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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], Capture of Plymouth, N. C.--Twenty-five hundred prisoners and thirty pieces of artillery taken. (search)
ayor yesterday, when it appeared that on the 12th instant, Joseph H. Colquitt, Jr., had applied to the Clerk of Henrico County Court for a lihe consent of William Hopkins and on the certificate of Horne that Colquitt was over twenty-one. Colquitt, who has been in the army three yeaColquitt, who has been in the army three years, and will not be twenty till next May, looks much older, and the Clerk had no doubt of his being of age, but required the certificate of a ctice of the Court. Witnesses were introduced who proved that Colquitt had, during the last year, represented himself to Horne and othersgainst Horne came out in the testimony of officer Moore and Jos. H. Colquitt, Sr. Mr. Moore said he arrested Horne while the latter was attemcape from Mr. Hopkins's house by crawling out of a back window. Mr. Colquitt stated that after Horne was arrested he at first denied that he was the man who had certified to the age of Colquitt, junior, but afterwards admitted it. The Mayor reserved his decision till Saturday,