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The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], English view of the late Royal visit. (search)
Hutcheson, William M. Harrison, B. F. Harris, G. L. Herring, George Hagedon, J. Howard, J. M. Jones, Sampson Jones, Jr., Daniel Johnson, Alexander Johnson, T. K. Lyon, W. S. Lehmann, J H. Leftwitca, D. B. Lucus, A. A. Lorentz. Wm. MacFarlane, Luke McKenna, P. T. Moore, Jordan Martin, A. Martin, Miles Macon, J. M. Macon, M. May, J. S. Michard, L. Marye, John Meredith, R. M. Nimmo, C. A. McEvoy, C. Nevins. Wm. Old. Jr., A. C. Porter, W. L Porter, W. Pollar, John Purcell, S. G. Peachy, Mann Page, S. B. Paul. A. E. Peticolas, J. Peyser, J. S. Pendleton, Jr., W. A. Patterson, L. Rueger, Wm. F. Ritchie, E. G. Rawlings, G. W. Randolph. M. L. Randolph, B. W. Richardson. G. E. Rawlings, Wm. I. Scott. M. Seagers, James L. Scoggin, H. H. Selden, R. Shutts, J. F. Stagg, H. W. Starke, --Smith. E. Straus, Wm. Stone, Franklin Thomas, D. H. Tucker, L. Wagner, Thomas Wheeley, A. D. Williams, J. T. Vannerson, B. R. Wellford, Jr., W. E. Warren, G. W. Yancey, Philip Wellford, C. D. Yale. no 3--1t
Ranaway from the Medical College. June 23d a bright Mulatto Boy named Frank. He is about 12 years of age stoops slightly, and walks awkwardly.--When last heard from he was on the Central Railroad track, saying that he was going to Tennessee. All persons are hereby warned against harboring him. The usual reward will be paid for his delivery to A. E. Peticolas. Richmond Va., June 24 1861 je 25--ts
Appointment. --Dr. A. E. Peticolas has been appointed Surgeon's mate in the 4th Regiment of Artillery. Dr. St. Geo. Peachy has held the post of Surgeon for four years past. The public will agree with us in saying that these positions could not be more worthily filled.--Both are physicians of excellent reputation, and none are more highly esteemed by the citizens generally.
The Daily Dispatch: June 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], Judge Parker's charge to the Grand Jury of Frederick county, Va. (search)
ranaway from the Medical College, June 23d a bright Mulatto Boy named Frank. He is about 12 years of age, stoops slightly, and walks awkwardly.--When last heard from he was on the Central Railroad track, saying that he was going to Tennessee. All persons are hereby warned against harboring him. The usual reward will be paid for his delivery to A. E. Peticolas. Richmond Va., June 2d, 1861 je 25--ts
Runaway from the Medical College. June 23d a bright Mulatto Boy named Frank He is about 12 years of age, stoops slightly, and walks awkwardly.--When last heard from he was on the Central Railroad track, saying that he was going to Tennessee. All persons are hereby warned against harboring him. The usual reward will be paid for his delivery to A. E. Peticolas. Richmond Va. June 24 1861 je 25--ts
Ranaway from the Medical College, June 23d, a bright Mulatto boy named Frank. He is about 12 years of age, stoops slightly, and walks awkwardly.-- When last heard from he was on the Central Railroad track, saying that he was going to Tennessee. All persons are hereby warned against harboring him. The usual reward will be paid for his delivery to A. E. Peticolas. Richmond, Va., June 24, 1861. je 25--ts
nt on; Christopher Russell and Henry Jones, for stealing boots, shoes, and leather; and Thomas Hayes, a slave, for stealing cloth and clothing. These parties are to be heard at the next term of the Hustings Court, which meets on Monday next. On Saturday night the police arrested, in a house on the gas works lot, forty-four negroes, who had assembled there for a grand frolic. Yesterday morning they had an early hearing, and were ordered to be striped for their indiscretion. Sandy Robinson, a free negro, has been arrested on charge of stealing a carpet, worth $500, from Dr. A. E. Peticolas, and is to be examined before the Mayor to-day. John Sullivan, a paroled Yankee, after "bobbing around the streets and drinking had liquor to his heart's content, applied at the first station-house for lodgings, having nowhere to stay, and was locked up. The Mayor will give him a hearing this morning, and will then, in all probability, return him to Gen. Winder, to be taken care of.
The Commencement Exercises of the Medical College. --The Annual Commencement of the Medical College of Virginia was held at the African Church last night. Dr. A. E. Peticolas delivered the address to the graduates. The ceremonies of the evening were of an interesting character, and the large concourse of ladies and gentlemen present were much pleased with the entertainment. The following is a list of the students who have received diplomas to practice medicine at the last session. A R. Rowzie, Essex, Va., J. Waddle Davis, Richmond. Va; J. Edward Moyler, Sussex, Va; J W Belvin, York, Va; John H. Tucker, Brunswick, Va; Joseph W Baker, Louisa, Va; Franklin S. Hall, Fredericksburg, Va; Wm D Sale, Essex, Va; John W. Fuqua, Amherst, Virginia; John R. Wood, Virginia; John W. Aler, Spotsylvania, Virginia; Henry E. Walking Prince Edward, Va; John R. Gildersleeve, Richmond, Va; Luther R. Dickinson Louisa, Va; George W Grantham, Jefferson, Va; James A Johnston, Betetourt, Va; Will
engaged as a second to Mr. John M. Daniel in a duel which was fought in the county on Tuesday morning last, and the latter as being one George W. Butler and Dr. A. E. Peticolas were examined, but as their testimony was the same which was elicited before the Mayor on Wednesday last, and which has already been published, there is no necessity of again repeating it. Dr. Peticolas, indeed, was more reticent in his testimony than on the first examination, notwithstanding the fact that the prosecuting attorney for Henrico county, Mr. John B. Young, read from legal authority to show that fear of implicating himself by answering certain questions as a witness need nis subject some discussion ensued between the prosecutor and Hon. Humphrey Marshall, counsel for Mr. Elmore; but the question was not pressed by Mr. Young, and Dr. Peticolas was therefore permitted to remain silent. In the absence of Hon. Paulus Powell, alleged to be an important witness in the case, the justices decided to contin
tler replied that he did not say that Mr. Elmore told him anything about a "hostile" meeting, but simply that there had been a meeting. If Mr. Young understood him to use the word "hostile" at all, he was sure there was some mistake. Dr. A. E. Peticolas was then called to the stand, when certain questions were propounded by Mr. Young with reference to the time and place where the duel between Mr. Elmore and Mr. Daniel was fought, and the result. Dr. Peticolas declined to make any ansDr. Peticolas declined to make any answer to the interrogatories. Mr. Young then read from the acts passed by the Legislature of Virginia in the month of January, 1859, the clause relative to duciling, which says that "every person who may have been the bearer of a challenge or acceptance, or otherwise engaged or concerned in any duel actually fought, may be required, in any prosecution against any person but himself, for having fought, or sided or abetted in such duel, to testify as a witness in such prosecution; but any stat
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