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The Daily Dispatch: January 23, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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tempting to vote a National Democratic ticket. J. J. Taylor being in the Confederate army. Patrick Birthistle, arrested by order of a Judge. John Wittenbecker, arrested by order of a Judge. William H. Perkins, attempting to vote illegally. Patrick Russell, refusing to take the oath. John O'Hara, by order of a Judge. A. J. Abvams, by order of Sergeant Watts. James McGrevy refusing to take the oath. James Kearney, polluting the ballot box. Charles McComas, aiding in preventing the passage of troops on the 19th of April, and attempting to vote. S. H. McManus, and Dr. A. T. A. McManus, threatening the life of Mr. Jarboe and attempting to vote. W. J. Coshran, resistance on the 19th of April. Reuben Barber, by order of Judge. Julius Shultz, cheering for Jeff. Davis. P. H. Warren, being an enemy to the Government, released on parole by Marshal Dodge. George Thompson, treasonable language. L. S. Jackson, trea
Kanawha county. A letter from Charleston, Kanawha county, states that James H. Brown was elected Judge of the Kanawha Circuit, on the 38th December, under the Wheeling Government. And the writer adds: "Can you imagine a greater fall from our late worthy incumbent, Judge McComas! Who could have supposed that his mantle would have thus fallen? O! Tempora. O! Mores." Mr. Brown was elected to the House of Delegates, last May, from Kanawha county, but has since turned traitor, and been a prominent member of the Wheeling Convention.