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The Daily Dispatch: January 8, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
y, 4th Corporal George W. Rooker, Private Major D. Harriss, Daniel T. Hicks, Private Benjamin G. Ingram, Francis M. Johnston, Richard Lynch, Norman G. Morriss, Wm. E. Webb. Co. B. 1st Sergeant Julius L. Shoup, Private Clements M. Allred, Private Charles L. Lines. Co. C. 2d Sergeant John W. Turner, 3d Sergeant James A. Smart, 4th Sergeant Peter F. Morton, 1st Corporal Alexander B. Morton, 2d Corporal John B. Waddill, 3d Corporal John C. Dumas, Private Hiram Baldwin, James J. Billingsly, John Bowman, William H. Brower, Hezekiah B. Carpenter, John J. Dunlap, Hampton B. Hammond, Neal Lammond, Private William P. Leak, Charles M. Liles, Edward A. McKaskell, James A. McKaskell, John J. McLendon, Benjamin F. Medley, Alexander S. Morrison, Thomas W. Morrison, George A. Morton, William H. Saunders, James L. Smith, Caswell Stallings, William H. Wadkins, Seth A. Williams. Co. D. 2d Sergeant Andrew J. Gamble, 4th Sergeant
from Louisville, had on board four prisoners from Warsaw, in charge of a guard of twelve men belonging to the 20th Ohio. Their names are: John J. Marshall, son of the Falstaffian Humphrey; Lorenzo Graves, Judge of the County Court at Warsaw; Hiram Baldwin, Clerk of said Court; and Dr. A. B. Chambers, a member of the State Legislature. The latter gentleman was peculiarly rampant in beholding the "invasion" of the sacred soil of Warsaw by Col. Whittlesey's command. He threatened to burn the town in case it was not immediately evacuated by the "Lincoln hirelings." Mr. Baldwin, on hearing that he was about to be placed in military custody, betook himself to bed. He locked every door of his house, and vainly sought to escape discovery by secreting himself between two mattresses. The secession quartette was dispatched to Camp Chase under an efficient guard. Reports from Washington. A Washington correspondent, of the 29th ult., writes: Judge Army, of Kansas, the Indian a