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Pardoned. --Governor Letcher on Saturday pardoned and released from the Penitentiary, a man named John Brown, who was sent up for two years by the Circuit Court of Norfolk county, for passing counterfeit money.--Brown had served out the greater portion of his time.
bring up a schooner which a -inch Columbian had been and instead of doing so, the Captain boat over to Old po t and gave informs probably that our forces were evacus Sewell's Point. Tobins, we man, and has been in charge of ever since the war began. The White longed to the and Chesapeake nal Company. We learn from persons from Newell's P that the bombardment, as heavy as it was done the works there go harm w There were none of our men killed, tho Lieut Wall ce of the Norfolk County Janson Grays, received a slight wound in ankle, and Private Cooper, of the same , was severely wounded in the ankle, and Private Cooper, of the same , was severely wounded in the Besides these, we learn that a young man who was on the Sewell's Point road probably a mile from the battery, received a slight wound on the neck from a piece shell which exploded in the vicinity. The New York Times, among its Southern Items, at announces th was ed out the enterprise of Southern as
John Clarke, free, Washington. Thos Mitchell, free, Ohio. Green Jones, free, Ohio. George Cook, free, Prince, William. William Lipscomb, slave of Mrs. S Gordon, New Kent. Jerry Lomax, slave of Wm. Pratt, Virginia. Horace, slave of Geo Taylor. John Williams, free, Alexandria, Va. Gibson Gracy and three children, slave of widow Goodwin, Fairfax co. Chas Murphy. Andrew Jackson, free, Pennsylvania. Edmond, slave of John Sanderson, Norfolk co., Va. Louisa. Jess, slave of Maj Wm Allen, Jamestown Island. Jim West, slave of Geo R. Cox, King William co. Jackson, slave of Richard Balley, Sandy Point. Nat, slave of Albert Hawkerds, York river. Aug. D Pretley, free, Phila. Joe Hall, slave of Dr. Chas Seldon, Richmond Isaac Wood, slave of Chas Wood, no county. King Abel, slave of Thos M Candish, Williamsburg. Eliza Gaskins, free, and children, Prince William. Louisa, free, and children,
Prisoners in Fort Norfolk. A correspondent sends us the following list of persons confined in Fort Norfolk: J T Jones, Norfolk, time not known. T O Woodward, Norfolk, three months. T Segar, Norfolk, three years. F Masi, Norfolk, three years. C Drummond, Norfolk, ten years. J Shanks, Norfolk, fifteen years. J D Sikes, Norfolk county, twelve months. P Prentise, Suffolk, time not known. R Riddick, Suffolk, time not known. W Riddick, Suffolk, time not known. W Cohoon, Suffolk, time not known. R Darden, Suffolk, time not known. E Everett, Suffolk, time not known. J Lancaster, Suffolk, time not known. R L Woodward, Suffolk, time not known. R Hozier, Suffolk, time not known. R Mathia, Suffolk, time not known. R Cherry, Suffolk, time not known. R Montague, Gloucester, time not known. R Johnson, Gloucester, time not known. R Sinclair, Gloucester, time not known. J. T. Garrison and John Ballock made their escape from prison f
were candidates for re-election, and defeated: 1st District, M R H Garnett, beaten by Montague; 3d District, James Lynne, beaten by Wickham; 10th District, A R Boteler, beaten by Holliday; 13th District, Walter Preston, beaten by McMullin. In the 2d and 7th Districts Messrs. Chambliss and Holcombe, present members, were not candidates for re-election. In the 9th District Funston succeeds Smith, present member, who is elected Governor. State Senate. Accomac, &c — G T Garrison. Norfolk co., &c — Alex Coke, (reported) Dinwiddie &c — T T Jones. Lunenburg, &c — Asa D Dickinson. Pittsylvania, &c — E F Keen. Franklin, &c — Peter Sanders, sr. Campbell, &c.--Chas H Lynch. Henrico, &c.--John R Garnett. City of Richmond — Geo W Randolph. Fairfax, &c.--Wm H Delany. Louisa, &c--Mr. Guy, (reported) Frederick, &c — Jas H Carson. Bath, &c.--Wm Frazier. Smyth, &c — Wm E Peters. Boone, &c. --Jas Lawson, (reported.) Mason, &c.--W W Newman. Harrison, &c — Kenna L Step
. The 5th Massachusetts regiment, whose time expired at Newbern, N. C., has arrived at Fortress Monroe and volunteered for Dix's "On to Richmond." Gold was quoted in New York, on the 26th, at 144½. Cotton 65 to 67 cents per pound. Commodore Stockton, who was appointed a Major-General last winter, has taken command of the division of the New Jersey State soldiers which is being raised for the defence of Pennsylvania. Gen. Dix has restored civil law and government over Norfolk county and the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth, to a certain extent. George W. Jones, late Minister to New Grenada, who was arrested in November, 1861, by the Government, and kept four months in Fort Lafayette, has sued Secretary Seward for $50,000 damages. The case is just entered in the Supreme Court of New York. Each district Marshal of New York has 50 men engaged in enrolling the names of persons subject to the draft, and it is said that up to Saturday, the 20th, 150,000 names
Returns of the State election. Below we publish some refugee votes cast in this city on Thursday last: Senate. James City, Williamsburg, &c.--Baker P. Leigh, 43; John Tyler, 31; Cyrus A. Branch, 13. Twenty-second District.--James B. Sener, 10; W. D. Quesenberry, 6. City of Norfolk.--General Wm. Mahone, 15; Dr. J. J. Simpkins, 1. House of Delegates. James City--Jas. W. Curtis, 23; W. R. Willis, 30; R. H. Armistead, 5; R. C. Apperson, 13. Norfolk County.--C. W. Murdaugh, 14; Wm. H. Stewart, 7; A. S. Watts, 12. Prince William.--C. W. C. Dunnington, 5; Colonel E. W. Berkeley, 3. City of Norfolk.--R. H. Baker, Jr., 19 Jefferson County.--Wm. Burnett, 39; W. H. Maseau, 10; J. J. Locke, 15; J. S. Melvin, 17; W. A. McDonald, 14; John Henderson, 1. Marion County.--J. S. Haymond, 8;--Arnett, 1. Alexandria--Morton Marye, 29; B. H. Berry, 33; D. L. Smoot, 2. The following is a statement of the polls at Chaffin's Bluff: Senate. Six
of Messrs. Smith and Letcher. After discussion the following amendment was offered by Mr. Gibboney, of Wythe, and agreed to; and, as amended, the joint resolution was passed: Strike out all in the preamble having reference to Messrs. Hunter and Montague, and all after "resolved," and insert, "That the President be earnestly requested to grant a general pardon to all citizens of Virginia requiring Executive clemency under existing laws of the United States." Mr. Hurst, of Norfolk county, offered the following, which was laid upon the table: Whereas it is currently reported and generally believed that the celebrated Hudibrastic General B. F. Butler is about to take charge of this military department, with powers extraordinary; therefore. Resolved, That whatever money may remain in the State Treasury be immediately divided among the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers, and couriers be dispatched to the various counties, requesting the people to secrete or bu
The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1865., [Electronic resource], Admission of Southern Representatives. (search)
e National Express and Transportation Company, was considered, and after some amendments, was ordered to be read a third time and engrossed. Mr. Stearns offered a resolution inquiring into the expediency of authorizing county courts to borrow a sum not exceeding fifteen thousand dollars, on the credit of the counties, for which they may issue bonds. Mr. Lee, of Richmond, offered a resolution inquiring into the expediency of re-organizing the Public Guard. Mr. Langhorne, of Norfolk county, offered a resolution proposing a reduction of the pay of members to three dollars per day, which lays over under the rules. Mr. White, of Henrico, offered a resolution of inquiry relative to extending the time of the operation of the stay law. By Mr. Hardy, of Norfolk city — A resolution of inquiry relative to relieving from taxation citizens of portions of the State occupied for twelve months by Federal troops. By Mr. Lee, of Richmond — A resolution inquiring into the ex
Notaries appointed. --The Governor has appointed the following notaries public: G. W. Garnett, for Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania county; A. H. Turner, for Albemarle county; James G. Holladay, for Portsmouth and Norfolk county; and H. N. Richards, for Bath county.
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