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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The
Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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Pardoned. --Lorenzo W. Frazler, who was convicted several months since before Judge Lyons of an unlawful appropriation of the goods and chattels of John W. Davis, and who was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the city jail for the offence, was yesterday pardoned out by Gov. Letcher. We are informed of this fact by Andrew Jenkins, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the Hustings Court.
The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Pursuit of Matrimony under difficulty. (search)
Pursuit of Matrimony under difficulty. --We made mention on Saturday of the arrest of John Wilkinson for perjury. The case came up on that day before the Mayor for examination. Messrs. Andrew Jenkins, Reuben T. Seal, and Caleb C. Mitchell, appeared as Commonwealth's witnesses. It appeared that Wilkinson had gotten himself into the difficulty by his endeavors to provide his friend John Sterling with a surplus rib. The manner of his doing so was by going to the office of the Hustings Court and swearing before Mr. Jenkins, the Deputy Clerk, that Mr. C. C. Mitchell had given his consent for the issuing of a license to John Sterling to marry Miss C. S. Mitchell. The complaint was preferred by the father of the young lady, and the charge against John Wilkinsen was for forging the latter's name to the consent, and swearing to its genuineness before the deputy clerk. The unhappy Sterling was charged with fraudulently obtaining the marriage license by the appliance above referred to
The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1864., [Electronic resource], Interesting from
Severe Stabbing case. --Under the influence of a surplus quantity of whiskey, two white men, named Andrew H. Thompson and William Williams, personal friends heretofore, got into a difficulty about 2 o'clock Sunday morning, near the corner of Second and Duval streets, during which knives were drawn, and the latter was shockingly cut in divers places about his body and limbs. At the height of the violent altercation, Mr. Andrew Jenkins, happening to be passing by, interposed, and succeeded in separating the combatants. Thompson was taken before the Mayor yesterday, and by that officer remanded for future examination.