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S. A. Winstock (search for this): article 1
Wanted to Hire, a Colored Girl, who understands how to nurse a child. None need apply unless they can come well recommended. Apply at my residence, on Seventh street, between Clay and Leigh streets. S. A. Winstock. fe 28--3t*
discharged from active duty, as he was over the conscript age at the time of enrollment, and to be put into the reserves. After argument by counsel, the Court retained its decision until this morning. Hon. B. B. Douglas, of the Virginia Senate, appeared for affiant; B. R. Welford, Jr., for Government. Peyton Johnston was discharged from the custody of Colonel J. B. Danforth, under a writ of habeas corpus, in consequence of being over the age of fifty years. The case of James Kennedy, who applies for a discharge from the same regiment on the same grounds, was continued until Monday. In the case of William Wingfield, of Hanover county, a bonded farmer, who was among those whose details were revoked, and he now applies for a discharge under his bond: after hearing the evidence and arguments of counsel, the Court reserved its decision until Monday next. Hon. James Lyons and — Winn, of Hanover, represented the affiant; Mr. B. R. Welford, Jr., appeared for the Government.
William Wingfield (search for this): article 2
ischarged from active duty, as he was over the conscript age at the time of enrollment, and to be put into the reserves. After argument by counsel, the Court retained its decision until this morning. Hon. B. B. Douglas, of the Virginia Senate, appeared for affiant; B. R. Welford, Jr., for Government. Peyton Johnston was discharged from the custody of Colonel J. B. Danforth, under a writ of habeas corpus, in consequence of being over the age of fifty years. The case of James Kennedy, who applies for a discharge from the same regiment on the same grounds, was continued until Monday. In the case of William Wingfield, of Hanover county, a bonded farmer, who was among those whose details were revoked, and he now applies for a discharge under his bond: after hearing the evidence and arguments of counsel, the Court reserved its decision until Monday next. Hon. James Lyons and — Winn, of Hanover, represented the affiant; Mr. B. R. Welford, Jr., appeared for the Government.
following was the vote by which the foregoing resolutions were passed at the time in secret session: Yeas.--Messrs. Alderson, Armstrong, Ball, Christian of Augusta, Coghill, Douglas, Frazier, Garnett, Garrison, Hunter, Keen, Lewis, Nash, Neeson, Newlon, Newman of Mason, Newman of Madison, Stevenson, Spitler, Tayloe, Taylor and Thomas--22. Nays.--Messrs. Bales, Bruce, Christian of Middlesex, Collier, Dickinson, Dulaney, Graham, Guy, Hart, Jones, Logan, Lynch, Quesenberry, Saunders, Wiley and Witten--16. Admiral Buchanan appearing in the hall, on motion, the chair was vacated for ten minutes, in order to give the members of the Senate an opportunity to be introduced to him. When the President resumed the chair, the order of the day, being the Senate bill imposing taxes for the support of Government, was taken up and amended, and discussed till the hour of adjournment. Evening session. The entire evening session was taken up in perfecting the bills imposing
be instructed to inquire into the treatment of returned prisoners, and that they also be instructed to inquire and report all neglect in transporting them to Richmond from the places of exchange, and who is responsible for such neglect." Mr. Wigfall introduced a bill to provide for the organization of a Bureau of Inspection in connection with the War Department. Referred. Mr. Caperton introduced a bill to regulate the compensation of the State Collector of the State of Virginia. sday next. On motion, by Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, the resolution was laid on the table. Senate bill fixing the first Monday in October as the time of the regular meeting of Congress was taken up; and, after debate. On motion, by Mr. Wigfall, the bill was informally passed over. Senate bill to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to receive specie from the several States of the Confederate States, and use the same for the benefit of said States, was considered and passed.
t on the same bill. The Senate then resolved into secret session. House of Representatives. The House met at the usual hour and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Dickinson. Mr. Staples, of Virginia, presented certain patriotic resolutions of the Twenty-fourth Virginia regiment, which took the usual course. Under the call of States for bills, resolutions, etc., the following were introduced: By Mr. Fuller, of North Carolina: Joint resolution of thanks to General Whiting, Colonel Lamb, and their officers and men, for their gallant defence of Fort Fisher against two attacks. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. By Mr. J. T. Leach, of North Carolina: Joint resolutions approving the appointment of General Lee as General in-Chief, and recommending that he be vested with power to treat for peace. --Referred to the same committee. By Mr. Logan: A bill to facilitate the settlement of claims due deceased soldiers. Referred to the Judiciary Com
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but was soon silenced. This morning we heard that General Terry was within their works, and the road was clear to Wilmington. The Montauk could not get across the shoals without lightening, which was a work of some labor. I had the pleasure of placing the flag on Fort Strong, and at 12 o'clock noon to day we all fire a salute of thirty-five guns, this being the anniversary of Washington's birthday. I am, sir, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, D. D. Porter, Rear Admiral. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. From the Southwest--Mexico. The Yankee dates from New Orleans are to the 18th. The following is their summary: The constitutional amendment abolishing slavery was adopted by the Louisiana Legislature on the 14th instant--in the Senate by a vote of eighteen in favor to only one against it, and in the House of Representatives unanimously. The amendment has now been ratified by eighteen States. No military operations of importance in the Department
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as he was over the conscript age at the time of enrollment, and to be put into the reserves. After argument by counsel, the Court retained its decision until this morning. Hon. B. B. Douglas, of the Virginia Senate, appeared for affiant; B. R. Welford, Jr., for Government. Peyton Johnston was discharged from the custody of Colonel J. B. Danforth, under a writ of habeas corpus, in consequence of being over the age of fifty years. The case of James Kennedy, who applies for a discharge who applies for a discharge from the same regiment on the same grounds, was continued until Monday. In the case of William Wingfield, of Hanover county, a bonded farmer, who was among those whose details were revoked, and he now applies for a discharge under his bond: after hearing the evidence and arguments of counsel, the Court reserved its decision until Monday next. Hon. James Lyons and — Winn, of Hanover, represented the affiant; Mr. B. R. Welford, Jr., appeared for the Government.
d we have reason to believe that the larger portion of the rebel forces lately about Memphis have already gone. Their destination will be Mobile. The raid into Arkansas has disclosed the fact that much suffering exists there from a scarcity of food. Miscellaneous. A. O. P. Nicholson, formerly a Senator in Congress, has just been released from the Tennessee penitentiary, and ordered to be tried for conspiracy against the Government. General Grant, in a private letter to Mr. Washburn, of the House of Representatives, speaks very hopefully of Sherman's movements, and expresses the opinion that a few more days of successful operations will put the rebels in a position from which there will be no escape. Vanderbilt, the New York millionaire, was arrested and taken to the station house last week for fast driving in the street. President Lincoln has ordered Roger A. Pryor to report immediately to General Grant, at City Point, for exchange. Alexander Dumas wi
For Hire, for the balance of the year, one superior Cook, Washer and Ironer, and one No. 1 House Servant and Nurse. Burton & Wallace. mh 1--3t
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