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The Daily Dispatch: October 2, 1863., [Electronic resource], Departure of one of the "Friends of the South." (search)
redential. [copy.] Mayor's Office, Augusta, Ga., 24th Aug., 1863. I hereby certify that the bearer, Mr. Chas Hallock, is a citizen of this city, and devoted to the cause of the Confederate States. Mr. H. is the editor of the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, one of the leading papers of this State. His character is in every respect above reproach. I take great pleasure in recommending Mr. Hallock to the kind courtesies of any friend of the South who may see this. (Signed,)Robert H. May. Mayor City of Augusta. Mr. Hallock represented that he was going out for supplies for the newspaper of which he was editor, and he had regular exemption and other papers, upon which he was permitted to sail. Now, the error in this case was with those who first gave Hallock credit and currency — who vouched for him without really knowing him. He came to Augusta as highly accredited from Richmond. Fresh from the enemy's country, he aspires to give tone and direction to So