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Hilton Head (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
e preferred rising capture and a protracted confinement in Lincoln's dangerous, rather than desert the unfortunate. He remained with them for several days, and until they were properly cared for, without being molested, and then, through the assistant of a negro, left the island and returned to the city.--Savannah Republican, 12th inst. Negro Fidelity. The Savannah Republican of the 12th inst., has the following paragraph: We have heretofore stated that in the retreat from Hilton Head, Captain Read was compelled to abandon two brass field pieces, and leave the horses grazing on the Island. Saturday last, a faithful negro man, the property of Mr. Pope, who resides on the Island, captured all the horses of the battery, sixteen in number, placed them in a flat, brought them to Savannah, and delivered them to the Captain. We also learn that the guns have been recovered and will be up in a day or two. The vote for Governor of Georgia. The vote for Governor re
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
Isaac Williams (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
James Davis (search for this): article 1
or grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
Charles Smith (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
Henry Cooper (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
Edward Barry (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
Edward S. Gentry (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
Charles Pendergrass (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
Thomas Kane (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Judge Lyons presiding. The Grand Jury (John Parcell, foreman) yesterday brought in true bills of indictment against the following persons: Henry Cooper and George Rigley, for grand larceny; Opie Staite, for forgery; Julia Kagan, for grand larceny; Thomas Kane, for grand larceny; Edward Barry, for grand larceny; George Black, for grand larceny; John A. R. H. Armistead, for grand larceny; Auguste Zalin, for stabbing; Charles Pendergrass, alias Williams, for grand larceny; Jas. Davis, for grand larceny. James Davis was subsequently tried for stealing money from a soldier, and the jury, being unable to agree, was placed in the custody of the Sergeant for the night. The Attorney for the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi on three pending bills of indictment against Charles Smith, for felony. The habeas corpus case of Edward S. Gentry was continued to next term.
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