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Anne Brackett (search for this): article 3
Hustings Court. --This court sat at 11 o'clock yesterday morning, and appointed the commissioners and conductors for the general election to be held in the city on the 4th Thursday in this mouth. The usual gentlemen were appointed to fill these offices. Nolle prosequi were entered in several misdemeanor charges against George Bunker, that individual having been sent to the penitentiary for robbing Mr. Alexander Craig. Eliza Liggon was examined and sent on, for stabbing Aberdeen Cephas. John Minter and George Green, small boys, were examined and sent on for breaking into Charles Eckhardt's dwelling-house, and stealing $2,000. Lucy Thompson, free negro, was tried, and sundered to be sold into slavery for stealing a quantity of clothing from Anne Brackett.
Funeral of Gen. Stuart. --The funeral of Major General J. R. B. Stuart, who died on Thursday night, from a wound received in the cavalry battle at Yellow Tavern on Wednesday evening, took place from St. James Episcopal Church last evening, at 5 o'clock. The funeral services were read by the paster of the Church, the Rev. Joshua Peterkin.--Generals Bragg, Winder, McCowan, Chilton, and Northrop, Mr. Geo. W. Randolph, Com. Forrest, and Capt. Lee, of the C. S. Navy, acted as pall bearers. The President, the principal civil officers of the Government, the members of both Houses of Congress, and a large number of citizens attended and followed the body to Hollywood Cemetery, the final resting place of this distinguished young officer.
machinery to the South, and thus his repugnance to the proceeding was somewhat abated. After the departure of the rebel agents Mr. Chalker became still more intimate with Mr. Briggs, and took him to his house in Hoboken, and kept him; and when Mr. Brigg's family came on from Georgia, also took them there. Mr. Briggs was desirous of going to General Dix and stating the circumstances in reference to Mr. Hilton, but as he was under Chalker's roof, enjoying his hospitality, he concluded not to tr Mr. Briggs as the principal witness, but Mr. Chalker becoming greedy cashed the check himself and gave Mr. Briggs one hundred dollars, reserving nine hundred for himself, and intimating to Briggs that he (Chalker) had got $100, and that $100 was Brigg's half. Mr. Chalker, however, had Briggs in his power, and by simply making known antecedents could procure his summary arrest, without process of law, of course. Another Snug transaction. Here is another incident which illustrates the
George H. Briggs (search for this): article 5
arties North to accomplish this. They found Mr. Briggs here, and, from his peculiar situation, founrt Lafayette. At one of these interviews Briggs was closeted with Major Cummings, the agent ofChalker's Complicity with the Rebels. When Briggs came to this city in the spring of 1863 he mads the captain of the inspector's force. Mr. Briggs. It is said that it is principally throuvery great, and he was judicious enough to ask Briggs "for God's sake to swear that this check from check of $1,000 has drawn, it is stated, for Mr. Briggs as the principal witness, but Mr. Chalker being greedy cashed the check himself and gave Mr. Briggs one hundred dollars, reserving nine hundred for himself, and intimating to Briggs that he (Chalker) had got $100, and that $100 was Brigg's half. Mr. Chalker, however, had Briggs in his power, and by simply making known antecedents could procry possible exertion to have an interview with Briggs and that he has sent to him in indirect ways t[14 more...]
oad the Yankee raiders captured the following persons.--They stopped at a farm and allowed the prisoners to make out a list, which was left with the farmer to be sent to Richmond: Co. I, 5th, Va, Cavalry.--1st Lieut. W R Sticklin, 2d Lieut F C Boston; Sergeant W Lipscomb, Corporal A D Johnson; Privates M R Woodson, J J Wood, B J. Bowls, J W McGec, J W Burgess, J A Tompkins, S A Dobhella, J C Maddux, T W Brockenborough, W H Davis, B M Modend, Co. G--Privates G M Creasy, J V Garland, A S Brinkley, J A Land. Co B, 15th Va cavalry — Privates M F West. Co G, 3d Va cavalry, captured May 9th, 1864--Sergt S F Coleman, Corp'l M J Wilson, Privates T H Adams, T E Cobell, J W Goodman, J A Hendrick, B W Baldwin, W J Robinson, J S Robinson. Co E, 2d Va cavalry — Private R M West. As this list was written very indistinctly some of the names may not be correct. The prisoner had only a few moments to prepare it. Movements on the Southside — Demonstration on Drewry's Bluff last night.<
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List of cavalry captured by Sheridan on his way down. On their way down the road the Yankee raiders captured the following persons.--They stopped at a farm and allowed the prisoners to make out a list, which was left with the farmer to be sent to Richmond: Co. I, 5th, Va, Cavalry.--1st Lieut. W R Sticklin, 2d Lieut F C Boston; Sergeant W Lipscomb, Corporal A D Johnson; Privates M R Woodson, J J Wood, B J. Bowls, J W McGec, J W Burgess, J A Tompkins, S A Dobhella, J C Maddux, T W Brockenborough, W H Davis, B M Modend, Co. G--Privates G M Creasy, J V Garland, A S Brinkley, J A Land. Co B, 15th Va cavalry — Privates M F West. Co G, 3d Va cavalry, captured May 9th, 1864--Sergt S F Coleman, Corp'l M J Wilson, Privates T H Adams, T E Cobell, J W Goodman, J A Hendrick, B W Baldwin, W J Robinson, J S Robinson. Co E, 2d Va cavalry — Private R M West. As this list was written very indistinctly some of the names may not be correct. The prisoner had only a few moments to prepare
d to. Also, a resolution instructing the Military Committee to inquire what legislation is necessary to secure the return to their commands of deserters from the infantry who have enlisted in the cavalry; and of flying by law the time for which soldiers shall be permitted to serve in the cavalry, and of providing that on the expiration of such period they shall be assigned to service in infantry, and their places supplied by these who have served a similar period in the infantry. Mr. Brown, of Miss., presented a resolution of the legislature of the State of Mississippi, in relation to the recent act of Congress suspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Also, resolution of the same, asking the passage of a law relieving the citizens of certain portions of that State, whose property has been destroyed by raids of the public enemy, from the payment of the tax in kind. Ordered to lie on the table and be printed.
The Losses in the city Battalion. Camp 25th Va. Bat'n,Brooke Turnpike, May 13. To the Editor of the Dispatch: Please publish the following correct list of the casualties in this command in the fight yesterday. Oscar R. Hough, Adjutant. Company D, Capt J F C Potts.--Killed: Lieut N R Motley. Wounded: Privates G S Baker, knee; E S Coleman, slight; W G Anderson, hip. Company C, Capt W W Harrison.--Killed: 1st Sergt L S Aynes; 2d Sergt J T Thaxton, Corp'l A H Brown, private B C Morris.--Wounded: Lieut John Randolph, thigh and hand; Sergt R H Spencer, hand and leg; privates E T Coleman, arm; Thos Harris, breast; R J Oliver, neck; Wm M Parr, side; Wm Heushall, hand; R C Richardson, leg; M , thigh. Company B, Capt. J W. Fisher.--Killed: Corp'l John G Taylor; private Jno Layne. Wounded: Privates Chas Ashfond, severely; W W McCraw, thigh; Geo W M, hip and arm; C W Norris, breast; J A Tileman, neck, W R Patterson, knee; R L Wilkins on, hand, David Obnins, Knee, Slight
George Bunker (search for this): article 3
Hustings Court. --This court sat at 11 o'clock yesterday morning, and appointed the commissioners and conductors for the general election to be held in the city on the 4th Thursday in this mouth. The usual gentlemen were appointed to fill these offices. Nolle prosequi were entered in several misdemeanor charges against George Bunker, that individual having been sent to the penitentiary for robbing Mr. Alexander Craig. Eliza Liggon was examined and sent on, for stabbing Aberdeen Cephas. John Minter and George Green, small boys, were examined and sent on for breaking into Charles Eckhardt's dwelling-house, and stealing $2,000. Lucy Thompson, free negro, was tried, and sundered to be sold into slavery for stealing a quantity of clothing from Anne Brackett.
ng him to the river in the vicinity of City Point. List of cavalry captured by Sheridan on his way down. On their way down the road the Yankee raiders captured the following persons.--They stopped at a farm and allowed the prisoners to make out a list, which was left with the farmer to be sent to Richmond: Co. I, 5th, Va, Cavalry.--1st Lieut. W R Sticklin, 2d Lieut F C Boston; Sergeant W Lipscomb, Corporal A D Johnson; Privates M R Woodson, J J Wood, B J. Bowls, J W McGec, J W Burgess, J A Tompkins, S A Dobhella, J C Maddux, T W Brockenborough, W H Davis, B M Modend, Co. G--Privates G M Creasy, J V Garland, A S Brinkley, J A Land. Co B, 15th Va cavalry — Privates M F West. Co G, 3d Va cavalry, captured May 9th, 1864--Sergt S F Coleman, Corp'l M J Wilson, Privates T H Adams, T E Cobell, J W Goodman, J A Hendrick, B W Baldwin, W J Robinson, J S Robinson. Co E, 2d Va cavalry — Private R M West. As this list was written very indistinctly some of the names may not be
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