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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1865., [Electronic resource], Arrival of the
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Organization of the city Police. --Yesterday was the day appointed by Mayor Saunders for administering the oath of office to the new Chief of Police, Major John H. Claiborne, and his subordinates. No time will now be lost in perfecting the organization of the department, which goes into operation on the 20th instant.
Ship New York December 14. --The steamer Ariadne, hence for May West on the 20th ultimo, returned to-day, having been in collision off Harnegat with the ship William Edward, from Havre for New York, with a cargo of wines. The ship was sunk in a half-hour. The crew were saved.
The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1865., [Electronic resource], Court of conciliation — Sine die Adjournment. (search)
A Treat in store for us. --It is announced that the Right Rev. Bishop Atkinson, of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, will deliver a lecture at the Library Hall on Wednesday evening, the 20th instant, for the benefit of Grace Church.--Petersburg Index.
The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1865., [Electronic resource], The last Confederate prisoner. (search)
The Bark Queen Victoria, which we stated, a few days ago, had not been heard from since she sailed from Liverpool, on the 9th of October, for Richmond, with a cargo of salt, was spoken off Cape Henry on the 20th, and will doubtless soon be at the wharf of our city.
The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1865., [Electronic resource],
Virginia Medical College. (search)
From Georgia--Vigilance Committee in Savannah — negroes not to be brought to the city, &c. New York, December 26. --Savannah advices to the 20th instant say that the citizens are forming a regiment in order to clear the city of murderers and robbers. A mulatto who was formerly expelled from the bar of Boston has been sentenced to one year's imprisonment by the military court for using seditious language. The Mayor of Mobile has prohibited the steamers and railroads from bringing negroes into that city.