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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 2 0 Browse Search
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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
m, 580 Barker, J. B., 10 Barker, J. H., 205 Barker, J. K., 10 Barker, J. V., 580 Barker, O. A., 241 Barker, O. B., 580 Barker, Stephen, 393 Barker, Stephen, Mrs., 599 Barker, T. L., 205 Barlow, C. B., 10 Barlow, E. E., 399 Barnard, B. F., 241 Barnard, C. E., 241 Barnard, G. A., 10 Barnard, G. M., Jr., 205, 241, 504 Barnard, J. G., 168, 399, 505, 619 Barnard, J. M., 241 Barnefield, T. P., 241 Barnes, Asa, 485 Barnes, G. F., 241 Barnes, G. L., 241 Barnes, H. E., 10 Barnes, Hiram, Mrs., 580 Barnes, J. A., 160 Barnes, J. G., 241 Barnes, J. H., 205 Barnes, J. O., 10 Barnes, James, 169, 205, 399, 505 Barnes, W. B., 10 Barnett, Jacob, 10 Barnett, Washington, 10 Barney, B. G., 169, 399, 458, 505 Barney, C. S., 10 Barney, M. V., 241 Barnicoat, E. W., 10 Barr, R. G., 241 Barr, T. F., 399, 505 Barrett, Addison, 399, 505 Barrett, Alexander, 241 Barrett, G. H., 206 Barrett, G. V., 241 Barrett, L. P., 241 Barrett, N. J., 241 Barrett, Richard, 241 Barre
ons while indulging in golden mental fancies, produced by an overdose of anti-medicinal fluid: but his Honor gave him liberty to depart. James Sullivan and James Hogan, while on a bit of a spree, essayed to make the feathers fly from Lewis Gander, for which amusement they were committed to jail. James H. Gales was charged with stealing a revolver from Charles L. Martin: but his innocence having been established to the satisfaction of the Court, he was released from custody. Hiram Barnes appeared to answer an accusation of violating the chief article in the constitution of the Sons of Temperance, by which he was made to assume a false balance, but received no further punishment than the usual reprimand. Mary Vanderlip, for some cause to us unknown, fired a pistol at the partner of her joys and sorrows, for which offence against the peace and dignity of the domestic sanctuary, as well as that of the Commonwealth, the Mayor imposed a fine of $5. The public might deem i
milton, who wears the garb of a soldier, was discharged from custody. Lawrence H. Kelly, another gray jacket, who claimed to belong to the Fourth Louisiana Battalion, was arraigned for taking a dollar note from a lad named Henry W. Shaw, at Stecker's store, and striking Mrs. Stecker on the head with his musket. The prisoner had been drinking most copiously; but as one crime is no apology for another, the Mayor committed him to jail in default of $150 security to keep the peace. Hiram Barnes, (gray jacket No. 3,) who claims to be a man of great wealth, and to hail from Stokes county, N. C., has of late devoted his entire attention to bar practice, and has four times been taken into custody for exceeding the rules of professional decorum, by reeling to and fro like a drunken man in the thoroughfares of the Southern capital. The Mayor's patience having become exhausted by these repeated violations of moral and civil law, could no more extend the hand of clemency, and on yester