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The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Runaway.--
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Mayor's Court --The young man charged with swindling Wm. H. Burton out of twenty dollars was further examined yesterday and commended for trial. His name is John C. Dawson, and he claims to have enlisted very recently in an artillery company. George Brown, charged with cutting Francis Castighone with a knife, was required to give surety in $150 for his good behavior — from widen we inter that the cutting didn't amount to much. Terrence Cassiday, charged with interfering with military discipline at the Government prisons, was hold to bail to keep the peace. Edward Redden and Catharine Keys, charged with stealing three sticks of wood from the Confederate States wood pile, were locked up for the present, and meanwhile will be in in the of the Ten Commandments. Antone Baker was fined $15 for selling liquor on Sunday; and several small violations of law, human and divine, were continued for further investigation.
The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], [from the
Selma ( ) Reporter, Ala Sept. 24th, 1861.] statement of the(search) Fourth Alabama regiment, Vindicating . Capt. Dawson
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