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The Daily Dispatch: October 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], Losses of the Louisiana Guard Artillery, Capt. E. D' Aquin. (search)
Losses of the Louisiana Guard Artillery, Capt. E. D' Aquin. --August 22d, action at Weiford's Ford, Hazel River — Killed; Sergent T. J. White, Private Eugene Fowler; wounded; Private M. Baldwin. August 30th, battle of Manassas--Wounded; Lieut. Charles Thompson, Corp'l H. O. Seixas, Privates Wesley Broune, W. C. Ahern, and Chas. Burns. September 17th, battle of Sharpsburg--Wounded; Serg't C. W. Baker, Privates Bridge, Ott, Scott, Roderous, and McCall. Action on the banks of the Potomas, September 20th--Killed; Private Edward Hoey mortally wounded: Serg't Win. H. Mercer and Private Dan'l S.
The Daily Dispatch: October 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs in the Kanawha valley — Sale of Salt. (search)
he proceedings of our courts. He had no such power. The old maxim inter Arma silent leges did not prevail here. Mr. Baldwin, of Va., rose to offer the following amendment to the bill reported from the Committee: 1. It shall be a suffie shall, when required by either House of Congress, transmit the written reasons and evidence flied as aforesaid. Mr. Baldwin, while speaking upon his amendment, said his proposition was not to suspend the writ of hab as corpus, nor to vest theed to any act of usurpation? A Voice.--Has an instance occurred in which the President has abused the power? Mr. Baldwin.--There has. He dispersed the Supreme Court of Appeals of the State of Virginia, and forbids them to hold their sessioiscuss the legal question lavished in the discussion, but to respond to a statement which the gentleman from Virginia (Mr. Baldwin) had made touching the action of the President pending the declaration of martial law in the city of Richmond. He had
From Florida. Augusta, Oct. 7 --The Savannah papers of this morning have dispatches from Baldwin' Fla., dated 6th, which says: A train went within two miles of Jacksonville yesterday afternoon. Our cavalry drove in the Yankee pickets. Two gunboats opened on the train, but did no damage. Eleven hundred Yankees have landed at Jacksonville. Our troops are gathering.