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William Francis Guy (search for this): article 5
Police Court, yesterday. --William Francis Guy, arrested on Monday as one of the parties concerned in the der of Patrick Kelly, on Seventeenth street, a few weeks since, appeared for examination, but several ensential witnesses being absent, the case was laid by for another occasion. Patrick Kearney, a member of the Seventeenth Mississippi regiment, who had fallen into the hands of the plice fores while enjoving a nap under a shed near Seabrook's Warehouse, was brought up and confronted with the head of Police, who ordered him to be delivered to General Winder. Woodson a slave, found in the act of amuggling whiskey from a frobidden precenet, was hauled up and duly punished for his flagicious conduct.
Patrick Kearney (search for this): article 5
Police Court, yesterday. --William Francis Guy, arrested on Monday as one of the parties concerned in the der of Patrick Kelly, on Seventeenth street, a few weeks since, appeared for examination, but several ensential witnesses being absent, the case was laid by for another occasion. Patrick Kearney, a member of the Seventeenth Mississippi regiment, who had fallen into the hands of the plice fores while enjoving a nap under a shed near Seabrook's Warehouse, was brought up and confronted with the head of Police, who ordered him to be delivered to General Winder. Woodson a slave, found in the act of amuggling whiskey from a frobidden precenet, was hauled up and duly punished for his flagicious conduct.
Seabrook Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
Police Court, yesterday. --William Francis Guy, arrested on Monday as one of the parties concerned in the der of Patrick Kelly, on Seventeenth street, a few weeks since, appeared for examination, but several ensential witnesses being absent, the case was laid by for another occasion. Patrick Kearney, a member of the Seventeenth Mississippi regiment, who had fallen into the hands of the plice fores while enjoving a nap under a shed near Seabrook's Warehouse, was brought up and confronted with the head of Police, who ordered him to be delivered to General Winder. Woodson a slave, found in the act of amuggling whiskey from a frobidden precenet, was hauled up and duly punished for his flagicious conduct.
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my store, on Tuesday morning, 15th instant, my negro Boy, Lewis Washington. He is a bright mulatto, thick set, about 5 feet high, 15 years old; had on when last seen a brown sack coat, brown pants, and a military cap. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell. ap 7--ts No. 128 Main street.
Lewis Washington (search for this): article 6
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my store, on Tuesday morning, 15th instant, my negro Boy, Lewis Washington. He is a bright mulatto, thick set, about 5 feet high, 15 years old; had on when last seen a brown sack coat, brown pants, and a military cap. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell. ap 7--ts No. 128 Main street.
S. S. Cottrell (search for this): article 6
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my store, on Tuesday morning, 15th instant, my negro Boy, Lewis Washington. He is a bright mulatto, thick set, about 5 feet high, 15 years old; had on when last seen a brown sack coat, brown pants, and a military cap. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell. ap 7--ts No. 128 Main street.
G. T. Beauregard (search for this): article 7
--The Missouri Army Argas, published in camp near Corinth has an admirable article upon the letter of Gen, Beauregard to Gen. Yan-Dorn, requiring the names of all officers and privates who distinguished themselves to be reported to him, as well as all those who misbehave or abendon their colors. it says This step inaugurates a new are in the army of the South. It has long been a complain, that once in the ranks always in the ranks. No matter how gallant a private might behave, it is argued that he never was promoted. New, we cannot say whether this be true or not. But one thing is certain, that in the future the rule of Napoleon which made his army the best the world ever saw, is to be the rule of our army-Several of Napoleon's Fleed Marshals rose from tire ranks. Undoubtedly there are many men in the ranks who fire worthy of being made officers, and there are many officers who ought to be in the ranks. This order, if greadily followed out. will do justice to the ser
ing the names of all officers and privates who distinguished themselves to be reported to him, as well as all those who misbehave or abendon their colors. it says This step inaugurates a new are in the army of the South. It has long been a complain, that once in the ranks always in the ranks. No matter how gallant a private might behave, it is argued that he never was promoted. New, we cannot say whether this be true or not. But one thing is certain, that in the future the rule of Napoleon which made his army the best the world ever saw, is to be the rule of our army-Several of Napoleon's Fleed Marshals rose from tire ranks. Undoubtedly there are many men in the ranks who fire worthy of being made officers, and there are many officers who ought to be in the ranks. This order, if greadily followed out. will do justice to the service. Let every man recollect that the road to distination is now open to every soldier, whether private or officer. All experience attacts that a
--The Missouri Army Argas, published in camp near Corinth has an admirable article upon the letter of Gen, Beauregard to Gen. Yan-Dorn, requiring the names of all officers and privates who distinguished themselves to be reported to him, as well as all those who misbehave or abendon their colors. it says This step inaugurates a new are in the army of the South. It has long been a complain, that once in the ranks always in the ranks. No matter how gallant a private might behave, it is argued that he never was promoted. New, we cannot say whether this be true or not. But one thing is certain, that in the future the rule of Napoleon which made his army the best the world ever saw, is to be the rule of our army-Several of Napoleon's Fleed Marshals rose from tire ranks. Undoubtedly there are many men in the ranks who fire worthy of being made officers, and there are many officers who ought to be in the ranks. This order, if greadily followed out. will do justice to the ser
--The Missouri Army Argas, published in camp near Corinth has an admirable article upon the letter of Gen, Beauregard to Gen. Yan-Dorn, requiring the names of all officers and privates who distinguished themselves to be reported to him, as well as all those who misbehave or abendon their colors. it says This step inaugurates a new are in the army of the South. It has long been a complain, that once in the ranks always in the ranks. No matter how gallant a private might behave, it is argued that he never was promoted. New, we cannot say whether this be true or not. But one thing is certain, that in the future the rule of Napoleon which made his army the best the world ever saw, is to be the rule of our army-Several of Napoleon's Fleed Marshals rose from tire ranks. Undoubtedly there are many men in the ranks who fire worthy of being made officers, and there are many officers who ought to be in the ranks. This order, if greadily followed out. will do justice to the se
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