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The Daily Dispatch: October 30, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 5, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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What the meetings are composed of. --Col. Thos. M. Garrett, of the 5th N. C. regiment, offers a reward of $250 for the arrest of C. D. Sides, a deserter from that regiment. Col. Garrett says: "This man deserted on the 10th of May last, and was last heard of as figuring on the committee to draft resolutions for a meeting held in Forsyth county on the 26th August." A deserter drafting resolutions for a peace meeting! No wonder the administration of President Davis was denounced at such meetings. Deserters, of course, are opposed to sending any more men from North Carolina.
An affray occurred in Staunton, Va., on Thursday last, in which Capt. E. P. Sutton, of Richmond, was shot and slightly wounded by Capt. O. W. Chambers, and afterwards severely beaten by the same party. H. T. Clarke, of the Washington Artillery, has been arrested in Petersburg for stealing a gold watch from E. W. Hollins, of Richmond, and selling it at $600. C. D. Sides, lately published as a deserter figuring in a North Carolina peace meeting, is an old citizen of Forsyth county, and had not been in the army. Sumter Anderson, it is stated in the New York papers, claims to have the "old flag" of Fort Sumter still in his possession. The citizens of Florida are organizing Confederate Societies for the purpose of bringing down the price of the necessaries of life. The Presbyterian (United) Synod of Virginia has appointed the 1st proximo as a day of fasting and prayer.