Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: may 28, 1861., [Electronic resource].
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From Montgomery.[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Montgomery, Wednesday, May 22, It has been said there are three things a wise man ought not to trust: "The wind, the sunshine of an April day, And woman's plighted faith," to which the good citizens of Montgomery will hereafter add the "foolish Congress" which adopted on yesterday a resolution removing the Government in all its departments and ramifications from their city to Richmond, Va. Throughout the past day or two, the indications favoring this movement (which was determined on in secret session) have been unsteady as a weather-cock upon his steeple point; but now, the gauntlet of doubts is run — the removal is a certainty, and forty thousand dollars appropriated to meet its expenses. "So there's an end." Not only, however, is the Capital of Virginia, temporary Capital of the Confederation, but Richmond — the queen city of the South--seated like an Empress on her throne of hills, crowned by h
Found guilty of Forgery. --Charles Smith was tried before Judge Lyons yesterday, for forging J. R. Crenshaw's name to a check for $34, which he passed to Gotlieb Maisch. The prisoner was ally defended by H. C. Cannon, but the proof being very clear, the jury found him guilty, and sent him to the Penitentiary for three years. The prisoner was then tried for forging Warwick & Barksdale's name to a check for $46, (passed to Peleg Vincent,) and was defended by the same counsel. The jury found him guilty, and ascertained the term of his imprisonment at two years. In two other cases vs Smith, the Prosecuting Attorney entered nolle prosequis. In one other case pending against him the Court quashed the indictment. When the prisoner was arrested for the offence above named, he was found in the room of a courtesan with whom he had been sustaining intimate relations for some years. When she heard the officer coming she put Smith in a wardrobe. Yesterday the female in question visi