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The Anti substitute law. --Judge Pearson, of N. C., in a habeas corpus case which was recently tried before him, decided that the recent act of Congress to conscribe persons who have furnished substitutes for the war is unconstitutional. The Raleigh Progress says he has, however, made an arrangement with Gov. Bragg, the Attorney for the Confederate States, as follows: Bragg will take up the case of Walton, upon which the arguments were made, by certivnor, to the Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has recognized the party in the sum of $1,000 to report himself to the enrolling officer of his county or district within three days after the decision in Walton's case shall be made known to him, in case the decision shall be against Walton.
Gen Braxton Bragg (search for this): article 5
s corpus case which was recently tried before him, decided that the recent act of Congress to conscribe persons who have furnished substitutes for the war is unconstitutional. The Raleigh Progress says he has, however, made an arrangement with Gov. Bragg, the Attorney for the Confederate States, as follows: Bragg will take up the case of Walton, upon which the arguments were made, by certivnor, to the Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has ith Gov. Bragg, the Attorney for the Confederate States, as follows: Bragg will take up the case of Walton, upon which the arguments were made, by certivnor, to the Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has recognized the party in the sum of $1,000 to report himself to the enrolling officer of his county or district within three days after the decision in Walton's case shall be made known to him, in case the decision shall be against Walton.
The Anti substitute law. --Judge Pearson, of N. C., in a habeas corpus case which was recently tried before him, decided that the recent act of Congress to conscribe persons who have furnished substitutes for the war is unconstitutional. The Raleigh Progress says he has, however, made an arrangement with Gov. Bragg, the Attorney for the Confederate States, as follows: Bragg will take up the case of Walton, upon which the arguments were made, by certivnor, to the Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has recognized the party in the sum of $1,000 to report himself to the enrolling officer of his county or district within three days after the decision in Walton's case shall be made known to him, in case the decision shall be against Walton.
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The Anti substitute law. --Judge Pearson, of N. C., in a habeas corpus case which was recently tried before him, decided that the recent act of Congress to conscribe persons who have furnished substitutes for the war is unconstitutional. The Raleigh Progress says he has, however, made an arrangement with Gov. Bragg, the Attorney for the Confederate States, as follows: Bragg will take up the case of Walton, upon which the arguments were made, by certivnor, to the Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has recognized the party in the sum of $1,000 to report himself to the enrolling officer of his county or district within three days after the decision in Walton's case shall be made known to him, in case the decision shall be against Walton.
leigh Progress says he has, however, made an arrangement with Gov. Bragg, the Attorney for the Confederate States, as follows: Bragg will take up the case of Walton, upon which the arguments were made, by certivnor, to the Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has recognized the he Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has recognized the party in the sum of $1,000 to report himself to the enrolling officer of his county or district within three days after the decision in Walton's case shall be made known to him, in case the decision shall be against Walton. he Supreme Court which meets in June. And the Judge, in every similar case before him, has recognized the party in the sum of $1,000 to report himself to the enrolling officer of his county or district within three days after the decision in Walton's case shall be made known to him, in case the decision shall be against Walton.