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The Daily Dispatch: April 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], The right spirit. (search)
The right spirit. --The ladies of the Grace Street Baptist Church held a meeting at the close of the religious services on Sunday morning, and informed the Governor of the State of their readiness to render any service in their power in fitting out our volunteers for military duty. They met again yesterday to organize themselves for prompt and efficient service. They take this method of informing the authorities, and the volunteer companies, that any demand for their labor, left with Ragland & Brother, corner of 9th and Main streets, will meet with ready and cheerful attention.
Charlson Inquest, Costenar Sanxay summoned a jury yesterday — to wit, H. W. Starke, D. T. Carter, Thomas F. Ragland, A. Welsh, M. Seagers, Joseph M. Humphreys, Robert Riddell, James Jacobs, Julius Kracker, John J. Cannon, and Larkin P. Ford, to inquire how, when, and by what means John Griffin came to his death. The jury were sworn and the evidence heard. Sergeant Keith was voluntarily present as the person charged with the shooting. Captain John Hill sworn: Captain Hill testified that Dr. Edwards, who had been robbed of $110 the night before, called upon him Monday for assistance in arresting one of the guilty parties, which he promised to render if a warrant for so doing was produced.--A warrant, in the hands of a police officer, was brought to Captain H. afterwards. The police officer said he had a right to summon men to aid him, and did summon several, probably five, (of whom Sergeant Keith was one of Capt. H.'s men to assist him. Capt. H. afterwards saw the de