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W. S. Barry (search for this): article 4
ma.--R. W. Walker, R. H. Smith, J. L. M. Curry, W. P. Chilton, S. F. Hale, Colin J. McRae, H. C. Jones. Arkansas.--Robert W. Johnson, H. T. Thomasson, W. W. Watkins. Florida.--Jackson Morton,--Ward, J. B. Owens. Georgia.--Robert Toombs, Howell Cobb, Martin J. Crawford, Eugenius A. Nisbet, Benj. H. Hill, A. R. Wright, Augustus H. Kenan, Alex. H. Stephens. Louisiana.--John Perkins, Jr., Charles M. Conrad, D. F. Kenner, Edward Sparrow. Mississippi.--Wiley P. Harris, Walker Brooke, W. S. Barry, J. T. Harrison, J. A. P. Campbell. North Carolina.--Geo. Davis, W. W. Avery, W. N. H. Smith, Thomas Ruffin, T. McDowell, A. W. Venable, J. M. Morehead, Burton Craige, A. T. Davidson. South Carolina.--R. B. Rhett, Sr., C. G. Memminger, W. Porcher Miles, W. W. Boyce. Tennessee.--Messrs. House, Thomas, Jones, Caruthers, Atkins, De Witt, Currin. Texas.--John H. Reagan, John Hemphill. Virginia.--James A. Seddon, Wm. B. Preston, R. M. T. Hunter, John Tyler, W. H. McFarland, R. A. P
ty, a short time since. It appears that in a part of the town called the "Log Cabin," an English family of the name of Reeves, consisting of mother and daughter, have lived for the last twelve years. The house they occupied consisted of three small rooms and a shop where they have, since the death of the husband of Mrs. Reeves, who was killed on the railroad some four years since, principally maintained themselves with their needles. The daughter has been twice married, once to a man named Bates, and at his decease, to a man named Cahoon, said to be with the army. From her second husband she has been separated for some time. Two or three years since a man named Alvin Finch, a blacksmith by trade, commenced work upon the railroad bridge in that vicinity and boarded with Mrs. Reeves. Since last spring he has had no steady work, but nothing unusual was noticed until yesterday morning. Mrs. Reeves went to a man named Maguire and asked him to come to the house as Finch was crazy.
Beauregard (search for this): article 5
e grave of my oldest son, who had died in the service of his country, when similar honors were paid. I could not help dropping a tear over the grave of this soldier, who was doubtless a dutiful son, a fond, affectionate brother, a good citizen and patriot. To-day I witnessed a grand and imposing scene — it was no less than the whole army in line. This was done to assign the different regiments the positions they were to occupy whenever the enemy makes his appearance. Gens Johnston, Beauregard, and Longstreet passed in front of the entire column. The day was cold and uncomfortable, snow having fallen, and ice an inch thick was formed the previous night. Before the Generals made their appearance, two of the regiments in line near Fort Beauregard, where I was standing, gave a specimen of the Yankees running at the battle of Bull Run. It was truly a laughable scene, and created shouts of applause. It was "tall running," and a few of the mimickers had long legs and made rapid an
Sawney Bennett (search for this): article 22
is purpose to respect the Constitution and the supreme laws of the land, including the decisions of the Supreme Court, which gave slaveholders equal rights with non-slaveholders in the Territories; as he even swore by a solemn oath at the time of his inauguration to carry them into execution, what further "coming out" can the Bishop-General require? [We should infer, from the particular pains taken in the concluding sentence of the above paragraph to answer Gen. Polk's request, that Sawney Bennett is about as anxious for a cessation of hostilities as any one.--Eds Dis.] It is worthy of remark, that while the rebel President is jubilant over a succession of glorious victories at Bethel, Bull Run, Manassas, Springfield, Lexington, Leesburg and Belmont, he takes good care to make no mention of the defeats in Western Virginia, the recent subjection of two counties in Eastern Virginia, the defeat of his arms at Fort Hatteras, North Carolina, and at Port Royal, South Carolina, the
W. W. Bennett (search for this): article 15
A brief discussion ensued between the mover, Messrs. Burton, Doggett, and Duncan, when the Rev. W. W. Bennett moved a substitute, that the propriety of publishing the Advocate upon the cash system b D. S. Doggett, L. M. Lee, G. W. Langhorne, J. E. Edwards, Leonidas Rosser, Henry B. Cowles, W. W. Bennett, J. D. Couling, and Wm. B. Rowzie Messrs. Spiller, Rowe, and Bain were granted leave of abseo declined to prefer any claim for deficiencies, although with some these were great. Rev. W. W. Bennett gave notice that he was authorized to receive any moneys which any of the preachers had foRelief Society was called, and the presiding officer being a member of that body, called the Rev. W. W. Bennett to the chair. Rev. L. S. Reid, aided by the Conference Secretaries, paid over to thith the view of establishing fraternal relations between the two General Conferences. Rev. W. W. Bennett complained of the indefiniteness of the report; it left everything as before, while he had
ding against this Regulation, may expect to be dealt with in a summary manner. By order of Col. Gregg. A. C. Haskell. Adj't. [To be delivered to the Mayor of Suffolk, who is requested to give it all necessary publication.] Since this Order was issued, one or two persons here have continued to sell liquor to the soldiers, and their liquor has been seized and poured out, and one man was arrested today, charged with violating the order a second time. The heroes of great Bethen. The Raleigh (N. C.) Register says: Its term of enlistment--six months--having expired, the glorious 1st regiment of N. C. volunteers was mustered out of service, at Weldon, on Thursday last. The companies from the Eastern part of the State sought their homes by the way of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, and those from the Centre and West, four in number, arrived here on Wednesday morning. Considering what they have gone through, the men looked remarkably well. It is said
John D. Blackwell (search for this): article 15
rom Rev. F. J. Boggs, from Chape Hill, Texas, representing himself as now Captain in a regiment of mounted Texas. The examination of character of Elders was resumed, and Messrs. Wm. B. Rowzie, Robt. Michaels, L. M. Lee, W. J. Coffman, John D. Blackwell, P. A. Peterson, Jas. A Moss, Jas. W. Wonnicutt, Jas. G. Hammer, (who was continued on supernumerary list,) C. C. Pearson, Joseph J. Edwards, J. McMullin, W. J. Norfleet, T. A. Payne, and A. M. Hall, were passed. Rev. J. S. R. Clarke prs the several amounts allowed by the Board of Stewards, to the claimants upon their funds and when this was concluded, the Conference about nine o'clock, took a recess, to allow the Bible and Tract Society to hold its annual meeting. Rev. J. D. Blackwell, President, called the society to order, and the Rev. Paul Whitehead read the report of the Board of Managers. Upon the motion to adopt this report an animated and protracted debate arose. It was chiefly confined to our recommendation of
C. F. N. Blogg (search for this): article 15
a resolution instructing the preachers to bring up to Conference the lists of subscribers furnished them during the year, to be turned over to their successors. Adopted. Rev. Jas. A. Davis brought to the notice of the body the case of Rev. C. F. N. Blogg, German Missionary, who had failed to get his pay, as was expected, and it was ordered that his claim be allowed. On motion of Rev. H. B. Cowles, it was ordered that when the Conference adjourns this morning, it be to meet this afternut it was very nearly half-past that hour when the Bishop called the body to order; and even at that hour but a small part of the preachers were in their seats. Religious services conducted by Rev. Jacob Manning. The character of Rev. C. F. N. Blogg was examined and passed, and continued on trial as a missionary, without charge to the Missionary fund. Bishop Andrew remarked that the war in the Southern country had greatly interfered with the regular operations of the Church.--Chu
Thomas S. Bocock (search for this): article 4
. Florida.--Jackson Morton,--Ward, J. B. Owens. Georgia.--Robert Toombs, Howell Cobb, Martin J. Crawford, Eugenius A. Nisbet, Benj. H. Hill, A. R. Wright, Augustus H. Kenan, Alex. H. Stephens. Louisiana.--John Perkins, Jr., Charles M. Conrad, D. F. Kenner, Edward Sparrow. Mississippi.--Wiley P. Harris, Walker Brooke, W. S. Barry, J. T. Harrison, J. A. P. Campbell. North Carolina.--Geo. Davis, W. W. Avery, W. N. H. Smith, Thomas Ruffin, T. McDowell, A. W. Venable, J. M. Morehead, Burton Craige, A. T. Davidson. South Carolina.--R. B. Rhett, Sr., C. G. Memminger, W. Porcher Miles, W. W. Boyce. Tennessee.--Messrs. House, Thomas, Jones, Caruthers, Atkins, De Witt, Currin. Texas.--John H. Reagan, John Hemphill. Virginia.--James A. Seddon, Wm. B. Preston, R. M. T. Hunter, John Tyler, W. H. McFarland, R. A. Pryor, Thomas S. Bocock, Wm. C. Rives, Robert E. Scott, Alex R. Boteler, J. W. Brockenbrough, Charles W. Russell, Robert Johnson, Waller R. Staples, Walter Preston.
A. Bodeker (search for this): article 4
Trial of Harvey Wash. --The Court of Appeals having granted a new trial to Harvey Wash, convicted of passing counterfeit gold, the prisoner was yesterday arraigned before Judge Wm. H. Lyons, and pleaded "not guilty." The following jury was sworn John Sarvey, T. F. Ragland, William S. Wood. A. Bodeker, G. W. Harris, T. L. Angus, Riobard S. Valentine, Charles H. Anderson, David Burlington, Thomas Jones, Jefferson Powers, and T. L. Courtney. The Court commenced the examination of witnesses, but without coinciding adjourned over to this morning at ten o'clock.
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