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The Daily Dispatch: October 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ike this word better,) are working like beavers in the Court-House and Town Hall. A large number of coats and pantaloons are already finished, and several tents. They manage the tent-work without difficulty. They are getting on beautifully. John B. Strange, formerly of this place, has been appointed a Colonel of Volunteers. Mr. Strange is a fine officer, and was long the principal of a military academy in Norfolk, and for some years in Charlottesville. Our energetic friend, Wm. W. Gilmer, Esq., is making herculean efforts in this and adjoining counties to procure suitable artillery horses for the State. The Quartermaster's Department will not suffer in such hands. Col. Fry has appointed Thoms J. Wertenbaker as Commissary for the volunteer companies to rendezvous at this place, and Wm. G. Fretwell Quartermaster. Hon. W. C. Rives left his home on Wednesday to attend the Congress at Montgomery. W. Edgar Garth, Esq., has contributed $100 to the Monticello Gua
The accident on the Central Railroad. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Charlottesville, Va., Oct. 15. A frightful accident occurred last night about 11 o'clock, six miles from here, on the Central road, near the farm of Wm. W. Gilmer. The cars were thrown from the track by a cow, and seven persons killed--five soldiers and two colored men. The locomotive became detached, and was uninjured--Five cars and the tender were precipitated down an embankment 19 feet deep. One of the cars was knocked all to places; another was turned bottom upwards. One went partly over, but was not precipitated down the embankment, and one remained uninjured on the track. Geo. Griffith, of the Hampton Legion, from Abbeville, 8. C., Jas., H. Barnes, 18th Georgia, and --Ownes, of the 45th Georgia, were among the killed. John Smith, Company K. (Halifax,) of the 14th Virginia, had his leg amputated at the Delavan Hospital, by Drs. Allen and Davis. Those of the wounded were, George
hould not be filed against them for conspiring together as printers to extort of John M. Daniel, proprietor of the paper. Counsel for defendants concluded that the presentment made against the Parisians and can thrown out of Court by nolle prosequi in the first instance, because of some informality. The Commonwealth's Attorney could not elect of his commotion to continue the prosecution by information, but must go back and have a new indictment found. This view of the was opposed by Mr. Gilmer, for the prosecution who rent many authorities and made an ingenious argument in support of his position. The Court voted for submitted by defendants coursed, which will have the effect of putting an end to the end, unless a new indictment be found against the members of the Typographical Socity. C. S. District Court.--October, 13th, Fremonts James D. Halyburton, Judge, and P. District Attorney. Alexander Clayton, a returned paroled Confederate soldier, was set to the bar to