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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Chesapeake Female College. (search)
Return. --The battalion which left this place on Wednesday, the 17th instant, for Harper's Ferry 'have' returned home. The battalion consists of the Monticello Guards, Captain Mallory; the Albemarle Rifles, Capt. Duke; the Sons of Liberty, Captain Tosh; and the Southern Guard, Capt. Hutter, of the University. These gallant men were welcomed by the Cornet Band and a vast concourse of citizens, the ladies waving their handkerchiefs and the throng cheering. All the companies returned with new Minnie muskets, captured at Harper's Ferry. We learn that these companies will remain at home only five days, when they will again march to serve on some other field of action. Each and every one of them is eager to meet the enemies of his State and the South.--Charlottesville Jeffersonian.
The Daily Dispatch: may 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Death of a
United States Army officer. (search)
Police Arrests. --Saturday night the watchmen caged Simon Eagan for beating John Phelan; Jerry Buckley, for raising a disturbance in the store of C. Cottez & Co., Casino Marks, for getting intoxicated and reclining on the sidewalk of Main street; Jim Skipper, for coming from Petersburg without his free papers, and carrying Gilman & Mallory's pass, contrary to law; and Thornton, an employee of the Midlothian Coal Pit Company, for being in the city without leave. Richard Smith, free negro, who was found in possession of Northern correspondence, and driven from Manchester, was arrested here yesterday morning and put in the cage; also, William, slave of J. H. P. Mayo, for stealing a side of bacon; and late yesterday evening Conrad Schliser was locked up for violently assaulting Bernard Frischkorn.
The Frankfort Convention--Union feeling in Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky., June 4.--The Border Convention adjourned yesterday sine die, after adopting the National and State address. Louisville, June 4.--Union flags are constantly raising here amid great enthusiasm.----To-day all are flying at half-mast in consequence of the death of Senator Douglas. Mr. Crittenden consents to run for Congress in the Lexington district. Mr. Mallory has been renominated for the Seventh district by acclamation. At La Grange, Kentucky, immense quantities of provisions are going day and night by way of Shepherdsvilie, eighteen miles south of Louisville, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, thence to be sent by rail south, if and when transmission south from Louisville shall not be interdicted.
The Daily Dispatch: June 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Notice to our subscribers. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Important from
Kentucky. --A dispatch from Louisville says that J. J. Crittenden's majority for the Washington Congress is 2,500. Mallory (Union) is also elected. The Union vote in Louisville has fallen off 2000 since the April election.
The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1860., [Electronic resource], Congressional debate,