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Hustings Court. --Mrs. Caroline Isaacs, charged with receiving $7,000 worth of goods stolen from Chiles & Chenery, knowing the same to have been stolen, was tried and acquitted. John Jones, indicted for feloniously stealing goods at the riot on the 2d of April, was tried and acquitted. Judge Lyons then remanded him to the Mayor to be examined for participating in the riot. The trial of Jesse White, indicted for murder, was postponed till September.
Rioting. --John Jones, remanded to the Mayor by Judge Lyons, to be examined for participating in the riot of the 2d April, and having in his possession several hats and shoes, and a quantity of coffee and bacon, which were taken by the fioters, had a hearing, and was then sent on to Judge Meredith's Court, at its next term, to answer for a misdemeanor. Jones was tried before Judge Lyons for stealing the articles enumerated above, and acquitted by the jury.
The Circuit Court --Judge Meredith--At its sessions just closed, disposed of a number of criminal cases. The Grand Jury found 28 true bills on indictments before them. Of this number 15 were tried and found guilty, three acquitted, two discharged by nolle prosequi, and two penitentiary convicts resentence for additional terms. Many of the rioters of the 2d of April were tried before the Judge.
ion one hundred and ten thousand dollars. Lynchburg, April 2.--The amount funded in this city is three million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Charlottesville, April 2.--The amount funded at the depository at this place by citiz thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. Savannah, April 2.--The amount of Confederate notes funded in this city is e thirty-four thousand five hundred dollars. Augusta, April 2.--The amount funded in this city is fifteen million seven hundred thousand dollars. Fayetteville, April 2.--Two million one hundred and thirty-five thousand two hundred dollars dred and ninety-two dollars by citizens. Wilmington, April 2.--The depositories here foot up four million nine hundred red and ninety seven dollars and fifty cents. Macon, April 2.--The amount funded here is $13,519,600, besides a large a00, besides a large amount paid in by disbursing agents. Albany, Ga., April 2.--The amount funded here is $1,596,900.
st's expedition to Paducah. [Official dispatches.] Demopolis, April 2d, 1864. To Gen. S. Cooper: The following dispatch from Gen. Forrest has just been received. L. Polk, Lieut.-Gen. Dresden, Ten., March 27. via Okolona, April 2. --To Lieut.-Gen. Polk:--I left Jackson on the 23d ult, and captured Union City on the 24th with four hundred and fifty prisoners, among them the renegade Hawkins, and most of his regiment, about two hundred horses, and five hundred small arms. s loss at Paducah was fifty killed and wounded. The prisoners in all five hundred. N. B. Forrest. Demopolis, April 3. To Gen. S. Cooper: The following dispatch just received from Gen. Forrest: "Jackson, Tenn, via Waterford, April 2.--Six hundred Federal prisoners will arrive at Ripley, Miss, to-day, en route for Demopolis. Colonel Neely engaged Hunt (?) on the 29th March, near Bolivar, capturing his entire wagon train, routing and driving him to Memphis, killing thirty
Funding. Petersburg, April 3. --The amount funded here is seven millions three hundred thousand dollars. Staunton, April 2.--Two million nine hundred thousand dollars have been funded here.
The Daily Dispatch: April 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], Later from Europe — the rebel rams building in France. (search)
Later from Europe — the rebel rams building in France. The steamship Asia, from Queenstown on the 2d of April reached Halifax on the 14th, on her voyage to Boston. The news is generally unimportant. It is said that Maximilian's difficulties with the Restorer of Austria were arranged, and that the of Mexico would soon be announced It was not proclaimed, however, at the latest date. Napoleon dispatched one of his Generate to aid in the solution of the Hapsburg family complications about Mexico. The rebel privateer Georgia was in the river Garonne, France, opposite Bordeaux, for refitting. --The crew of the Georgia would not give any information relative to the recent operations or the alleged burning of the American ship William Cramptoe. A correspondence between Secretary Seward and the British authorities on the Chesapeake case was punished; but it adds nothing to what is already known on the subject. In Denmark the Prussians had opened the first before
est for permission to forward them through the lines, which was refused; and Lord Lyons was moreover informed by Mr. Seward that "it would not be agreeable to the Government of the United States, for Her Majesty's Government to hold any intercourse whatever with the Confederates"--After this rebuff, which Lord Lyons appears to have received with his usual meekness, there remained nothing for him to do but to return the dispatches to the Foreign Office, where they will henceforth remain as the record of the most ridiculous diplomatic failure of even Earl Russell's administration. A little, however, did the Foreign Secretary anticipate such a result, that, as late as the 2d of April, additional instructions were sent out to Mr. Crawford relative to his mission to Richmond. These additional instructions, it may be supposed, were rendered necessary by the discovery that the "Mallory Report" was a forgery — We are now impatiently waiting to see whether the farce is to have a third act.
had rejoined their regiments. The horses of the cavalry and artillery had been much reduced in condition by the previous campaign. As full supplies of forage could not be furnished them at Dalton, it was necessary to send about half of each of these arms of service far to the rear, where the country could furnish food. On that account, Brigadier-General Roddy was ordered, with about three-fourths of his troops, from Tuscumbia and Dalton, and arrived at the end of February. On the 2d of April, however, he was sent back to his former position by the Secretary of War. On the 15th and 16th of January, Baldwin's and Quarles's brigades returned to the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, to which they belonged. His Excellency Joseph E. Brown added to the army two regiments of State troops, which were used to guard the railroad bridges between Dalton and Atlanta. On the 17th of February the President ordered me, by telegraph, to detach Lieutenant-General Hardee, w
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Freeman Powell, the young man who cut and stabbed Patrick O'Donnell on last Sunday week, on the south side of the Basin, from the effects of which O'Donnell died on last Saturday, was brought into court for an examination; but the Mayor having had placed in his hands the evidence and verdict of the Coroner's inquest, no examination was gone into, and Powell was remanded for the Hustings Court, which sets on the second Monday in April next, and the witnesses recognized for their appearance at that time. Thomas, slave of Gates Thompson, was charged with stealing two ladies' dresses, and other articles to the value of one thousand dollars, belonging to William Valentine. The evidence was not conclusive enough, and His Honor thought Mr. Valentine should be present to testify; therefore he continued the case until to-day. George Finnegan and Spartan Webb were charged with having in their possession a bag of meal, supposed stolen from some person
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