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The Daily Dispatch: March 5, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ving in the Confederate army, and others for being engaged in smuggling goods through the lines. The following are the names of the parties and the charges preferred against them: Meredith Gilmor, of Baltimore county, upon suspicion of having been to the Confederate army; R. M. McVeigh, a smuggler, of Londona county, Va., attempting to get to Baltimore — had $1,900 in Southern money in the lining of his coat; John Campbell, a smuggler, of Middleburg Va., with $800 in Southern bank bills; Marcus Barr, smuggler, of Wilmington, N. C., with $000 in southern bank notes; Isaac Gottsuhelmer, of Richmond, with seven bonds and other made, making an aggregate of $ Henry Gottsuhelmer, with $560. Harman Heist, smuggler, with $454. 35; David Hulster, smuggler, with $1,500; Julius Levy, smuggler, with $320; Francis Mannent with jewelry and other articles, trying to smuggle them through. These parties were carried to Baltimore on the 24th, and the money was delivered to Gen. Schenck. The fol