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Robert S. Forde (search for this): article 1
Trial of Forde — conviction of the prisoner. --The trial of Robert S. Forde, of Kentucky, for the murder, in April last, of Robert Emmet Dixon, of Georgia, Clerk of the C. S. House of Representatives, which has been going on in Judge Lyons's Court for the past ten days, was yesterday brought to a close. The attendance of spectators was even larger than that of any previous day, and each one seemed to have his own views of the verdict which would be rendered by the jury. Mrs. Forde and aMrs. Forde and a female relative appeared in the Court-room at an early hour, and continued by the side of the prisoner till the close of the afternoon session, at which time the case was given to the jury, when the ladies retired to their home, and did not again return. Gen. Geo. W. Randolph took the floor about ten o'clock, and continued to speak in defence of the prisoner till a few minutes to one o'clock, at the conclusion of which he was followed for the prosecution by Littleton Tazewell, Esq., in a speec
Robert Emmet Dixon (search for this): article 1
Trial of Forde — conviction of the prisoner. --The trial of Robert S. Forde, of Kentucky, for the murder, in April last, of Robert Emmet Dixon, of Georgia, Clerk of the C. S. House of Representatives, which has been going on in Judge Lyons's Court for the past ten days, was yesterday brought to a close. The attendance of spectators was even larger than that of any previous day, and each one seemed to have his own views of the verdict which would be rendered by the jury. Mrs. Forde and a female relative appeared in the Court-room at an early hour, and continued by the side of the prisoner till the close of the afternoon session, at which time the case was given to the jury, when the ladies retired to their home, and did not again return. Gen. Geo. W. Randolph took the floor about ten o'clock, and continued to speak in defence of the prisoner till a few minutes to one o'clock, at the conclusion of which he was followed for the prosecution by Littleton Tazewell, Esq., in a speech
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Trial of Forde — conviction of the prisoner. --The trial of Robert S. Forde, of Kentucky, for the murder, in April last, of Robert Emmet Dixon, of Georgia, Clerk of the C. S. House of Representatives, which has been going on in Judge Lyons's Court for the past ten days, was yesterday brought to a close. The attendance of spectators was even larger than that of any previous day, and each one seemed to have his own views of the verdict which would be rendered by the jury. Mrs. Forde and a female relative appeared in the Court-room at an early hour, and continued by the side of the prisoner till the close of the afternoon session, at which time the case was given to the jury, when the ladies retired to their home, and did not again return. Gen. Geo. W. Randolph took the floor about ten o'clock, and continued to speak in defence of the prisoner till a few minutes to one o'clock, at the conclusion of which he was followed for the prosecution by Littleton Tazewell, Esq., in a speec
Charles Philips (search for this): article 1
500 dollars reward. --Ranaway from my house yesterday, my servant girl, those — She is about 14 years old, a bright mulatto, ready spoken and intelligent. She took from the house the night previous sundry articles of ladies' clothing, among them silk and lama dresses; 2 ladies' cloth cloaks two hats underclothing, &c; also, a pair of gold bracelets with the mit also of "L. B. P" on the inside; a gold chain and and many other things which I cannot enumerate. I have reasons for believing that her aim will be to make her escape into the enemy's lines in company with white persons. The above reward of $500 will be given for her apprehension and the delivery of the articles stoles. Charles Philips, Cor 9th and Main sts. fe 2--1t*
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
February 1st (search for this): article 1
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
Breckinridge (search for this): article 1
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
Orange Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
Robinson's River (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H., Feb. 1. --The enemy's cavalry, guided by a man named Robinson, dashed across Robinson's River early on Sunday morning, capturing some of our pickets. After visiting Madison C. H., and capturing the contents of the mail at that place, they re-crossed to Culpeper county. The enemy have been scouting during the past week, and changing camps. Major General Breckinridge arrived here to-day, and is the guest of General Lee.
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