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Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
of a permanent and standing army, for none other can down the South, even if they could get It require fully thirty thousand to hold the little, unarmed State of Maryland. How many more for Virginia and the States of the Southern Confederacy? Yankees are good at calculations. Let work out this nice little sum. Let theournals for on the war and for subjugating the but we have never seen yet the first of a plan for retaining it in bondage after it is conquered. We know that Maryland, example, is more thoroughly Southern to. than she was, when she was first invaded; as the farther the Yankees proceed and the they remain, the same results, in an in and intensified form, will follow.-- but the continual presence throughout the whole South, as in Maryland, of a standing army, would secure their tri How could they obtain the ways and means of the support of that army? Their present is more than they can pay, and it re a feather more to break the long took of t
Beaufort, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
erthrown, exhausted, and impov by an unsuccessful war, will be in no even if she had the inclination, to the trade and commerce of Yankee masters. The cotton crop would be destroyed, and the great staples of the South, can alone reinvigorate the backbone of Yankee section, would never again be private. The burning of cotton which has taken place on the Southern seacoast, and the contemptuous refusal of Southern white men to trade with the impertinent Yankee she have opened stores at Beaufort, illness the stern determination of the South any sacrifices rather than yield any longer to the rapacious and cruel There is not the shadow of a doubt every pound of cotton in every Southern are will be burned by its owners before it will be permitted to fall into Yankee hands. This is as certain as any future event can be, from that time forth, so long as Yankees holds dominion, the Yankees must themselves raise all the cotton that is grown on soil. They neither understand its n
te will follow her example and Virginia would be one great camp, teeming with armed men. The enemy would be dismayed at the fierce aspect of the people and would not dare to venture into the interior The only collection to the Governor's proposition is, that is has the appearance of a sensation measure, and seems to imply that a greater necessity exists for the step he proposes now than has existed for six months past. She has red the fact. We are in no more danger now that we were in August last in last as much as beset us in July. But it is of pressing importance that our population should forego money making for one-third of each day, and by thoroughly organized and drilled. In time of security let us prepare for danger. Richmond is the better able to undertake this measure from the fact that her large volunteer force in the army will relieve her almost entirely of the burden of the State draft. Her local army will not be required to go beyond her own lines, and the l
uld be one great camp, teeming with armed men. The enemy would be dismayed at the fierce aspect of the people and would not dare to venture into the interior The only collection to the Governor's proposition is, that is has the appearance of a sensation measure, and seems to imply that a greater necessity exists for the step he proposes now than has existed for six months past. She has red the fact. We are in no more danger now that we were in August last in last as much as beset us in July. But it is of pressing importance that our population should forego money making for one-third of each day, and by thoroughly organized and drilled. In time of security let us prepare for danger. Richmond is the better able to undertake this measure from the fact that her large volunteer force in the army will relieve her almost entirely of the burden of the State draft. Her local army will not be required to go beyond her own lines, and the loss of two or three hours in the afternoon
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
ate Governments is here, as well as many local and general interests of extraordinary value to individuals and to the country. Notwithstanding there facts, a stranger visiting here would be astonished at the universal nonchalance which prevails among all circles in regard to the war. Although the enemy is within two days march of us, we go on with our business avocations and our pursuit of gain as if he were a thousand miles off, and we were protected by fortifications as strong as Fortress Monroe. This apathy is no less than criminal. There is as much reason why Richmond should place her affairs on a war footing as New Orleans-Mobile, Memphis, or Charleston. There are twenty-five or thirty thousand sole-bodied men in Richmond and its immediate suburbs capable of efficient military service. In the cities we have named, all business is suspended at three o'clock every afternoon, and the whole male population drilled in military tactic. The entire male force of the communi
James Lyons (search for this): article 1
sterday's transactions: Richard Lafont Bohannon was examined for stealing $30 from Edward Norvell on the 25th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. The prisoner was acquitted of the charge of stealing a case of surgical instruments from Dr. Elijah L. Carter, worth $25--an offence for which he had been senHenry was examined for maliciously cutting and stabbing Pryor, a slave, on the 15th of January, with intent to kill. The prisoner was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons's court. Joseph Wagner was examined for feloniously shooting Norman Green, on the 20th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. MarJudge Lyons. Mary E. Allen, charged with a felony, in stabbing Wm. T. Chalkley in the left breast, on the 5th day of February, in Lombard alley, was examined and acquitted. On motion of the Attorney for the Commonwealth, rules were awarded against Andrew Pizzini, E. K. Woodward, and Theo. Elmore, for not attending as jurors when summoned.
December 1st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
rom Edward Norvell on the 25th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. The prisoner was acquitted of the charge of stealing a case of surgical instruments from Dr. Elijah L. Carter, worth $25--an offence for which he had been sent up by the Mayor. Charles, a slave, the property of John Tyler, was tried for stealing $160 in bank notes from. James B. Grant, on the 13th day of January, and ordered 39 lashes. Fendall Thomas was examined for stealing, on the 1st of December, 1861, a gold chain, worth $25, from Geo. Purcell, and acquitted. Joseph Calvin Henry was examined for maliciously cutting and stabbing Pryor, a slave, on the 15th of January, with intent to kill. The prisoner was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons's court. Joseph Wagner was examined for feloniously shooting Norman Green, on the 20th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. Mary E. Allen, charged with a felony, in stabbing Wm. T. Chalkley in the left br
January 13th (search for this): article 1
a summary of yesterday's transactions: Richard Lafont Bohannon was examined for stealing $30 from Edward Norvell on the 25th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. The prisoner was acquitted of the charge of stealing a case of surgical instruments from Dr. Elijah L. Carter, worth $25--an offence for which he had been sent up by the Mayor. Charles, a slave, the property of John Tyler, was tried for stealing $160 in bank notes from. James B. Grant, on the 13th day of January, and ordered 39 lashes. Fendall Thomas was examined for stealing, on the 1st of December, 1861, a gold chain, worth $25, from Geo. Purcell, and acquitted. Joseph Calvin Henry was examined for maliciously cutting and stabbing Pryor, a slave, on the 15th of January, with intent to kill. The prisoner was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons's court. Joseph Wagner was examined for feloniously shooting Norman Green, on the 20th day of January, and remanded for trial before
January 15th (search for this): article 1
om Dr. Elijah L. Carter, worth $25--an offence for which he had been sent up by the Mayor. Charles, a slave, the property of John Tyler, was tried for stealing $160 in bank notes from. James B. Grant, on the 13th day of January, and ordered 39 lashes. Fendall Thomas was examined for stealing, on the 1st of December, 1861, a gold chain, worth $25, from Geo. Purcell, and acquitted. Joseph Calvin Henry was examined for maliciously cutting and stabbing Pryor, a slave, on the 15th of January, with intent to kill. The prisoner was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons's court. Joseph Wagner was examined for feloniously shooting Norman Green, on the 20th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. Mary E. Allen, charged with a felony, in stabbing Wm. T. Chalkley in the left breast, on the 5th day of February, in Lombard alley, was examined and acquitted. On motion of the Attorney for the Commonwealth, rules were awarded against Andrew Pizzini, E
January 25th (search for this): article 1
Hustings Court. --Presents Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen R. D. Sanxay James Bray, Wm. W. Timberlake, and Wm. B. Smith. The following is a summary of yesterday's transactions: Richard Lafont Bohannon was examined for stealing $30 from Edward Norvell on the 25th day of January, and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. The prisoner was acquitted of the charge of stealing a case of surgical instruments from Dr. Elijah L. Carter, worth $25--an offence for which he had been sent up by the Mayor. Charles, a slave, the property of John Tyler, was tried for stealing $160 in bank notes from. James B. Grant, on the 13th day of January, and ordered 39 lashes. Fendall Thomas was examined for stealing, on the 1st of December, 1861, a gold chain, worth $25, from Geo. Purcell, and acquitted. Joseph Calvin Henry was examined for maliciously cutting and stabbing Pryor, a slave, on the 15th of January, with intent to kill. The prisoner was remanded for trial before Judge L
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