Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Hector Davis or search for Hector Davis in all documents.

Your search returned 6 results in 6 document sections:

Lieut. Col. Francis B. O'Keefe, Fifteenth Regiment New York volunteers, having been sentenced by court-martial to be cashiered, for drunkenness, disorderly conduct, &c., Major General McClellan has approved the said sentence, and formally declared him no longer an officer in the military service of the United States. J. D. Welsh, a British subject, was arrested in Baltimore last Saturday, because he refused to take from his watch chain a medallion containing the portraits of President Davis and General Beauregard. He afterwards obeyed orders and procured his release. The brig Mary McRae, of Wilmington, N. C., arrived at New York from Liverpool on the 8th inst., with a cargo of salt, quinine, &c. She has been seized by the Federal Government. Thomas W. Atkinson, the well-known Siberian explorer, died at his residence in Lower Walmer, England, on the 13th of August. Col. De Russey, Chief of the Engineer Department at Old Point, has been ordered to California.
The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], A French correspondent's view of the war in America. (search)
lity. She claimed to be waiting on the sick soldiers at one of the city hospitals; and His Honor, thinking this a good plea in mitigation of her offence, continued the case till this morning. So also he did the case of Charles Thurston, charged with assault and battery upon Peter Dickinson. So also the case of Ellen Kennedy and Miss Long, charged with assaulting and beating Mary Donahoe. The case of Charles Riddell and John T. Smith, accused of stealing a horse and buggy belonging to Davis & Hutchison, came up again. Riddell proved that he got into the buggy some time after it was stolen, and was accordingly discharged, His Honor, however, first giving him some good advice. John T. Smith was remanded to jail, to be forthcoming on the 17th instant, when a called session of the Hustings Court will be held for the examination of Smith on the charge of felony, and the witnesses were recognized in $300 each to appear before the said court at the same time. The case of Julia
Several prisoners confined in the city jail for various offences presented a petition to the Mayor yesterday, representing that they claim to be citizens of the United States, and are therefore anxious to obey President Davis's proclamation requiring them to leave the Confederate States, but are prevented by the bars, bolts, and walls of their prison, the jailor paying no heed to their disinterested efforts to get out of confinement. It is not necessary to state what answer His Honor made to this reasonable prayer.
The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], Heenan's Champion belt sold at auction. (search)
Gen. Joseph R. Anderson. --This officer has been appointed, by President Davis, to the coast defence of North Carolina, and is subordinate to Gen. Gatlin, who has command of the entire Confederate force of that State. Gen. Anderson has reported at headquarters in Newbern, and is now engaged in the discharge of his duties.
The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], To Graduates and Ex-Cadets of the Va. Military Institute. (search)
; but added to this is the penalty of imprisonment for violating the law concerning gambling in the District of Columbia. What the Greeks say. A sketch of Lincoln's message appears in Greek, which has quite a classical tang, in the Hemera "To-day" of July 14--26, (14th of Old Style.) This journal is published at Trieste for the Greek population of the Levant. From the Boston Courier's literal translation we take the following: It is said that the President of the seceding, Mr. Davis, sent letters to the President of the United, but he sent them back without giving an answer. At this many ask if the Northern States of America conquer the Southern, will their antagonism cease on that account? Sooner or later will they not come again into collision, perhaps more fearful? As a refuge for this, it seems either that slavery must be broken down, radically and immediately, or there must be introduced into the United States a military and dictatorial establishment analo
One hundred Dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 25th of August, two Negro Men, named John and Charles. John is twenty-four years old; black; has a full head of hair; is 6 feet 1 inch high; will weigh about 200 pounds; had on when he left a soft black hat, drab coat and blue cotton pants. Charles, his brother, is 20 years old; black; has a full head of hair; is 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high; weighs about 165 or 170 pounds. He also had on a soft black hat, drab coat and blue pants. I purchased them of W. C. Vanmeter, who lives near Moorefield, Va. I think it likely they will try and get back there.--They came to Richmond by railroad from Strasburg. I will give the above reward for them, or Fifty Dollars for either, delivered to Hector Davis, Richmond. John D. Ragland. au 28--2w*