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The Daily Dispatch: may 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. (search)
Wanted — a Substitute, for the war, in a good Cavalry company, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply immediately at the Rough and Ready Saloon, at the corner of 9th and Main streets, opposite General Winder's office, my 26--3t* A. J. Hall.
which all loval citizens of Virginia and the Confederacy will feel grateful. The city of Richmond is now, and has been for some days past, infested by the straggling soldiery of Gen. Johnston's army. Many of them, from evidence in General. Winder's office, are the worst element in the army. The peace of the city, no less than the discipline of the army, require that they should be arrested and sent back to their regimente, and it will be in part the business of the above batialion to seemy, require that they should be arrested and sent back to their regimente, and it will be in part the business of the above batialion to see that this is accomplished. The military police of the city, under Gen. Winder. has recenly been so reduced that he no longer has under his immediate command a sofficient guard. Good quarters and subsistence for the men will be provided from the time of sulletment. Lieut. Ed C. Crump, late of the Richmond Sharpshouters is recruiting for the battalion.
Past during. --This habit has been pursued with so much vim for several days past by visiting jehnes that it has become a nuisance, and attracted the attention of the officers charged with its suppression. Yesterday evening a lisatenant and a private in some one of the company's of the 1st regiment, came along by the Provost Marshal's office, corner of 9th and Broad on horseback, and are rate that might not inappropriately be called "fast and farious." They were halted by the officers after some trouble and being taken before Major Griswold, the Lieutenant was sent before General Winder. who paroled him to appear at 3 o'clock this morning. The soldier was sent to Castle Godwin until the same hour. The steeds wors sent to the Government stable to be taken care of.
Police Court, yesterday. --William Francis Guy, arrested on Monday as one of the parties concerned in the der of Patrick Kelly, on Seventeenth street, a few weeks since, appeared for examination, but several ensential witnesses being absent, the case was laid by for another occasion. Patrick Kearney, a member of the Seventeenth Mississippi regiment, who had fallen into the hands of the plice fores while enjoving a nap under a shed near Seabrook's Warehouse, was brought up and confronted with the head of Police, who ordered him to be delivered to General Winder. Woodson a slave, found in the act of amuggling whiskey from a frobidden precenet, was hauled up and duly punished for his flagicious conduct.