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The Daily Dispatch: July 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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selves from the square on that occasion. Roll-call demonstrating the fact, Major Wilkins detailed a guard, with orders to capture and imprison the absentees. This ings Court, praying for relief, which was granted by the Judge, asking that Major Wilkins might be made to show his authority in the premises, and the cause of petitds himself under arrest and confinement in Mayo's warehouse by order of one R. W. Wilkins, styling himself Major of Virginia Militia, claiming authority over him. He Commonwealth of Virginia's most gracious writ of habeas corpus to the said Major Wilkins directed, commanding him to have forthwith before your Honor the body of yoted, besides the Judge, there were assembled the plaintiff and his counsel, Major Wilkins, commander of the second class Battalion, J. Randolph Tucker, Attorney Gened about 12 o'clock. The writ in the above case having been returned by Major Wilkins with the endorsement that he did not have the petitioner in custody at the