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Fort Caswell (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
9138,032 Fort JacksonSavannah14125,00011,880 Fort MorganMobile1321,212,556104,475 Fort GainesMobile8920,00066,473 Fort MaconBeaufort, N. C.61430,00048,920 Fort CaswellOak Island, do87571,22172,711 Fort MoultrieCharleston5475,30148,732 Castle PinckneyCharleston2543,80923,905 Fort St. PhilipLouisiana124203,734101,980 Fort Jthe sea current and its wooden superstructure much decayed, requires to be rebuilt. The fortification cost the Federal Government half a million dollars. Fort Caswell is a first-class fortification, of a hexagonal form, built of massive Northern granites masonry, having two tiers of guns under bombproof casemates, and one ti-New platforms for these guns will require to be constructed. The battery Johnson, mounting ten guns, Situated at Smithville, with a magazine, is auxiliary to Fort Caswell. Resolutions passed by New York. The New York Legislature has passed the following resolutions: Whereas,The insurgent State of South Carolina, a
Newberry, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
ompany is made up of the best material. Their uniform is a red frock and dark pants. The following is a list of their officers: Captain, J. M. Perrin; First Lieutenant, A. M. Smith; Second Lieutenant, J. G. Edwards; Third Lieutenant, A. J. Lithgoe. The Monticello Volunteers, from Fairfield District, also passed down yesterday. It is also a strong body of fine looking men, and officered as follows: Captain, J. B. Davis; Lieutenants, J. T. Dawkins, W. J. Dawkins, R. J. Kelly. In Newberry, in the 28th regiment, on Saturday, the two companies were made up; in one of the battalions not 20 men were left when the call was made. In Clarendon, on Saturday, the call for volunteers was responded to by one company of 88, and one of 80, promptly marching out from the body of the regiment. Dr. A. M. Lynah, of the United States Navy, has resigned his commission, and returned to his native State. The Savannah Republican of Friday says: It gives us pleasure to be able
feet of Mr. Taylor, flied. --The ball entered beneath Mr. T's shoulder and glanced downwards into the stomach. The unfortunate man fell, and when the workmen went to him he informed them that he was unable to get up. They at once secured Barnard, who, it is reported, said that he had another charge ready if the first didn't kill him — or something to that effect. He was subsequently taken to the county jail by Wm. E. Wade. As soon as possible after the occurrence. Drs. Sinton, Berle and Terrell were called to the aid of Mr. Taylor, whose situation was found to be exceedingly dangerous. A consultation of physicians was held on Saturday night, and the result was an opinion that he could not recover. We heard yesterday afternoon that he was sinking, and that his lower limbs were paralyzed. The prisoner was partially examined before Justice Lee, and the case continued until Wednesday. He is a man of sixty-five years. On Saturday he seemed to feel no regret at the bloody deed h
ching within about three feet of Mr. Taylor, flied. --The ball entered beneath Mr. T's shoulder and glanced downwards into the stomach. The unfortunate man fell, and when the workmen went to him he informed them that he was unable to get up. They at once secured Barnard, who, it is reported, said that he had another charge ready if the first didn't kill him — or something to that effect. He was subsequently taken to the county jail by Wm. E. Wade. As soon as possible after the occurrence. Drs. Sinton, Berle and Terrell were called to the aid of Mr. Taylor, whose situation was found to be exceedingly dangerous. A consultation of physicians was held on Saturday night, and the result was an opinion that he could not recover. We heard yesterday afternoon that he was sinking, and that his lower limbs were paralyzed. The prisoner was partially examined before Justice Lee, and the case continued until Wednesday. He is a man of sixty-five years. On Saturday he seemed to feel no re
Thomas Lee (search for this): article 1
effect. He was subsequently taken to the county jail by Wm. E. Wade. As soon as possible after the occurrence. Drs. Sinton, Berle and Terrell were called to the aid of Mr. Taylor, whose situation was found to be exceedingly dangerous. A consultation of physicians was held on Saturday night, and the result was an opinion that he could not recover. We heard yesterday afternoon that he was sinking, and that his lower limbs were paralyzed. The prisoner was partially examined before Justice Lee, and the case continued until Wednesday. He is a man of sixty-five years. On Saturday he seemed to feel no regret at the bloody deed he had committed. There are several versions of the affair in circulation, but after diligent inquiry we have ascertained that the above narration is probably correct Mr. Taylor was for many years one of the magistrates of the county, and is well known as an upright and useful citizen. The affair has occasioned a painful sensation throughout the comm
Tom Taylor (search for this): article 1
which will probably result in the death of a highly respected citizen. John O Taylor, Esq. It appears that Mr. Taylor had purchased a farm from Joseph Barnard, who Mr. Taylor had purchased a farm from Joseph Barnard, who had separated from his wife, but continued to live on the place, and on Friday the former went there with workmen to put up a fence. Barnard claimed some plank which they were about to use, as his own, and some words ensued. when Mr. Taylor took hold of him and expressed a wish that no difficulty might occur between them Barnardt into the house and got a pistol, and approaching within about three feet of Mr. Taylor, flied. --The ball entered beneath Mr. T's shoulder and glanced downwards intter the occurrence. Drs. Sinton, Berle and Terrell were called to the aid of Mr. Taylor, whose situation was found to be exceedingly dangerous. A consultation of phinquiry we have ascertained that the above narration is probably correct Mr. Taylor was for many years one of the magistrates of the county, and is well known as
Joseph Barnard (search for this): article 1
in the death of a highly respected citizen. John O Taylor, Esq. It appears that Mr. Taylor had purchased a farm from Joseph Barnard, who had separated from his wife, but continued to live on the place, and on Friday the former went there with workmen to put up a fence. Barnard claimed some plank which they were about to use, as his own, and some words ensued. when Mr. Taylor took hold of him and expressed a wish that no difficulty might occur between them Barnard then went into the house andBarnard then went into the house and got a pistol, and approaching within about three feet of Mr. Taylor, flied. --The ball entered beneath Mr. T's shoulder and glanced downwards into the stomach. The unfortunate man fell, and when the workmen went to him he informed them that he was unable to get up. They at once secured Barnard, who, it is reported, said that he had another charge ready if the first didn't kill him — or something to that effect. He was subsequently taken to the county jail by Wm. E. Wade. As soon as possibl
William E. Wade (search for this): article 1
then went into the house and got a pistol, and approaching within about three feet of Mr. Taylor, flied. --The ball entered beneath Mr. T's shoulder and glanced downwards into the stomach. The unfortunate man fell, and when the workmen went to him he informed them that he was unable to get up. They at once secured Barnard, who, it is reported, said that he had another charge ready if the first didn't kill him — or something to that effect. He was subsequently taken to the county jail by Wm. E. Wade. As soon as possible after the occurrence. Drs. Sinton, Berle and Terrell were called to the aid of Mr. Taylor, whose situation was found to be exceedingly dangerous. A consultation of physicians was held on Saturday night, and the result was an opinion that he could not recover. We heard yesterday afternoon that he was sinking, and that his lower limbs were paralyzed. The prisoner was partially examined before Justice Lee, and the case continued until Wednesday. He is a man of
Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Probable Homicide. --A most unfortunate affair occurred in Henrico county, about 4 ½ miles from this city, on Friday last, which will probably result in the death of a highly respected citizen. John O Taylor, Esq. It appears that Mr. Taylor had purchased a farm from Joseph Barnard, who had separated from his wife, but continued to live on the place, and on Friday the former went there with workmen to put up a fence. Barnard claimed some plank which they were about to use, as his own, and some words ensued. when Mr. Taylor took hold of him and expressed a wish that no difficulty might occur between them Barnard then went into the house and got a pistol, and approaching within about three feet of Mr. Taylor, flied. --The ball entered beneath Mr. T's shoulder and glanced downwards into the stomach. The unfortunate man fell, and when the workmen went to him he informed them that he was unable to get up. They at once secured Barnard, who, it is reported, said that he had another c
November, 2 AD (search for this): article 1
ll providing for the holding of a State Convention, which was laid on the table in order to take up a similar bill passed by the House. Before any definite action, the Senate adjourned to meet at 7 o'clock, P. M. In the House, sundry bills were reported, among them one to authorize a loan from the Literary Fund to Alleghany College. A petition was presented from citizens of Culpeper county asking that one fifth of the State revenue be appropriated for arming the people and putting the State on a war footing. The House voted down a substitute offered for 1st section of the Convention bill, which, after being further amended and read three times, was passed by a unanimous vote. At the night session of the Senate, House bill for the holding of a State Convention was taken up, and being amended so as to make the time of holding the same the 13th instead of the 11th of February, was passed ayes 45, noes 1. Senate amendment will doubtless be concurred in by the House to-day.
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