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The Daily Dispatch: June 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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o-morrow morning. A saint under the Confiscation Act was brought in the United States District Court, to-day, before Judge Smalley. The defendant is a Mr. James B. Guthrie, the owner of $15,000 Virginia bonds. The District Attorney, on the part of the Government, contends that he was about removing said property to Virginia, in September last, in violation of the act prohibiting commercial intercourse with the rebellious States. Guthrie denies that he intended to remove to Virginia, and claims that he is a loyal citizen. Guthrie was recently released from Fort Lafayette, whither he had been sent for uttering disloyal at sentiments. The case ofGuthrie was recently released from Fort Lafayette, whither he had been sent for uttering disloyal at sentiments. The case of Hamilton E. Towle, against the Great Eastern, came up before Judge Betts to-day. Mr. Towle claims $100,000 salvage for saving the vessel from shipwreck — not that he wants the money, he says, but that his claims of saving the big ship from destruction may be recognized by the owners as well as by the public. The consignees, Mess
The Confiscation act. --We learn from the New York papers that a suit under the Confiscation act-was brought before the U. S. District Court, in that city, on the 28th of May. The defendant is Mr. James B. Guthrie, the owner of $15,000 Virginia bonds. The District Attorney, on the part of the Government, contends that he was about removing said property to Virginia, in September last, in violation of the set prohibiting commercial intercourse with the Confederate States. Guthrie denies tfendant is Mr. James B. Guthrie, the owner of $15,000 Virginia bonds. The District Attorney, on the part of the Government, contends that he was about removing said property to Virginia, in September last, in violation of the set prohibiting commercial intercourse with the Confederate States. Guthrie denies that he intended to remove to Virginia, and claims that he is a "loyal" citizen. He was recently released from Fort Lafayette, whither he had been sent for uttering Southern sentiments.