Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, November 21, 1861, Page 2

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated November 21, 1861 Page 2
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I. . MINT MAnrS BEACON LCOIf ARP TOWN MO., THCRI>AY iIOftNIIfO. IWI Omit Govt- The ‘V urcsiber T*rm of mr Circuit | Court f inneocri os Monday 14, Bis iiwuor Judge IV* in ft wiiug. Judge Brrni out /ft having nrciv-V. his oommu- Bp U present writ!ny. no caar of genrnl ha'! engaged the attention of the Ortirt, but an immence amount of * eiril hu*inM vaJUpoi<i of. la tleo-e ' of Curt!*, f. b., indicted for at-, tempting to raisi au insurrection among the J negrv**, tLv jury brought iu a verdict of guilty and the sentence of the Court was— that La t*. .-vld for 10 years, iu the State. We Itaru that 11. Court then adjourned I 1 liat of Grand nnd Petit Jurors. Grist) Jennas.—lkujamtu Adam?. , foreman :J K. J'n.o*. Charles Bowling, J. J Altaian, (i. H Morgan, 0 T. , Burroughs, John B>huunau, L. H. , John Dillahay, M. A. Sion'-, I] -Albert Burch, Z. 11. Tippett. O. W. L !i Bu-V’or. Thco. Harrison, J. L. Abell. Randolph Junes. O. 8. Maltingl*?. -T--1 eph A. Mugill. John Hlaktatunc, John A. (j I>a- is, W. L. Deni, Wiiliaiu Graves and i J ava. t Part? JcaOE* —James It. Thomas, . I Wiu. C. Hooper. E’.kunuh Wise, John C. ii Herbert. W. L. Bi-*coc, Joseph Gough. ! \ Hayden, J. E. Carpenter, Harri- I oju Kiiwards, James G. Spalding, William I P. Ab.ll. Charles Pent, James C. Bean. J Wm. O Rwlcr, J L. Hammett, Wil liam Mmltiitgley, wf Wm., Vm. E. Cute, jc P U Dorsey. M. B. Chon, Stephen r Hayden, K. 8. T. Maduo*. Benedict Ma- r •IU. John A. Dunbar, B. Pembroke auu •> Joe. C. Dent. t , r e War sad other Hew*. Beyond the facia, that the great Fedcr- i al Armada has succeeded in silencing two t muui lotteries near Beaufort and in effect ing a lancing upon one or two of the au- t jacrnl islands, we positively know nothing I The rest is mostly "leather and prunella. 1 It is certain that no movement into the in- tenor baa yet been effected or attempted. The Federal forces appear to be atrengihei/q ing themselves for a permanent oceupr-.- li-m of the islands skirting the harbuiu fif i Perl Rs.yal. while the Confederate army • ii mid to be bnsily engaged in establish- * tug a line of defeuc.s across the lower ( country. With the oc-npation of the is- 1 lands in question, .the Federal victory 4 begin and there it will end, we predict, J •• f|f u this portion nf the Southern sea- j onl Is concerned. Any attempt to pene- 1 Crate inland is almost A * n< j disas- ' trously to the Federal arms. The Con- ' federate army is certain to have the ad- i vantage of j> >uion, and, indeed, like the 1 ancient giant, it appear? to he invincible 1 whenever it touches the earth. But there 1 will be no inlaud movement. It has been 1 found out some time since, that it is much easier and safer employment to rid- 1 uulc the' Palmetto Chivalry than to met t 1 it upon the field of battle. Su far as rot ten ie concerned, none has been or will be obtained by the Federal fleet, reports to ; the contrary notwithstanding. Neither * tU esll uor ihc coffee of Mr. Simmon' j v.;!l .iv?i) to gel it. Wc c.vpcct U*it lh rt < V>of* taratc Gorcrtmcnt has it? ryes skiu iiu upon thijf point. C’-oSbc the couth can Jo aULcttt and salt it is now mauu North can do without cotton. Any war, ;l Mr. Bimmous n:iy shut up so far as ihe Roiifh is coLcerned If there i? '• any portion the cotton crop which is in < |np rf V'-deral capture, j-tdging from the euaauct ot tbu planters thus far, it L*' very lihtly to I? saved— "??* sc if by flu-.** We are neither prophet? tor the children of pr-iph -t-*, but wo veuturt* thv 1 prediction, that the attempt to carry “woe and desolation to the hearth stones of BuutL Carolina.** will turn out to be a very grave Federal blunder in tbc cud. The latest Federal accounts from Mis souri represent that Gen. Hunter, the Federal commander, w running from Geu. Price and Gen. Price from Gen Hunter. It is not slated which v? making ib<* best lime, but it ia ecrfaiuly known that Hunter ia already in Bt. Louia. Price, it is supposed, will take up some where in Arkansas. The likelihood is, that Hunter has Ucn forced by military j or ulhec necessity to abandon Bpriugficld and to take refuge iu Bt. Louis and that Price ia at or near bis old quarters. * Dt. Gwinn, formerly United Staica- Senator from California and two other gentle—|supposed to be. like the Dr..| •MeMiMUts, were arrested by order of | Geo. Sumner, on board the Orisaba while ‘ • tbeir way from Ban Frandwo to Paoa-1 mu. Upoo the arrival uf the arroated party at the latter placa and the facte Udug made known, the Govermw pro tested against the transaction as a eou tooipt of the of New Grana da aud a violation of its Urritoy, but New Clranada biug a ono-lorsc affair aud be# fruiunct OOO Federal troop? j and IO.C‘O /fled mr-lcph tc bark hi-u, 1 the protest of His Kxoeiirocy came to rctbicg, the G eers* •vissrV'ns. that "hi* Oomamest would settle the rrttttr of violated sovereignty, hot it was hia bed neaa to take the prisoner* serosa the Isthmus.” which was done. The subeo qvrat arrival of the prisoner* is •nnotine- i in New York, where tVy ere a* present j •jagged,- • A'.other arrest br> hem made, which; iliklyto um mil somewhat diTercnl; frot;’. the New Granada affair, the partit a ■ jl>eing Mcasrv. Slidvll and Ma*on. supposed Confederate minuter* tc some leading Ku-1 repenn Courts, and the plgre of arrest be- j iog the WV rf a I’ritish mail steamer, | sailing under llritiah color* nd in British water*, and ugninst ihe protest of the Cap tain of the Knot. The argest h r*g rdsd jia host informed quarters as char viola- j j tion of inlerHatbmal rights and grossly di.*- , courteous lu Government. It i <V I* thought that, unless the Federal Gov ernment disavows the act of it officer. ;' restores the captured to in inter* to their i liberty and apologises for the indignity. |, that war botwcciAbe two .countries }ia it- •, VkttuUc. The transaction has already 1 1 ;„d & dcprei/tng foe? upon the New York 1 stock market. Neveidi. loss, the popular j feeling at the North Is quite jubilant over i, the Capture and is wgoaliziiig the event j! by boufircs, tinging of bills. Ac. A< i 1 old Robert Wall***!** e* marked on a some- 1 • i what similar occasion ‘-you may nr-g your ( bells now but you will be wringing your bands before long ” Messrs. ;Slsddl and i ( Mason have been sent to Fort Warren. Gov. Hick* has issued his proclamation !| convening the Legislature to meet tt An i ( nspolis on Tuesday, the 3rd of December j i next. The reason for calling an extra *ca- i * *>ion at this ume is stated to be, tc finis.* j 1 ! i np old business in order that the new ex- 1 ecutiv** may cuter upon hia duties unor.i- ; | Hurra?*;*!. It is not aniieipated that aty 1 important bgidation will be attempted at! 1 the extra session. The news of the capture of the priva-1, leer .Suiopfor is without foundation. At < Fortress Mnr*e and on the h'otoujac 1 line nothing of importance has j' ed since our last issue, at least there, is 1 , no reports of any movement t these i point* iu any of the city newspaper*. ji With regard o the contest for the j' Court of Appeals in this Judicial district. J it is known that Buwi* vice led by ; , about MGO majority. The official vote : of Culvert county Ij not given but it will 1 not vary this majority to nny considerable S extent. If there had been no nilitary in terference iu f-vor of Bowie. Ford’s mv , jorily would have probably reached a thousand. the two strongest Sauthoni j/ Right* district* of Prince* George’s county f I the Southern Rights voters were prevent-, ed by the teit-cr.fh from voting. Those ‘ whe had voted previo*is to the arrival of j the soldier* tt iho poll*, which was early j iu the morning, were arrested and then} the voting on the pari of southern Right men-was completely put an end to. Where vt r the soldiers were present at the polls in the district, outside of this county, they were unanimously for Howie and Compa- j nv and of course Biwic and Company j arc elected and will be inducted into office. | So far a* Mr. Bowie U concerned, wc will j undertake iu say this much, that he wil J hold his commission as h Julge ot the Court 1 of Appeals just so long as law aud justic* J urc lr:itiip)cd under fuii iu Maryland ant uo; oiiw iwtnuoat longer. Shall Whitu Hen Kulo America'* Tir Wkkhi.y Caucasian is the title of I a Democratic Union paper, but ipdrpor • dent of petty, recently stared *n Nev York 1) the late proprietors if i nr. Dav- Hook, vrbtth was •epprersed. Their new I*puc dees nnt discuss the war. and hence it circulate* in the mails anmoleat rd. It take* fer t£ motto ihe Hinlim 'nt I of the late Senator Douglas, •’that thirl government was made on the white basts, by white m<?n, fur the benefit of whit*- men snd their pcrtcrity forever;' 1 aud, with ihi* text, it deal# the hardest kind of blows at the Abolitionist*. Dr. Van Evrie, the. senior editor, u a scientific stmleot of the question of races, and be shows what negroes are and what white meu are, in such away that the Abolition ist* wil) find it difficult to answer hi# ar gument*. Tub Caucasian la published at the low price of Onb Dollar rtR tear. with full reports of the New York Cattle, Grain am) Fuoouck Markets, War News, full and complete, Ac., &e. Sub scriptions are received for Three Months. at 26 cento etch subscriber, or $1 for root copies. Any person who wil) send five foLLAM for a club of five subscriber*, at one- psit-oflk?, will ge a a itrtA 1 ffratxt. larger club# will I** furuiehed ai \ the rate of twenty copie# far |H. It h I one of the cheap st paper# published • should be addressed to Vai Jfivrie. Horton <& (V , No. IC2 Na*. tin*.i. fpc<it:ico ertpie* seat /r** to al who arilw for them. W’u v> ou'.u tcCjui I‘ itteitU all our readers who want a Nci York win Alt pup r to pa*r *;v Tit . CovwAtiJUl. • J ThiiJksjlTliif In *d*\ Oov. flicks Hu ty prorlsw** re i that of f November, he observed by the P*fl® Maryland as a day of and ; pr*y*r. | What U and what is not Treason II has been so lone the eastern **rfsh- j i of the royal—we beg pard**l—the j | loval pras* of Maryland to dennase as j traitors all who oppose the war poky ofj |br Administration by talking or wting. j j that vrry many innocent de real: b* - : j lievc that such talking or writings*trea son under the statutes and thnt *t ory rc ! mains to have the matter tested > see ii* mehoily bung up by the nock. Hr d not know how better w*- o~.n er. light *5 our ■•• , I friends on t'ii- joint than by - w- *h* below, the rharg** of Judge Nison, ,of Now York.— he St. Mary’s c*i ■•*. candidate for the vicc-pn stuetirv L.-l fall— ' to the Grand Jury of that State. ‘•Although,” says the Judge, “no care of this description (treason agiinsblbci United Statist has bc*n present* d hV the j I’iatrict Attorney J# be specially siLuiit-j f,d to v'u. it n.ay nut be out o( cail yoflv aitenti'Xi. in a generai * the elements eoustitutiog this ufiiie**. I* 1* th-j highest crime known to evivty! and ' was deemed by the founder? of your ge- | < rum in lof so much imp rhnee. both u j respect to the Government and the ei i*en. \ the*. they specially u>iud it in ibs i Couu.itution ; thus taking u out of th ; power ot the legislative regulaion. Tht* j definition is found in the third section of the li.ird article, as follows : •‘Tn*son agin c t tho United Slates t shall consist otdy in levying -nr rgai^st' th*:u. nr in adhering t . tli dr enemies. | giving them aid ~i. romfoit. No per son fhsll be convicted of treason o.i thy testimony of two wiltn-a-va to toe bainc overt act, or on coni-ssion. in open court.” Thi power to aanex the 1 punishment was left to Cougrnu, which annexed the p. unity of d-ntb. This definition of the crime waa taken from the statute of iib hdwari 111. of Knglami, rt.d which o. been s. vr*:l yea,* affirmed for the purpose of correct ing abuses that had grown Uj, in thnt country in respect to the law, both by acts of Parliament and the decision of courts, under the tyrannical reigns *f the Tudors and the Sta-irts. These abuses were well known to the founders ! of our govern me ot, and doubtless led to} the peculiar phraseology observable in j their definition of the crime, namely, i that it should consist ostv in levying! war against the United States or aUh r-I ing to their enemies, giving theai aid and comfort; and to the other equally j stringent feature, that no person shall j bo convicted of the offence except or; j the testimony of two witnesses l<> the. o*ame overt net. The first prokibits 1 \iskinr any other acts of thv citizen thu'J those specified, trwsmi; and th* utrcbnd prevents the introduction of treason, which has been t-n - upon *his of Wward 111 yy iudieial d*ci c hW. / the first clause i*f the pro%siou levying war again*! the United Jtates —there can to no great difficulty k de termining the facts and circuuiftuce* | which establish the crime. There must! be an actual levying of war ; a insul- ■ ration, or con-piracy to do so, is mt an | overt act withiu the constitutional defi- j nit ion. There is more difficulty in ih-lruiin ing what con.-titutes the overt art oud.i the second clause. namely, adhejng t*, the enemy, giving him aid and pmfort j Questions arising uiiJ-r tin- claui* naif - ! depend very much upon the fsC* and j eircum-tanccs of each pirti’ular as**. — ' Them arc some acts of the citleu in ; his editions with the enemy whici l**a\' j no r->oiu f.*r doubt—sueh as givl g it- . tdligenrc wi'.h intent to aid him in h:**. act of bo<ttili*y—sending him proi'don>. j or money ; furui.*>h;ng arms. ,>r rrut*p*. i or munitions of war—surreudeftng p military post, Ac . ail with a Ike in tent. The>e and kindred farsg overt r.cts of treaßon by adhering to the en- j cmy. Words ' - ra/, tcritirn or f-intei. hirerv~ ; cr tic (.\t.;W*. sci.ttoiia vr crin inn I of* thf~mxrhr*, nr met r, r* nf treatm \ within the tirjinuum of the rnmt. V mvm opwkeii, written or printed 'm re- 1 Jut ion t r.n act or acts, which, j com mitted with a treasonable deaign. might I constitute such overt act they are ad -1 missable as evidence tending to charac- I feriae *l, and show the intent with which act is commltud. They may also furnish rome evidence uf the act itself against the accused.— This is the extent to which such pub lications u;ay be used, either jo finding a bill of indictment, or on the trial of it. An attempt was made in the Parlia ment of England during the reign of James the Second, to make treasonable words the subj ct uf this crime, but it was resisted by the friend# of constitu tional liberty, and defeated ; and, since tbat time, it has not been renewed. Such publication are misdemeanors at the common law, indictable and punisha- Lie by fine and imprisonment. Hut as there are no common law officers cuguisa* ble in the Federal courts, unless mode sn by act of Congress; and. eu (Jonyrz*a has putted ho acl un {Ac sul/ject. this court hat no juriidirttt-u over them. The only aci passed by Congress on tho subjrt w the act of 14th of July. 1709. The sot and section of that act provided. that, i any person shall write, print, nltr or publish any fait-*, scandalous and mali ciou# v itiug or writings, against tlu government, or either bouse of Congress I or of the President; with intuit to defame ! the government, Congress. or the Prcsi dust; vr to bring them or either of then into contentpt or disrepute; or. to exciu against them or either ut ibtu. the h .tro i or the sedition of the people i.f iht Unite* J or to -tir up within the Mm, or |v cumUuatums iUri !frr w rrsSvfiojr law. of any •el of it*- Pr34tlen dhwie •• ; thereof, kc , such person. on cwwviction. ■ shall l-c punished by fin** not- iteroling 000, and iMpiiywiueal out exceeding two year*. The act wi a temporary on<\ aad ex pired on the 81 of March. by ta i>wo limitation, and no Mmiiar act haa since been passed On the breaking ®*U of a war between two nation*, the citizens or subjects of the respective IklHgcrcnfs arc deemed by the law of nr*:*>ns as the | • ueoitcs of each other. Th. sa.uc is !♦*. jin a niihfi *d **nse. in the cas. of a civil iir i srlsto'* ''■>* o r an i* nrr**et!< , n or re* hellion against the mother Gonmnin.f, In the latter cv<-, the citizens or MiSj.rU

residing within the insurrectionary district, not implicated in the rcbeiii *u. but ad • hiring to their allegiance, are nut cne ; u*rs, nor to he regarded a* such. Tiii<* j aMiociion wms constantly olv***rved by tin* Ki glt-h G AwiLuscrit i t the di*tivbsi.e.*ji in .Scotland, under the Pretender =n ? his sou in the year* 1715 aad 1746 ft huhii fiea the law, as it respect 3 the condition of the citizens or subjects residing within the . limits of the revolted district, who remain U>ysl to the Government. As it respect* these of two sovereign nati on* u a state joi war, all commercial intercourse Lc | iwc a iher'. is forbidden by the laws of ' uati-jQS. all contracts are unlawful, and i iuy goods or property, lb- subjects of ' the . iiiielt trade, ..r* liable to seizure and con fiscation. This is true alto as it respects* : the citizens or subjects iu revolt and making war uj on the mother Govern iuent Hut trade with the loyal portion i*l the people in tho disaffected district. , in good faith and without collusion with the enemy, is lawful,* unless inter dict*, d by ;ii. ‘JuTcrnmerit. Th* rrer.: tl * is rvcegi.ia-jJ by the re cent act of Congress, pnss* d ITthof July. 18H1. fifth s‘*cio!i provides tbit the Preside til. by proclamation, may declare , that the inhabitants of a State, or any patt uf it, are in a state uf insurrection, and thereupon all intercourse shall cease between th** citizen* thereof and the •i.ixciib of t'.*. .u*t of the United Slates; at.d the goods and uicichaiidi*t*. Ae.. the subject of the illicit trade, liabl • j to seizure uiid eonh-cali *n Il*re tljr? trade and intercourse is interdicted by tho; proper authority, and the interdiction ap plies* tu the loyal as well as the disloyal , citix ‘us or inhabitants. The sixth s etion goes fnrth r. and; forfeits any <hip or vessel belonging, in i whole or in part, to a citii n or inhahi- j nuit of the interdicted ibnte or district. 1 found at * a or in any p *rt of tlie rest i ( the United Stabs. Thu t* rft i’ure applies j to the loyal as w *!1 as th.* disloyal ciliz u. in the disatfcclcd district, probably, from the difficulty of making the forfeiture practical end complete again*t the !al;e. j will.on! tusking is gtD'.ral. The Govern- 1 m**iit. however, having n g ueral control • ov.-r tiie tubj cl, can rein: dy any injustice ► respects the. loyal ctliz* u by re I .using the forfeiture. This section, in terms, forfeits ?hc whole of th; vessels if part belong, d to the citi j gnus of the disaffected district, and won! • | •-cm matrix with it any interest in tin | vessel belonging to citizens of thu loyal : States. Thin, however, can hardly bavi been the iotentiuu of Congress Trade with the enemy as we h ire al ready said, according to the law of ra- , lions, is forbidden; and. :hu prop fly cn- ) gaged tu it liable to forfeiture—us is the trade iu the particular caws specified in ; the act of Congress nf.r.ed to. Hut. this is all. The art is not made crimiu l; and until made so by Congress, no pun ishment is annexed to it, except tin* for- j Ml lire of the goods--Hut, rids inter lictcd j trn.i*: may t: c.inn-d on >n .* way, so as to | id. pose th- pw. -‘ic c*:ic. rned to the crime: . f treason, if ctrrieJ on for '.lie purpose and \s it li ’U ; intent to gave aid and asris- ! lance l*i the enemy in their h istility j ag.iin-t tlie GjVenni-*ut, ih*.‘ would; furnish an overt act of adhering to the j en* my, giving him aid and comfort. i livery eiuz‘U, l.r‘jf*>r*. eogag.-d in car-' rying on this illicit tr. le will find a uiiieli i gr i tit f pv.i. acc .inpatiyinj the enterprise j .ban the men* for It-it tire *t lurg*K>tl*. 'I here iii a recent act of (*ougrcia, passed July dl, 1-bOl. to which it is proposed to cad your hUetition. it provnte* that if two .*r more p-rsms wiriiio a Stat** or Ter ritory, hall conspire together to overthrow by force the Government, or to levy war aguin-t it, or l> oppose by force its au thority. or prevent the execution of any l iw, or prevent any person from accepting any office, the offenders, on convict ton. shall be punished by fine or imprisonment, with or without hard labor, or both a* the Court may determine. I ~ T i Tkk Klectios —The election, if it may j he so s called, on V\ • dnesday last, in ihi.: 1 county, turned out pretty much as might \ have been expected, from the threat* ie- mod from Washington n few days before, and the stationing of soldiers at every pre • cinct polls iu the county Hundreds cd State*’ Kigbts uien. despairing of a fair expression of public sentiment, at present, did not com** to the polls, and no doubt some timid ones, through fear, voted will* ' th>; Republicans. A* far a* our poll*. ! (Rockville) were ooneerued. all was very quiet, and uo p<r>on wa* interfered with ; but, to our kitowiedg*-, at least one hun dred and thirty Slate** Rights voters were I not at the polls. The majority for How ard, notwithstanding the slim turn out. in ;bia district. is eleven. In Mcdk jfV it is twenty-eight, lu Cracklin. only eleven Stated’ Kigbto men voted, the military be ing stationed at the window where the vo ters deposited their ballots. liut it it* an* necessary to particularise. It is plain, from every sign, that the Republicans in tend to rule this State by military power, regardless of the votes of the people, us loug as they can. After violating every oilier principle of the (.’institution. it is a very small matter with them to kn*K.l down the \cry foundation of the govern in' itl, the Lai lot-t o* ; for as long a* tbe \ i can get money to uo it, they can hhc plenty io support them in it.— Munty*mu- cr. 1 Cjkasxv* M. Cut. —The Daily Keening Pro* *•* to hare a dear concepti*o of ’he reaaoaa tb** ■■ r ** ia-limS .Mr. OUy •■> k '*■ •> ” hi* position at M. Petersburg. \f*er •!- ! Imliug to th r* m*Mn* gi*g b T 7; Clay hi*df for desiring hia recall, the i press **ya: • There ere other rcaon which are pn- Iv-.telv given to account tor ih<- d *ir? ** Mr. City, to return II did not find the j diplomatic bn*iiC' t< bn t iFtf. Mr Cluy, it i* *aid on hi* *ri'*l at 1 *• * i ter-bur** fouml Irm-t-lt in Coventry rath er coldly which he > aerr d. and ent.rHj m. rlo 'kt d bv the n*p* ►*t*tativc-| of ofh. r nations at c. tin He i*. aa h- Mater ir him*-, if. virtual! v •* priaonor it tht Capi tal City of th<* Umpire. 4 This is what might have Seen expected Th- literary and oraierical freaks of Mr. iCiav, while on his way to Kuana—bis li ti’ciilou* letter to the London Times, and hieeharadcriitic speech in Pari.— him a i\pu'<.U'>u in advance of h’* l arrlva., the reverse of that wuieh he expect it to acquire. ’ As uothiog ceuM have b t n more ill-ju Ig td than thefforts, so nothing cmild h ive been riicr*- ad*true to th* interest* *f the government by which he was sent as a r. prcseiitative. and ihi fctull i* that hr has nm his career as a diplomatist, and i* ready to K(urn. < ■ Focititx Suites.—For a long time ; past contrabands have been arriving in ‘ Philadelphia hy diver* way*, from p.’rt> of Virginia, of Delaware and of Maryland. The Philadelphia Press say* ' The latest arrival was that of T need ay night, when thirty-seven negroes came in by wav of Wilmington, from the **Penin ' Mila” of lower Delaware, Maryland and ! Virginia. They arc >ai*i to hav** bcn thv properties of a Mr. D-m:*. in North ampton county. Virginia, and of Mr , Devour •my in die lower p*r: of Maryland, with divers negroes from adjacent estate* ! These patties gated in Somerset i county, and were supplied with pa*es in part by member* id the Fourth Wiscon sin regiment. They passed northward j by the State road, avoiding the large ; towns, and on reaching this city, where ; they were expected, were received and j entertained. Most of them parsed info. the rural districts ot. Wcdncfcduy, whib j others continued northward. The contrabands, when arrived at Wil- j 11; lug tun. w- re much we-.ri**d and in vanl . Th y cam.- •..> IMilLdelphi * thence- in the Ctrs. w • non were in the party, and among them was a girl fourteen years of age. Tht fugitives were received by a body of blacks on their arrival. iilauicb. I On Tuesday last, bv th.' Rev. Mr. Kn- j ders. CHARLES MEDLEY to Mias LOUISA A. ALLSTAN pnr jit—ww* wnrrifm 1 r x 1 pc■ 11—W Dub. At hi* residence in the Factory district oti Saturday, the 1 Orh instant, *J.\MES EDWARD CRANK, in the Mst year of hi* age. At hi* residence, near kronam iwn on Sunday th** 17th ALKXAN* DKK RUSSELL. aged about .*>4 years. On Monday, the 11th inst.. at th* ro*i-} donee of her mother near lemnard Town, j HATTIK. youngest daughter of Harriet | J , und the lute hr. Thomas Matthews, j aged 7 years and 0 month*. I PRODLAMATIOHr STATE OF M ARYLAND. ) Erect rive Chamber. Annapolis, Nov 5, IS6I, \ VN honored custom call* again for a Day of Thanksgiving and Prayer for th*> blearing* vouchsafed fo a* during th** year which is about to pass away. Notwithstanding the evil that hangs over u. we have abundant reason to be thankful for the great gom) with which a merciful God has blesmsd u*. Nature ha* ht.rti steadfast and true She has Imunti fully opened h**r bosom, and the husband- * man has reaped plentifully. There i-1 neither famine nor pestilence in the land. J and. notwithstanding our grievous Nation- , al afflictions, we have abundant cauve | for thanksgiving. While the people arc learning the art of war, let them not forget the arts of | peace ; aud let them devoutly pray that | tbiw great nation may again become a uni j t*d. loyal. ConstLution loving and law ; abiding people ; and that National pros- perify, education and Christianity may pre | vail ev ry where in the land ; not forget ting the kindncfl* due to the afflicted and the charity we owe to the poor Now, therefore, I. Thomas Hollidny Hicks. Governor of Maryland, do appoint THURSDAY, the 2*th duy of NOVEM BER. IN&T . AS A DAY OF THANKS i GIVING AND PRAYER TO AL MIGHTY GOD: And i recommend to the good p opic of the Stale that they ab stain on that day from th< ir ordinary occu pations. and. gathering in the appropriate place* uf worship, that they unite in ex pression* of gratitude to G*>l. and in in voking Hit* aid to restore peace to our distracted country. 1-- | Given under my Land and 1 skal - the Great S* al of the Stale of | ( ) Maryland, this fifih day of N- I veiiibcr, in the year of Our Lord otic ! tboUNand eight hundred and sixty-one. Hy the Governor: TH. 11. HICKS GuaiaoN KicoanßcoifCß. £ . Secretary of Stale. Nov. 21st, 1861—2 t. I N FOR RUettiFF, PHILIP H. DORSEY, thankful to hi* and the | tibiic for the { . u rt ho r crivr'i u• I.l* lute etc- non offers Una.tif os a c oduiute to* bhenti and tolictl* 11.* Toi ! laa feiiuw-ritiaena of Si. Mary’s cuuaiv at Ithe *•* c|f-.rtion. * *' k • aik>, FOR SHElirr. HARRIHON flWdRnB. (# ilie foitn f Mary V Co-n'v a* *' ■* 1 didst* for Bber.J f ***• "** i No*, flat* I*l STOLEN ny *•• in M; Keck. near Town. A,,< ‘ •foy the ISla in-Uet# .• b.*<nl Jv-t* • . m ith flaxui m*** atd •**. •> I|v (Olpl miM •■••• JW'' v * *** t ' *. Ur that ■ *"’"*•. xn^r-n- I thr >••'(> P 1 i(. tie lUii hi :i- I4i. ? a n-r. man. I I'rnni *••• 'for-fi|iH"H. I atn tliel i ! thf p*nv tt t >t**fo the ronrr lr**no mv at* • Tim* n.*pn> 6 •*-*-t b iicnee in height, 1 ..f M dark *-l,en*i color ard Mui > , {*•* He n bbnertf, *' ’ll. nv -,M|.;hv r-h.-H!. .I w fr.'#, but I | -Mini cl Ml:*-** bis >par*m h* beie upp 1 1*. in* a runaway rkrr and probable •t**fo ; 1 man* wi*h n * iew -f reaching VV*-binrto. \ H.'mr one of the F.if. ra! etromprn*nn .'•* Chari*" r'nn*!**. IwW Trier thr above witrd fr the delivery **f the ■nu* l. r c *mpt t.nti > for information Ua , .ir I.* iMBr wUrrabwitK. edwaho nowr.i, LioUiird Town, P. 0. Md. Nov. 21 t. 1891—lf. liim BY MiitlMirity ol lw, I have mi ted aid t:k*n th- loll* wi .g property In .a; ! Staw ml Count i Ta>.c ua \ the **luir* j gts therma. due sue f *r the year 1-61 PltUt FMU PIYiLISH, n*w mvif! by Wii'tam A. P-ranhy, jr., a ,1 a-*•• •• dtoW. \V I.*ix Ana I hereby >e v urli-e, that rn TU V S- D \Y, iin* I7li of I)c-inber n*xt, (if fair, if u*t, tii(t n*xt fair liny tin-real tot) at t,e GKKAT MIhUV HTOKK, in m. r.-.c;,.ty oi.-Urict, Ih-Cw**en the hour* **f Sami 5 oV’*a.i, pui . I v.ill proceed to sell at Public Auction toe ab.*ve named projiorly for cash, to witirfy the State at.d Gunity Taxer and the legal i'harge* ibereuti a above iiienthmad. Gfc-O. M. UOHANAK, ■ CdlWtuf. Sot. 21m. 1861—ts. • ■ *■■ ■ i ■■■—— ——v— mmmm mmtm NOTICE TO TRESPAE&EKS. 4 l.f, peraonr are ?fbr bv fr n **■ tie*pnsMtio Willi d K, nun . r oti*rrvia upon any part uf my ertate cal!e*i “LITTLE HACKLEY,” l*r;ted near tbe m'*;itl) of \Vir**m:eo v't am) a!-*o fr'*n coiomiMin/ d*'pre*l-*tionrf tne aborts of *>) •vtate by gnoi.ti.n <*. „r',tr w io;. Axaioßt nnja and all f< nnd trevparaion alter the pnblieution *d thik n*itii the law will bo rinor**u>ly enhir.e*!. K. M. bUAKKS. . Nr*v. 21*1, 1861—3v'. InotTceT’ ALLtperimna indebted to me for tax*# f*if tbir year trill tniru* orward and >eule th Mme to me, or Ca|t. •). I. .\lbla in thirty day*. If n**t m-ttied In tbiMv ta yt ' ■ ■ *■ -• •**•—*• retoily to collect by UtV. t .. GEO. M BOIIXSAK, Gwl uf 2nd, IMtft. Nov. 21st. I^6l—tf. NOTICE TO CHEDIJOkH. NOTICE la hereby given that the übacfi* her hue obtaiord from the Orphare* Court of Si. Mary *t county in Maryland* Im Lera tee'amentary *>n the pen.o>ui eetar* of John L. .Vlilburn, Sale of ia*4 runmy, 4*- eeaeed. All person* hating claims against tf> said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit O.e saint with the proper vouehe* thereof, to ll.< aitUscnber, on or before the day of Jans, I*o2, utharwive they- may ue excluded by law front all nenefii of she aa:d eslau. 6i*cm •nnier my hand this Slsi day of KovemLei'* 1861. ANN S. MILRURN. fcxa'.uinx. , . How. 2Ut. 1861.—4*v. *" J VOTtCB TO CREDITORS. OTICE is hereby given that the aubaeriber X v hue obtained fr*j(r. ;he Orphan# Court fe si*iiit Mary's countv, in M ry*end. le*te# of admiiiietrntion.oii thejneraonal e*'n:eoi n.bx* II Johnson, Lit* of *aid co., dree reo. All sons having claim* *g*iu*l ih*: said decfo*'**J, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, w.ia me pro|er vouebea to the *i*l*erlh#, on or b. for* the li any of June Ibdd, utherwjie they may it* excluded by Uw from U bautfil -f the said estate. Given sutler my ibis 21 si day of Nov. 1861. david w. rr-KR. Adm.i.s(x*M*t. Nov. 21 t, 1-*6l—4*v. sa® asmyAßi®. RAN away from the subscriber. ft negr.w* HKNHY * -JOHN. Brothers. Henry, who xift aboul /▼ Oct, 14tb, is aVwnit, So years of ago, black comploxi**n. o i fow. stout figure, at. i re.uarft:ibly legged. Ha* a wife at Mr. John C. near I-e n>‘rd Town. John, l.k brother kit ib'Ut Nov. 'Jrd. Ha i* about 21 age, also black, r*tir pro^i ! .ue*t rbM iH-ne*. ia of tall iaw<.- figure, baa a lot* Btds and rather siouching gait. 1 wilt jh*> reward for the appreSsuat / and kJe* neut in jail at Leonard Tcwo, f bo*k. half the sum for either one. F. C. NEALE Npv. tltb. 1841—If. 35® RAN awy fr*xn my swlete in Keck. aiwM j H° negro in to fjf OOLIMBDB. ( He was bonglit Ml u< the *ete Nr*. Ofodck eed bee • ari*e lvi..g at **- Georpe Tarßmi •<4 Peer am Lm riieg heed • < Curfodd’s creek. Mr ar|kh afoefoktM*- hm lurking. He eeaefe e Mt4K kat 9 cnocolate (VMnplexhMi, and abet 99 feera of age. I will give the abuse rw ard for bb p* preheiti>.u and delivery l*> me or for bta lincioent iu the county jail, Leonard T* u n JO. U. UAEDOX. i btipt idiu, Uwb—it

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