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The enemy was camped beyond Big Creek. Having discovered one of his camps unguarded, Lieutenant-Colonel Anderson was started through the mountains to surprise them at day-break. About sunset, we punext morning at day-break advanced on the enemy at Big Creek. The object was to amuse him till Anderson should attack. It appears by the sequel that Anderson reached the desired point at day-break, Anderson reached the desired point at day-break, but found the camp of the preceding evening removed — the enemy in strong entrenchments, and much reinforced. Not hearing anything of Anderson, but finding the enemy on this side of his entrenchmentsAnderson, but finding the enemy on this side of his entrenchments, the company of Captain Somers and two others of the Third Regiment were ordered ascend the hill-side through the wood. This they did in gallant style, with a cheer, giving more than double their ned the enemy out of his position, he answering ineffectually with a rifled union. Hearing that Anderson was returning, (and our only object having been to keep the enemy in play till he had an opport
The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Exhibition of 1862--the Eccentricities of genius. (search)
l for his good behavior. He went, to jail, therefore, for more than one reason. The case of Turner, a slave of Wadsworth, Turner &Co., for having in his possession a bag of sugar and a roll of cotton cloth, without being able to account satisfactorily for having them, was continued to this morning. So was the case of Frank, a slave of James Gunn, charged with going at large. George, a slave of John Freeland, was ordered fifteen lashes, for going out at night without a pass. Anderson, a runaway slave, belonging to James Jones, of Petersburg, was ordered to receive twenty lashes, and to be kept in jail until legally taken out. S. O. Crewer, non compris mentis, will be before his Honor this morning, not being in such a condition yesterday as inclined the Mayor to take up his case then. R. W. Oliver's back driver, for refusing, when not engaged otherwise, to carry a person demanding his services, was ordered to be whipped. Isaac Travis, a free negro, and Aur
The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Viscount Monck, the New Governor-General of Canada. (search)
Hustings Court, yesterday. --Present--Messrs. Sanxay, (presiding,) Bray, Timberlake, Anderson, Clopton, Regnault, and Binford. The court ordered a minute to be entered of record expressive of their respect for the memory of Harvey A. Dudley, deceased, late Deputy Sergeant of this city, and as a tribute to his worth as a man. Patrick McNeal was tried for a misdemeanor by him committed in resisting a police officer while in the discharge of his duty. The jury brought in a verdict of "not guilty." Joseph Vernon, indicted for assault and battery, was next arraigned. After hearing the evidence, the jury retired and brought in a verdict of guilty, and fining the defendant one dollar. To this verdict he excepted, as contrary to the law and the evidence, and moved the court to grant him a new trial, which, however, the court refused to do. He then excepted to the ruling of the court in several particulars, and took leave to file his bill of exceptions to-day. Gentry