Statistics for occurrence #1 of “D. F. Booth” in article pos=20 of The Daily Dispatch: July 24, 1862., [Electronic resource]:
...TR/xhtml1/strict"> --T. Dudley, Jr., liquor merchant, charged with taking the oath to be obedient to the Constitution of the United States, (during McClellan's visit to the Chickahominy,) and D. F. Booth , charged with selling liquor in Richmond contrary to the proclamation of martial law, have both been released on parole. They were confined in Castle Godwin....
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