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The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Prison Items, --The following persons have been looked up in the military prison of the Eastern District since Saturday, for the offences set opposite their names, vin: Charles H. Palmer and James Smith, of the Montgomery Artillery, robbery; Wm. M. Miller, deserting from Camp Lee; Wilson Coots, deserting from 15th Virginia cavalry; William C. Fleshman, of Bossioux's Guard, charged with aiding the escape of prisoners; Caleb Austin and A. S. Martin, 20th Virginia battalion, on suspicion of aiding prisoners to escape; A. S. Doggett, 20th Georgia regiment, trying to get South without a passport; George Galligan and James McDonald, were received from the cage yesterday, having been arrested by the city watch for drunkenness Saturday night.
Co. E, 13th Va., desertion, barrel jacket, with deserter on it, for two hours each day for one month, and forfeit pay for six; private R. W. Lee, Co. I, 22d N. C., desertion, barrel jacket two hours per day for one month, hard labor, ball and chain, for another, and extra duty for a third, with pay, &c., forfeited for same period; private E. H. Land, Co. I, 22d N. C., desertion, barrel jacket two hours per day for two months, forfeit pay for do, and receive 50 lashes on his bare back; private Caleb Austin, 10th Va. Bat'n, conniving at the escape of prisoners under his charge, to the prejudice of good order and military discipline, hard labor, ball and chain, for one year, with forfeiture of pay, and to be drummed out of the service at the end of said year; Mrs. Mary Stephens, citizen, selling liquor, fined $100, and liquor confiscated; private James Champion, Bossieux's company, neglect of duty, forfeiture of pay and extra duty for one month; private Harrison Ball, 26th Va. regiment, d