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The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1865., [Electronic resource], Meeting in
Baltimore for the Benefit of Presbyterian ministers in the South. (search)
From North Carolina. Raleigh, December 9. --The Legislature counted the vote to-day for Governor. Worth received 32,539; Holden, 25,809. Majority for Worth, 6,730. Vance received 132; Stamper, 52; and R. F. Hoke, 22. The Legislature had passed a joint resolution to inaugurate Governor Worth to-day, but rescinded it this morning. The Legislature passed a resolution to adjourn on the 18th instant, to meet on the 1st of February.
The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1865., [Electronic resource], Political view of
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The Governorship of North Carolina. Raleigh, N. C., December 9. --The Legislature of this State to-day counted the vote recently cast for Governor: Worth, 32,539; Holden, 25,809--majority for Worth, 6,730. Vance, 132; Stamper, 52; R. F. Hoke, 22. The Legislature had passed a joint resolution to inaugurate Mr. Worth to-day, but rescinded it this morning, and passed a resolution to adjourn on the 18th instant to meet on the 1st of February.
The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1865., [Electronic resource],
North Carolina Items. (search)
North Carolina Items. The Committee in the Legislature appointed to consider a Freedmen's Code recommend that the matter be deferred to first Monday in February. The Salem Press says:--Captain Wilson, of Yadkin county, late commander of the First battalion North Carolina sharpshooters, of the Confederate Army, was brought to this place on Tuesday last, by order of the United States military authorities, and delivered to the civil authorities of this county, under an indictment for shooting, or causing to be shot, several citizens of this county, in the month of March last. He was committed to the county jail for trial at the next Superior Court. Captain Wilson was severely wounded in the engagement just previous to General Lee's surrender, causing his foot to be amputated. He fell into the hands of the Federals, and has been under arrest ever since. The people of Charlotte are enrolling for protection against thieves, who infest that town. Messrs. Henry A. Semle
Adjournment of the North Carolina Legislature--Nothing done about Freedmen--Mr. Robinson, editor, Bailed. Raleigh, December 18. --The Legislature adjourned this morning to meet again on the 1st of February. No law was passed and no bill even presented for the government or protection of freedmen. Mr. Benjamin Robinson, editor of the Fayetteville News, who was arrested and brought here on Saturday, on the order of General Ruger, for articles which appeared in his paper unfriendly to the Government, has been admitted to bail.