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The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1865., [Electronic resource] 18 0 Browse Search
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, and a considerable amount of legislative business connected with the interests of the Order was disposed of. The following is a list of officers elected for the ensuing year: George W. Dame, of Danville, Grand High Priest. Edward H. Lane, of Louisa Courthouse, Grand King. John P. Little, of Richmond, Grand Scribe. Thomas U. Dudley, of Richmond, Grand Treasurer. John Dove, of Richmond, Grand Secretary. Robert E. Withers, of Danville, Captain of Host. Benjamin N. Harris, of Richmond, Grand Principal Sojourner. Joseph H. Cooper, of Petersburg, Grand Royal Arch Captain. S. Kennelly, Jr., of Staunton, Grand Keeper of First Veil. H. Hudtwalcker, of Norfolk, Grand Keeper of Second Veil. William H. Lambert, of Alexandria, Grand Keeper of Third Veil. J. L. Burrows, of Richmond, Grand Chaplain. R. D. Sanxay, of Richmond, Grand Marshal. Thomas Angel, of Richmond, Grand Sentinel. The Chapter met on Thursday night and adjo
Mr. Harris, of Maryland. --This gentleman, whom the people of the St. Mary's district have continued in Congress for a number of years nhe present Congress. Mr. Raymond telegraphs to his paper: "Mr. Harris arrived here to-day, and intends to take his seat in the House onMonday next. Some speculation has been indulged as to the course Mr. Harris would pursue with reference to the test, or iron-clad oath as it is sometimes called. The absence of Mr. Harris up to this time, taken in connection with his avowed predilection for the recently defunct Sou expected, and some now believe that the House will refuse to let Mr. Harris occupy his seat, or will hereafter expel him as an unworthy membeound guilty, last summer, by a court-martial. On the other hand, Mr. Harris and his friends claim that even if he had been guilty of the offetion for pardon clearly showed that the witnesses on whose evidence Harris was convicted were unworthy of belief and had perjured themselves o
Other Dispatches. In addition to the above, we have received from Johnson's line other dispatches concerning the "The Fenians," "A Visit to Mr. Davis," "Mr. Harris, of Maryland," and various Washington items, all of which we had obtained from other sources, and which will be found elsewhere in our columns.