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The Daily Dispatch: October 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], Another Southerner sent to Fort Lafayette. (search)
he legality of the writ of garnishment, to which Messrs. James L. Pettigru, Wm. Whaley, and Nelson Mitchell had demurred. The court-room was crowded. The Courier gives the following report of the d form, he should hear the argument of both of the counsel before called upon to reply. Nelson Mitchell, Esq., also proposed, if convenient to the court, that the demurrer filed by him, though somatter at the same time. Mr. Miles interposed no objection, but asked that he might hear Mr. Mitchell, also, before replying. Mr. Miles notified the court that he had asked the assistance of, with the view of laying these arguments before our readers in full in another issue. Nelson Mitchell, Esq., followed, and after a brief explanation of the position he occupied, proposed to sho administer justice, under the State which recognizes sovereignty in its true principle. Mr. Mitchell contended that the writ was not conformable to the act, and that the act was derived from no