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The Daily Dispatch: may 10, 1861., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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did not avail. He was sent down as an enemy of the public peace. A man calling himself Wm. H. Frear, was also arraigned, charged with being a person of suspicious character--one having feelings and sympathies with the North. Mr. John W. Davies testified that he had heard Frear use words in conversation calculated to produce that impression on his mind. He had vaunted the superiority in nuld vote down the Ordinance of Secession, which he alleged was passed by a very small majority. Frear said what he did was done to put the people on their guard. He was a resident of Boydton, Mecklrded at his house, and had been only gotten rid of by the generalship of his (Mr. McC.'s) wife. Frear did not see what the testimony just given in had to do with the case. The generalship of the las arrested. The defendant had not been injured by the proceeding, as he should discharge him. Mr. Frear called upon the bystanders to take notice that he came when summoned, and had been honorably l