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of R. ,Bossieux, was ordered to be licked for going without his pass. Jno. H. Bowler was fined five dollars, because his son had engaged in a rock battle contrary to law. Robert H. Pleasants, juvenile five negro, formed with a coat supposed to have been stolen, and who had no certificate of his freedom, was delivered to Mr. Peter Collier, of Petersburg, to whom he had been bound. James Phelps Dunbar and James M. Elmore were sent on for trial for stealing two horses one from Ro. Anderson and one from Henry L. Derna. The robbery occurred on the Brook road, six miles from Richmond. Dunbar was caught after a chase of twenty-five miles. Elmore succumbed after a chase of three miles. It was proved that Elmore had escaped from the city jail a few months since, after being sent on for trial with Tazewell Garr, (since tried and acquitted,) for robbing Wm. B, Lane, of the 4th Ala. Regiment, of a silver watch, gold chain, and 70 in money. He will new be hold to answer that charg
Gone to Grass. --The Yankee papers state that Brigadier-General Robert Anderson, U. S. A., has been ordered before the Army Retiring Board, and it is expected that he will be retired from active service, as, since the bombardment of Fort Sumter, in 1861, he has not been equal to the fatigue and excitement incidental to, service in the field.
confined at Wheeling, Va. The following are at Camp Chase, on charge of disloyalty: Martin Brittan, Ell C. Williams, Jackson county; Benj. Bassil, Upsher county; Dallas and Thos, Gilford, Pocahontas county; B. G. Garrier, Dan. Hort, Geo. W. Mills, C. N. Schoonover, Randolph county; Jno. D. Garret, Logan county; Thos. Moran, Barbour county; Jas. W. Norman, Calhoun county; D. L. Shodgrass Marion county; D. Williams, Harrison county; Ell Emrick, Wood county; Levi Tottey, Hampshire county; Robert Anderson and Andrew Jones, Cumberland county; J. A. B. Leonard and S. S. Floyd, Montgomery county. The following are confined at the Old Capitol prison: Dearban, Samuel and Isaiah Johnson, Jno A. Scott, Jno. W. George and Samuel C. Taylor, Accomac county, blockading; Bolney Purcell and Steven R. M. unt, London, held as hostages; J. H. Barnes, F. Fox, Geo. H. Cook, Richard Johnson, Richard Richardson and Albert Wren, Fairfax county, Disloyal. The Chesapeake "pirates"--the way her cargo
e upon it was almost a strictly party one. Every Democrat voted against it, and a few of the border State men who usually act with the Administration party in the House. The New Yorkers on the War — a little Theatrical business for General Robert Anderson. The New Yorkers are persuading themselves that they have altogether subjugated the gentlemen who used to buy goods from them, and propose to hold a grand mass meeting to celebrate the event. In the preliminary meeting for this purpoof the United States, to the Governor of this State, and to the several officers named therein, and that the same be published. Resolved, That the President be requested to send a national ship to Charleston harbor to convey thither General Robert Anderson, that he may replace upon the flagstaff of Fort Sumter that national banner, the emblem of our liberties and of our Union, which, on the 13th of April, 1861, he was compelled to lower at the dictation of the traitors of South Carolina.
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