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The Daily Dispatch: February 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], Re-enlistment of volunteers.--no Coorcien. (search)
of this Court commenced yesterday, at 11 o'clock, at the City Hall. Present — Jas. R. Caskie, Recorder; Jas. Bray, W. W. Timberlake, Wm. B. Smith, and John J. Binford, Aldermen. George A. Freeman, who has been appointed by Gov. Letcher a Notary Public, gave bond for the faithful discharge of its duties. Twelve jurymen were ordered to be summoned to appear to-day to try misdemeanor cases. Wm. McDonald was examined for stealing a navy pistol from Charles J. Clements on the 1st of February, and remanded for trial for felony before Judge Lyons. Frederick, a slave, the property of John Snead, was tried for stealing, on the 12th of January, $162 in bank notes, the property of Robert C. Sutton, Jr., and acquitted. Charles Girth was examined for grand larceny, in stealing, on the 16th day of January, two overcoats from Frank Dickman. He was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. The Grand Jury assembled and were sworn in, after which they were charged by Mr. Dani
ctfully report, That while in their opinion the sum of $2 perdiem, as paid by the ordinance, is a fair sum to be paid them, yet the committee, being aware of the high price of provisions and other expenses of living, are willing to make a small addition to their pay for a limited time, without changing the ordinance. They therefore recommend the adoption of the following resolution: "Resolved, That the Chamberlain be instructed to pay to each member of the Night Watch ten cents per day in addition to the per diem pay now authorized by ordinance, to commence February 1st and continue in force till the first day of May, 1862." The report was laid on the table, on motion of Mr. Scott. Capt. Wilkinson's Salary. The following was offered by Mr. Hill, and adopted: Resolved, That the Chamberlain of the city be authorized to pay to the widow of A. Wilkinson the amount of salary that would have been due him if he had lived to the 30th day of April. Adjourned.