted and discharged. Edward S. Gentry, on appeal from judgment of the Mayor, sentencing Gentry as a free negro to lashes, for heating Peter Campbell, a free negro, recognizance entered into for appearance of defendant at the next term. A rule was awarded va. Charles Ellis to show cause why he should not be fined for allowing his slave to go at large. C. S. District Court--Judge Halyburton's Court was in session yesterday. The Grand Jury were sword, and made a number of presentments, amongst which are the following: One presentment against J. Tozier for counterfeiting a $5 C. S. note; one presentment against same for same offence; one presentment against same for counterfeiting a $20 C. S. note; three presentments against Wm. Wright for counter
Attempting to go to the enemy. --A Morowenki, a Hungarian, and a sojourner in Richmond for several years, and Charles Ellis, a paroled Federal deserter, were yesterday arrested in Henrico county, while attempting to go over to the enemy, and sent to Castle Thunder. These fellows had been for some days skulking about the neighborhood in which they were found, waiting for the appearance of some stray scouting party from Grant's main army, when they would be enabled to reach the Federal lines.
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1865., [Electronic resource], A Washington Judge and a Lawyer at Loggerheads. (search)
r. Robertson's resolution in relation to a general amnesty was referred to the special joint committee appointed to consider the subject of general amnesty. Mr. Ellis introduced a bill conferring on the circuit courts of cities and the judges thereof the same powers and jurisdiction in cities as they have in their counties. Also, a bill in relation to the adjourned terms of the Circuit Court of the city of Norfolk. Agreed to. Mr. Ellis introduced a bill in relation to attorneys for the Commonwealth, which was referred to the Committee on Courts of Justice. Mr. Ellis presented the memorial of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Exchange of theMr. Ellis presented the memorial of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Exchange of the city of Norfolk, showing that at a recent meeting it was resolved that, in the opinion of the association, the Legislature should immediately abolish the usury laws and establish the rate of interest at nine per centum per annum, with liberty to parties to contract for such other rate as they may think proper. The House adjou
Meeting of stockholders. --The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Manchester Cotton and Wool Manufacturing Company was held yesterday, at the office of the Petersburg Railroad Company, corner of Eighth and Main streets. All the old officers were re-elected, namely: Alfred T. Harris, President; William Gray, Charles Ellis, Horace L. Kent and Thomas R. Price, Directors. The Company contemplate making extensive improvements in their mills, and the production of goods of finer quality than those hitherto manufactured. Mr. William H. Powers is the agent of the Company.
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