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Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Twenty dollars reward will be paid for the return or for information resulting in her return to me, of my cook Harriet, who ran off to Richmond, August 6. She is a bright, thin- breasted, tall, sneaking mulatto. She can read, is a Methodist, sings very loud, and is disposed to argue. Was severely whipped August 1st. Supposed to have on a black skirt and red body, colored straw bonnet and blue ribbons.--Shows fine teeth when spoken to. I bought her of Dr. Dorsey, of Maryland. Age 35. H. P. Taylor. Henrico, August 20. au 22--7t*
Federal enrolling citizens of Norfolk. Advices from Norfolk to Thursday last, say the Federal authorities are enrolling citizens between 18 and 45 for the operation of the draft. A wounded member of the 3d Alabama regiment died in Norfolk a few days since, and the ladies of that city procured a sarcophagus for the body, and about 4,000 persons attended the funeral. Gen. Vicle gave his permission for a public funeral.
August 25th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 4
Confederate States Congress.[adjourned session]Senate. Monday, August 25 1862. The Senate met at 12 o'clock. Prayer by the Right Rev. Bishop Early, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. Sparrow, of Louisiana, presented a memorial from the Faculty of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, asking exemption for students, of whom there would not be over a hundred. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The order of the day being the resolutions offered on Thursday last by Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, they were called up, and, on motion of Mr. Clay, of Alabama, were laid on the table for the present, owing to the sickness of Mr. Yancey. Mr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to be notes of the Confederate States Treasury, punishing any officer, soldier, or adherent of the enemy who may fall into our bands with counterfeit Confederate States notes in his possession, or who may have been proven to have passed of
of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, asking exemption for students, of whom there would not be over a hundred. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The order of the day being the resolutions offered on Thursday last by Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, they were called up, and, on motion of Mr. Clay, of Alabama, were laid on the table for the present, owing to the sickness of Mr. Yancey. Mr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to Mr. Yancey. Mr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to be notes of the Confederate States Treasury, punishing any officer, soldier, or adherent of the enemy who may fall into our bands with counterfeit Confederate States notes in his possession, or who may have been proven to have passed off any such, either by trading with or giving away, with death, to be decided by court martial. Referred. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the calendar was proceeded with, and the bill to be entitled an "Act to further provide for the public defence," was taken up, an
Confederate States Congress.[adjourned session]Senate. Monday, August 25 1862. The Senate met at 12 o'clock. Prayer by the Right Rev. Bishop Early, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. Sparrow, of Louisiana, presented a memorial from the Faculty of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, asking exemption for students, of whom there would not be over a hundred. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The order of the day being the resolutions offered on Thursday last by Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, they were called up, and, on motion of Mr. Clay, of Alabama, were laid on the table for the present, owing to the sickness of Mr. Yancey. Mr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to be notes of the Confederate States Treasury, punishing any officer, soldier, or adherent of the enemy who may fall into our bands with counterfeit Confederate States notes in his possession, or who may have been proven to have passed off
ted to the enrollment of conscripts throughout the Confederacy, without respect to the localities in which those coming under the conscript law may be found. Mr. Orr, of South Carolina, offered a resolution requesting the President to inform the Senate who constitute the Medical Board of Examiners for granting furloughs; what ders have been issued to them, and to Surgeons in charge of hospitals, with reference to furloughs, together with the necessity for such a supervisory board. Mr. Orr recited some of the abuses by which the sick soldier is kept, during convalescence, in the hospitals, and prevented from visiting his house, when his condition adJudiciary be directed to inquire into the necessity for further legislation, to restrain within constitutional limits the exercise of power, by military officers, assumed under color of the act misspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus. The resolution was adopted. On motion of Mr. Orr, the Senate adjourned.
Confederate States Congress.[adjourned session]Senate. Monday, August 25 1862. The Senate met at 12 o'clock. Prayer by the Right Rev. Bishop Early, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. Sparrow, of Louisiana, presented a memorial from the Faculty of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, asking exemption for students, of whom there would not be over a hundred. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The order of the day being the resolutions offered on Thursday into our bands with counterfeit Confederate States notes in his possession, or who may have been proven to have passed off any such, either by trading with or giving away, with death, to be decided by court martial. Referred. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the calendar was proceeded with, and the bill to be entitled an "Act to further provide for the public defence," was taken up, and, after some discussion, was postponed until Wednesday. This bill related to the enrollment of conscripts throu
Cassius M. Clay (search for this): article 4
n for students, of whom there would not be over a hundred. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The order of the day being the resolutions offered on Thursday last by Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, they were called up, and, on motion of Mr. Clay, of Alabama, were laid on the table for the present, owing to the sickness of Mr. Yancey. Mr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to be notes of the Confederate States Treasury, punishing any offMr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to be notes of the Confederate States Treasury, punishing any officer, soldier, or adherent of the enemy who may fall into our bands with counterfeit Confederate States notes in his possession, or who may have been proven to have passed off any such, either by trading with or giving away, with death, to be decided by court martial. Referred. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the calendar was proceeded with, and the bill to be entitled an "Act to further provide for the public defence," was taken up, and, after some discussion, was postponed until Wednesday. This
them, and to Surgeons in charge of hospitals, with reference to furloughs, together with the necessity for such a supervisory board. Mr. Orr recited some of the abuses by which the sick soldier is kept, during convalescence, in the hospitals, and prevented from visiting his house, when his condition admits of his absence both from the hospital and the army, and indicated that in a few days he would introduce a bill with the view of correcting the errors of the Medical Board and the Department generally. After some discussion, the resolution was adopted. Mr. Semms, of La., offered the following resolution: Resolved, That the Committee on Judiciary be directed to inquire into the necessity for further legislation, to restrain within constitutional limits the exercise of power, by military officers, assumed under color of the act misspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus. The resolution was adopted. On motion of Mr. Orr, the Senate adjourned.
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 4
rn Baptist Theological Seminary, asking exemption for students, of whom there would not be over a hundred. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The order of the day being the resolutions offered on Thursday last by Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, they were called up, and, on motion of Mr. Clay, of Alabama, were laid on the table for the present, owing to the sickness of Mr. Yancey. Mr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to be notes of tAlabama, were laid on the table for the present, owing to the sickness of Mr. Yancey. Mr. Clay presented a bill to punish and suppress the importation of notes purporting to be notes of the Confederate States Treasury, punishing any officer, soldier, or adherent of the enemy who may fall into our bands with counterfeit Confederate States notes in his possession, or who may have been proven to have passed off any such, either by trading with or giving away, with death, to be decided by court martial. Referred. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the calendar was proceeded with, and the bill to be entitled an "Act to further provide for the public defence," was taken up, and, after som
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