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The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1865., [Electronic resource], Southern Representation — the latest news from Washington. (search)
iles, R. B. Watkins and A. Y. Stokes. On motion of Mr. Sutherlin, the meeting took a recess till 7 o'clock P. M. Evh fully replied to Mr. Joues, opposing his views. Major Sutherlin, of Danville, opposed the ground taken by the Committe it much better than the President and Directors. Major Sutherlin asked the gentleman from Halifax with what grace he cohere, he, for one, was in favor of withdrawing it. Mr. Sutherlin replied that, although he did not oppose it before the . Brief explanations were made by Messrs. Branch and Sutherlin. The first-named gentleman disclaimed any intention to r Mr. Jones asked leave to withdraw the resolution. Mr. Sutherlin explained the position of the Board of Directors. Buford, President, and Franklin Stearns, Wood Bouldin, W. T. Sutherlin and A. F. Harvey, Directors, and to John D. Harvey, W. Edmonds, of Halifax, and Wood Bouldin, of Charlotte. Mr. Sutherlin offered a preamble, with the following resolution attac