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attalions of light artillery; Army of Tennessee. 32S. G. FrenchMississippiMaj. Gen. G. W. SmithOct. 22, 1862.Aug. 31, 1862. April 22, 1863. Commanding Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, with defensive line from the mouth of the Appomattox to Cape Fear river. 33C. L. StevensonVirginiaLt. Gen. E. K. SmithOct. 13, 1862.Oct. 10, 1862. Oct. 13, 1862. Division composed of the brigades of Brown, Cumming, Pettus and Reynolds, and the light batteries of Anderson, Rowan, Corput and Carne; at another time, of the brigades of Pettus, Palmer and Cumming. 34George E. PickettVirginiaGen. R. E. LeeOct. 11, 1862.Oct. 10, 1862. Oct. 11, 1862. Commanding Department of North Carolina in 1864; commanded division in Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern Virginia, composed of the brigades of Garnett, Armistead, Kemper and Jenkins, to which Corse's brigade was subsequently added. 35John B. HoodTexasGen. R. E. LeeOct. 11, 1862.Oct. 10, 1862. Oct. 11, 1862. Promoted Lieutenant-General Sept
The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Candidates for Congress in North Carolina. (search)
secution against the of crew of an American vessel, the registry was not ever prima facis evidence of ownership, to show the American character of the vessel. I therefore am of the opinion that in this case the enrollment and license were only prima facie evidence that Holden Almy, the owner of the said schooner, was a citizen of Virginia. As further authorities on this question, see the following cases: Bradbury vs. Johnson, 41 Maine Rep., Brooks vs. Minturn, I California, 482; Stoke vs. Carne, and others, 2 Campbell, 340. New, as I said before, the domicil of the owner at the time of the capture of the vessel determines its character as hostile or not. In the ease of the "Ocean," 5 C. Robinson, 91, Sir Wm. Scott decided that a British merchant settled in Holland, at the breaking out of hostilities, but taking early measures to remove, was entitled to restitution of his property seized as enemy's property. And the same doctrine was maintained by the Supreme Court in the case
Billiards. --There is to be a match game played between M. Phelan and Carne, at the Ballard Billiard Saloon, during the next week. The latter is the French player who has created such a great furore in New York. The former is the old champion. An interesting game is expected.